Burs

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  • ADC Burs & Kit

    ADC Burs & Kit

    The Australian Dental council (ADC) exams bur kit has been specifically designed for the ADC bench test.

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

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    • US$69
  • Dental Contact breaking Interproximal Orthodontic Strip Saw

    Dental Contact breaking Interproximal IPR Orthodontic Strip Saw

    It enables achieving ideal proximal contact of indirect restorations - Seating of crowns & Accurate occlusion. Interdental cutting or sanding blade move in rocking motion within inter-proximal space with gentle pressure against the excess to be removed. Removes excess resins, Adhesive Cement & amalgam. Sanding blade provided for further finishing. Blades replaceable ensure predictable results.

    The Contact strip saw hack-saw frame has been designed to remove the excesses of composites, adhesives, cement and amalgams from proximal regions and overhangs.

    Also indicated for Inlay and Onlay procedures and laminated veneers. Easy and safe way to remove surplus materials without damaging the contact points.

    Main Benefits: Saw blade removes excesses of any type of filling materials from the interproximal areas, without breaking the contact point since its thickness is only 0.05 mm.

    The Diamond strips allow to perform the stripping in orthodontic procedures; Easy and safe handling; All components are autoclavable and reusable.

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    • US$22.50
  • Microdont Stainless Steel Diamond coated Abrasive Polishing strip

    Microdont Stainless Steel Diamond coated Abrasive Polishing strip

    10.350.021 - Width: 2.5 mm - Length: 150 mm - Grit Size: Fine - Package:  6 per pack

    10.309.006 - Width: 4 mm - Length: 150 mm - Grit: Medium - Package: 6 per pack.

    10.304.005 - Width:4 mm - Length: 150 mm - Grit: Medium - Package: 12 per pack.

    Dental Abrasive Stainless Steel Abrasive strips. Similar to stainless steel strips with regular abrasive, they provide easy interproximal access due to the central saw, in a safe and efficient way.

    70.2004.529.47

     

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    • US$15.30
  • Compo-Strip – 60μ, For Orthodontic Reproximation
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    Compo-Strip – 60μ, For Orthodontic Reproximation

    Compo-Strip – 60μ, For Orthodontic Reproximation

    • Diamond Dental Finishing Strips for use on Enamel, Composite, and Porcelain. 
    • Simultaneously strip away enamel from adjacent proximal surfaces.
    • Flexible, Double-sided with Safe Center.
    • 5mm width, 150mm long. Autoclavable. 3 pcs per pack.
    • Abrasive Technology USA. Made in Canada.
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    • US$18.60
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  • Dental Crown Cutting Burs Kit - Coltene Diatech Swiss

    Dental Crown Cutting Burs Kit - Coltene Diatech Swiss

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

     

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    • US$49.99
  • Crown & Bridge Preparation Bur Kit

    Crown & Bridge Preparation Bur Kit

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

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    • US$25
    Only 1 left in stock
  • Dental Crown Prep Bur Kit FG / CA

    Dental Crown Prep Bur Kit FG or CA Type

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision. 

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

    The Dental crown preparation bur kit consists of burs most often required for crown cutting and preparations. It comes in a kit for Fast Turbine Handpiece Friction Grip FG which can operate at a speed of 300,000 RPM. And kits for Slow Hand Piece Contra Angle CA type, which can operate at a speed of 25~35,000 RPM.

    The RA / CA kit contains a set of 12 assorted burs, while the Fast Turbine Friction Grip FG Set contains a set of 10 assorted Burs.

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    • US$16
  • Two Striper Diamond Dental Burs from Abrasive Technology USA

    Original Two Striper Diamond Dental Burs from Abrasive Technology USA.

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

    TWO STRIPER DIAMOND BUR
    FASTER CUTTING • SMOOTHER GRINDING • LONGER LASTING • NATURAL, VIRGIN DIAMOND
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    • US$8.10
  • Dental Diamond FG high speed bur

    Dental Diamond FG high-speed burs

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

     

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    • US$1.80
  • Dental FG Carbide high speed bur

    Dental FG carbide high-speed burs

    Carbide burs are made of tungsten carbide, a material that is 3 times stiffer than steel. Because it is such a hard material it is able to maintain sharpness, making it an effective cutting tool. Much like diamond burs, carbide burs are available in a variance of shapes. The cuts made in the head of the bur make them effective cutting instruments as there is very little build up in debris.

    Carbide burs cut and chip away the tooth structure rather than grinding as diamond burs do, this leaves a much smoother finish than diamond burs. Carbide burs are better handling for removing metal based restorations, they are also effective for trimming and finishing macro-filled and hybrid composites. Carbide burs are most commonly available as a friction grip shank.

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    • US$1.80
  • Microdont Dental Carbide / Diamond Bur FG

    Microdont Dental Carbide / Diamond Bur FG

    Diamond burs are generally used for reducing tooth structures to place crowns or porcelain veneers. Diamonds may also be used to smooth, refine, and polish composite or porcelain material. The grinding motion of a diamond bur leaves a rough surface. They are needed when a cut requires extreme precision.

    Diamond is the hardest of all known materials. When bonded to stainless steel through a special metallurgical process, it can be used to create a cutting edge with superior cutting ability and durability.

     

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    • US$12
  • Microdont Bur Block - HP

    Microdont Bur Block - HP 

    Aluminum Bur Blocks

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    • US$9
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  • Zirc 22-Hole Steri-Bur Guard

    Zirc 22-Hole Steri-Bur Guard

    • Protects bur from being damaged during ultrasonic cleaning and sterilization
    • Fits latch, friction grip and HP burs
    • Adjustable height for multiple length burs
    • Drain holes on the bottom of the bur guard help prevent rusting on the burs
    • One short bur adapter comes with one bur guard which enables long and short burs to be used in the same bur guard
    • Dimensions: 4-7/8" x 7/16" x 1-1/2"
    • Autoclavable up to 136°C/275°F
    • Washer-disinfect
    • Contains Antimicrobial Protection
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    • US$16