|Dental Diamond Bur
|For Dental High Speed Handpiece
|Blister Packing, 5pcs/pack
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Dental consumables high speed air turbine handpiece FG diamond bur
A dental FG (Friction Grip) diamond bur is a specialized dental instrument used for cutting and shaping hard dental tissues such as enamel, dentin, or composite materials. FG refers to the type of shank used to attach the bur to a dental handpiece.
It's important to note that specific features and characteristics of dental FG diamond burs may vary based on the manufacturer and intended application. Dentists and dental professionals should select the appropriate FG diamond bur based on the specific procedure, tooth structure, and desired outcome.
1.Diamond Coating: FG diamond burs have a thin layer of industrial-grade diamond particles attached to the working surface. Diamond is one of the hardest known substances, making it ideal for efficient and precise cutting of dental materials.
2.Friction Grip (FG) Shank: The FG shank is a standardized type of attachment used to connect the bur to a dental handpiece. It relies on friction between the shank and the handpiece's chuck to securely hold the bur in place during rotation.
3.Shape and Size: Dental FG diamond burs come in various shapes and sizes to accommodate different dental procedures. Common shapes include round, cylindrical, tapered, flame, and wheel. The size of the bur is typically indicated by a number, with smaller numbers representing smaller sizes.
4.Grit Size: The diamond particles on the bur's working surface come in different grit sizes, which determine the coarseness or fineness of the cutting surface. Coarser grits (e.g., 40 or 60) are used for rapid material removal, while finer grits (e.g., 150 or 200) provide a smoother finish.
5.Application: FG diamond burs are used in a variety of dental procedures, including cavity preparation, crown and bridge preparation, removal of old restorations, shaping of composite fillings, and adjusting prosthetic restorations.
6.Cooling and Lubrication: During use, the diamond bur generates heat. To prevent overheating and damage to the tooth structure, water spray or air-water spray from the dental handpiece is often used to provide cooling and lubrication.
7.Sterilization: FG diamond burs are designed to withstand sterilization procedures to maintain proper infection control. They can be autoclaved or subjected to other approved methods of sterilization.
8.Disposal: Diamond burs have a limited lifespan due to wear and loss of cutting efficiency. Once a bur becomes dull or worn, it should be replaced to ensure optimal cutting performance and minimize the risk of heat generation or damage to dental tissues.
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