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A dental electric motor is a device used in dentistry to power various dental handpieces and instruments. It provides rotational power and control for procedures such as drilling, cutting, polishing, and other dental treatments.
Power source: Unlike air-driven handpieces that rely on compressed air, a dental electric motor is powered by electricity. It is typically connected to a dental unit or a standalone control unit that provides the necessary power supply.
Speed and torque control: Dental electric motors offer precise control over speed and torque settings. Dentists can adjust the rotational speed and cutting power according to the specific procedure and instrument being used. This control allows for greater accuracy and customization during dental treatments.
Multiple handpiece compatibility: Dental electric motors are designed to work with various types of handpieces, including high-speed, low-speed, and specialty handpieces. This versatility enables dentists to use a wide range of instruments for different procedures.
LED display and controls: Electric motors often feature an LED display that shows the current speed and other settings. They also have intuitive controls, such as buttons or a touchscreen interface, for easy adjustment of parameters during treatment.
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