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Dental piezo surgery is an improved method of removing tooth structure or hard tissue to prepare for an implant. It ultrasonically removes the hard tissue that is no longer needed, without placing much stress on the bone or patient. Special Piezo tips are used on the handpiece, which enables a saline solution to internally run through it to keep the tooth cool and protect the piezo tip.

Evidence of the earliest dental implant efforts was discovered in the Mayan civilization, dating back to 600 A.D. Archeologists have since then found ancient skulls in which teeth were carved from materials such as jade and fragments of seashell. Thankfully, we’ve come a long way since then, and the art of implants is supported now by dynamic technology and equipment.

Electric dental handpieces come in a range of shapes and sizes, and have a variety of different uses. The main use of dental handpieces takes place in dental laboratories, but many dentists need them in their practice too. Typically, they are used for trimming and polishing porcelain and other dental restorative materials such as composites, metal, and dentures. One type often used is an implant handpiece, which is used for placing dental implants slowly and accurately.

Root canal therapy is a procedure some dental practices offer, and the way in which it is done has advanced significantly over the past two decades. This is partly a result of the changes in methodology, but can also be attributed to the latest technological discoveries. Equipment used in root canal procedures includes the endo handpiece, which allows the dentist to use an automatic motor instead of a manual approach.

Dental implant motors are vitally important for any dental practitioner who offers implant placement services. They deliver very high torque levels while running at low speeds, which compares favorably to most air-driven handpieces that run fast but have less torque at lower speeds.

It’s vitally important for dental practitioners to provide the best quality care possible for their patients. In the case of dental implantology and other oral surgical procedures, this means using the highest precision equipment available to ensure the safety and comfort of the patient. The Traus SIP10 non-optic set, which includes the implant handpiece and motor, delivers the quality you need along with an impressive array of features designed for the dental practicianer.

Dental implants are one of the most profitable options available to practitioners, as well as an important offering for their patients. The replacement of missing teeth using implants enables you to give your patients a new level of confidence, while improving their overall health and well being through the ability to eat and chew.