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Wheel Diamond Stones RA Low Speed Dental Clinic Burs for Wholesale

Wheel Diamond Stones RA Low Speed Dental Clinic Burs for Wholesale

Product Description:

The diamond stone is excellent for grinding and finishing of all-ceramic, zirconia, old crowns, amalgam or other metals. The diamond impregnated stones are great for quickly creating a high shine mirror result. These diamond stones allow you to prepare, and adjust restoration quickly, efficiently, and precisely. They are also suitable for use in oral to adjust and finish all-ceramic, zirconia teeth.

  • Purpose: These stones are designed for cutting, shaping, grinding, and polishing dental materials with precision.
  • Material: Made of diamond particles embedded in the stone, they offer durability and efficient performance.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications including tooth preparation, contouring, finishing, and polishing restorations.
  • Speed Compatibility: Can be used at both high and low speeds depending on the specific procedure requirements.

How to Use Diamond Stones:

  • Selection: Choose the appropriate diamond stone based on the procedure requirements and material being worked on.
  • Speed Setting: It is advised to operate the handpiece at speeds below 15,000 rpm for best results (high speed for cutting, low speed for polishing).
  • Light Pressure: Apply gentle pressure during use to prevent damage to tooth structures or restorations.
  • Cooling: Ensure adequate water or air cooling during procedures to prevent overheating of the diamond stone and surrounding tissues.
  • Cleaning and Maintenance: Regularly clean and sterilize the diamond stones after each use to maintain hygiene and performance.

Tips:

  • Avoid Excessive Pressure: Applying too much pressure can lead to overheating and damage.
  • Proper Cooling: Ensure sufficient cooling to prevent thermal damage during procedures.
  • Regular Inspection: Check the condition of the diamond stones before each use to ensure they are in good working order.