Dental handpieces

The “Dental instruments” category consists of information about such dental devices as dental handpieces.

Dental handpieces category will be useful for distributors and customers of this particular dental medical equipment from all over the world as this category gather dental handpieces from manufacturers all over the world, which produce such dental instruments.

A dental hand piece, also cold a dental drill, is a handheld dentist‘s instrument used to remove dental decay before filling it up. Dental handpieces can be air or electrically driven and used for a tooth preparation to receive a restoration or to contour, clean, polish or restoration of a tooth.

There are the following types of dental handpieces:

- Electric Dental handpieces (use an internal motor instead of a turbine)

- Electric Surgical handpieces

- Highspeeded Air-Driven handpieces

- Lowspeed Air-Driven handpieces

- Dental Laboratory handpieces (have a pedal, which ramps the speed up and down)

- Air-Driven Surgical handpieces (use compressed air for work)

- Portable handpiece systems

- Hygiene handpieces

There are several categories of handpiece components:

1) Electric motors

2) Air turbines

3) Handpiece swivels

4) Handpiece attachments

Dentists, specialists, lab technicians and hygienists use dental handpieces in their practice.

Anyone can choose needed dental handpieces in our catalogue from the best companies in the dental market. Manufacturers from our online database provide innovative, efficient dental instruments and devices.

In our online database suppliers from any region can find required dental handpieces for their clients. Distributors of such medical equipment for dental instruments can use our database of medical devices to establish contacts with manufacturers of needed devices.

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