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You don't have to go under the knife. Micromotor dental handpieces are gentle on your teeth and provide excellent control when working on hard-to-reach areas. Micro motors are used in many areas of modern dentistry, including prosthodontics (crowns), orthodontics (braces) and endodontics (root canal).Shop now
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The rotary instruments are a high-speed tool used in the dental laboratory workplace. The most commonly used high-speed device is the dental micro motor. It's an electricity-driven instrument for cutting and finishing purposes. The accuracy and efficacy of dental micro motor are its speed and pressure working. The rate of the dental micro motor is the revolution per minute, and it's divided based on high, medium, or slow speed. For a constant application of pressure on the surface, the force should be equal and consistent.
The most desirable quality of dental micro motor should be its less heat production. The low-quality instruments dissipate more heat reduce the speed and working quality of the dental micro motor.
The rotary instruments or dental micro motor has three essential components in the design.
It's the link between the working bur and motor. The working handpiece of the dental micro motor has a straight angled shank with the bur. The bur designs vary according to use.
The motor is the electricity source for the dental micro motor. It is connected with the handpiece with the help of a wire. Some dental micromotors are also wireless that can operate efficiently.
The footpad prevents cross-contamination and avoids hand contact with the motor during working and patient trials. The pressure on the foot wrong operates the micro motor. The foot bad also helps to use the micromotor without engaging the hands.