All Ceramic Preparation Kit

Overview

The All Ceramic Preparation kit is specially created with an exclusive range of diamond burs for simple, efficient and accurate tooth preparation for full-ceramic, inlay/onlay and veneer restorations.

FeaturesPackaging
  • A careful selection of a total of 17 burs for speedy, simple and accurate all-ceramic preparation work.
  • 2 specially designed depth cutting burs to achieve precise depth orientation grooves for accurate labial reduction during crown and veneer preparation.
  • Sequenced grades of 2 grits.
    Regular:(no marking on the shank) Super-Fine:(yellow band on the shank)
  • All 17 burs are placed in a hygienically organized bur stand for convenient storage and easy replacement.
  • The special selection of 17 burs are created for clinical application in:
    896,897: Specially designed burs for the preparation of depth orientation grooves.896- 0.5mm depth for all ceramic laminate veneer preparation

    897- 1.0mm depth for anterior tooth, all ceramic crown preparation

    0836, 836V:
    Designed to prepare the anterior tooth, buccal surface of upper and lower pre-molar or cervical area on the lingual surface. Use 1/2 – 2/3 of the diameter
    Head length 9mm, diameter 1.3mm with tapered angle of 4°

    0839, 839V: Designed to prepare buccal and lingual surfaces of upper and lower molar teeth.
    For cervical area use 2/3 of the diameter
    Head length 9mm, diameter 1.5mm with tapered angle of 20°

    0893, 893V: Designed for cutting upper / lower anterior tooth on lingual surface (to maintain occlusal space) and lower pre-molar on occlusal area.
    Head length 4.9mm

    0899, 899V: Designed to reduce an upper pre-molar and the occlusal surface of an upper/ lower molar to maintain the occlusal space.
    Tapered 20° angle

    808V: Use this diamond bur after the preparation is finished to eliminate the free enamel in the cervical area. Use a lower speed to avoid chipping the enamel.
    Head length 8mm

    0833, 833V: Designed to slice cut at the interproximal surface or box preparation at the interproximal surface of class II inlay restoration. Use ½ the diameter, except when preparing the lingual cervical area of a lower anterior tooth use 2/3 the diameter
    Head length 9mm, diameter 1.1mm (at the top of working part) with tapered 4° angle

    0825, 825V,0826, 826V: Designed to prepare the occlusal box-form of an upper / lower pre-molar and molar

    0826, 826V: Used for occlusal box-form for upper and lower molar
    Head length 3.5mm, diameter 1.5mm and 2mm with tapered 20° angle

  • Maximum recommended speed for the burs:
    Less than 300,000 rpm: 0825, 0833, 0836, 0839, 0896, 808V, 825V, 833V, 825V, 893V
    Less than 160,000 rpm: 0826, 0893, 826V, 893V
    Less than 120,000 rpm: 0897, 0899, 899V
    Recommended load: 0-0.8 N

The Kit [PN 0955] Contains:
17pcs of Diamond Points FG in 2 different grits (Regular & Superfine)

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