Handpieces

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High-Speed Handpieces (air-driven)(96)
Low-Speed Handpieces (air-driven)(51)
Electric Handpieces(58)
Air-Driven Handpieces(53)
Handpiece Accessories(179)
Prophy Handpieces(12)
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AG Neovo
Brasseler Usa
Dentsply Sirona - Midwest
Henry Schein
J. Morita Usa
Johnson-Promident
Kavo Dental
Kavo Kerr Group
Lares Dental Research
Medidenta
MTI Dental Products
National Dentex
Osada, Incorporated
Pac-Dent International, Inc.
Preventive Technologies Inc.
Pro-Dex, Inc.
Sabra Dental Products
Scican Inc.
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Smartmatic Series Low Speed Handpiece

Smartmatic Series Low Speed Handpiece

Kavo Kerr Group

KaVo’s SMARTmatic has special features that are designed with these guidelines in mind:•Stainless steel construction that will not rust• One-piece handpiece sleeve with no gaps or edges• Ball...

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The use of a carbide insert, high concentricity, and balance while the ergonomic and light Prime-Grip provides safe and efficient...
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The Meditorque I's short, lightweight, feel allows for excellent balance, grip, and sensitivity for precise control while its durability...
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KaVo safety fast-action chuck: all KaVo INTRA heads may be easily removed from the shank and exchanged, depending on the indications....
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With 360° swiveling and weighing only 4.5 oz, it is ideal for the hygienist, but is also applicable for any clinical low-speed procedure....
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Motors and straight handpieces are available with an optional swivel adapter for reduced hand fatigue or in a standard 4-hole configuration.
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Manufactured in the US, these handpieces will withstand years of operatory and laboratory use. Lube-free handpieces help to save time and...
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The Lynx Pro-5 hightorque, low-speed handpiece is perfectly balanced to reduce hand and arm fatigue, with a fixed forward rotation of...
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The LS Series offers a variety of head and gear reduction angles, providing you with the perfect fit for your low speed procedural needs....
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The 1:1 straight attachment is suited for extraoral adjustments, soft relines intended for chair-side adjustments, and light lab work.
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The Alegra WE-56LEDG is a lighted lowspeed attachment that is ideal for all finishing needs. Whatever the procedure, there's a proven...
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Available in 20K or 5K rpm, these handpieces offer equal speeds, forward and reverse. The Classic E-Type Air Motor is compatible with all...
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This ergonomically designed handpiece provides effortless operation as well as a quiet, sleek design. The Hygienist Plus has a 360-degree...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    As most dentists know, all low-speed handpieces and motors should be cleaned and autoclaved after each patient. That’s according to the CDC, whose guidelines state: “Dental handpieces and associated attachments, including low-speed motors and reusable prophylaxis angles, should always be heat sterilized between patients...Although these devices...

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  • Allison Walker

    Most dental tools and equipment cost a pretty penny—they are no small investment. Which is why a company such as Wise Dental Repair is critical to your bottom line. Wise has specialized in repairing and reconditioning dental handpieces and other equipment for more than 20 years. Located not far from Akron, Ohio, Wise Dental Repair has a solid...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A “gray area” is an area or topic that is not clearly defined. What IS clearly defined, however, is that gray market dental products are swooping the industry, and dentists and their patients need to avoid purchasing or using these potentially unsafe products. Patterson Dental is working diligently to educate dentists on how to identify gray...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Dental Product Shopper recently spoke with Dr. Nancy Duque, who has a practice in San Antonio, TX (http://tuscanydentalcare.com/). Dr. Duque graduated from the University of Michigan in 1986, and she has a lot of experience with whitening products. She tells us why she switched to KöR Whitening 4 years ago and why she continues to rely on it...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Under the heading of “You learn something new every day,” I just learned that magnets can be used to hold dentures in place. They don’t require a specific path of insertion, making it easier for people with limited dexterity to insert their dentures. In addition, they don’t require abutment parallelism, soft-tissue undercuts can be engaged, and...

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  • Julie Cullen

    When Dentsply Sirona designed the Midwest Stylus Plus air-driven handpiece, they made sure to give users more power and more control. But you’ll also get a little less of something. Less noise. When we talk about more power, which is the result of a new rotor design and air flow optimization, we’re talking 30% more than earlier generations of...

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