NeoBurr carbides from Microcopy are engineered to cut effectively with greater blade contact on the tooth surface for a fast, smooth, vibration-free performance.
Manufactured using the latest state-ofthe- art equipment, each bur is produced from quality materials of fine grain tungsten carbide and hardened stainless steel. These burs feature Single-Piece construction of the most popular shapes of NeoBurr for additional strength.
Application of Injection Overmolding Process to Restore Fractured Tooth
A 96-year-old male patient presented for repair of a broken tooth on his upper removable partial denture (Figure 1). On examination, we determined that he had not broken a tooth off his appliance, but had instead broken one of his natural teeth, tooth No. 7 (Figure 2). He stated he was eating when it broke off. We discussed the possible treatment options, which included removal of the tooth and adding to the existing appliance. Other options included rebuilding the tooth structure, and of course, no treatment at all. The patient asked if it were possible to restore the tooth, and...Read More
Applying Microcopy’s NeoBurr 557^2 in your practice
This new blended neck design is described as the new definition of strength. You see it all too often. You’re in the middle of a complex restorative case and your 557 carbide bur breaks. It’s common and it happens all the time. Well, now you can put that frustration aside by using the new 5572 carbide bur from Microcopy. The 5572 easily lives up to its reputation of being the strongest carbide bur on the market today. Click here to download the Full Tech Brief ...Read More
This Small Polisher Makes a Big Impact
Small, smooth and agile—that describes the composite polisher from Microcopy , which is aptly named ...Read More
Score a Perfect 10 With This Pair
The finishing and polishing portion of a restoration may not be the most important elements of a...Read More
11 Days Left to Make a Difference in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Microcopy ’s “Pink to Make You Think” campaign continues through December 31. Since 2014, Microcopy has offered...Read More