Carbides and Diamonds

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Carbides & Diamonds Rotary Instruments CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Rotary instruments are essential for shaping and cutting back teeth for the placement of crowns and bridges. Diamonds and carbides are the most prominent types of rotary instruments.

As the hardest material on earth, diamonds are used to create burs that are capable of shaving teeth in order to place crowns and veneers and smooth down composite materials. These instruments, then, must enable dental practitioners to finish these common procedures with accurate precision. The most effective and advanced diamond instruments on the market are durable and come in several different shapes and sizes. In addition, they offer a variety of grit sizes ranging from super coarse, which is used for trimming down teeth, to super fine, which is used most often for polishing.

Carbide rotary instruments, on the other hand, are made of tungsten carbide and are used for cutting. Like the diamond bur, the carbide bur comes in a variety of shapes and sizes; however, these tools are used more frequently for sharp cutting or trimming and tend to leave a smoother surface than a diamond bur. They can also be re-sharpened, which increases the product’s longevity.

Both diamond and carbide burs are useful when it comes to removing tooth material and replacing it with artificial material. The best instruments often have coating and advanced cutting technology, create less vibration, and require less pressure to cut, making them easier to use and providing more comfort for the patient being worked on. The best brands on the market offer a wide range of shapes, sizes, and grits, providing dentists with longer-lasting tools capable of every possible function needed for their most common procedures.

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The Unimatrix Bonding process minimizes clogging because of a uniform position of diamonds, providing more exposed diamond surfaces on...
The CeraBur K1SM eliminates the use of explorers and spoons for evaluating decay removal. Burs are available in 4 sizes: 010, 014, 018, ...
Diatech diamonds are multiple layered in an exclusive manufacturing process using the most advanced technology. Multiple layered diamonds...
Optimum Diamond Burs offer clinicians multi-use, friction-grip bur designed to cut cooler and faster with maximum precision and minimum...
The FG Finishers are for trimming and finishing all types of restorative materials, in both the anterior and posterior regions. Shofu...
Zirconia’s strength, durability, and outstanding esthetic appearance make it a popular ceramic material for creating crowns and bridges;...
NeoDiamond from Microcopy is a premium-quality, economical bur. Although the burs can be sterilized and reused like expensive competitive...
Brasseler USA’s Peter Brasseler Series Diamonds feature an exclusive Peak Performance Quotient to ensure the ideal balance of cutting...
GROOVY Diamond Polishing Brushes from Clinician’s Choice are diamond-impregnated bristle brushes that create an ultra-high shine by...
Evenly placed crystals in a uniform matrix are fused to a surgical-grade stainless steel shank. Natural, virgin diamond crystals on Two...
The SS White Diamond line includes selections that range from single-patient use dental diamonds to premium quality, multi-use diamonds....
Carbide Bur Golden Sharpies’ computer-designed flutes enable superior cutting ability while eliminating chatter and vibration. Because...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Just about everyone loves zirconia crowns—and that includes dentists and patients. They’re strong and esthetic, making them the answer in a lot of restorative situations. Unfortunately, zirconia isn’t the easiest material to work with. If you’re not careful, you can end up with a microfracture if you try to adjust a crown that doesn’t seat...

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  • Marie

    When it comes to burs, you may have a preference for diamond or carbide, and may exclusively use one or the other. But you don’t need to choose between them—both have their time and place to produce the results you need. While for some dentists, the choice is based on personal preference, for others, it’s a matter of having always used one or...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    You might be familiar with Microcopy Dental because of their popular NeoDiamond product line, which has bragging rights as America’s #1 selling diamond. But did you know that Microcopy’s NeoBurr and NeoDrys are both Dental Product Shopper ‘Best Products’? And many of their other non-diamond products have earned respectable awards in the...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Don’t let the name fool you, Strauss Diamond Instruments has a full line of products to assist you with all of your restorative procedures. In addition to a large selection of diamond burs and carbide burs, Strauss offers discs, finishing strips, interproximal instruments, polishers, and more. Strauss Diamond Instruments is the American division...

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  • Allison Walker

    As the end of the year draws closer, you may be taking stock of how the past 12 months went for your practice: what worked and what didn’t, what needs to be replaced or upgraded, and how you’re going to make 2017 even better from every angle, delivery of care to the bottom line. This is a good time to look at the condition of your equipment—do...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    There’s always that one person who ruins it for the rest of us. The football team that lets air out of the ball to gain an advantage. The passenger in a car accident who fakes an injury to get a settlement. A college student who cheats on an exam. Even a dentist who wipes off ‘single-use’ burs and uses them again. I’m sure that nearly every...

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