Friday, March 2, 2012

My Dental Drill has Cruise Control and Daytime Running Lights



Did you ever notice how much easier it is to maintain your speed on the empty highway when you have cruise control? How about how much easier it is to see (and be seen) in dreary weather and dark tunnels when you have daytime running lights? These modern additions to driving are what electric contra-angle hand pieces have done to the dental drill. My Bien-Air electric hand piece is a “step up” from my compressed-air driven drills. With preset speeds and torque maintenance I can easily cut through the wires of my palatal expanders, but can also polish off the residual glue after removing orthodontic brackets. I don’t have to worry about “backing off” to maintain torque, nor do I have to worry about spinning too fast and destroying my polishing burs. My electric hand piece also has a light that shines exactly where I am working; now I can see in the back of a tiny mouth even when the patient is not facing the overhead light. I am certainly enjoying my new technology!

2 comments:

fredsolomondmdM said...

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Anonymous said...

With the newly improved dental hand piece, I’m sure you’ll be able to help more patients with their teeth problems. Be sure to maximize its full use! It really pays to be always updated with technology.

-Carmella Eaglin