Operative Carbides

Our Carbide Burs are designed, manufactured, and finished for optimum strength, performance and durability.

Our tungsten carbide burs are engineered to cut more effectively and with greater blade contact on the tooth surface and reduced risk of chipping or breakage. The design ensures a fast, smooth, vibration free performance reducing patient discomfort as well as operating time. An important element of every bur is the brazing technique. Since the brazing technique is so important, our burs are brazed in the neck as opposed to the base of the head.  The 100% carbide neck offers optimum concentricity and strength.

Round Carbide

Our Round Carbide Burs are popular for the preparation of conservative single surface cavities. They may also be used for interproximal cavities in anterior teeth (class III). Additional applications include gaining root canal access both anteriorly and posteriorly. Used for cavity preparation, and root canal access. Smaller sizes often used for single surface cavities, medium sizes often used for interproximal cavities in anterior teeth. For contouring and finishing restorations, root planning, bone contouring and smoothing. .

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Taper Fissure Plain Cut Carbide

Our Taper Fissure Plain Cut Carbide Burs are made from the highest quality, fine grade tungsten carbide, using a unique method of construction. The superior quality of these burs is achieved by advanced manufacturing techniques using the very latest equipment backed by 20 strict inspection and control procedures throughout the process. Our tungsten carbide burs not only meet, but greatly exceed stringent ISO, FDA, BSI and CE European Standards. For producing a preparation with tapered, divergent walls and a flat floor. Also used for inlay/onlay preparation and to section teeth and cut bone. 

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Taper Fissure Plain Cut Long Head Carbide

Our Taper Fissure Plain Cut Long Head burs have a very wide range of uses, in particular: the removal of enamel, the access to the decayed dentine, preparation of composite, gold or ceramic resin, the precise forming of the cervical cavities and other uses. Indeed, they can be used in all the cases where it is desirable to obtain parallel walls as well as flat floors.

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Taper Fissure Cross Cut Carbide

Our Taper Fissure Cross Cut burs have a very wide range of uses, in particular: the removal of enamel, the access to the decayed dentine, preparation of composite, gold or ceramic resin, the precise forming of the cervical cavities and other uses. Indeed, they can be used in all the cases where it is desirable to obtain parallel walls as well as flat floors. For producing a preparation with tapered, divergent walls and a flat floor. Also used for inlay/onlay preparation and to section teeth and cut bone. Cross cut burs have more cutting edges.

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Taper Fissure Cross Cut Long Head  Carbide

Our Taper Fissure Cross Cut Long Head burs have a very wide range of uses, in particular: the removal of enamel, the access to the decayed dentine, preparation of composite, gold or ceramic resin, the precise forming of the cervical cavities and other uses. They can be used in all the cases where it is desirable to obtain parallel walls, as well as, flat floors.

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Domed Fissure Plain Cut Carbide

Our Domed Fissure Cross Cut burs are made from the highest quality, fine grade tungsten carbide, using a unique method of construction. The superior quality of these burs is achieved by advanced manufacturing techniques using the very latest equipment backed by 20 strict inspection and control procedures throughout the process. For producing preparations with straight parallel sides and flat floors, gaining access to carious dentin, establishing preparation form, and creating retentive locks.

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Domed Fissure Cross Cut Carbide

Our Domed Fissure Cross Cut burs are made from the highest quality, fine grade tungsten carbide, using a unique method of construction. The superior quality of these burs is achieved by advanced manufacturing techniques using the very latest equipment backed by 20 strict inspection and control procedures throughout the process. Cross cut burs have more cutting edges.

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Flat Fissure Plain Cut Carbide

Our Flat Fissure Plain Cut burs are used wherever straight parallel sides and flat floors are desired. Some applications include establishing initial outline form, gaining access to carious dentine and preparation of lateral walls.

 

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Flat Fissure Cross Cut Carbide

Our Flat Fissure Cross Cut burs are used wherever straight parallel sides and flat floors are desired. Some applications include establishing initial outline form, gaining access to carious dentine and preparation of lateral walls.

 

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Flat Fissure Cross Cut Long Head Carbide

Our Flat Fissure burs are used wherever straight parallel sides and flat floors are desired. Some applications include establishing initial outline form, gaining access to carious dentine and preparation of lateral walls.

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Pear Carbide

Our Pear burs may be used for much of the preparation of conservative to moderately large occlusal cavities in anterior teeth. These burs will penetrate enamel, safely remove decay, and are appropriate for the retention of obturations to the amalgam, with silicate, composite or acrylic resins. Can be used to contour the occlusal anatomy, preparing cavities, removing amalgam, refinement or preparations, and finishing of restorations. Produces an undercut preparation with round internal line angles. For refinement of preparations and contouring and finishing of restorations.

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Pear long head Carbide

Our Pear Long Head burs may be used for much of the preparation of conservative to moderately large occlusal cavities in anterior teeth. These burs will penetrate enamel, safely remove decay, and are appropriate for the retention of obturations to the amalgam, with silicate, composite or acrylic resins.

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Inverted Cone Carbide

Our Inverted Cone burs are used primarily for producing undercuts at the junction of the pulpal floor and lateral walls in occlusal (class 1) cervical (class IV) cavities and the occlusal locks of the class II cavities. For producing undercuts in cavity preparation; slightly rounded edges on the blade corners reduce chipping for a smoother cut. Ideal for amalgam removal. May also be used to contour the occlusal anatomy of final restorations and for flattening pupal and gingival walls.

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Debonding 8 Flutes Carbide

These burs are ideal for adhesive removal.

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Amalgam Prep Carbide

Our Amalgam Prep burs may be used for much of the preparation of conservative to moderately large occlusal cavities in anterior teeth. These burs will penetrate enamel, safely remove decay, and are appropriate for the retention of obturations to the amalgam, with silicate, composite or acrylic resins.

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