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    The power of a handpiece

    Taking a look at some of the most powerful and efficient dental handpieces in the market.

     

    E-Statis Advantage Electric motor system with SANAO electric handpieces

    SciCanThe E-Statis Advantage touchscreen is reportedly fast and easy to use with the added benefits of customization of many settings. Clinicians can optimize performance by instantly using the presets to work with the correct RPM for any type of bur or polishing system for the most effective implementation. The ability to reverse the direction of the bur is designed to contribute to faster polishing in hard-to-reach areas. Whether a dentist is using the electric handpiece to quickly cut tooth structure, remove old restorations or refine margins, there are customizable settings to optimize performance. The small, ergonomic shape of the SANAO handpieces and the customizable E-Statis SLM motor with its torque/speed presets are said to allow for optimal speed, visibility, control and ergonomic comfort for the dentist in any restorative situation. All of these attributes are designed to allow a dentist to be more efficient, productive and comfortable.  

    SciCan
    800-572-1211  |  scicanusa.com

    Master 3 and Master Torque 3

    Henry Schein Master 3The Master 3 line was reportedly upgraded to provide 20 percent more torque in a more durable and modern design. With an updated surface pattern for enhanced grip and a stainless-steel head to prevent dents, the Master 3 is said to maintain its most recognizable feature — a clean head canister cartridge for quick chairside repairs.  Additionally, a non-optic swivel model was developed. In keeping with the look and feel of the Master 3 line, the Master Torque 3 Premium E-Type Lowspeed line has a matching updated surface grip pattern. In addition, the line was upgraded with no lube motors and a 4:1 attachment for disposable prophy angles. The Master 3 and Master Torque 3 motors come with a 1-year warranty.  

    Henry Schein
    800-DSCHEIN  |  henryschein.com

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    Kristen Mott
    Kristen Mott is the associate editor for Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics.

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