Short dental burs developed

Dec. 1, 1998
The new instruments are indicated for patients with smaller mouths and TMJ problems who can`t open wide enough. Other uses include pedo, female, and geriatric patients.

A set of four, new Shorter Than Short (STS) diamond instruments has been developed by Brasseler USA.

The new instruments are indicated for patients with smaller mouths and TMJ problems who can`t open wide enough. Other uses include pedo, female, and geriatric patients.

Overall length of the STS instruments has been reduced without compromising the cutting head. The instruments are designed for crown and bridge preparations. Each of the four instruments is available in three grits.

For additional information or to place an order, call Brasseler USA at (800) 841-4522.

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