Our manufacturer-trained technicians ensure that all handpieces, motors, sonic scalers and couplings undergo a series of exacting tests designed to ensure that your instrument is returned in a condition that meets or exceeds the tolerances established by the original manufacturer.
The precision that a dentist is required to have when working in a small area can cause pain throughout the body and particularly in the hand. Existing handpieces (dental drills) can cause hand fatigue and over time can cause permanent damage (such as carpal tunnel syndrome). The hand fatigue comes from having to grip the instrument tightly because the instrument does not fit the hand comfortably. There are many factors that contribute to this, such as weight, placement, material, and size. There should be a balance among all of these factors and none of the existing handpieces today meet these needs, nor do they accommodate multiple hand-sizes. This redesign of the handpiece allows for change in size, both length and diameter, and allows the user to pick the size that fits most comfortably. When the grip is more comfortable the strength exerted from the hand is lessened and hand fatigue is eliminated, improving the working ability of the dentist.