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A low speed handpiece serves many purposes. It is used to prepare and remove cavities, clean teeth, and remove resin. It can do everything from defining and shaping to smoothing and trimming. A low speed handpiece can either be air or electric powered and it will not damage the tooth. Most low speed dental handpieces work at around 20,000 RPMs. Due to their low speed, these handpieces are able to generate high levels of torque, which is useful for implant procedures, prophylaxis, and more.
You can find a range of different types of low speed handpieces on the Net32 dental marketplace. Our product offering includes low speed handpieces with various nose angles—such as straight and contra— motors, and speeds. That way, you can find low speed handpieces that meet your needs.
Low speed handpieces have many features that are useful for different dental procedures, such as:
Note that when selecting your slow speed handpiece, both the handpiece and attachments should be autoclavable.
A dental slow speed handpiece will last for a long time due to the fact that it operates at such a low speed. It is also designed to last longer compared to a high speed handpiece. However, it is still important to have professional maintenance done every 6-12 months to ensure it is functioning properly.
The Net32 dental marketplace carries low speed dental handpieces from industry leading brands and manufacturers, such as Premium Plus and A1 Handpiece Specialists, so you can rest assured your low speed handpiece will be high quality.
It is crucial to clean your dental slow speed handpiece after each use. A low speed dental handpiece should be heat sterilized after each patient to reduce the risk of cross contamination. To clean a low speed handpiece, you have to either submerge it in liquid chemical sterilants or barrier protect it. It also is very important to use a heat-tolerant low speed dental handpiece so it can be cleaned properly.
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