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Dental Intraligamentary Syringe

The dental intraligamentary syringe, Deosy style, is a unique device used to inject medications into the periodontal ligament. It features a small-gauge needle and a Luer lock fitting for compatibility with most syringes. This unique approach uses a syringe with a long, thin needle that is inserted into the ligament between the teeth and gums. The anesthetic solution is then injected directly into the space between the tooth and gum, providing fast and effective relief from dental pain. This method is becoming increasingly popular due to its many advantages over traditional injection techniques.  Benefits of using Dental Intraligamentary Syringe The dental intraligamentary syringe is a safe and discreet tool for your practice. Some of the benefits of using a dental intraligamentary syringe include: The autoclavable dental instrument comes with unflinching longevity and it's made from medical grade stainless steel for durability, which means you can use this item again after each op

What you should know about using diamond burs for your dental practice?

     Diamond burs are typically used for precision shaping and polishing. They're able to work on any surface, even those that have been polished. They can remove stains, polish teeth and perform cutting functions.      Diamond burs are made using various grit size diamond granules. Diamond is much harder than many other types of metal or stone. This means that it will not wear down as quickly and can be used for longer periods without having to change out the bur for a new one. Fine Grit Diamond burs also have softer edges which allows for smooth finishes. Benefits:      Dental diamond burs offer many benefits over their counterparts and should be considered by dentists and dental labs for use on harder surfaces. Diamond burs are more durable and last longer. Diamond burs are designed to cut through the hardest dental materials. Lab Technicians who use diamond burs report improved accuracy when cutting teeth. The cost of using natural dental diamond burs is usually lower because t