Surgical & Others
Common problems with Surgical handpices can be the removal of stuck implant burs.
Due to the pressure exerted to the head of the handpiece, nose cone replacements, new bearings and chuck mechanisms may be necessary for repair.
It is imperative to wash and clean your handpieces thoroughly to remove the saline residue from Surgical procedures, otherwise it can cause the inside to rust and therefore seize and corrode.
Lab Micro Motors
The most common issue with Lab Micro Motor Handpieces is either a build up of dirt from the fine particles you're cutting into and also damage to the chuck from the pressure exerted.
We repair the chuck assemblies on the Dentamerica Lab Micro Motors we sell to avoid the increase cost in having to replace the entire handpiece.