Direct and Indirect dentistry both require the use of burs to accomplish the restorative end result. Decay removal, tooth reduction, contouring, finishing and polishing all use different burs and can balloon a practice’s inventory if not properly managed. Additionally, utilizing bur that are past their prime can reduce productivity and cause damaging stress to dental turbines, leading to expensive handpiece repair. This CE webinar will review the most common direct and indirect clinical procedures and the burs that are optimum for each procedure. Strategies for inventory control and reduction will be discussed.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, participants will • Learn which bur types and designs are most appropriate for a variety of direct and indirect procedures • Learn how to maximize cutting efficiency and decrease wear and tear on your handpieces • Develop a strategy to manage burs in your practice and control inventory costs by eliminating unnecessary burs • Understand the various burs associated with gross reduction, contouring, finishing and polishing
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