Bestselling Dental Polishing & Finishing Kits in 2022
Dental Finishing Polishing discs Universal Kit 100 pcs + Mandrel
- for removal excess material, red - 15 pcs (diameter 12 mm) + 15 psc (diameter 14 mm)
- for pre-grinding, brown - 15 pcs (diameter 12 mm) + 15 psc (diameter 14 mm)
- for final grinding, yellow - 10 pcs (diameter 12 mm) + 10 psc (diameter 14 mm)
- for polishing, white - 10 pcs (diameter 12 mm) + 10 psc (diameter 14 mm)
Zeta Dental Porcelain Polished Package Kit Tooth Polishier (Pack of 6)
- 1.White stones are used for grinding the maxillofacial. (Recommend R.P.M 8000-12000/Min)
- 2.Pink silicone polishers are used for prepolishing (Recommend R.P.M 8000-10000/Min)
- 3.White rubber diamond polishers are used for high gloss polishing. (Recommend R.P.M 6000-8000/Min)
- 4.Characteristic:Fast cutting,long service life,low heat,production,good polishing effect.
Dental Finishing Polishing Strips Universal Kit 75 psc
Composite Finishing Polishing Discs Assorted Kit 48pcs+strips 75pcs
Dental Composite Finishing Polishing Discs Universal Kit Metal Bush, 80 Pcs
Set of Dental Finishing Polishing discs Kit 50pcs + Mandrel (12 mm diameter)
- Red - for removal of superfluous material - 20 pcs.
- Brown - for initial grinding - 12 pcs
- Yellow - for final grinding - 12 pcs.
- White - for polishing - 6 pcs
Dental Labor Kit of Abrasive Finishing Polishing Discs 80 pcs + mandrel Cormed (diam.24 mm)
40 PCS low Speed Micro Drill Bits Set Includes Tungsten Carbide Burr, Silicone Grind, Diamond Burs, Hair Brush (Blue)
Composite Finishing Polishing Stem Discs assorted kit 80pcs + mandrel TOR
Dental Finishing Polishing Strips Universal Kit 75 psc (Cormed) (3 mm wide)
- for Gross Reduction (gross reduction / contouring) - 25 pcs./pack
- for Contouring (contouring / finishing) - 25 pcs./pack
- for Polishing (finishing / polishing) - 25 pcs./pack
Polishing Burs Kits Acrylic Resin Bridgework Grinding Set 8pcs
Composite Finishing Polishing steam Discs assorted kit 12 mm+mandrel
11pcs Rubber&Stone Matel Alloy Adjustment Dental Polishing Kit
- Not-precious matel or alloy adjustment and polishing kit
The Job of the Dental Laboratory Technicians: Repairing and Molding Teeth
Dental laboratory technicians often find that their talents and preferences lead them toward one particular type of work in their field. The broad areas of specialization open to them include full and partial dentures.
Denture specialists apply their knowledge of oral anatomy and restoration to carefully position teeth in a wax model for the best occlusion (how the upper and lower teeth fit together when the mouth is closed) and then build up wax over the denture model. After the denture is cast in place, they clean and buff the product, using a bench lathe equipped with polishing wheels.
When repairing dentures, they may cast plaster models of replacement parts and match the new tooth's color and shape to the natural or adjacent teeth. They cast reproductions of gums, fill cracks in dentures, and rebuild linings using acrylics and plastics. They may also bend and solder wire made of gold, platinum, and other metals and sometimes fabricate wire using a centrifugal casting machine.
Removable partial dentures, often called partials, restore missing teeth for patients who have some teeth remaining on the jaw. The materials and techniques used to manufacture partials are similar to those for full dentures. In addition, wire clasps are mounted to anchor the partial denture to the remaining teeth yet allow it to be removed for cleaning. Fixed partial dentures serve the same purpose as removable ones, but are cemented to the adjacent teeth rather than anchored by clasps.
Crown and bridge specialists restore the missing parts of a natural tooth to recreate it in its original form. Fixed partial dentures, made of plastics and metal, are sometimes called fixed bridgework because they are permanently cemented to the natural part of the tooth and are not removable. A crown is permanently cemented to a single tooth. Technicians in this area are skilled at melting and casting metals. Waxing (building up wax around the setup before casting) and polishing the finished appliance are also among crown and bridge specialists' responsibilities.
Some dental laboratory technicians are porcelain specialists and are known as dental ceramicists. They fabricate natural-looking replacements to fit over natural teeth or to replace missing ones. Many patients concerned with personal appearance seek porcelain crowns, especially on front teeth. The ability to match color exactly and delicately shape teeth is crucial for these technicians. To create crowns, bridges, and tooth facings (veneers), dental ceramicists apply multiple layers of mineral powders to a metal base and fuse the materials in an oven. The process is repeated until the result conforms exactly to specifications.
Ceramicists must know and understand all phases of dental technology and possess natural creative abilities. Because they require the highest level of knowledge and talent, ceramicists are generally the best paid of dental technicians.
Orthodontics, the final area of specialization for dental laboratory technicians, involves bending wire into intricate shapes and soldering wires into complex positions. Orthodontic technicians shape, grind, polish, carve, and assemble metal and plastic appliances. Although tooth-straightening devices such as retainers, positioners, and tooth bands are not considered permanent, they may have to stay in place for several years.
Dental laboratory technicians may work in a general or full-service laboratory, a category that includes nearly half of all dental laboratories. Or they may find employment with a laboratory that performs specialized services. Most specialized laboratories are concerned with the various uses of a particular material. For example, one specializing in acrylics is likely to make complete and partial dentures; another laboratory that does gold work will make gold inlays and bridges.
The lab's size may be related to the kinds of tasks its technical employees perform. Some large commercial laboratories may have staffs of 50 or more, allowing for a high degree of specialization. On the other hand, technicians working in a one- or two-person private laboratory may be called on to do a wide range of jobs.