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Handle options

The most common instruments are available in all different handles.

double-ended

 

 
 
# 7 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 108mm, matt finish 
  • Color coding with exchangable silicone rings
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
     
 
# 6 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 108mm, matt finish 
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
     
  
# 60
 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 108mm, smooth and straight surface, matt finish
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
     
 
# 4 
  
  • Ø 7.95 mm, Length 108mm, High polish with knurling
  • Economy class
  • Inexpensive & good
     
# 41 
  
  • Ø 6.5mm, Length 105mm,  High polish with knurling
  • Standard equipment
  • Mainly restorative instruments
     
# 3 
  
  • Hexagonal, Ø 8.5mm, Length 85mm
  • Cross knurling
  • Mainly surgical instruments 
# 31 
  
  • Ø 5.0mm, Length 108mm,  High polish with knurling
  • Standard equipment
  • Mainly Diagnostic instruments
     
Singele-Ended

 

 
 
# 7-SE 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 127mm, matt finish
  • Color coding with exchangable silicone rings
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
     
 
# 6-SE 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 127mm, matt finish 
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
 
  
# 60-SE
 
  
  • Ø 10.1 mm, Length 127mm, smooth and straight surface, matt finish 
  • Accurate transmission of the movement of the wrist and fingers in the instrument tip
  • Slip resistance, lightness and excellent instrument control
 
# 30 
  
  • Ø 5.0mm, Length 124mm, High polish with knurling
  • Standard equipment
  • Mainly Diagnostic instruments
     

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a chronic disabling condition caused
by the compression of the wrist’s median nerve between the inelastic
carpal ligament and associated tendons.
When there is inflammation and swelling, it compresses the median
nerve which results in associated symptoms of CTS.
Some of the signs and symptoms of CTS include: pain, paresthesia,
numbness, night pain and muscle fatigue.
There are jobs which present a higher incidence of workers with CTS
due to repetitive tasks. In dentistry, some of the following risk factors are present:


1.stress through working without breaks
2.repeating motions
3.position of seating
4.blunt instruments
5.diameter of the handle
6.instrument design

 

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