How to choose an portable dental implant unit?

Implant unit motors are necessary equipment for placing dental implants. They are composed of a bracket, a pedal, a marathon micromotor and a contra-angle which is connected to the micromotor.
Most manufacturers recommend their own implant unit, but they are independent from the dental implant itself. As a result, you can choose any implant unit you like, no matter which dental implant you use. Moreover, following a little research, you can find motors with a good value for money.
There are several manufacturers specialized in the manufacturing of implant portable dental units such as Bien Air, Nouvag, NSK, Mariotti, W & H etc. All these brands can supply you with machines able to perform surgeries with full guarantees. However, you need to make the appropriate choice according to your needs.
Factors to consider in choosing a micromotor:

Basic functions such as clamping and speed control are available on all engines. However, some extra features can be offered according to your needs. For example, some implant engines have programmes to set up the drilling protocol for each implant or getting the hardness of the bone that you’re milling.

Incorporated Lighting
Some units have an incorporated light or LED on the head of the contra-angle. This function enables you to see much better during procedures. Obviously this has a cost and, for this reason, you need to assess whether this feature is needed.

Type of  Pedal
There are models with very simple pedals that control only the on/off button, but there are other much more complex pedals with three or four buttons that control different functions.

Tightening of Torque
The maximum tightening torque of the motor is a very important criteria to consider.

Warranty& After Sales
Another critical point to consider is whether the dental implant equipment has a warranty and after sales/repairing service. Most of the manufacturers offer a warranty of one or two years. If the manufacturer does not have a technical service in your country, you may have to find a good technician for repairs. We recommend that you buy 2 units so you have a spare one if the main one is out of service during a surgery.

The price of the micromotor is directly proportional to the incorporated functions. So if you want to save, you can go for basic technical features excluding lighting or complex programming modes.

Finding irrigation lines that are compatible with the engine is very easy and price may be a point to consider when choosing a motor.

What Should Take into Considertation in choosing portable dental units?

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What should not do after teeth extractions

Don’t be tempted to rinse the area for 24 hours after tooth removal.
Avoid hot food or drinks until the numbing wears off. You cannot feel pain while you’re numb and may burn your mouth. Also take care not to accidentally chew your cheek!
Don’t poke at the extraction site! – keep your fingers and tongue away from this area.
Avoid sucking (ahem… through straws and stuff), spitting, and blowing your nose (unless you have to). This is because positive or negative pressure could dislodge the blood clot. If you have a cold or allergies or anything that will want you blow your nose or sneeze, take appropriate medications to treat these.
Try not to smoke for as long as possible afterwards, but at the very least for the rest of the day. Smoking can interfere with the healing process, and also the sucking motion could dislodge the blood clot.
Avoid alcohol for 24 hours, as it could delay the healing process.
The Healing Process:

It usually takes gum tissue about 3-4 weeks to heal. The bone can take up to 6 months to heal completely. However, pain should be lessening by the second day. But it varies from person to person, and also depends on how easy or difficult the tooth removal was.

“There’s a piece of bone coming out where the tooth has been pulled!”
You may feel the sharp edge of the socket with your tongue and sometimes, little bits of bone may make their way to the surface and work their way out. This is perfectly normal and harmless. If a small bit of bone is annoying you and you don’t want to wait until it comes out by itself, you can ask your dentist to remove it for you.

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Ten Dental Handpiece Maintenance Common Mistakes

Poor dental autoclave sterilizer Maintenance – If the autoclave is not properly cleaned and maintained, buildup will occur that will contaminate the entire system, including the handpieces that are sterilized in it.

Using a Chemical Wipe Down on a Handpiece Before Sterilizing – This is not only redundant, but it may multiply harmful reactions when the handpiece is put through the high temperatures of an autoclave cycle.

 Using an Ultra Sonic Cleaner – Handpiece should never be immersed into any fluids.
Removing a high speed handpiece or low speed handpiece from the Autoclave Too Early – Removing the handpiece before the drying cycle is complete or before the handpiece has cooled down will cause condensation buildup inside the handpiece which will lead to internal rust and the handpiece will be ruined.

Lubricating the Incorrect Hole – The drive air tube is the only line that leads directly to the turbine or vital moving parts. The rest of the holes acts as exhaust, water, or chip air.

Failure to Run Handpieces After Lubricating – Not running the handpiece after inserting lubricant can cause the oil to gum up inside the turbine and other moving parts. elaborate

Not Cleaning the Fiber Optics – Failure to clean the fiber optic surfaces clean will reduce the amount of light that can transmit though the fiber optics thus reducing the brightness of operating field.

Not Enough Lubricant – Be sure to apply enough lubricant to reach the bearings and moving parts. You cannot over lubricate a high speed handpiece because you can always purge out the excess lubricant. You do not have the same luxury with low speed handpieces.
Leaving Burs In the Chuck during Autoclaving – When burs are installed in an autochuck,  the springs in the chuck are under tension. Applying extreme heat while under tension will weaken the springs and reduce the lifespan of the chuck. When burs are left in a manual chuck, it can cause a buildup of debris inside the chuck causing problems during operation.

Dirty Air & Water Lines – Having contaminated air or water lines can also contaminate all handpieces that  run on those lines. You can check if you have dirty lines by purging the lines onto clean white paper towel. If you see any dirt or discoloration, your line may be contaminated.

Visite annuelle et détartrage dentaire : à ne pas oublier

D’où vient le tartre ? Pourquoi le retirer ? A quelle fréquence faire un détartrage dentaire ? Un point à faire lors de la  visite annuelle chez le dentiste.

La visite annuelle chez le dentiste, un rendez-vous à ne pas manquer

Voir votre dentiste chaque année est incontournable pour éviter que de simples caries ou autres problèmes dentaires ne se transforment en soins nettement plus lourds, ou nécessitent la pose de prothèses.

Le tartre se dépose sur les dents au fil du temps

Des débris alimentaires et des bactéries sont présents malgré le brossage et constituent ce que l’on appelle « la plaque dentaire ». Au contact de la salive, elle peut former un dépôt minéral jaunâtre sur les dents : le tartre. Le dépôt de tartre varie selon l’hygiène et la composition de votre salive.

Pour éviter que le tartre ne se forme

Il faut se brosser régulièrement les dents, au moins 2 fois par jour après chaque repas, et en insistant plus particulièrement aux endroits où le tartre est susceptible de se former, c’est-à-dire sur la face interne des incisives (dents de devant) de la mâchoire inférieure, ainsi que sur la face externe des premières molaires de la mâchoire supérieure.
Ce sont des endroits qui sont proches des canaux par lesquels la salive se déverse dans la bouche, venant des glandes salivaires.
Le brossage manuel pour être bien fait, nécessite de brosser les dents verticalement de haut en bas, de la gencive vers les dents. L’utilisation d’une brosse à dents électrique facilite un bon brossage.

Le tartre crée de nombreux désagréments

S’il n’est pas retiré régulièrement, le tartre peut pénétrer facilement sous vos gencives. Il est à l’origine de saignements, d’infections des gencives, de déchaussement des dents… Il peut également donner mauvaise haleine.

Quand faire un détartrage ?

Il est recommandé de le faire au minimum 1 fois par an. Certaines personnes ressentiront le besoin de le faire tous les 6 mois.

Comment le chirurgien-dentiste enlève-t-il le tartre ?

Il est quasiment impossible d’enlever le tartre par ses propres moyens. Plus le tartre est ancien, plus il est difficile à enlever. Seul votre dentiste dispose d’instruments adaptés pour réaliser un détartrage, en 1 ou 2 séances.
Votre dentiste enlève le tartre à l’aide d’un appareil à ultrasons qui génère des vibrations à très hautes fréquences.
Ce n’est pas toujours très agréable, mais ce n’est ni douloureux, ni dangereux et cet acte ne nécessite pas d’anesthésie.
Dans quelques cas, un simple détartreur à ultrasons ne suffira pas car la maladie des gencives peut être plus avancée. Le dentiste devra donc pratiquer des soins plus complexes, tels le détartrage sous gingival et le curetage.

On le sait tous et pourtant …

Brossez-vous les dents le matin après le petit déjeuner et le soir avant d’aller vous coucher, idéalement après chaque repas,
Utilisez une brosse à dents en poils synthétiques souples et remplacez-la régulièrement,
Préférez le brossage avec une brosse à dents électrique, en cas de difficulté à maîtriser une bonne technique de brossage manuel,
Faites vérifier vos dents et gencives au moins 1 fois par an, voire 2 fois par an en cas de problème,
Les maladies des gencives sont fortement aggravées par le tabac.

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How to maintenance dental handpiece for longer time

Dental handpiece maintenance is critical for us, after all, dental handpiece is expensive and relatively friable, gently take and put is necessary. Because the resin frames between the dental handpiece and wind round ball is more afraid of wrestling, while it is also more expensive for repair, so take caution. It is best to avoid the bump in the transfer process, be sure to clip needle clip firmly, and before and after the two clamp spring force should be uniform, not in order to put the needle forward exploration lengthen this will hurt clip spring, in the need to use an extension bur reed relatively cheaper than the clip.

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Dental handpiece should be promptly cleaned and injected oil, when used dentist should idle for 30 seconds, so avoid keeping the oil to get into the patient mouth, although oil is now harmless, but if the fill operation getting the resin surface, the effect will be poor. Periodically turn on maintenance and cleaning. When the dental treatment is completed you’d better remove the dental handpiece to avoid dental handpiece knocked down on the ground broke when patient left the chairs; rise the operating table after complete to drain the water in the pipe completely, in the evening operating table can be placed handrails on leveraging in order to reduce the burden on the arm to increase the service life, maintenance of dental equipment online is very important for us, after all these must be out from the profits, or it is better to carefully use for extended life.