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How to use a Zirconia bur for machining dental

Zirconia burs are an ideal choice for quickly and accurately fabricating dental prosthetics, implants, and other soft dental materials. Thanks to their small size and extensive array of forms, these burs can provide on-point machining of even the most intricate dental structures. To make the most of your zirconia burs, here are a few useful tips:

Selecting the correct bur for your project can make or break the success of the job. So from Zirconia’s extensive range of variations, determine which one is the most apposite for the task. If, for example, you are setting up to drill pilot holes, then a pointed bur is the ideal accessory; whereas, for the purpose of surface fashioning and smoothing – a curved bur should be considered.

Adopting the correct setting when using a zirconia bur is of the utmost importance. Depending on the material, you will need to modify the speed, with softer materials requiring a slower rate and harder materials being compatible with a faster rate. Setting the speed incorrectly can lead to ineffective machining and unsatisfactory results.

In order to avoid harm to the material when machining, it is necessary to keep the zirconia bur cool. Using a suitable coolant or lubricant will help to maintain the necessary temperature and avoid the bur from overheating.

The temperature of the bur should not exceed its hot limit. It may result in permanent damage to the machined material if the bur becomes too warm. Try to keep it cool by limiting its use only to brief intervals. Immediately cease using the bur if it begins to overheat then grant it the time to chill off before beginning again.

Zirconia burs are remarkable instruments that must be used with caution. When machining, abstain from employing too much strength as this could harm the bur as well as the material you’re dealing with. Moreover, it is paramount to keep your bur spotless and lubed up to shield it from deterioration and secure its usability for longer.

Following these instructions will enable you to derive the most value from your zirconia burs, resulting in the production of exceptionally crafted dental devices, implants, and other delicate dental configurations.

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