All Ceramic Preparation Kit

All Ceramic Preparation Kit

The All Ceramic Preparation kit is specially created with an exclusive range of diamond burs for simple, efficient and accurate tooth preparation for full-ceramic, inlay/onlay and veneer restorations.

Features

  • A careful selection of a total of 17 burs for speedy, simple and accurate all-ceramic preparation work.
  • 2 specially designed depth cutting burs to achieve precise depth orientation grooves for accurate labial reduction during crown and veneer preparation.
    Sequenced grades of 2 grits.
  • Regular: (no marking on the shank) Super-Fine:(yellow band on the shank)
    All 17 burs are placed in a hygienically organized bur stand for convenient storage and easy replacement.
  • The special selection of 17 burs are created for clinical application in:896, 897: Specially designed burs for the preparation of depth orientation grooves.896: 0.5 mm depth for all ceramic laminate veneer preparation897: 1.0 mm depth for anterior tooth, all ceramic crown preparation0836, 836V: Designed to prepare the anterior tooth, buccal surface of upper and lower pre-molar or cervical area on the lingual surface. Use 1/2 – 2/3 of the diameter. Head length 9 mm, diameter 1.3 mm with tapered angle of 4°0839, 839V: Designed to prepare buccal and lingual surfaces of upper and lower molar teeth. For cervical area use 2/3 of the diameter. Head length 9 mm, diameter 1.5 mm with tapered angle of 20°0893, 893V: Designed for cutting upper / lower anterior tooth on lingual surface (to maintain occlusal space) and lower pre-molar on occlusal area. Head length 4.9 mm

    0899, 899V: Designed to reduce an upper pre-molar and the occlusal surface of an upper/ lower molar to maintain the occlusal space. Tapered 20° angle

    808V: Use this diamond bur after the preparation is finished to eliminate the free enamel in the cervical area. Use a lower speed to avoid chipping the enamel. Head length 8 mm

    0833, 833V: Designed to slice cut at the interproximal surface or box preparation at the interproximal surface of class II inlay restoration. Use ½ the diameter, except when preparing the lingual cervical area of a lower anterior tooth use 2/3 the diameter. Head length 9 mm, diameter 1.1 mm (at the top of working part) with tapered 4° angle

    0825, 825V, 0826, 826V: Designed to prepare the occlusal box-form of an upper / lower pre-molar and molar

    0826, 826V: Used for occlusal box-form for upper and lower molar. Head length 3.5 mm, diameter 1.5 mm and 2 mm with tapered 20° angle

Maximum recommended speed for the burs:
Less than 300,000 rpm: 0825, 0833, 0836, 0839, 0896, 808V, 825V, 833V, 825V, 893V
Less than 160,000 rpm: 0826, 0893, 826V, 893V
Less than 120,000 rpm: 0897, 0899, 899V
Recommended load: 0 – 0.8 N

Packaging
The Kit [PN 0955] contains:

  • 17 pcs of Diamond Points FG in 2 different grits (Regular & Superfine)

Brochures

Diamond Instruments
GB-32

Instructions for use

All Ceramic Preparation Kit
GB-32
Shofu Youtube Channel

All Ceramic Preparation Kit by Dr. Hussein Naama