Performance of high-speed dental handpieces

Leonard, Daniel L.; Charlton, David G.
September 1999
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Sep99, Vol. 130 Issue 9, p1301
Academic Journal
Investigates the performance of nine commercially available high-speed air-turbine dental handpieces subjected to 1,000 simulated clinical uses and sterilizations. Parameters used the handpiece evaluations; Equal performances of the handpieces evaluated; Handpiece longevity.


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