Electric micromotors can be fully integrated into the delivery system of most new and existing dental treatment chairs. They can be retro fitted by an engineer or come as an option when buying new chairs. Controlling the specific speed and torque of micromotors within existing platforms is made easy thanks to built-in control pads.
The risk of aerosol generation is paramount in clinicians’ minds. Spray air contributes significantly to spray mist in dental handpieces, but clinicians need to know there is a significant way forward with the NSK Ti-Max Z95L and Ti-Max Z45L speed increasing contra-angles.
Speed increasing handpieces generate less aerosols compared to high-speed turbines. To reduce aerosols further the Ti-Max Z95L and Ti-Max Z45L are fitted with the world’s first two-way spray technology unique to NSK allowing clinicians to switch between a water/air mix and water jet only with just a twist of the switch. Plus they have the additional benefit of a non-retraction valve that prevents suckback/contamination of the water line.
When extra safety is needed the water jet provides maximum protection while still offering optimum cooling, then when conditions allow switching back to mist is simple. No equipment modification is needed, putting control back in clinicians’ hands.