Dental implantology drill bit HZID42

dental implantology drill bit
dental implantology drill bit
dental implantology drill bit
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4.2mm Implant Drill / Stainless HZID42 Instrument Type: Drill Bits Steel Type: Stainless Steel Hartzell's implantology instruments are manufactured, polished and finished in the USA. With consistent bends and second-to-none edge retention, these precision instruments allow you to work efficiently and effectively in providing quality care to your patients. Handcrafted with premium stainless steel, Hartzell's long lasting edges will retain its sharpness after multiple uses. About Hartzell Dental Instruments Since 1935, G. Hartzell and Son Dental Instruments has proudly served dental professionals worldwide with the highest quality dental hand instruments. Since 2014, DenMat offers these superior instruments as a new addition to the DenMat family. These industry-leading tools connect you to your patient and have long been preferred by clinicians for perio, hygiene, restorative, ortho, endo, and surgical dental procedures. Keep your dental instruments sharp! Expert dental instrument sharpening, repairs and retipping for your Hartzell Instruments - Ship us your dull or damaged instruments - Get your instruments back fully sharpened and operational in 2 weeks Dental instruments are a major investment for any dental office. With our Cone Socket line of instruments, a substantial savings can be realized as you only replace tips instead of the entire instrument. Cone Socket tips allow you to design virtually any instrument you would like. Looking for a combination Gracey Curette and Subzero? With Cone Sockets, you can have just that. Available in Carbon and Stainless Steel, Cone Socket instruments are also environmentally friendly.


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