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William Nurdin – Dental assistant
A dental drill or dentist’s drill
is a small, high-speed drill
used during dental procedures, usually to remove decay and
shape tooth structure prior to the insertion of a filling or crown. A
dental drill may also be used in the cleaning and shaping of root canals during endodontic treatment,
or to remove old or temporary fillings or crowns prior to the
insertion of new or permanent restorations. The term “dental
drill” is considered the more colloquial form of the term “dental
handpiece,” although it can also be construed as to
include the power source for one or more handpieces, a “dental engine.”
“Handpiece” and “engine” are more generic and euphemistic
terms for generic dental tools.
Modern dental drills can rotate at up to 400,000 rpm,
and generally use hard metal alloy
bits known as burs.
Dental burs come in a great variety of shapes designed for
specific applications. They are often made of steel
with a tungsten carbide
coating, or of tungsten carbide entirely. The bur may also
have a diamond coating.
Its called Renewable Sources of Empathy (short) and its taken from an online album I released in 2002 under the Negrava name, which I have used since 1984 when our first cassettes appeared.