Dental handpiece turbine repair/replacement user guide
IMPORTANT – READ BEFORE CONTINUED
Dental Turbine Inspection
Before repairing a dental handpiece repairs /replacing a dental cartridge, also called a dental rotor, carefully inspect the handpiece head for dents.
Dental handpiece dents are caused by handpiece drop and can be repaired by repairmen, repair shops that specialize in dental handpiece repair. You ask why specialized handpiece repair shops, the answer is yes, because it takes special tools to remove/repair dents in dental handpieces, as well as the skills you can get from tons of tools. If there are any signs of dents on the head of the dental handpiece repairs, send the handpiece to your dental engineer or dental shop for repair.
Dropping the handpiece can also damage other internal parts of the handpiece that are also very fragile, such as fiber optics. PS You can find our range of fiber optics for dental turbines and Contra angles here.
VERY IMPORTANT! Do not install a new rotor dentaire in the handpiece if there is external damage. Installing a newdental rotor/turbine (dental turbinen) in a damaged head will permanently damage the dental high speed handpiece. Alternatively, you can purchase a dental turbine head reamer/reamer from www.dental-rotors.com to remove the dents yourself, but as with any repair, you must have specialized skills.
REMOVAL Damaged dental handpiece parts:
Each dental handpiece repairs has its own head design and size and each button differs from model to model as well as the handpiece manufacturer and you can find button keys also called back caps which can be compatible between models such as KaVo different models of handpieces that are the same size and design with the same number of pins and fit together, but you cannot use the same service button for KaVo turbines with NSK turbines because they are completely different.
1. Using the special dental back cap/ button wrench, unscrew the back tooth cap from the handpiece head and remove the worn dental turbine by pushing it out from the front. Use only the appropriate tool to remove the end cap. The use of pliers or improper tools may damage the dental handpiece repairs.
2. WARNING. It is necessary to check the inside of the head for the presence of foreign objects and debris – remove if any. Compare a worn dental rotor to a new turbine dentaire to determine which components may still be present in your handpiece. Use a scaler or probe to remove any old turbine dentaire components , including gaskets, o-rings, washers, or bearing holders. After removing all old turbine dentaire components, use a cotton swab and dental handpiece lubricant to clean the head of the dental handpiece. Using air from an air/water syringe, purge the head of the handpiece to remove all cotton fibers.
INSTALLATION of dental cartridge/rotor/turbine:
Our Dental Cartridge/Rotor Repair Kits are assembled with German ceramic bearings and come complete with o-rings and metal washers if this dental turbine is designed to be used with metal washers.
1. The dental turbine/cartridge is also often used by the dentist because the dental rotor is equipped with two o-rings , which must be replaced by the existing turbine o-rings, as they burn out and autoclave over time, and it loses its properties and functionality. during. One O-ring fits into the groove on the front of the handpiece (bur end), the other O-ring must fit into the groove on the back end of the dental cap. You may need to use a scaler or explorer to remove old o-rings from your dentaire high speed tip and end cap. A polishing machine or similar blunt tool can help when installing new o-rings to make sure they are fully seated.
Special attention should be paid to the o-rings to ensure that the old o-rings are completely removed and that the new ones are not misaligned, twisted, or otherwise out of place.
2. Lubricate the inside of the dental handpiece generously, paying particular attention to the O-rings. While holding the dental handpiece face down, fully insert the turbine dentaire into the head of the dental handpiece. Each dental rotor bearing has a small lip that rests against o-rings . Screw the end cap into the handpiece head using the appropriate tool.WARNING: The end cap must be securely tightened using the special wrench to ensure safe positioning of the dental high speed turbine (dental turbinen). If you are unable to fully install the end cap, remove and inspect the end cap for debris/old turbine components. If the problem persists, send the replacement dental rotor and handpiece to a repair shop for installation.
It’s not only the handling of various dental instruments that requires a great deal of expertise. The same is true for the repair of these complex instruments. However, in some situations, such as damage to handpiece turbines, you can do just fine on your own. Here we have gathered for you valuable tips and nuances concerning dental handpiece repairs that may be very useful and important. To gain this expert knowledge, please read our complete step-by-step guide on inspection, removal, and installation of your dentaire handpiece turbine style=”font-weight: 400;”>.
So, what is crucial to remember about dental handpiece repairs?
First of all, always carefully inspect your instrument before use because dents in handpiece turbines can lead to essential operating defects. Such damage should be usually repaired by specialized dental equipment repair shops. But, if you feel confident, you can try to fix the dental handpiece turbine style=”font-weight: 400;”> on your own. All you need is to follow the above-described instructions and use special tools such as a reamer, which you can find on our website. And most importantly, before you order, make sure you have chosen the exact model for your handpiece.
How to repair dental handpiece. Here is a complete video user guide for disassembling and assembling the dental high speed handpiece.