Used Dental Air Abrasion | Danville MicroEtcher II Intraoral Sandblaster

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used dental air abrasion | danville microetcher ii intraoral sandblaster

MicroEtcher II Intraoral Sandblaster improves bond strength by increasing the surface area and simultaneously activating the surface, all mechanical bonding procedures are improved.
It is used on dental practice as:

  • Etching all metals, composites and amalgam for maximum bond strength
  • Intraoral porcelain repair
  • Pit and fissure prep
  • Cleaning dark grooves to reveal decay
  • Prepping incipient lesions and minor Class I and V
  • Debriding bur preps for best esthetics and bonds
  • Improves bond strength up to 400 percent
  • Precision microroughening
  • Patented rear mounted abrasive jar and pinch valve for a longer life in abrasive environments
  • Innovative rotatable, removable and autoclavable nozzle
  • Six choices of angles and nozzle sizes are available
  • 360 degrees rotatable nozzle assembly
  • Removable, autoclavable nozzle assembly or interchanging
  • Removes cement and debris from burs quickly
  • Repairs and re-lines dentures
  • Etches all metals and composites as well as amalgam
  • Sandblasting takes only a few seconds
  • Precise control for intraoral use
  • Rapid bonding prep with failures greatly reduced
  • Ideal for orthodontic and other appliances
  • Perfect for minor Class I and V, pit and fi ssure and sealant preps.
  • Controllable as a handpiece
  • Do not point the abrasive nozzle toward your face or eyes.
  • Always wear safety glasses when using the unit outside of a closed cabinet. Note also that excessive back flushing can pressurize the abrasive jar and cause it to pop off or even burst.
  • Back flushing should always be done in a safe receptacle. We recommend that non intraoral sandblasting operations be done inside a dust cabinet. The cabinet should be equipped with a dust collection system to draw off the spent abrasive dust. Abrasive dust particles floating in the air can cause eye, nose, and throat problems, as well as damage to nearby machinery and optical instruments. Abrasive particles will scratch eye glasses!
  • Protect the patient’s eyes, glasses, and nose during intraoral procedures, and use high speed suction.