THOMAS Dental Round Steel Burs are built for general dentistry tasks, especially good for cavity preparation and dentine removal. These steel burs combine detailed crosscut designs with the highest quality alloy steel.
THOMAS Dental Round Steel is robust and flexible, they are strong enough to cut through crowns and sensitive enough not to shatter porcelain.
Stainless steel is more elastic than carbide material - that is why these burs are more resistant to chips and breakage than the carbide burs.
THOMAS Dental Round Steel cut or polish a wide variety of materials encountered in dentistry. These include enamel, dentine, such materials as composite, glass ionomer cement, polymer, ceramic veneers, and precious and non-precious metal alloys.
- Field of use
- Cavity Preparation
- Stainless Steel
- Shank Type
- Bur/Cutter Shape
When FFDM as the original business for "Manufacturing of Dental Burs" was established in 1946, it focused on dental burs and instruments, as these products were not produced in France at that time.