Updated: Dec 20, 2021
There is wide range of dental burs shapes available which can make it extremely hard to decide which suits you the best. Different flute angles create different cutting characteristics, making each bur appropriate for a particular task. Operative (cavity preparation) burs have deep and wide flutes to allow for more aggressive enamel cutting. These burs will usually be straight bladed or crosscut. Trimming and finishing burs will have more blades that are closer together and much shallower making them perfect for fine finishing and polishing. The most used bur head shapes include round, pear, cylinder, inverted cone, cross-cut tapered fissure.
Round Burs – removal of large amounts of tooth decay, cavity preparation, excavating and creating access points and channels for blades re: dental extractions. Round burs are used for cavity preparation and creating access points, but they can also create undercuts and channels for blades during a dental extraction. Available in the widest range of diameters. Uses include: drilling, deburring holes, enlarging holes, carving recesses for sweat soldering, and refining bezels/seats for stone setting. Because of its shape it can be used at any angle and can get into tight areas easily. Round burs are used by dentists for excavating
Round burs are used for:
*creating access points
*creating channels for luxator blades in extraction
Pear burs are best suited for creating access points, preparing cavities and evening splitting roots of smaller teeth. The selection of the bur is based on the task to be accomplished and what material is being worked with, whether it is natural enamel, acrylic, or metals such as gold and silver. Pear burs are used for excavating, trimming, and finishing in dental applications
Pear burs are used for:
*Creating access points
*Splitting roots of small teeth
Cylinder Burs Cylindrical burs are used for the removal of amalgam restorations. Flat-end Cylinder Burs are used for intra-oral tooth preparation. The straight sides of this bur make it a good alternative to a file, especially when removing large amounts of material. Large diameter cylinder burs are primarily used for grinding the insides of ring shanks. Also available with a rounded end.
Inverted Cone Bur
Inverted Cone Burs are suitable to undercut access opening for root canals or for restorations. They may also be used for flattening pulpal or gingival walls. Inverted cone burs have a long or short head length, which may be single or crosscut. Some inverted cone burs feature a collar, while others are called double inverted cone burs and symmetrical inverted cone burs. An inverted cone bur is used as an excavating bur and is also well suited for making undercuts in dental industry
Taper burs have a triangular shape with straight tapering sides that come to a point at the tip, similar to a cone bur but with a longer and narrower head. Taper burs may also have flat, rounded, or safe ends and are available in a wide range of diameters. A taper bur is useful for accessing hard-to-reach areas. Round-end Taper Bur are used for intra-oral tooth preparation and adjustment.
Bevel Shape Burs / Flame Shape Burs Bevel shape burs also known as flame shape burs are available in a wide range of diameters with either a standard length or long neck. They may be single or crosscut with the blades on the head positioned closer or further apart, depending on whether they are intended for finishing or cutting applications. Bevel shape burs, flame shape burs may also have long head lengths.
Wheel Shape Burs Wheel shape burs included with donut wheel burs, knife edge burs, knife edge cutters, rounded edge and riveting wheels. Wheel burs may be single or crosscut with teeth both on the top and the side, and they are available in a wide range of diameters.
Bulk Reduction Burs Twister Diamond Burs: Coated with natural diamond, they offer non-clogging spiral dual action using a precision engineered head for faster operation and least resistance. Ideal for fast bulk reduction and a smooth finish.
Finishing Burs are designed to add the finishing touches – shape and finer detail – to restorations. Finishing burs are used for finishing restorations, soft tissue re-contouring, enameloplasting and odontoplasty. Finishing burs can be obtained as 12 or 30 bladed burs in carbide or diamond head in a variety of shapes. Finishing burs are also available in white stone for composite and green stone for amalgam. Mr Bur- Your Bur Specialist
Mr Bur was founded in Malaysia 2021. We have a team of dental advisor that has been in the dentistry for more than 20 years. Mr Bur from Malaysia towards Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand, we offers the highest quality of Dental Burs on the market today. We have partnered with some of the top reputable manufacturers in the dental industry operating for more than 50 years, to provide our customers with the very best and largest quality and dependable dental burs and have assisted them in achieving their goals.
Our continual commitment to excellence has earned us the reputation as the best dental bur provider in Malaysia.
Mr Bur Our Mission is committed to constantly improving on products through innovative technology to enable our customers in achieve their goals by pinpoint accuracy and perform minimally invasive procedures.
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