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Vacuum Tubing 1/2" I.D. Smooth Asepsis Dark Surf

DCI International
SKU: 720-737
$2.75 $4.05

Incremental Thickness Gauge

SKU: 523-92106

Handpiece Tubing Silicone Light Gray

SKU: 326-F00195

Vacuum Tubing 1/2" I.D. Smooth Asepsis LT Sand

DCI International
SKU: 720-734
$2.75 $4.05

Bur Changer Hex

DentalEZ Group
SKU: 425-203108
$43.99 $48.35

Handpiece Tubing Slim LED G3 81"

SKU: 326-F01206

Handpiece Tubing Slim LED G3 61"

SKU: 326-F01205

Vacuum Tubing 1/2" I.D. Smooth Asepsis Black

DCI International
SKU: 720-744
$2.75 $4.05

Vacuum Tubing 1/2" I.D. Smooth Asepsis Sterling

DCI International
SKU: 720-742
$2.75 $4.05

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Dental Handpiece Parts

Dental handpiece parts are essential components of dental equipment. These pieces are used to perform a variety of procedures such as filling cavities, cleaning teeth, and preparing crowns. Replacement parts must be sourced regularly in order to maintain the highest level of performance for your dental office.

Dental handpiece parts come in different shapes and sizes, depending on the type of procedure being performed. For instance, burs are used to grind down teeth for cavity fillings, and shape crowns and bridges. In addition, there are many other types of parts such as scalers, motors, turbines, and mandrels that are necessary for performing various procedures. When placing orders, it is also a good idea to consider additional features and benefits such as ease of installation and compatibility with other pieces of equipment in the office. 

Overall, dental handpiece parts are a valuable resource for any dental office and should be sourced regularly to ensure the highest level of performance and safety for patients. With quality components, you can rest assured that your practice will be equipped to handle any procedure with ease. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Which dental handpiece part is the best? 

  • Each handpiece part serves their own purpose for different services. Therefore, there cannot be only one handpiece part that is the best. However, you can check out our Best Dental Handpiece article to help you find which one best suits your product needs. 

What should you never do to a dental handpiece?

  • No matter what type of dental handpiece you have, it is important to take care of the parts in order for the tool to function properly. Here are some of the things that should never be done to a handpiece:

- Never immerse your handpiece into any liquid or use water pressure to clean it. This could damage parts like bearings, seals, and o-rings.

- Never use a damaged or worn bur on your handpiece. This could not only damage the bur, but it can also tear off small parts which will be difficult to retrieve afterward.

- Never drop your handpiece as this can cause irreparable damage to internal components such as springs that move the drive belts, as well as the motor itself. 


What are the two most common types of dental handpiece?

  • Dental handpieces come in two main types: air turbine and electric. Air turbine handpieces rely on pressurized air to generate power, while electric handpieces use an electric motor to create high speed. Both types of handpiece can be used for various procedures, from drilling and cutting to polishing and grinding. Each type has different advantages and disadvantages, but both are necessary for a successful dental practice. 

Which dental handpiece part is the most important?

  • The most important part is undoubtedly the dental burs. Burs are essentially a type of drill bit which are designed to cut through tough materials like teeth, enamel and bone. Different types of burs are available depending on the application, such as diamond burrs for shaping or carbide burs for cutting hard-to-reach areas. 

How often do you have to clean dental handpiece parts?

  • It is required that each handpiece part is clean and sterilized after each patient to avoid cross contamination. 

How often do you have to repair handpiece parts? 

  • Depending on the brand, charge frequency, amount of use and type of repairs needed, it can vary greatly when parts need to be replaced. In general, most manufacturers recommend replacing certain parts after 4-6 months of use while other components might need replacement after 12 months. It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations when servicing your handpieces and always remember to use compatible, quality parts for a correct repair. 

Is there a warranty for my products?

  • Each manufacturer’s warranty policy varies and you should be able to find it on their website. If you are unsure, please contact us or send us an email. We will let you know and make sure that you get the lowest price guaranteed.