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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The rate of wiping the outer surface of dental handpieces with disinfectant solution was 56.9%, and using autoclave for the sterilization of hand instruments/orthodontic pliers was 56.9%.
Usually, high speed air-turbine dental handpieces operate at 200,000 to 400,000 revolutions per minute [5].
Adequate maintenance of dental handpiece also ensures less sound on function.
6 Mueller HJ, Sabri ZI, Suchak AJ, McGill S, Stanford JW: Noise level evaluation of dental handpieces. J Oral Rehabil 1986, 13(3): 279-92.
In the new Assistina, W&H is launching, onto the dental market, a fully automatic cleaning and maintenance unit for dental handpieces. With the new unit, W&H is setting new standards in hygiene and maintenance and is offering a unit that is optimal for internal and external cleaning* and for the lubrication of turbines and straight and contra-angle handpieces**.
Hearing loss associated with long-term exposure to high-speed dental handpieces. Retrieved from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25945769
Further research needs to be completed in regards to the frequency output of dental handpieces. It is also recommended to minimize non-occupational noise exposure particularly of electric generators.