micromotor

micromotor

[′mī·krə‚mōd·ər]
(materials)
A micromachine and forerunner of micro-electro-mechanical systems.
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The Lynx dental lab micromotor is easy to operate and has a range of settings to provide optimal results when filing, trimming, and polishing restorations.
A micromotor inside the capsule rotates the light beam at about 40 revolutions per second, imaging the esophagus and the upper intestinal tract in spiral zones.
Consistent results were obtained using micromotor and piezosurgery; longer surgical time meant trismus persisted for more number of days; follow-up of trismus for this study was for 15 days.
It requires equipment ranging from a simple hand clamp to a compressed air saw or dental micromotor [18], which are not always available in urology departments [19].
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers developed a "micromotor" capable of transporting antibiotics to the site of infection, making them more effective and reducing side effects.
Each micromotor is made of a spherical magnesium core coated with a layer of titanium dioxide; above that is a layer of antibiotic clarithromycin followed by an outer layer of chitosan, which allows the micromotors to stick to the stomach wall.
Each extracted tooth was then sectioned at 1mm, 2mm and 3mm from the apex by using stainless steel discs mounted with a mandrel on a micromotor hand piece.
However, the most important problem is the quality of water delivered to dental unit components, such as a turbine, micromotor, syringe, scaler, and a disposable cup.
Next, the canal started to be prepared using MTwo (VDW, Munchen, Germany) rotary tools with endodontic micromotor Endo-Mate TC (NSK, Nakanishi Inc., Tochigi, Japan) (the speed of 300 rotations per minute).
The Tilos system was used in a 30[degrees] oscillatory 4:1 low-speed handpiece (Ultradent Products) connected to an air micromotor, through brushing and filing kinematics, pushing the instrument against the root canal walls with no apical pressure.