Great White Burs have a unique state-of-the-art design. By increasing dentates and incorporating an enhanced bolade geometry, the bur cuts more efficiently than a straight-bladed bur. They will not catch, grab or stall.
Features & Benefits:
Manufactured with technically advanced blade geometry, quality materials and a thicker neck.
Designed to eliminate bur breakage when cutting hard material such as metal, porcelain and composite.
Perfect for procedures requiring a plunge cut, whether working with non & semi-precious metal, amalgam or composite.
Faster & smoother cutting.
Will not catch, grab or stall.
Rapid endodontic access.
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