Ceramic Podiatry Burs

Ceramic Podiatry Burs are the new guy on the market. 

They offer a range of advantages which can help podiatrists achieve success in their clinic.

Read on to find out how Ceramic Burs can help you Bur better!

Ceramic Bur Composition

Ceramic Podiatry burs are composed of a ceramic head with stainless steel shaft, which creates a bur which has many favourable properties when compared to other Podiatry burs.

Ceramic Bur Benefits

The type of ceramic used to form the head of the bur, Zirconia, is an excellent material to make a bur with due to its very high resistance to crack propagation.  

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A selection of Podiatry Burs Australia's Ceramic Burs

This means that the cutting surface of the bur maintains its edge, even after repeated use. 

Podiatry clinics depend on their bur’s strength and resilience to be able to withstand daily utilisation in the Podiatry clinic. The type of ceramic used to form the head of the bur, Zirconia, is an excellent material to make a bur with due to its very high resistance to crack propagation.  This means that the cutting surface of the bur maintains its edge, even after repeated use. Podiatry clinics depend on their bur’s strength and resilience to be able to withstand daily utilisation in the Podiatry clinic.

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Heat resistance is another property which makes the ceramic bur ideal for use in the Podiatry arena. This allows the Podiatrist to use the bur for an extended period of time before the bur accumulates significant heat. This results in your clients having a more enjoyable treatment in your clinic.

There are potentially harmful nail dusts generated by Podiatry burs when they’re used in the confines of a Podiatry clinic. Many drills have vacuum systems or water spray capabilities intended to reduce the aerosol type particles produced when burring. 

The type of debris created by Ceramic burs is larges in nature, meaning they don’t remain suspended in the air as long as other type of bur debris. This minimizes the chance that the debris created throughout the burring process is less likely to end up in a Podiatrist’s lungs. You should always use control measures and personal protection when burring in your clinic.

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