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Burr for the 11s – Straight

This 11th Drill has been specifically designed to work on the .11 to remove back hooks.

  • -Ergonomic
  • -Compact
  • -Length : 22 inches
  • -Height of the head: 0,4 inch

 

JORGENSEN ref. : J1414D9

 

Find here the operating instructions

 

Reference : FRA_F11G.
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Description

Those burrs are specially designed to work on the 11s. The compact, long and narrow head with a limited height (0,4 inch) facilitates an optimum access in the back of the mouth.

Different burr’s lengths and shapes and 3 head protection options are available allowing you to design your own burr.

This instrument can not be sold without protection.

 

dr_gieche_

“This new small footprint .11 hand-piece is extremely helpful in achieving access to tight areas in the distal regions of the oral cavity where larger instruments have a hard time gaining access. It allows the veterinarian to work in the distal oral cavity, even when the Curve of Spee is pronounced, as well as when malocclusions such as hooks are prominent and/or overlap the opposing arcades.

In addition this hand-piece reduces the chances of soft tissue injury in any tight space within the oral cavity”

Jon M.Gieche DMV, FAVD EQ

Product Description

Those burrs are specially designed to work on the 11s. The compact, long and narrow head with a limited height (0,4 inch) facilitates an optimum access in the back of the mouth.

Different burr’s lengths and shapes and 3 head protection options are available allowing you to design your own burr.

This instrument can not be sold without protection.

 

dr_gieche_

“This new small footprint .11 hand-piece is extremely helpful in achieving access to tight areas in the distal regions of the oral cavity where larger instruments have a hard time gaining access. It allows the veterinarian to work in the distal oral cavity, even when the Curve of Spee is pronounced, as well as when malocclusions such as hooks are prominent and/or overlap the opposing arcades.

In addition this hand-piece reduces the chances of soft tissue injury in any tight space within the oral cavity”

Jon M.Gieche DMV, FAVD EQ