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FREE SHIPPING to the USA and Canada. This sale is for set of seven instruments listed below all of which are US made and stainless steel. These pieces appear to be 15 to 30 years old. 1 x 18R... view more
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FREE SHIPPING to the USA and Canada. This sale is for a set of the instruments listed all of which are US made and stainless steel. All of these pieces appear to be 10-20 years old. The... view more
This Nephron instrument set appears to be 20-30 years old. The instruments are solid metal, as opposed to tubular, and weigh 25 - 30 grams each. The set in the pictures is the one that will be... view more
Dental equipment is used by dentists and other dental professionals to provide diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases and conditions. It includes a wide range of devices, from basic hand instruments and dental x-rays to high-tech lasers and digital imaging machines.
Some of the most common types of dental equipment are dental lasers, dental x-rays, dental CTs, dental microscopes, dental chairs, suction systems, and dental drills. Dental equipment is typically expensive and the cost can vary greatly depending on the type and manufacturer. Dental equipment manufacturers include KaVo, Sirona, and Henry Schein, DenMat, and Midmark. Generally speaking, the price range for dental equipment can range from several hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. For example, a basic dental x-ray machine may cost several hundred dollars while a high-end digital imaging system can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
It is important for dentists and other dental professionals to purchase high-quality equipment that meets their needs. High-quality dental equipment will provide accurate results and help ensure the safety of both the patient and the dental professional.