Handpiece Maintenance – Reliability & Consistency

Amongst the most significant assets in any Dental Practice are the handpieces. These precisely engineered instruments rotate at approx. 400,000 rpm multiple times a day, providing smooth, vibration free, quiet cutting for enhanced patient and clinician comfort.  In order to maintain their integrity and expectations of the discerning clinician, reliable and consistent maintenance is paramount. 

NSK VIVA ace Mobile Dentistry System

Wherever Possible

For more comfortable & more advanced home visits for dental treatment.

As societies age more rapidly, there is an ever-greater need for mobile dental treatment.

Today’s ageing population keeps more of their natural health, which means a wider range of treatments is required nearer to the patient.

COVID-19 risk control

To our valued customers

In these current unprecedented and uncertain times, the safety and wellbeing of our customers, team members and community is our top priority.

Following the recommendation of the Australia Government & the Australian Dental Association, we are currently at Level 3 restrictions. Yes, we are still operating and servicing all of our client’s needs.

Investing in new equipment – is now the right time?

We are currently living in strange and uncertain times. From the pressures on doctors on the front line, to the strain on the healthcare system and its supply chain and of course your own personal health, we recognise the impact that COVID-19 is having on the medical community is onerous and significant. For some, this is compounded by the devastating bushfires that swept the country recently leading to a challenging start to 2020.

Dental care requires federally funded universal system, health experts say

Jalal Khan has seen a lot of desperate patients during his time as a dentist.

Key points:

  • Patients on the public dental scheme often wait more than 12 months for treatment
  • 80 per cent of eligible patients miss out on treatment each year
  • There were 70,000 avoidable hospitalisations due to acute dental conditions in 2015-16

“I’ve had patients that have had teeth held together with paper clips,”