Peter Brasseler Series™ Diamonds, our signature brand of diamond burs named for our company founder, Peter Brasseler, come in a variety of shapes, grits and sizes.
Brasseler USA is the leader in dental diamond instruments, offering the broadest product selection in the market. From our industry-leading Peter Brasseler Series® to our latest technological advancement, our spot-brazed DuraBraze® product line, to our single-patient products, we offer the instruments to meet the requirements of any dental practice.
- Controlled depth-reduction diamonds that facilitate accurate veneer preparation
- Unique two-grit and safe-end diamonds
- Dialite® diamonds, created specifically to cut and trim today’s advanced ceramic materials
Our specialized diamond instrument with the purple band effectively cuts modern ceramics such as Lithium Disilicate and Zirconia as well as natural dentition.
Brasseler USA’s multi-layered Dialite Diamond is specially designed for adjusting and removing modern ceramics.
With DuraBraze by Brasseler USA, you’ll notice bulk reduction of tooth structure will be smoother and more precise with less vibration. Your instruments will last longer, meaning fewer bur changes and less chair time, with consistent performance prep after prep due to new SpotBrazing™ technology.
ET® diamonds and carbides designed by Dr. Ronald Goldstein are ideal for gingival/interproximal finishing, gingival finishing, labial/lingual contouring, finishing and contouring of labial surfaces.
The new premium spiral diamonds from Brasseler USA are engineered for fast bulk reduction. The diamond-free channels create space for increased debris removal and unobstructed water cooling.
Brio™ offers a full line of sterile single-patient diamonds, validated to FDA standards. Lessen your overhead cost by reducing dispensing labor and sterilization.
Diamond abrasive discs are ideally suited for separating and shaping the interproximal, marginal and facial surfaces of enamel or composite, acrylic and ceramic restorations.
VisionFlex Diamond/Serrated Saw Combo Diamond Strips feature a serrated saw blade ideal for opening tight interproximal contacts or cement removal, while the perforated diamond portion quickly strips enamel during orthodontics or finishes composite and porcelain restorations.