Dental Implant Surgical Motors

What is a Surgical Motor?

A surgical motor powers the handpiece of a surgical implant unit to perform dental implant surgeries and other oral procedures. The motor is attached to a headpiece that enables the user to cut, file, or drill bone, the motor and head piece together form a handpiece.

 

Surgical motors are classified as electric or air and typically have an e-type connection. An E-type connection is standard and allows the motor to attach to various headpieces. 

All Traus high-performance surgical motors offer high torque and create zero movement, enabling the user to precisely cut or file. Traus surgical motors meet ISO standards and have an E-type connection, making them compatible with all Traus Dental Surgical implant units and other brand units, as well. 

Other MBP Series Surgical Motors

Traus MBP10SX

This surgical motor is brushless and uses fiber optics. Fiber optic, or electric handpieces are quieter and maintain consistent torque as they cut through bone.

  • Brushless motor

  • Sealed and waterproof for sterilization

  • 40,000 RMP

Traus MBP10SL

This surgical motor is brushless and uses fiber optics. Fiber optic, or electric handpieces are quieter and maintain consistent torque as they cut through bone.

  • Fiber optic 

  • Brushless motor

  • Sealed and waterproof for sterilization

  • 40,000 RMP

Forte Series Surgical Motor

Traus F100aEi

This surgical motor is brushless and (non-optic) air-driven. Air-driven motors are can rotate at higher speeds, can be more comfortable to use because they are weigh less than electric surgical motors, and can cost less to repair.

  • Brushless motor

  • Sealed and waterproof for sterilization

  • 50,000 RMP