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plug-operated drill used for dom?

Discussion in 'Podiatry Arena Help, Suggestions and Comments' started by Hviewer, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. Hviewer

    Hviewer Member


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    After reading all the threads on the spray drills. I am thinking about using a spray drill for my dom work. However, as all the spray drills are plug-operated, I am uncertain whether the patients will be happy for that as i use patient's electricity. Any suggestions/ thoughts will be appreciated.
     
  2. W J Liggins

    W J Liggins Well-Known Member

    Do they want treatment or not? If they don't, fair enough, if they do then I cannot see an issue.

    Bill Liggins
     
  3. cjhopper1

    cjhopper1 Active Member

    I use a mains operated drill on home visits, never been an issue with the patients, I do carry a small extension lead as mains sockets are not always close to the patient :)
     
  4. Hviewer

    Hviewer Member

    Thanks Bill and cjhopper1. I might think too much (including the plug-in issue) because I want to delivery a high quality of dom work and a spray drill is not cheap investment. Now I am sure I will go for it--it will be good for my patient and my health.
     
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