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Where to get burrs in Australia??

Discussion in 'Australia' started by Lindamery, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. Lindamery

    Lindamery Welcome New Poster

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    I'm looking for a burr supplier in Australia where I could get ceramic burrs and umbrella brushes.
    Any hind would be great.
  2. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Hi I have not heard of a Bachelor of Science in Dermal Therapies? :eek: I would love for you to expand on what the course involves and what and how you can treat once finished? Do you have to be registered with a goverment body?:confused:
    Sorry I know nothing?

    Burrs can be purchased via ;any podiatry suppliers and some medical suppliers.
  3. Tuckersm

    Tuckersm Well-Known Member

  4. Lindamery

    Lindamery Welcome New Poster

    Thanks Tuckersm, that explains it ;) and Melbourne is the only city in the whole wide world where you can get the Bachelor degree, so no wonder not many people know about it.

    Hj-ray, thanks, but of course I googled every Podiatry and medical supplier already, but I haven't really found what I wanted. In fact, I think there are two suppliers that supply burrs....
  5. Tuckersm

    Tuckersm Well-Known Member

  6. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Perhaps it is worth a phone call rather than jsut a google. We use several pod suppliers and medical suppliers who all have burrs. perhpas they just don't list them on site?
    Stephen thanks for the link.
  7. trevor

    trevor Active Member

    How would you compare ceramic with say tungsten burrs.?
    I thought ceramic tools were used for cutting at very high speeds and temperatures?
  8. prosharp

    prosharp Member

    Hi Lindamery we have ceramic burrs for sale on our online store prosharppodiatry.com or you can give us a ring on 02 65521115 at Prosharp.cheers
  9. podonthego

    podonthego Member

    Trycare uk
    Canonbury uk

    They both sell the burs and they ship to Australia
  10. prosharp

    prosharp Member

    Hi my name is Gary and l own Prosharp Podiatry and we have both ceramic and umberella shape burrs so give me a ring.Cheers

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