Implant Handpieces

Hand Piece Services

  • High-Speed Handpieces

  • Low-Speed Handpieces

  • Electric Handpieces

  • Endodontic Handpieces

  • Surgical Handpieces

  • Implant Handpieces

10 Steps Handpiece Service Process

Your complete solution for handpiece repairs, cleaning and maintenance

  • Schedule a Free Pick Up

    • Discuss the Problem you are having
    • Certified Technician will Assess the Problem for FREE
    • We offer you free Estimates
    • We will NOT charge you for Travel Cost
  • Look Up the Warranty Information

    • Using our customized warranty tracking software, we determine if the handpiece is still covered under our repair warranty.
  • Diagnose the Problem

    • Test water spray, chuck strength and turbine
    • Test for air leaks
    • Check fiber optics
    • Look for any cracks or dents
    • Ream head if applicable
  • Disassemble the Handpiece if applicable

    • Remove all moving parts and components
  • Clean the Handpiece


    • Clean all components using proprietary cleaning techniques
    • Remove all debris including rust from the drive air tube, exhaust tube and chip air and chip water tubes
    • Clean internal head


    • Clean head and remove dents when necessary
    • Clean and polish external shell and fiber optic ports
  • Check Impeller and Spindle for Wear and Nicks

  • Test for Concentricity

    The concentricity gauge allows Hayes technicians to prevent bur deflection from exceeding .0011 inches, which reduces stress and potential damage to the handpiece turbine.

    • Perform concentricity tests using proprietary equipment called a concentricity gauge
    • Maintain International Standards Organization (ISO) standards of .0011 inches or less of total indicator run-out (TIR)
  • Overhaul Handpiece and Reassemble

    • If the turbine is rebuildable, we rebuild it with premium parts and bearings to O.E.M. standards
    • If the turbine failed chuck strength and/or concentricity tests, we install a replacement turbine
    • Inspect and repair water spray to ensure proper atomization
    • Check water and chip air tube
    • Replace O-rings
    • Replace fiber optics if necessary
    • Replace end gasket if applicable
    • Rethread if applicable
  • Test Torque, RPM, and Noise

  • Deliver the Handpiece and Review Maintenance Procedures with your Staff

    • Discuss maintenance for high-speeds, low-speeds, swivels, scalers, fiber optics, and attachments
    • Review different types of lubricants and cleaners
    • Check air pressure for each handpiece
    • Review different types of autoclaves and related procedures