Fissure burr

Swedish translation: fissurborr

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English term or phrase:Fissure burr
Swedish translation:fissurborr
Entered by: Sandra Lindholm-Svensson

11:56 May 7, 2010
English to Swedish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Dentistry / Implantology
English term or phrase: Fissure burr
Does anyone know what this is called in Swedish? I'm translating for a company who works with dental implants and prosthetics and have come across this one that no dictionary I have found seem to be able to manage. I get the gist of what it means, but would like the commonly acknowledged term in dentistry/surgery. Thanks!
Sandra Lindholm-Svensson
Sweden
Local time: 04:09
fissurborr
Explanation:
En borr för att fräsa upp fissurerna ("groparna, spåren") på tandens tuggyta.
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Cecilia Richter Ekholm
Local time: 04:09
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It was that easy. Thanks! :)
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fissure burr
fissurborr


Explanation:
En borr för att fräsa upp fissurerna ("groparna, spåren") på tandens tuggyta.

Cecilia Richter Ekholm
Local time: 04:09
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PRO pts in category: 24
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It was that easy. Thanks! :)

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