Denbur Light-Tip leaflet

Dec. 1, 1998
The Denbur Light-Tip is available in C type (Circular) or E type (Elliptical). Each uses the same technique. The C-type is useful for any type of Class 2 restoration, while the E-type is designed specifically for situations where a wider point of contact is needed, such as in larger preparations. Unlike the conically shaped C-type, the E-type has truncated sides where the contact is to be made. Two small indicators on each side of the E-type guide the clinician to the direction of the tip to be

The Denbur Light-Tip is available in C type (Circular) or E type (Elliptical). Each uses the same technique. The C-type is useful for any type of Class 2 restoration, while the E-type is designed specifically for situations where a wider point of contact is needed, such as in larger preparations. Unlike the conically shaped C-type, the E-type has truncated sides where the contact is to be made. Two small indicators on each side of the E-type guide the clinician to the direction of the tip to be placed in the interproximal box.

For more details, call Denbur, Inc. at (800) 992-1399 or fax (630) 986-9688.

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