SELECT™ Tip-Change System

June 1, 2000
American Eagle introduces its new line of hygiene and diagnostic instruments - The SELECT™ Tip-Change System.

American Eagle introduces its new line of hygiene and diagnostic instruments - The SELECT™ Tip-Change System.

The system uses a simple, threaded-screw mechanism to attach tips to the handle. Tips screw on or off easily with a "positive-lock" thread design that won`t loosen until unscrewed. An O-Ring securely seals the tip to the handle, allowing the instrument to be sterilized with integrity as a single unit, with results confirmed at a leading university.

SELECT™ offers many instrument-management benefits as well. The dentist or hygienist can mix and match the tips of their choice for truly customized instruments, simpler setups, and increased chairside efficiency.

SELECT™ instruments also feature American Eagle`s proprietary Talon Tough™ heat treatment for tips that are incredibly sharp and stay sharp two to four times longer than the competition.

For additional information on instruments available or the company`s money-back guarantee, call American Eagle Instruments, Inc. at (800) 551-5172.

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