Unique hand instruments work with difficult-to-handle materials

Dec. 1, 1997
American Dental Supply Inc. introduces Flexi-Tips, a unique type of hand instrument designed for application, molding and contouring of difficult-to-handle dental materials. The working end is a durable, flexible silicone tip in five different configurations for a variety of applications. The essence of the silicone tips is that nothing adheres to them.

American Dental Supply Inc. introduces Flexi-Tips, a unique type of hand instrument designed for application, molding and contouring of difficult-to-handle dental materials. The working end is a durable, flexible silicone tip in five different configurations for a variety of applications. The essence of the silicone tips is that nothing adheres to them.

The five shaped tips were chosen to provide the most versatility for the technician or dentist. They include a cup chisel, cup round, flat chisel, taper point and angled chisel.

Flexi-Tips are available in the complete set of five tools through your distributor. For more information, contact American Dental Supply Inc. at (610) 252-1464 or by fax at (610) 252-2822.

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