Diamond-rotary instruments feature safe-ends

May 1, 1997
Six diamond rotary instruments with safe-ends that are used for finishing porcelain and composites without scarring or lacerating tissue have been developed by Brasseler USA. These instruments feature a smooth, nonabrasive tip for finishing the gingival and subgingival areas of class-five restorations, as well as difficult-to-reach interproximals and overhangs. They are excellent for finishing veneers without leaving white lines. These instruments are available direct only from Brasseler USA, 30

Six diamond rotary instruments with safe-ends that are used for finishing porcelain and composites without scarring or lacerating tissue have been developed by Brasseler USA. These instruments feature a smooth, nonabrasive tip for finishing the gingival and subgingival areas of class-five restorations, as well as difficult-to-reach interproximals and overhangs. They are excellent for finishing veneers without leaving white lines. These instruments are available direct only from Brasseler USA, 300 King George Blvd., Savannah, GA 31419, or call (800) 841-4522.

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