Diamond-polishing paste

Nov. 1, 1998
Imagine a Diamond paste that stays put as the handpiece turns faster. In fact, the DiaBrite paste is said to become more positionally stable as the rpms increase. The paste comes in a block-like state (similar to jewelers rouge) and plasticizes as a felt point, rubber cup, or brush is rotated into its surface. The material adheres to the felt point, rubber cup, or brush as it polishes composite, porcelain, amalgam, or gold at 20,000 rpms. The IU diamond-particle size creates a surface polish un

Imagine a Diamond paste that stays put as the handpiece turns faster. In fact, the DiaBrite paste is said to become more positionally stable as the rpms increase. The paste comes in a block-like state (similar to jewelers rouge) and plasticizes as a felt point, rubber cup, or brush is rotated into its surface. The material adheres to the felt point, rubber cup, or brush as it polishes composite, porcelain, amalgam, or gold at 20,000 rpms. The IU diamond-particle size creates a surface polish unparalleled by any other paste-type polishing medium.

For additional information, contact American Diamond Instruments at (800) 537-7474.

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