Buffalo Dental Lathe

March 1, 1998
The new Buffalo Dental Lathe is the ideal, fully enclosed sanitary lathe for safely performing polishing operations in the dental laboratory. The narrow profile, high-performance lathe shields the operator and work area from grinding debris and dust, and conveniently attaches to laboratory-dust collection systems. No more need for grouping conventional polishing lathes with splashers, dust hoods and safety shields - they`re all included with the new Buffalo Dental Lathe!

The new Buffalo Dental Lathe is the ideal, fully enclosed sanitary lathe for safely performing polishing operations in the dental laboratory. The narrow profile, high-performance lathe shields the operator and work area from grinding debris and dust, and conveniently attaches to laboratory-dust collection systems. No more need for grouping conventional polishing lathes with splashers, dust hoods and safety shields - they`re all included with the new Buffalo Dental Lathe!

The innovative design delivers safety, performance and compact size to polishing operations - all at an affordable price. Call Buffalo Dental at (800) 828-0203 or (516) 496-7200 for more information.

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