SuperFine Microbrush® Original series

Nov. 1, 2000
The new SuperFine Original series applicators are similar in design to other Microbrush® series applicators. The new SuperFine applicators also have the patented, bendable neck that makes it easy to put material in hard-to-reach places, and they are tapered at the end for precise application of material to extremely conservative restorations. The application fibers still are manufactured from the same nonabsorbent, nonlinting material used on all other Microbrush® applicators. The new

The new SuperFine Original series applicators are similar in design to other Microbrush® series applicators. The new SuperFine applicators also have the patented, bendable neck that makes it easy to put material in hard-to-reach places, and they are tapered at the end for precise application of material to extremely conservative restorations. The application fibers still are manufactured from the same nonabsorbent, nonlinting material used on all other Microbrush® applicators. The new white SuperFine applicators come in tubes of 100.

For more details, contact Microbrush® Corporation at (262) 375-4011 or visit www.microbrush.com.

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