Burs carve anatomy in planes quickly without overcarving

June 1, 1996
This set of burs will do with any posterior composite restorations what the acorn burnishers did for alloy restorations-carve anatomy in planes quickly without overcarving. These burs are designed to be used vertically, making those second molars easy to access. No more flat anatomy because burs are too round or convex. This will put an end to the horizontal approach, which tends to remove too much material.

This set of burs will do with any posterior composite restorations what the acorn burnishers did for alloy restorations-carve anatomy in planes quickly without overcarving. These burs are designed to be used vertically, making those second molars easy to access. No more flat anatomy because burs are too round or convex. This will put an end to the horizontal approach, which tends to remove too much material.

For more information, call American Diamond Instruments at (800) 537-7474.

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