Single-patient-use, diamond-instrument line extended

April 1, 1996
Two pointed cone shapes have been added to the company`s economical NEO DIAMOND line of single-patient-use, diamond instruments. Referred to as #1310.3 and #1314.8 shapes, the instruments are available in coarse, medium and fine grit. The complete line includes 46 shapes, in various grits, with friction-grip shanks.

Two pointed cone shapes have been added to the company`s economical NEO DIAMOND line of single-patient-use, diamond instruments. Referred to as #1310.3 and #1314.8 shapes, the instruments are available in coarse, medium and fine grit. The complete line includes 46 shapes, in various grits, with friction-grip shanks.

For additional information, including free samples, call 800-235-1863 (Atlanta) or circle the number below on the reader service card located at the back of the magazine.

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