Occlusal reduction diamond

Aug. 1, 1999
A larger occlusal reduction shape has been added to the company`s Neo Diamond line of single-patient-use diamonds. Shown to the left of its smaller popular counterpart (shape #2133C), the new shape (#2137C) is preferred for larger, modular-occlusal reduction.

A larger occlusal reduction shape has been added to the company`s Neo Diamond line of single-patient-use diamonds. Shown to the left of its smaller popular counterpart (shape #2133C), the new shape (#2137C) is preferred for larger, modular-occlusal reduction.

It is available in a coarse grit and a sample is available.

For additional information, contact Microcopy at (800) 235-1863 or fax to (770) 423-4996.

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