Micromachined matrix bands

Oct. 1, 2000
The Microbands are said to be the first micromachined matrix bands. The contact areas have been contoured and thinned to .0004O, a fraction of the thickness of any matrix material previously available.

The Microbands are said to be the first micromachined matrix bands. The contact areas have been contoured and thinned to .0004O, a fraction of the thickness of any matrix material previously available.

Wedges can be used to hold the gingival edges snugly against the teeth, but they don?t need to be shoved in forcefully. There?s no longer any need to separate the adjacent teeth in order to compensate for a matrix band that is too thick. Microbands are available in three shapes and in a slightly thicker (.0006O) version for burnishing.

For more information, contact Dental Innovations at (503) 224-4645 or visit www.dentalinnov.com.

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