Rhodium-plated glass mirror

April 1, 1998
Lester A. Dine, Inc. announces a redesigned front-surface, rhodium-plated glass mirror for intraoral photographic use.

Lester A. Dine, Inc. announces a redesigned front-surface, rhodium-plated glass mirror for intraoral photographic use.

The new shape permits the practitioner to capture a full arch in the normal adult mouth, as well as the standard buccal view, by using the opposite end.

Rhodium-plating provides the sharpest, brightest image so important when high-quality photographs are required. Mirror plating on both surfaces yields a longer-lasting product as both surfaces may be used. The edge is beveled for safety.

For details, call Lester A. Dine, Inc. at (800) 624-9103.

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