Dental finishing and polishing strips
Although the color is often considered the most difficult aspect of composite restorations, the finishing and polishing procedures are what allow dental clinicians to achieve the shape and texture that are just as important, as they are required to restore all the three-dimensional features that natural teeth have.
The final touches on a dental restoration can be the difference between a happy patient and one who walks out of the operator unhappy. When inserting direct composite restorations, the objective is to polish the material to produce a lifelike sheen, which may be accomplished with the use of specialist composite polishing equipment. These methods use rotary polishing equipment to complete and polish the restoration rapidly and effectively. Most systems come with a variety of polisher shapes for use on various tooth and restoration surfaces, and some even offer multiple levels of coarseness, enabling a multistep polishing treatment. Find a polishing technique that is both simple to use and produces the results you and your patients desire.
For sheer looking restorations, it is mandatory to use a good-quality composite dental finishing and polishing strips kit. Incorporate soft lex discs, swiss flex discs, grain disc system, interproximal strips, macro, micro abrasion brushes, diamond burs, rubbers, and silicon carbide brushes.
Dental polisher kit comes to followings list:
- Blue discs for gross reduction (№ 1.731/14) – 12 pcs, – green discs for contouring (№ 1.732/14) – 12 pcs.
- Yellow discs for finishing (№ 1.733/14) – 12 pcs., – white discs for polishing (№ 1.734/14) – 12 pcs.
- Blue-green strips for gross reduction (№ 1.050) – 25 pcs.
- Green-yellow strips for contouring (№ 1.051) – 25 pcs
- yellow-white strips for polishing (№ 1.052) – 25 pcs.