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Diamon-All premium cutting instruments are made of uniform size diamonds bonded together with a non-contaminating...See more organic binder. Its superfine grade is ideal for grinding on delicate areas like thin porcelain margins and pressable ceramics but is aggressive enough for fast reduction. Available from LEACH AND DILLON PRODUCTS, a division of American Dental Supply, Diamon-All also keeps porcelain cool when grinding and stays clog-free.
AMERICAN DENTAL SUPPLY's Sinbrio is a thin, opaque, fast-drying liquid that, when painted on a die, renders the...See more die surface flat and non-reflective, preventing reflections from the die surface from being captured during laser scanning and duplicated during the milling process. The film thickness of a thin coat on a non-porous surface is approximately 5 microns, so fine surface detail is not lost. Sinbrio is safe to use in your lab with no dangerous fumes or powders. Not a pressurized aerosol, there are less shipping restrictions and no waste or overspray. It is available in 2- or 4-oz bottles, and comes with a Flexi-Tip/Kolinsky sable brush.
Perfect Match, AMERICAN DENTAL SUPPLY's new diamond polishing compound for hard metal alloys, ceramics and filled...See more composites, produces an excellent finish in seconds and is easily removed with warm water. Designed for intraoral or extra-oral polishing, it's also ideal for polishing adjusted areas and contact points on porcelain or all ceramic restorations. Controlled particle size distribution guarantees no large particles or agglomerates to scratch the restoration and the material clings to fibers of the bristle brush or felt wheel and resists spattering. Made in the U.S., the hard, high-concentration paste is available in a 6-gm jar in three grit sizes: medium, fine and super fine.
While rising gold prices have convinced some participants of LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey to incorporate alloy surcharges, others are trying to simplify pricing with flat rates for certain restorations.
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