Circlet and Standard Packing Instrument- Geyer 7A

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A unique instrument for horizontal and vertical measuring of thicknesses of composite layers on the anterior restorations. After the layering but before the polymerization of the dentine composite, the thinner, conical shaped tip is placed on the natural tooth enamel. This way the unpolymerized composite remaining under the conical tip will be gently modeled, leaving an optimal space (from 0,5 to 0,7 mm) for enamel composite layer. The thicker, short tip of the Misura is placed horizontally on the margin of the prepared cavity so that the edge of the tip remains on the original enamel. This determines the right amount of transparent composite to apply on the finishing line. As a result, the final aesthetic restoration consists of correctly calibrated opaque and translucent composites, preventing the unpleasant grey effect of the composites.




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