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A one-step multiuse polishing system, Dimanto eliminates the need to change polishers between the prepolishing and the highgloss polishing stages, as with multilevel polishing systems. Dimanto achieves a high surface gloss in one simple procedure without using polishing paste. The diamond-interspersed silicone polishers are designed for the properties and surface hardness of modern nanohybrid composites. The rigidity has been adapted to the high-strength restoration materials, but Dimanto remains flexible enough to easily polish complex surfaces. The polishers are autoclavable so they can be used multiple times. A precisely manufactured metal shaft allows for easy insertion into the contra-angle handpiece and permits the polisher to run smoothly, without vibration. Dimanto polishers work in wet or dry applications and can be used with or without water cooling. For precise and individual polishing, 5 different shapes of polishers are available: lens, small point, large point, small cup, and large cup. —Julie Schmitt

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Dimanto Composite Polishers, Large Point - 10/Pkg
Technical Specification
Color: No Band
Grit: Regular
ISO Number: 125
Package Quantity: 3/Pkg
Shank: HP
Shank Size and Type: Regular
Shape: KN7
Sku# 2382
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Dimanto Composite Polishers, Lens - 10/Pkg
Technical Specification
Color: No Band
Grit: Regular
ISO Number: 40
Package Quantity: 3/Pkg
Shank: HP
Shank Size and Type: Regular
Shape: Bullet
Sku# 2385
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Dimanto Composite Polishers, Large Cup - 10/Pkg
Technical Specification
Color: No Band
Grit: Regular
ISO Number: 30
Package Quantity: 3/Pkg
Shank: HP
Shank Size and Type: Regular
Shape: Mini-Point
Sku# 2384
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Prep It and Fill It! Esthetic Dentistry Made Easy

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ, May 2, 2014 ? ?We can?t fear change! Change is inevitable, especially as new materials are developed.? With more than 230 dental clinicians in attendance, Ron Kaminer, DDS, shared his wisdom on esthetic dentistry at the Updates in Contemporary Dentistry event.  Dr. Kaminer started with a discussion of how traditional principles in preparation design must evolve to match the prevalence of composite usage today, stating, ?A very good clinical skill set still is required to place composites. Cutting corners in preparation or restoration technique will usually result in some sort of failure.? Dr....

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