Enamelite Fluorescent Spray Glaze
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From Keystone Industries, Enamelite Fluorescent Spray Glaze allows for staining and glazing of ceramic units in just one firing, unlike many other glazes that require multiple firing. In addition, fluorescence built into the glaze aids in eliminating negative results in certain lighting conditions.
Enamelite will speed up the staining and glazing process As business owners, dentists are always looking for ways to improve productivity without sacrificing quality. In his CAD/CAM practice, Dr. Kevin Pursel knows that each step of the restoration-making process needs to be performed with accuracy and efficiency. Specifically, Dr. Pursel was looking for easy and consistent glazing of his CEREC restorations when he tested Keystone Industries’ Enamelite Low-Fusing Fluorescent Ceramic Spray Glaze for this Dental Product Shopper ev...
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