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This new precise, easy to use interproximal marker — ProxiChek from Microcopy, clearly marks the point of contact and eliminates guesswork when fitting a crown. It’s unique easy-grip handle reaches all areas of the mouth. Also for the posterior, it can bend 90° to allow maximum visibility when marking while placing the crown. The thin double-sided 19-micron film, provides tactile feeback for the proximal fit. It leaves a black mark thru friction just on the point of contact. This exact mark saves time when making adjustments, eliminating the guess and check practice, and risk of over adjusting the crown.
Proxi-Chek will mark all types of crowns, such as zirconia, porcelain, lithium disilicate, and metal. For best practice, dry both the crown and tooth surface before marking. Economically priced for single-patient-use, this the tool is convenient and safe. Packaged 45 per pack. This tool will improve your speed when fitting a crown.
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MICROCOPY Proxi-Chek A unique interproximal device that precisely marks contacts for an accurate crown fitting This product is easy to use. It was great to bend it in the proximal distal area. Anges Knobloch, DMD Des Plaines, IL The carrier made it easy to insert in contacts even in the posterior hardto- reach areas. Cary Goldstein, DDS Wickliffe, OH Excellent marker for contacts. There is nothing like this on the market. Pooja Saroha, DMD Woburn, MA ...
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Not every shoe fits on the first try. Similarly when placing a crown, not every crown fits the first time. When this occurs, the tight contact needs to be marked and adjusted. Some techniques for marking interproximal contacts involve painting the crown, using floss, or using a bulky articulation film holder that gets in the way of fitting the crown. None of these methods are quick and accurate processes However, a new, precise and easy to use interproximal marker is now available — Proxi-Chek from Microcopy offers a simple way for dentists to accurately mark contacts...Read More
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