Ultrapak Cord from Ultradent is 100% cotton knitted into thousands of loops to aid in the exertion of gentle, continuous outward pressure, resulting in quick tissue displacement, detailed margins, and excellent impressions. It will not tangle in diamond burs and its bright color makes it easy to locate for removal. The cord is available with or without epinephrine.
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Not only does this retract well, it does not let composite get imbedded into it, so you can use it, scuplt composite right up to it, & harden it knowing you'll still be able to pull it out without having to go digging for litle stringy leftovers.
Dr. Michael Teitelbaum ,06/17/2014
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