Composite filling dental instruments are tools that are used to place and shape composite fillings, which are tooth-coloured restorative materials used to fill cavities in teeth.
Some of the features of composite filling dental instruments include
- Small size Composite filling instruments are typically small in size, allowing them to access hard-to-reach areas of the mouth.
- Precision tips These instruments have precision tips that allow dentists to place and shape the composite filling material with accuracy and control.
- Variety of shapes and sizes Composite filling instruments come in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate different filling needs and tooth shapes.
- Non-stick properties Many composite filling instruments are coated with a non-stick material, which makes it easier to place and shape the filling material without it sticking to the instrument.
- Ergonomic design Composite filling instruments are designed to be comfortable to hold and use, with ergonomic handles and grips that reduce hand fatigue during procedures.
Sterilizable Composite filling instruments are made of materials that can be sterilized to prevent the spread of infection and disease.
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