ROCK HILL, South Carolina—Developed in conjunction with Drs. Thomas Schwenk and Marcus Striegel of Nuremberg, Germany, the KOMET SF8850 sonic tip for veneer-preparation finishing procedure is designed exclusively for use with the KOMET SonicLine sonic handpiece (SF1LM).To read more about KOMET, go to KOMET.The fine-grit tip is operated at low oscillation amplitude, which yields the fine surface necessary to provide a tight prosthetic margin.The KOMET SF8850 sonic tip is used after veneer preparation with matching KOMET rotary instruments: first, shaping with KOMET diamond bur 6850.314.016, and then finishing with KOMET diamond finisher 8850.314.016. Fine trimming, especially of the margin, is accomplished with the KOMET fine-grain sonic tip SF8850.Made in Germany with attention to engineering and clinical requirements, the KOMET SonicLine system comprises a range of sonic tips that cover a multitude of indications. This includes prophylaxis, crown-preparation procedures, and the opening of fissures, as well as the finishing of veneer preparations. Special tip labeling allows the use to easily identify the correct tip for a specific procedure, and laser etching of the order number on the sonic tips facilitates ordering of additional tips as needs arise. Tips coated with fine grain are indicated with a red identification dot. The sonic tips can withstand regular reprocessing in a washer/disinfector through use of a rinse adapter. For more information, call (888) 566-3887 or visit www.komet-usa.com.To comment on this product, go to community.pennwelldentalgroup.com/.