ROCK HILL, South Carolina--KOMET USA has introduced its third provisional instrument kit designed especially for dental assistants.
Designed in conjunction with Hollie A. Bryant, DA II, the Complete Esthetic Provisional Kit (LD0156), comes with four carbides, three polishers and buffs, two diamond discs, and a pop-on mandrel. The kit aims to make the dental assistant's work on provisionals faster and easier.
KOMET's GSQ bulk-trimming carbide (H257GSQ) is designed to remove the majority of provisional material, while an acrylic S-Cutter (H129E) is used for deepening the central fossa.
The H138E can quickly create secondary anatomy. Due to its long, pointed shape with a rounded tip, H257REF is well suited for interdental trimming.
A pop-on mandrel (310) is provided that allows the assistant to use a flexible polishing disc (i.e., KOMET's Composite Polishing System discs) on facial surfaces of the anterior provisionals.
A double-sided diamond disc (943.100) is for the fine separation of the provisional material, and a flexible, serrated, double-sided diamond disc (946.180) can separate and contour acrylics.
The cotton mop (9628.220) and the felt polisher (9629.210) allow the assistant to polish the provisional using a polishing paste. Finally, a yellow microfiber buff (9448.220) provides the provisional with a high shine.
For more information about KOMET USA or the Complete Esthetic Provisional Kit (LD0156), call (888) 566-3887 or visit KOMET USA.
To read more about KOMET USA, go to KOMET USA.
To comment on this product, go to PennWell Dental Community site.