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Composite Instruments

Composite Instruments

Composite plastic filling instruments are defined by having a handle and one or two active heads which are shaped in various ways.Some resin composite filling instruments have an active part in the shape of a ball, with a range of sizes from small to large, designed to shape and condense the filling material, another has the aspect of a spatula, designed to pick up material and put it in the cavity in a bulky aspect, also having various dimensions and one or two active heads. The acorn shaped active head instruments are designed to create grooves into the filling materials and to shape the cusps of the teeth easier. Plastic handled resin composite filling instruments have a better grip and can be easier used, creating a better access to the tooth that needs to be filled in.

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