The way the handle is designed is the best way to use the removable tips. It is a usual dimension stainless steel handle. The ends of the handle have patented, double undercuts that can help with maximum retention of the tips. This is the working end of the instrument. During use, the professional has more confidence. Even more so, the rounded end of the instrument will help direct the forces evenly along the fitted surface of the silicone. The rounded end will also help reduce too sharp of a working end that may puncture through the silicone tip while using it. The single use tips can easily be placed on before use and discarded after use.
The rounded tip is designed so that it will take guidance from the tooth when being used. It's aimed to be larger than the cavity so that when composite is being compressed there will be no pitting. It applies a universal pressure onto the composite. It will allow the operator to receive an ideal results for the lingual surface of anterior teeth and occlusal surface of posterior teeth. The round tips will allow you to pack the composite into the cavity without voids and gaps. This will allow you to get a superior marginal seal. You can be confident you did your fillings the right way and gave your patients the best
Additionally, if you wet the tip in some alcohol or bonding agent the rounded tip is perfect for burnishing composite before cure. This will give you beautiful fillings that are easily performed and avoid pullback.
The flat design is ideal for both class III and class IV restorations. Using a clear matrix only as a separator, you can now brush stroke your composite into the perfect form. It will only take a few seconds! Get the perfect composite fillings done no time. You’ll also use less composite and avoid waste. The flat tip will give your patients the best results without wasting time or money. Large defects can now be completed in half the time, and the composite will get placed without any voids. This seals all the low bonding areas with confidence.