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Style Italiano in cooperation with LM instruments is proud to present an essential, multifunctional tool to have in your restorative kit. This tool is useful for soft tissue retraction in case of cervical restorations, and field isolation aid, as a base to create the cervical margin of our restorations. This and more is LM Gengiva instrument. Il kit contiene: LM Gengiva holder; 90 Gingival retractors (30 per dimensione) LM Multilever - per rimuovere i puntali dal gengiva.
Img. 1 - Benefits of LM-Gingival Retractors: - The plastic tips allow certain flexibility to get better adaptation; - Perfect contrast with soft tissues; - Hardness of the plastic allows a strong retraction; - Personalization with burs is possible; - Disposable; - No bonding of the adhesive materials to the tip's surface; - No significant interference with polymerization.
Img. 2 - Retraction is always a challenge and mechanical retraction can be traumatic for the gingiva when not properly done. The use of special LM-Gengiva gingival retracting kit has many advantages over the traditional rubber dam and retraction cords.
LM Gengiva with rubber dam
Tips&Tricks about use of LM Gengiva coming soon.
Edges of LM Gengiva can easily be molded in order to better fit to the tooth to be restored.
ConclusionsWhile working in the cervical area all kinds of solutions must be possible. The importance of not harming the tissue and sealing the restoration perfectly is of utmost importance. The use of the gengiva instrument is useful not only for conservative dentistry but as well for prosthodontic work and as a perfect appliance to use together with the rubber dam as well.
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