Micronized diamond-based polishing paste with extra-fine grit (2 to 4 microns).
• Universal Polishing
Universal polishing: It can be used with all restorative materials.
Thixotropic effect: Does not run off, facilitating handling.
Soluble in water: Easy removal.
• Indicated to polish restorative materials in general and enamel.
Prepare the area to be polished, making it smooth and in the final desired form. If required, use sanding disks Diamond Pro (FGM), granularities G, M and/or F, or medium and fine granulation paste Diamond ACI and ACII (FGM), for finishing prior to polishing. This step is of fundamental importance, as the brightness will strongly depend on the initial conditions of the surface.
Put a small quantity of paste over a felt disk Diamond (FGM) or Diamond Flex (FGM), or directly on top of the tooth/restoration material, and polish. Repeat it, if necessary, until attaining the desired results
• 1 syringe with 4g.
An unsatisfactory composite restoration (class I of Black) was found in tooth 36 due to margin fracture, absence of functionally adequate anatomical shape, micro-infection in the tooth/restoration interface and color change. Both aesthetic and functional changes. The patient presented periodontal health with a wide range of keratinized tissue. At the probing examination, the depth of the sulcus was within the healthy standards. The radiographic exam suggested the presence of remnant carious tissue underlying the restoration.