8A (short bladed) – Perfect for gingival retraction (to sculpt under free margins) as well as
for placement of
material on the tooth and sculpting facial aspects.
8AL (long bladed) – Great versatility! The 8AL allows you to get into smaller areas and can be
used for placing and
BROAD BLADE APPLICATOR (wide bladed) – If you have a lot of material to place, then this
instrument is for you. This
is a wider version of the 8A.
IPCL (long bladed, extra thin) – Thin and flexible; the IPCL allows you to perform a wide
variety of tasks. Used to
work interproximally and for precise contour and shaping in embrasure areas.
IPCT (short bladed, extra thin) – Excellent choice for working interproximally as well as for
packing cord. The thin
blade reaches under margins to hone and sculpt.
MULTI-USE – Use the MULTI-USE instrument to place incisal grooves in the body material prior to
addition of an
incisal-shaded material. It can also be used to apply and gently condense posterior materials – especially in
box areas of a Class II preparation.
M1 (ball burnisher) – Sculpt finite areas such as grooves, pits, and fissures with this
double-ended small and
medium ball burnisher.
26-30 (ball burnisher) – A ball burnisher on one end and an egg shaped burnisher on the other
designed so that you can blend material to margin for final contouring.
SP1 (super plugger small/medium) – This versatile instrument has a small and medium plugger used
composite materials, especially into the gingival seat and box areas, plus each end also has a round or angular
for carving occlusal anatomy.
SP2 (super plugger medium/large) – The SP2 is perfect for condensing larger restorations. Plus,
it has the same
useful edges as the SP1 for carving occlusal anatomy.
POCL (posterior occlusal contouring instrument, large) – The unique design of the POCL will
allow you to sculpt
secondary and tertiary anatomy including cusp tips and incline planes.
POCS (posterior occlusal contouring instrument, small) – Same as the POCL, but smaller! The POCS
is perfect for
gaining access to harder to reach areas.
IPCOAL (off angle long) – Get into normally inaccessible areas with this straight-bladed
instrument. The IPCOAL
instrument makes contouring and shaping both anterior and posterior restorations much easier to achieve.
IPCOAS (off angle short) – Just like the IPCOAL, only short.