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OptraSculpt / OptraSculpt Pad

Non-stick instruments for faster more precise contouring of composite in the anterior and posterior.

OptraSculpt Next Generation

Time saving instrument for efficient contouring of composite restorations. The instrument consists of a high-quality autoclavable handle as well as specially designed disposable modelling tips in three different shapes.

The new instrument includes:

  • Three attachment shapes for the professional creation of anatomical tooth structures: ball, pointed tip, chisel
  • Optimum working angle for the posterior region
  • Hygienic dispenser box for easy access to attachments

Advantages:

  • Easy adaptation: Non-stick properties reduce the stickiness of the composite versus the instrument
  • Professional esthetics: No marks left by the instrument on the restoration surface
  • High efficiency: Efficient, easy contouring due to specially adjusted attachment shapes. Reduces effort in finishing and polishing

Indications:

Adaptation, shaping and contouring of uncured sculptable composite restoratives. OptraSculpt is particularly suitable for the sculpting and contouring of Class I, II and V restorations.

OptraSculpt Pad

OptraSculpt Pad is a contouring instrument with special foam pad attachments, which is designed for the efficient, non-stick forming and shaping of composites.

The highly flexible synthetic foam pads optimally adjust to the anatomical contours and allow a smooth modelling, without leaving any unwanted marks. The reference scales on the instrument handle assist in the creation of esthetic and anatomically-correct restorations.

Advantages

  • The non-stick surface of the foam pad attachments prevents the adhesion of composite resins
  • The instrument does not leave any marks and therefore ensures the creation of even surfaces
  • The reference scales on the instrument handle ensure professional esthetic results

Indications

  • Suitable for adapting, shaping and contouring uncured packable composite and compomer materials in Class III, IV and V restorations and direct laminate veneers