Composculp

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Overview

FACT

Proficient and meticulous attention to detail are required when constructing an aesthetic restoration.

CHALLENGE

It can be difficult to identify the optimal set of instrumentation needed for placement, sculpting and shaping composite material.

SOLUTION

The CompoSculp instrument set consists of an array of working end designs to aid in superior restoration achievement.

Points of Performance

  • Remarkable Restorations
    Highly polished stainless steel working ends resist composite material, ensuring a stunning final restoration.

  • Reliable Hu-Friedy Quality
    Working ends crafted with Immunity Steel® alloy, an optimal blend of carbon and chromium providing strength and resisting corrosion.

  • Color-Coding Indicators
    Each CompoSculp instrument exhibits a color identifier, ensuring the desired instrument is at hand.

  • Lightweight Handles
    Durable ResinEight® and sleek Smooth handle options allow for maximum comfort, reduced hand fatigue and an increased level of tactile control.*


*Source: Gerwatowski, L.J., McFall, D.B., Stach, D.: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Risk Factors and Preventive Strategies for the Dental Hygienist. Journal of Dental Hygiene, February 1992.

About Dr. Dietschi

Dr Didier Dietschi was licensed in 1984 and got his doctoral and Privat Docent degrees in 1988 and 2004, respectively, at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He also got a PhD degree in 2003 at the University of ACTA, Netherlands. Following a 6-year period of full time teaching and research activity in Operative Dentistry and Periodontology, he started a part time activity in a private office in Geneva, dedicated to aesthetic restorative dentistry. He holds now positions of adjunct Professor at CASE Western University (USA) and senior lecturer at the University of Geneva.

Dr. Dietschi has published more than 95 clinical and scientific papers and book chapters on adhesive and aesthetic restorations; he also co-authored the book “Adhesive Metal-free Restorations”, edited in 1997 by Quintessence and translated in 7 languages. Dr. Dietschi is lecturing internationally on adhesive & aesthetic restorations.

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