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Brasseler USA® introduces the new DiaComp™ Feather Lite™

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Brasseler USA has announced the expansion of its Feather Lite line of polishers with a new intra-oral composite polisher, the DiaComp Feather Lite. 

Brasseler USA has announced the expansion of its Feather Lite line of polishers with a new intra-oral composite polisher, the DiaComp Feather Lite

DiaComp Feather Lite is a two-step diamond infused polishing system that reportedly provides consistent and reliable results for the polishing of the widest variety of composite materials. It is reportedly versatile and works well on all types of classic restorative composite materials as well as new hybrid composites.

The finger design and flexible spirals of the DiaComp Feather Lite create an esthetically pleasing enamel-like finish, while respecting existing surface differentiation. In addition, the DiaComp Feather Lite delivers a high-shine luster on surfaces, including hard-to-reach locations such as the occlusion region, leaving behind a complete finished surface area.

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The DiaComp Feather Lite works most efficiently at lower speed ranges (5,000-6,000 rpm) while using light pressure. After using the ET® Carbides and Diamonds to finish your composites, using Diacomp Feather Lite will maintain surface differentiation and restore a natural finish.

Using the DiaComp Feather Lite results in well-polished restorations that resist the formation of plaque, calculus and staining, are easily cleaned, minimize irritation of soft tissue, and considerably increase the durability and service life of the restoration. 

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