Diamonds: a clinician's best friend

March 21, 2012

The sterilized, individually packaged single-use instruments boost productivity and reduce operating costs. Cross-contamination and infection control procedures and methods are enhanced during usage, while patients receive high quality care. The label features a red dot that indicates the diamonds have been irradiated.

The sterilized, individually packaged single-use instruments boost productivity and reduce operating costs.

Cross-contamination and infection control procedures and methods are enhanced during usage, while patients receive high quality care.

The label features a red dot that indicates the diamonds have been irradiated.

One box contains 25 instruments made from a special blend of diamonds. The diamonds are available in 115 different combinations of diameter, size and grit.

It is not necessary to clean  and autoclave Midwest Once diamonds. They are designed for single-patient use, ensuring sharpness and cutting efficiency that comes from a new instrument each time.