The Polishette mini shapes are smaller and much more agile than most conventional polishers. This allows for superior access and precision. You’ll be able to provide your patients with the expert shaping and shine that they desire. As a dentist, you’ll also enjoy your job much more since these tips will enhance the ease of polishing. No longer will you have to fight with a large or dull tip to complete polishing.
Below are only a few examples of possible applications. Abrasive particles are equally embedded throughout both shapes, so the Polishette tips can be used at any possible angle.
The MiniPoint is ideal for easy access to occlusal fissures. Here, the red colored Smoother is being used to remove scratches and create a silky shine, in the fissures.
The MiniPoint can also be used for buccal fissures. Above, the green colored Remover is being used for final contouring of the fissures.
Using the MiniPoint for precise work close to the gingiva. In the picture we see an ultra-high luster being achieved with the violet colored Shiners. This creates an aesthetically pleasing appearance in the anterior surface.
Using the MiniPoint for approximal surfaces: Here, we see an ultra-high luster being achieved with the violet colored Shiners. This creates a beautifully shiny anterior surface.
Using the MiniPoint on lingual surfaces. Pictured above, we see the red Smoothers being used to create a silky shine polish.
The MiniCup is shown above being used for approximal surfaces. The smoothing and silky shine polishing is being done with the red Smoothers.
The MiniCup can also be used on the occlusal cusp surfaces. The green Remover is being used in order to bring the cusp into its final shape.
The MiniCup also works well with large surfaces. The violet Shiner is shown being used to create a highly lustrous surface on the anterior surface of the tooth.