The Addler Dental Plastic Filling Instrument is a dental tool that is used in restorative dentistry to place and shape dental filling materials, such as composite resin or glass ionomer cement, in cavities or other areas of the teeth that have been damaged or decayed.
The plastic filling instrument has a narrow, tapered tip that allows the dentist to precisely place and shape the filling material in the cavity. The tip is typically made of plastic or composite resin, which is non-abrasive and gentle on the tooth structure, reducing the risk of damage to the surrounding enamel.
The handle of the instrument is typically made of stainless steel or other durable material and is designed to provide a comfortable grip for the dentist during the dental procedure. The handle may also be textured or contoured to provide additional control and precision.
Overall, the Addler Dental Plastic Filling Instrument is a safe and effective tool for restorative dental procedures, helping to ensure that dental fillings are placed accurately and with minimal damage to the surrounding tooth structure. Its non-abrasive tip and comfortable grip make it a popular choice among dentists for restorative dentistry procedures.