Composite Instrument Series
The Dr. Ronald Jordan Composite Instrument Series combines Dr. Jordan’s original concepts with advanced materials, guaranteeing perfect placement every time, enhanced handling, and no pullback. The secret is the coating. The instrument tips, crafted from proprietary stainless steel for improved tip strength and outstanding flexibility, are saturated with a non-porous Titanium Nitride coating to ensure a non-stick, smooth surface for easy composite placement.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Titanium Nitride Coating for a smooth, non-stick surface.
- Oversized Contoured Handles provide enhanced tactile control and alleviate hand and muscle fatigue during longer procedures.
- Radel Covered Handles are non-slip, performing predictably with gloved hands, and won’t discolor with use.
The Series features eight unique instruments that will dramatically enhance efficiency in posterior and anterior restorations.
Item Number: 06101
Superior flexibility, perfect for labial, lingual, and gingival sculpting. Features hockey stick and beaver tail shaped blades, allowing for placement of material in a more delicate manner.
Item Number: 06102
Designed for initial labial compaction and sculpting, blades are slightly longer and wider than REJ #01. While not designed for fine detailing, blades are perfect for initial increment shaping.
Item Number: 06103
Excellent choice for working interproximally or for packing retraction cord. Thin, highly flexible blade reaches under margins to hone and sculpt. Use for delicate placement of composite.
Item Number: 06104
Designed for interproximal shaping. Ideal for shaping composite and embrasure areas of diastema closure restorations. Not designed for packing composite.
Item Number: 06110
Specifically designed for condensing into box preparations and carrying syringe material to preparation site. Features a paddle end and a condenser end. The blade is slightly longer and wider than REJ #02. Also excellent for contouring.
Item Number: 06120
Double-ended condenser, perfect for condensing material in all box form preparations, and applying composite via compule. Features two condenser sizes (large and small) to facilitate macro and micro packing techniques.
Item Number: 06121
Double-ended condenser. Often after composite is inserted into the tooth, another instrument is required due to the cavity width changes from the depth of the box into an extension of one of the fissures. This instrument eliminates the need for a different instrument.
Item Number: 06122
Designed for use on occlusal anatomy, the rounded ends are ideal for sculpting composite and pulling excess composite away from the cavo surface margin. Pointed ends allow for the delicate shaping of inclines.