abrasive strip


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a·bra·sive strip

a ribbonlike piece of linen with bonded abrasive particles on one side; used in dentistry to contour and polish proximal surfaces of restorations.

a·bra·sive strip

(ă-brāsiv strip)
Ribbonlike piece of linen with bonded abrasive particles on one side; used in dentistry to contour and polish proximal surfaces of restorations.
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It involves the use of hand piece driven abrasive strips with different configuration and abrasive potential the instrument removes enamel by back and forth shuttle action.
Abrasive strips that are die-formed to match common edges and intricate profiles, lock into the head.
These strips extend between and beyond brushes that work the abrasive strips into and around corners, fluted surfaces, hollow surfaces and small openings.