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bur·nish·er

(ber'nish-er),
An instrument for smoothing and polishing the surface or edge of a dental restoration.
[O.F. burnir, to polish]

burnisher

[bur′nishər]
Etymology: ME, burnischen, to make brown
a dental instrument shaped with rounded smooth edges of the nib, used to closely adapt, polish, or work-harden a metallic material to an underlying object, usually the margin of a gold restoration.

bur·nish·er

(bŭr'nish-ĕr)
An instrument for smoothing and polishing the surface or edge of a dental restoration.
[O.F. burnir, to polish]

bur·nish·er

(bŭr'nish-ĕr)
Instrument for smoothing and polishing surface or edge of a dental restoration.
[O.F. burnir, to polish]
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