Sharp Diamond instruments are micro membrane coated instruments, which are completely sharpen free. The new coating is composed using modern Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) technology, making the instruments razor sharp, extremely hard, yet smooth and light.
- Dual Gracey, combining the benefits of universal curettes and finishing curettes Gracey 11/12 and 13/14
- For all tooth surfaces
- Sharp Diamond sharpen free coating
Sharpen Free Sharp Diamond Instruments
Sharp Diamond periodontal instruments have a breakthrough, ultra-hard coating that keeps them razor sharp. Their soft silicone grips set the standard for comfort and tactile response.
Comfort and sensitivity
LM-Dental pioneered the use of premium-quality silicone to improve sensitivity and comfort. Our LMErgoSense handles make instruments lighter and more responsive in your hands.
New micro coating
Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) technology bonds a diamond-like micro-coating to Sharp Diamond instruments. Our fine surgical steel takes a razor edge and the PVD coating protects that edge, giving you a more effective instrument for longer.
Exceptional hardness and durability
Our PVD coating has a hardness of 63 on the Rockwell scale. This tough surface makes Sharp Diamond instruments resist wear 82% better than uncoated steel dental instruments.
Better instruments, better outcomes
Sharpen free Sharp Diamond instruments enable you to remove calculus without fracturing it. They’re ideal for all forms of depuration.
Sharp Diamond features
Sharpen free technology saves time and cost
Long-lasting, superior sharpness allows greater precision
Improved sensitivity gives greater control
Highest-rated ergonomics improves comfort and grip**
Reduced maintenance simplifies equipment procedures
* Leppäniemi J. et all: The influence of PVD coatings on the wear performance of steel dental curettes. Key Engineering Materials Vol. 674 (2016), 289-295.
** (1) Sormunen E., Nevala N: Evaluation of ergonomics and usability of dental scaling instruments; Dental scaling simulation and Field study, part III. Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, LM-Instruments Oy. (2) Nevala N, Sormunen E, Remes J, Suomalainen K: Ergonomic and productivity evaluation of scaling instruments in dentistry. The Ergonomics Open Journal 2013; 6, 6-12.