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July 25th, 2007

From footings to finishes

Lasting Touch™ Nano-Technology Liquid Polish by Dentsply Caulk - Here is another polish to seal and make any composite restoration look even better. This new paint-on polish adds a smooth, shiny appearance to composites. Caulk claims that Nanotechnology gives this product high wear and stain resistance. It stays in place - without flaking or chipping - for months.

Lasting Touch is different from other polishes in that after it is light cured, the air-inhibited film must be removed from the surface with an alcohol pellet and the restoration dried. Another advantage is that it can be cured by any light source. This is a quick and easy procedure to create a high luster finish on any composite or temporary surface. Order from your dealer or visit for more information.


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