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.
Sharp Diamond sharpen free coating
For all tooth surfaces
Longer shank and smaller lateral bending than in LM-SharpJack
Opposites attract. This holds true with high-quality, periodontal instruments. Optimally they are razor sharp, extremely hard, yet smooth and light. A new micro membrane coating made using modern Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) technology enables LM to create LM Sharp Diamond™ instruments with the optimum combination of these features. LM Sharp Diamonds™ are completely sharpen free, tough but refined, offering unique benefits for you and your patient.
Sharpen free micro coating
You will enjoy full control and improved tactile sense, while easily shaving off calculus instead of fracturing it.
Savings of time & money
Long-lasting superior sharpness
Highest rated ergonomics with sensational grip*
Improved productivity & clinical results
The sharpen free instruments are especially suitable for clinicians who want ergonomic, high quality hand instruments that naturally feels good in the hand, but also want to minimize the time spent maintaining dental instruments. Instruments with LM Sharp Diamond™coating can be used like normal instruments and are suitable for all forms of depuration.
Hardness contributes to the durability of the instrument. LM Sharp Diamond™ reach hardness of over 63 on Rockwell scale.
Reference studies: * (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. ** Leppäniemi J. et all: The influence of PVD coatings on the wear performance of steel dental currettes. Key Engineering Materials Vol. 674 (2016), 289-295.