LM-Arte™ Posterior Misura

Achieve high-end direct posterior restorations with ease and in less time.

This posterior version of the popular Misura instrument is designed for vertical measuring of composite layer thickness on posterior restorations for optimized thickness and occlusion. The fork-shaped tip allows modelling of the proximal wall to copy the height and anatomy of the neighbouring tooth with the presence of a matrix.

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LM-ArteTM Posterior Misura ARTE / ErgoSense (ES)
01-LM498-499ES

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What is LM-Arte?

LM-ARTE is a set of innovative instruments for aesthetic restorations. Developed in co-operation with Style-Italiano, a group of dentists specialized in aesthetic dentistry, each LM-ARTE instrument is specially designed for composite layering. 

They are made of high-quality and non-stick LM-DuraGradeMax supersteel with exceptional polish. Each LM-Arte instrument is colour-coded and named by its main function which enables easy, efficient and quick restorative treatments.  

LM-Arte POSTERIOR MISURA - What can I do with it?

Achieve high-end direct posterior restorations with ease and in less time. 

This posterior version of the popular Misura instrument is designed for vertical measuring of composite layer thickness on posterior restorations for optimized thickness and occlusion. The fork-shaped tip allows modelling of the proximal wall to copy the height and anatomy of the neighbouring tooth with the presence of a matrix.

  • FIG.1 The new posterior version of the popular LM Misura instrument simplifies daily practice. 
  • FIG.2 The fork shaped tip of the instrument allows measuring and modelling of the composite wall with the presence of a matrix. 
  • FIG.3 The other measuring end is designed to help ensure a minimum thickness of 1.5mm of the final occlusal layer of Body Shade composite to block out the color of the bottom layer. 
  • FIG.4 Using the fork-shaped end to acheive the same marginal crest height of the adjacent tooth. 
  • FIG.5 Using the fork-shaped end to easily eliminate excess material while controlling the height.  

LM-ErgoSense - The Pinnacle in Handle Evolution

Choosing the most ergonomic hand instrument can make a big difference in terms of discomforts and disorders when performing dental work. It is by no means insignificant what the diameter of the hand instrument’s handle is or what the material of the grip surface is. When holding the instruments for approximately 2,000 hours each year, the design, weight and feel of the instrument are crucial for the dental practitioner in terms of his/her performance and productivity.

As revealed in several scientific studies, hand instruments with thick silicone handles have been found to be more usable, cause lower perceived strain and to be more productive than those with thinner handles*. LM-ErgoSense® was rated as the best in ten out of fourteen specified usability features compared with the other tested instruments in a dental scaling simulation *. 

Feel the difference in your grip both while working and at the end of your day. Lightweight, elastic, and thicker contoured, ErgoSense handles are ergonomically designed to offer the most comfortable grip and exceptional control even in wet environments. To provide optimal rigidity and tactile feedback, LM’s proprietary metal alloy runs from tip to tip. LM’s durable, medical-grade silicone are color-coded for at-a-glance identification, and won’t change in any way through repeated cleaning cycles.

* 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.

LM-Arte Posterior Misura

Creating high-end direct posterior restorations.