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#1 posted 10-15-2017 07:59 PM

Not a toy! They are still used in dental labs. The labs poor plaster into rubbery molds of the patients teeth. The plaster casts are sawn apart so the individual tooth that is getting work done is easier to handle. Especially when making a crown or bridge. A single blade lasts forever in plaster. You can imagine a large saw would really be a pain when trying to work on something that small as well. Ask your dentist to order a blade for you or at least show you a catalog.


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