Introducing the ContacEZ Serrated Diamond Strip, the Proximal Contact Adjuster with Saw-tooth Edge

The latest addition to the ContacEZ Restorative Strip System, the ContacEZ Serrated Diamond Strip (Orange), is designed for use as an alternative to the ContacEZ Diamond Dental Strip when overly tight contacts are present or where there is a challenge in positioning the strip at the initial contact. This single-handed serrated strip has an ultra-thin and ultra-fine abrasive diamond surface on one side with a saw-tooth edge (0.05 mm).

Designed to be used prior to definitive cementation, this saw-toothed strip provides easy penetration into the interproximal space to separate overly tight contacts with the serrated edge. It also aids in achieving ideal proximal contact adjustment with an abrasive diamond surface.

ContacEZ Dental Strips are ultra-thin, therefore, you can use them between teeth to restore ideal proximal contacts of crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays without causing food impaction. Make sure to hold the crown in place and start to move the ContacEZ Serrated Diamond Strip buccolingually in one direction.

About ContacEZ
More than 30 years ago, Vancouver, Washington dentist, Dr. Daniel Kim began searching for a better crown seating method. He was determined to find a simple technique that would improve worldwide dental health care by enhancing patient comfort and functionality immediately after definitive cementation of indirect restorations, crowns, inlays/onlays, and fillings. In 2006, Dr. Kim introduced the revolutionary new crown-seating tool ContacEZ Diamond Dental Strip to dentists worldwide (www.contacEZ.com).

Since its successful debut in October 2006, ContacEZ, LLC located in Vancouver, Washington has been growing steadily. With a mission for better dentistry, we are continuously investing in research and developing new ways to deliver value to our dentists by providing excellent technical support and a total 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Our goal is to improve dental health care by providing dentists with devices that will enhance patient comfort and functionality immediately after definitive cementation of indirect restorations, crowns, inlays/onlays, and fillings.

The ContacEZ Restorative Strip System, the ultimate proximal contact solution, was introduced in January 2008:

  • ContacEZ Diamond Dental Strip (Black, 0.06 mm,fine abrasive diamond) the ideal proximal contact adjuster
  • ContacEZ Serrated Dental Strip I (White, 0.035 mm, no diamond) the interproximal cleaner
  • ContacEZ Serrated Dental Strip II (Blue, 0.065 mm, no diamond) the dental saw
  • ContacEZ Final Polishing Strip (Gray, 0.04 mm, ultra-fine diamond) the proximal surface polisher

About Dr. Daniel Kim, Founder And Inventor
Dr. Daniel Kim is an innovative dentist with an eye toward better dentistry. He has continuously sought to improve dentistry throughout his career. His most recent invention is the ContacEZ Serrated Diamond Strip. He is also the inventor of the popular dental instrument Super Plugger. He holds a variety of U.S. patents for numerous items ranging from dental devices to household items. Dr. Kim has also contributed to numerous dental journals and periodicals.

Dr. Kim has been practicing dentistry in Vancouver, Washington for 30 years. He is a 1967 graduate of Seoul National University Dental School. He completed his internship and residency program in Prosthodontics at Kwangju Christian Hospital in Korea in 1970 and served the following three years in the military as a captain in a MASH Dental Unit. Dr. Kim had a private dental practice in Seoul while working for Seoul Adventist Hospital until he moved to the United States in 1975.

Dr. Kim taught Crown and Bridge Construction as a part-time faculty member at Yonsei University Dental School in Korea from 1973 to 1975. In Vancouver, Washington, he was a volunteer instructor for the Dental Hygienist Program at Clark College from 1978 to 1983. In addition, Dr. Kim has lectured 'An Alternative Method of Ridge Augmentation Associated with Complete Denture Construction' in the post-doctoral program as a visiting professor at Korea University Medical School Dental Department from 1992 to 1999. Dr. Kim was also a featured speaker at KADA Scientific Sessions and Seminars in Los Angeles and Portland from 2000 to 2005. He lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife, Hooja Kim, a former college instructor at Clark College.