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a.1.Capable of being polished.
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I am so cross as I have bought shoes to match their description - all black, leather, polishable, flat, smart shoes - and apparently they are not in the policy.
The material is easy and quickly polishable to a high gloss and therefore is the perfect choice for all Class I and II fillings, cavity lining and core build-ups -- wherever a fast and a esthetic restoration is required.
The process inherits itself to have a little bit of a grainy surface finish, but the material is finishable, polishable, and chromable so you can actually design into the part maybe a quarter percent shrinkage in the larger area so you can actually polish it down to a mirror-like finish.

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