Why Would I Want To Add Extra Services?
We at Goldman Products believe that you should be in charge of how your instruments look, feel, and work. To that effect, we offer many options for processing and finishing your instruments differently so that you can easily customize them to your liking.
We offer two different instrument-saving coating options in addition to our normal American-melt Surgical Stainless Steel to help you maintain your instruments.
Tungstenizing is a process by which you can extend the life of your blades up to 2-3 times longer (or more!) than a Surgical Stainless Steel instrument. A thin coating is applied to the face of your instruments.
Titanium Nitride coats your entire instrument tip – hygiene, restorative, explorer or almost anything else – with a thin coating of super-tough Titanium Nitride, or TiN for short. TiN is both an incredible non-stick surface for restorative instruments as well as a sharpen-free protective surface for hygiene instruments.
Custom Blade Finishes
Do you like your instruments thin? Thick? Short or long? No problem. We’re happy to hone your new or retipped instruments to a more suitable size for you, usually at no extra charge. Simply mark “Finish thin”, “Finish wide”, or however you want your instruments sharpened, on your order form.
Retipping an Instrument Differently
We’re happy to change your instruments up for you. If you have too many of one kind of instrument – or you just don’t like them anymore – send them in to us. As long as the instrument can be retipped, it usually can be retipped differently. Change your scalers into curettes, your probes into explorers, or your restorative instruments into other restoratives. All you pay for is the normal cost of the new tip. Please contact us if you have questions about whether your specific instrument’s tips can be changed.
If your instrument cannot be changed to what you want – no worries. You can always take advantage of our Trade-In Special and simply trade your old instrument for one of your liking.
As always, Goldman Products recommends that if you are interested in any sort of instrument modification, try the modification on just a few instruments to start with.