A.S.A.P. All Surface Access Polishers

A.S.A.P. All Surface Access Polishers

A.S.A.P.® All Surface Access Polishers provide the ultimate high shine, and life-like vitality to your composite restorations in less than a minute – with only one shape.


A.S.A.P. Pre-polisher on anterior teeth

Dentistry and photography courtesy of Danièle Larose, DMD, AAACD

Diamond-impregnated A.S.A.P.® Polishers provide all surface access polishing and are ideal for use on all composite surfaces, lithium disilicate, bisacryls, most ceramics, and zirconia.

  • The A.S.A.P. Pre-polisher (purple) is embedded with diamond particles (44 microns) and gently diminishes small surface defects without affecting anatomy, and prepares the surface for a final high gloss shine.
  • The A.S.A.P. Final High Shine Polisher (peach) is embedded with small, 3-6 micron sized diamond particles to provide a life-like polish in as little as 20 seconds.
  • Autoclavable up to 30 times, A.S.A.P. Polishers can withstand wear while providing an efficient and consistent polish use after use.

A.S.A.P. Polishing chart Lawson Study

Proven Performance

A recent university-based study,** comparing the gloss produced by A.S.A.P. Polishers (Clinician’s Choice®) and Enhance®/PoGo® (Dentsply Sirona) found that A.S.A.P. Polishers produced a higher gloss results, after 30 seconds, than Enhance and Pogo did after 90 seconds.

Clinical Techniques

Buccal Polishing

Lingual Polishing

Interproximal Polishing

Labial Polishing

Occlusal Polishing

Incisal Polishing


Dental Advisor Editors’ Choice
and ++++ 1/2 Evaluation
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Evanesce Product Brochure.
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Finishing and Polishing Guide.
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“Facially Driven, Single Opacity Composite Veneers” by Mark Bowes, BDS Rand
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“Simple Concepts to Shape and Polish Anterior Composites to Rival Porcelain” by David Chan, DMD, AAACD
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Simple, Beautiful, and Predictable Class V Restorations by Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA
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“5 Reasons to Buy A.S.A.P. All Surface Access Polishers*” in Inside Dentistry with Dr. Sunny Virdi.
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*Originally published in: Virdi S. 5 Reasons to Buy. Inside Dentistry. 2022;17(4):44. Copyright © 2023 to BroadcastMed LLC. All rights reserved. Used with permission of the publisher.

gloss composites with two polishing systems report

“University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Dentistry, April 2022 Study on A.S.A.P. Polishers”
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Peter Jordan Talks about the features of A.S.A.P. Polishers
Achieving a superior polishing with A.S.A.P All Surface Access Polishers



Instructions For Use / SDS

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Dr. Danièle Larose
A.S.A.P. Polishers save chair time by quickly polishing porcelain and composite restorations in less than a minute.
– Dr. Danièle Larose

Dr. Parag R. Kachalia
A.S.A.P. Polishers elevate the results of my resin restorations time and time again. I feel as though they bring out the shine that is trapped within many resins on the market.
– Dr. Parag R. Kachalia 

A.S.A.P. Polishers are the fastest, most versatile and durable composite polishers I have ever used. Achieve amazing enamel-like shine in two simple steps without the use of messy pastes.
– Dr. David Slaughter, DDS 

A.S.A.P. Diamond Polishers allow for easy interproximal access on anteriors and occlusal grooves on posteriors with no destruction of anatomy. I get a great shine in less than a minute…
– Dr. Paul Custoreri


What are the sterilization instructions for A.S.A.P. Polishers?2019-05-10T13:02:45-04:00

All instruments should be sterilized in accordance with EN ISO 17664 and all national valid legal requirements.
Steam sterilization: Appliance according to EN 13060, validated procedure.
Category: S- or B-sterilizer.
• Holding time: Full cycle 5 min
• Sterilization temperature: 134oC
• Drying time: 10 min
• Threshold values of contents for feed-water and steam condensates
• Loading of sterilizer according to manufacturer’s instructions
• Follow manufacturer’s operating instructions

How long should I use each polisher?2019-05-10T13:03:08-04:00

Using a wiping motion, at 10,000 to 12,000 RPM, with light pressure and intermittent water spray 50mL/min (or damp tooth), apply the primary polisher to the restorative surface. A smooth, silky surface will appear in 20-30 seconds.

Again, using light pressure and intermittent water spray 50mL/min (or damp tooth), apply the Final High Shine polisher to the tooth, until a high gloss shine appears (15-20 seconds).

Which polisher gets used first?2019-05-29T09:00:22-04:00

The purple Pre-Polisher is the first polisher in the sequence. This polisher is used to gently diminish small surface defects without affecting anatomy and prepare the surface for a final high-gloss polish (using the peach-colored polisher).

How long will A.S.A.P. Polishers last compared to others?2019-05-29T09:00:43-04:00

A.S.A.P. Polishers are designed to withstand up to 30 autoclave cycles. Given that they are made with a robust binder and used for a very short time on the composite, they should outlast most spiral polishers on the market. Placing excessive pressure on the polisher, however, will lead to premature degradation.

Can A.S.A.P. Polishers be used on indirect restorations?2019-05-29T09:02:30-04:00

Yes, they can; however, they will wear faster on the harder surface.

Which specific cases might ASAP Indirect+ be a better option?2019-05-10T13:05:04-04:00

ASAP Indirect+ is indicated for all-ceramic surfaces.

Can I use A.S.A.P. Polishers both intraorally and extraorally?2019-05-29T09:03:34-04:00

Yes. While A.S.A.P. Polishers are typically used intraorally on composite restorations, they are also very effective on most ceramics, bisacryl temporaries and denture acrylics which are usually adjusted and polished extraorally.

What handpieces pair well with A.S.A.P. Polishers?2019-05-10T13:08:19-04:00

A.S.A.P. Polishers are designed to be used with a latch-type slow speed handpiece.

What is the difference between the Primary Polisher (purple) and the Final High Shine Polisher (peach) as well as small vs large sizes?2019-05-29T09:04:10-04:00

The Pre-Polishers (purple) are indicated for the first step of the polishing sequence and prepares the restorative surface for the Final High Shine Polisher. The Final High Shine Polisher (peach) is the second step of this simple procedure and provides the final high-gloss luster. The larger size 14mm polisher is the universal size, while the smaller 10mm size is great for pedodontic restorations, patients with a limited opening, and polishing near the gingival margin.

Product Configurations

A.S.A.P. Starter Kit:

  • 3 x Pre-Polisher Small, 3 x Pre-Polisher Large, 3 x Final High Shine Polisher Small, 3 x Final High Shine Polisher Large

A.S.A.P. 2-pack Refill:

  • Small: 1 x Pre-Polisher Small, 1 x Final High-Shine Polisher Small
  • Large: 1 x Pre-Polisher Large, 1 x Final High-Shine Polisher Large

A.S.A.P. 6-pack Refill:

  • Small: 3 x Pre-Polisher Small, 3 x Final High-Shine Polisher Small
  • Large: 3 x Pre-Polisher Large, 3 x Final High-Shine Polisher Large

A.S.A.P. 3-packs:

  • 3 x Pre-Polisher Small
  • 3 x Pre-Polisher Large
  • 3 x Final High-Shine Polisher Small
  • 3 x Final High-Shine Polisher Large

A.S.A.P.  Bulk Packs:

  • 12 x Pre-Polisher Small
  • 12 x Pre-Polisher Large
  • 12 x Final High-Shine Polisher Small
  • 12 x Final High-Shine Polisher Large

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