Well, it’s dentine (all dentine isn’t ivory, but all ivory is
dentine). Basically, treat the tooth material like a dense and hard,
but brittle wood.
For skeletal materials like this, I favor going down to 600-1000 grit
sanding, and polishing out with Zam. If you use a power tool to
polish, go light and pay attention to heat; it can and will scorch.
When it gets uncomfortably warm to hold, put it down and let it cool.
Ron Charlotte – Gainesville, FL