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AirStar was created to meet the need for dental-quality compressed air. Several items are critical to the most basic operations of a...
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The Smart +Air line is available in 3 different sizes to meet the needs of any size dental office. The line also includes a portable...
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Air Techniques’ AirStar NEO series combines Membrane Dryer Technology and integrated diag- nostic monitoring functions for a...
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Base Vac has announced that it has launched a new line of dental compressors in the US and Canadian dental markets. The compressors will...
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Behind the scenes of every dental office is the room that houses the air compressor and central suction. This is the physical plant, the...
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The quiet design of the RAMVAC Osprey compressor from DentalEZ Integrated Solutions, provides clean, dry, oil-free air in even the...
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The combination of the premium features and most trustworthy oil-press compressor head technologies into the PowerAir® Oil-less Dental...

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  • Victoria Jordan

    Air Techniques released the AirStar NEO air compressor and the Mojave V7 dry vacuum system during last week’s CDA annual meeting in Anaheim. According to Robert Olivero, Air Techniques’ utility product manager, these two products “will provide the practitioner with modern, compact systems that provide big benefits with outstanding performance.”...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Name: Nathan Vassiliades, DDS Dental School: Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) Years in Practice: 4 Specialty: General Practitioner Practice Location: Queen Creek Smiles; Gilbert, AZ Favorite Dental Products: CEREC Omnicam with IPS e.max CAD There are myriad new dental products being thrown at dentists with promises of fixing x, y, and z....

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  • Allison Walker

    Have you ever thought about all the things we’ve stopped doing manually in our lifetimes? And we still have too much to do? It is absolutely true—there is just too much to do, and only so much one person can accomplish well in a day. Emphasis on well. We are all subject to the fact that while workloads increase, staff size usually doesn’t. This...

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  • Allison Walker

    Panoramic Corporation has an interesting history. The story begins with Dr. Robert Stetzel graduating from dental school in 1953. He started a private practice 4 years later, after serving in the US Marine Corps. Although he only encouraged them to develop a good work ethic, his two sons—Mark and Eric—followed in his footsteps, but taking...

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  • Allison Walker

    For some reason, this topic made me think of the circus (whose spotlights are going out) and flashlights. Maybe it’s because I’ve been working in dentistry for so long, but if there is something I want to see in my mouth, or in my dog’s mouth (it’s true), I pull out a mirror and a flashlight. And then I invariably accidentally shine the light...

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  • Jeff Lineberry, DDS

    I graduated from dental school in 2000. I went to an in-state program and got a great education at a great value. The average dental school graduate at that time had a debt of $118,515, per the American Dental Education Association (ADEA). It was not uncommon to find a solo practice for sale and a dentist willing to “take you under their wing”...

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