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Composite Material Organizers from Plasdent Corporation stores and...
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Kids enjoy having their cavities filled with their choice of 4...
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Brush & Sculpt eliminates sticky composite pullback, making it much...
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Kuraray's CLEARFIL MAJESTY Esthetic is a light-cure, radiopaque...
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Because Ti-Core Flow+ cuts like dentin, there is no worry about...
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MODELING RESIN is a light-curbable, low-viscosity microfilled resin...
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BisCover LV from BISCO is a low-viscosity, light-cured resin...
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PRO-V is BISCO's line of provisional materials addressing...
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PREAT’s Gingivamoll is a flexible, silicone rubber removable...
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Seamfree is a wetting resin that has been designed to make the...
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Vista Dental Products is revolutionizing the delivery of composite...
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BISCO's Characterization Tints are intense, light-cured low...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Make dispensing composite easier on your hands while improving your final restorations. Centrix’s new HeatSleeve Self-Heating Composite Warmer quickly warms composites to a more ‘flowable’ state, easily adapting to surface irregularities, reducing voids and spaces. And, according to Centrix, heating the composite makes composite dispensing 68%...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I would imagine that dental material versatility is critical to most dentists. You want products that work well with other products and aren’t stymied by the conditions of the oral environment. I hear a lot about TheraCal LC from Bisco. At first I didn’t understand what it did, but it’s clear to me now that it does a whole lot. For example, it...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Zest Anchors, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of overdenture attachments, announced today that it will acquire Danville Materials, a leading manufacturer of restorative consumables and small equipment for the dental market. Steve Schiess, Zest's CEO, had this to say in a press release: For more than 40 years, Zest has been a...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    We’ve all heard of the countless dangers of secondhand smoke. It can cause cancer, asthma attacks, respiratory infections, heart disease, and many other health complications, according to the CDC. Now we can add increased risk of caries to that list of smoking hazards. If you smoke around your kids, you’re putting them at a higher risk for...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Leaving a path of destruction from the Caribbean to the United States, Hurricane Matthew hit the southeastern U.S. hard as it moved very close to the coasts of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina a couple weeks ago. The American Dental Association Foundation wants to help U.S. dentists who were affected by Hurricane Matthew. The...

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  • Brian Donahue

    Hundreds of dentists, hygienists, staff, and students are getting more than a lesson in better dentistry at Booth 2000 during this year’s ADA show. By taking a brief, hands-on course in isolation, courtesy of Thomas Hirsch, DDS, and the team at Isolite Systems, graduates also come away with a free Isovac system. I attended Isolite University...

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