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American Dental Supply, Inc.
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Buffalo Dental Manufacturing Co., Inc.
California Dental Products
Dentsply International
Dentsply Neytech
Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM
Garreco Inc.
GC AMERICA
Handler Dental Equipment
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Kerr Dental
Keystone Industries
Kulzer, LLC
Lm-Instrumetns Oy
Matech Inc.
Nobilium Company
Patterson Dental
Pentron Clinical
Renfert Usa Inc.
Tak Systems
Taub Products
Temrex Corporation
Velopex International
Whip Mix
Zhermack Spa
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A cyanoacrylate reinforced premium resin system that has been specifically designed for the needs and demands of both dentist and...
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Fast and convenient Ideal for any dental technician who may require flexibility of working with conventional or shock heating...
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Orthodontic Stone from Whip-Mix is a hard, precise dental stone with a bright white color for maximum esthetics. Has a long working time...
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No need for bowls and vibrator, just shake and pour. Available in pure white orthodontic size units to accommodate users desiring a large...
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Partial denture investment material. Proven worldwide, very smooth surface, for gel and silicone duplication.
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High precision of the silicone duplicate models, optimal fit Long processing time Extremely smooth casting surfaces, high edge stability...
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Mixing liquid Sensitive to frost
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P.D.Q. Die Hardener from Whip-Mix is a liquid polymer that seeps into the stone die's pores to seal, harden and waterproof the die. It...
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The higher the concentration of BegoSol the greater the expansion of the investment material.
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Easy to break out and strong enough for ringless casting Smooth creamy mix and 6-1/2-minute working time
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Laboratory plaster is an economical white plaster formulated for general purpose laboratory use. Formula improved to provide a creamier...

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    Q: You’ve described sleep breathing disorders as a pillar of contemporary oral health care. Why should other clinicians see them as such? A: It is my opinion that dentists should be on the front line for screening and identifying those patients with sleep breathing disorders. There are countless adults and children who are afflicted with this...

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  • Alan Jurim, DDS

    Q: What does it mean to be a fully digital practice in 2018? A: In my practice, what it really means to be fully digital is more than just one element, such as intraoral scanning, photography, video, or digital manufacturing processes. What it truly means to be digital, in my mind, is the integration of how all these systems are working...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    By now, you’ve received the February issue of Dental Product Shopper, which highlights the latest innovations in direct restorative dentistry. Whenever we interview dentists about direct restorative materials, whether it’s a composite, cement, glass ionomer or other flowable, we always make it a point to ask, “What sets this material apart from...

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  • Marie

    Are you getting the most benefit from your ring? If you’re using the Microbrush ContactPro® Ring, you may see some differences between it and other rings—but did you know those differences impact how best to use it? The ring provides consistent clamping force and a strong seal, and is a favorite of California-based restorative dentist Dr. Troy...

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    Like most technological advancements in dentistry, composites have continued to evolve to the point where one product may be all that is needed to provide most direct restorations in the dental practice. Universal direct composites were developed to simplify the process of delivering highly esthetic and durable direct restorations while reducing...

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    “You don’t take care of your stuff.” That would be a comment I heard from my mother quite often when I was a child. And she was right. I didn’t put away my toys properly, so they got lost or broken, and I didn’t maintain things like my bike and ice skates, so they didn’t work right and I just shoved them to the back of the garage or closet. And...

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