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American Dental Supply, Inc.
Austenal Dental Inc.
Bego Usa
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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    In the case of Bisco’s All-Bond Universal, “universal” means it can be used for virtually everything: direct restorations, indirect restorations, in conjunction with other materials, in any etch situation, and without needing any additional activators. This has to be the definition of truly universal. All-Bond Universal contains MDP monomer,...

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  • Lauren Fedorko

    DenMat’s soft-tissue lasers revolutionize the way doctors and dental professionals provide care. They promise patient comfort, production efficiency, and clinician benefits. For patients, the laser offers a healthier approach to tissue management, a more comfortable procedure, and a minimal need for anesthesia. The product benefits do not end...

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  • Marie Durett

    Using a heating pad can work wonders on sore muscles. Boiling water is the universal first step for a making a successful pasta dish. A glue gun warms a cold stick of glue before it shoots it out for your craft project. So often it holds true: heating material up makes it easier to work with. Dental composites also benefit from being heated....

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  • Julie Cullen

    What were you doing in 1962? Were you starting a dental equipment company that’s become an international corporation manufacturing some of the most innovative products in the profession? Probably not. But that’s what Louis E. Brooks, Jack Alpert and George Kauer were doing when they founded Air Techniques. And now the company is celebrating 55...

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    Kettenbach’s Panasil family of award-winning A-silicone-based impression materials is celebrating an impressive 35 years of being a world-wide market leader in the dental industry. Providing consistent, predicatable results, Panasil has gone through multiple advancement over the years. The Panasil line offers some unique features. Perhaps most...

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    The most recent (2010) national data on periodontal disease prevalence in American adults indicated that 50%, or one out of every 2 adults aged 30 years and older had some form of the disease. In adults aged 65+ years, more than 70% had periodontal disease. Men exhibited symptoms more often than women, and the condition was more common in groups...

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