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  • Julie Schmitt

    Congratulations to the following innovative dental manufacturers for winning the prestigious 2017 Cellerant “Best of Class” Technology Awards! And a special shout out to Orascoptic as the first company ever to take home three of the awards. The “Best of Class” recognizes innovative dental technologies, and the winning products are selected by an...

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  • Allison Walker

    A recent issue of Dental Product Shopper featured cases by two dentists using Zest Dental Solutions products: treating a full arch with a LOCATOR F-Tx temporary prosthesis followed by a fixed F-Tx prosthesis; and providing a bulk-filled direct restorative composite restoration. A patient presented to Dr. Pär-Olov Östman with hopeless dentition...

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  • Allison Walker

    It’s getting to be the end of the year. You may be in need of some CE credits. If you’re interested in the implant variety, go to the Zimmer Biomet website and hover over the education tab. Your choices include the Zimmer Biomet Institute, live CE webcasts, on-demand web-based programs, and a virtual tour of the above. The Zimmer Biomet...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    Ask anyone who has dentures (or ask their dental professional) about how difficult it can be to remove them, and you'll probably be told that sometimes, it's not very easy. There are actually quite a few "How To" videos on the subject on YouTube, but it's not advised that anyone venture down that road...not yet, anyway. Now denture patients can...

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  • Allison Walker

    Zimmer Plastic Temporary Abutments provide support for temporary restorations and provide an esthetic way to manage soft tissue during healing. They are made of tooth-colored polymer that can be modified and bonds well to other temporary materials. Zimmer Plastic Temporary Abutments are available in straight or angled configurations in multiple...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    The numbers are staggering: more than 240 million people in the developed countries of the world are partly or completely edentulous. As if that is not enough, the edentulous population is expected to nearly double throughout the next 20 years as Baby Boomers begin turning 65 at a rate of one every ten seconds (or 3-4 million per year).1 Coupled...

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