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Mirrors and Accessories(100)
Acuity Dental
American Eagle Instruments Inc
Buffalo Dental Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Centrix, Inc.
Denmat Holdings, Llc
EasyEx Sharpener
Essential Dental Systems, Inc.
Hager Worldwide
Henry Schein
Hu Friedy
Indigreen Innovations
Integra Miltex
J. Morita Usa
Kerr Dental
Lm-Instrumetns Oy
MTI Dental Products
Mydent International
Nordent Manufacturing Inc.
Palmero Healthcare
Paradise Dental Technologies PDT
Parkell, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Pfingst & Company, Inc.
Plasdent Corporation
Pulpdent Corporation
Sunstar Americas, Inc.
Young Dental Manufacturing LLC
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Pulpdent disposable Flecta mirrors allow clinicians to use a new, scratch-free mirror for every patient. The Flecta mirror has an...
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Disposable Mouth Mirrors from Plasdent Corporation are disposable, so you can throw them away after use. They come in a package of 48 in...
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Millimeter rule on end Eliminates the need for finger-type ruler
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American Eagle EagleLite Mirror Handles are manufactured from specialty alloys that offer optimal tactile capabilities combined with...
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Crystal HD Plastic Mirror Heads from Zirc Company are designed to reduce both strain and fatigue on the eye. These mirror heads are 40%...
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Crystal HD Plastic Mirror Heads from Zirc Company are designed to reduce both strain and fatigue on the eye. These mirror heads are 40%...
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The Ergo Grip Mirror Handle from Zirc Company has a user-friendly ergonomic grip that provides optimum comfort. The handle is...
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Choose round or octagonal handles, with simple stem or cone socket design Stainless steel resists corrosion Made in the USA
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Sunstar Americas Inc.'s Mouth Mirror is suitable for operatory and patient at-home use. The glass mirror provides a detailed reflective...

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