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  • Samantha Negraval

    A dental product is only as effective as a clinician’s ability to properly use it. Keystone Industries is a manufacturer that recognizes the importance of product education to the user’s success. In line with its goal to provide total customer satisfaction, Keystone has created an educational video series called “In the Know.” This exclusive...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I can only imagine how mortifying it must be to have a broken denture or partial. My immediate thought would be that I want it fixed fast and I want it to look good and be strong. To get all of those elements requires skill and the right tools and materials. PREAT has two materials for the repair of dentures: eFiber and Perma Mesh. PREAT is the...

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  • Allison Walker

    If a patient needs tooth replacements in several areas of the mouth, Clearmet from Keystone Industries offers a metal-free, monomer-free alternative to traditional partial dentures. Some patients object to the taste or metal or may be allergic to various alloys. The Clearmet clear thermoplastic resin was designed for biocompatibility and has...

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  • Allison Walker

    Along with preparing ceramics, enamel, and dentin in one application, eliminating hydrofluoric acid, and offering a 3-year shelf life, Interface can also repair the “white lines” that sometimes form along the enamel margins of restorations, especially in posterior regions. Enamel “takes a beating” occlusally and/or lingually in some patients,...

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  • Allison Walker

    I’ve always been intrigued by the steps and esthetic results of the tooth-making process. The staining and glazing technique for all-ceramic restorations can be quite labor intensive. Some ceramic glazes have to be fired multiple times for the best results. Keystone Industries has simplified the process down to one glazing/firing step with...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Whether it’s football season or hockey, tennis or boxing, gymnastics or volleyball, it’s always mouthguard season. In fact, during a single athletic season athletes have a 1 in 10 chance of suffering a facial or dental injury, and 5 million teeth are lost every year in sports-related injuries, according to this video from Keystone Industries. ...

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