Lasers

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AquaLite includes several unique and customer-defined features, such as an illuminated contra-angle handpiece, touch screen control with...
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Technology4Medicine’s LightWalker lasers are available in 3 models. The single-wavelength 8-W LightWalker ST-E Er:YAG laser is ideal for...
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J. Morita introduces AdvErL Evo, an Er:YAG laser that is effective for a wide variety of applications on both hard and soft tissue and is...
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The LiteTouch Er:YAG laser from Syneron Dental Lasers is indicated for non-fiber, hard, and soft tissue dental laser procedures....

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  • Julie Cullen

    Under the heading of “You learn something new every day,” I just learned that magnets can be used to hold dentures in place. They don’t require a specific path of insertion, making it easier for people with limited dexterity to insert their dentures. In addition, they don’t require abutment parallelism, soft-tissue undercuts can be engaged, and...

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    When Dentsply Sirona designed the Midwest Stylus Plus air-driven handpiece, they made sure to give users more power and more control. But you’ll also get a little less of something. Less noise. When we talk about more power, which is the result of a new rotor design and air flow optimization, we’re talking 30% more than earlier generations of...

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  • Allison Walker

    Last June, ClearCorrect launched two new ways for US doctors to pay for aligners: customizable Flex and full-featured Unlimited. For the first time ever, doctors who choose Flex will be able to purchase exactly as many (or as few) appliances as they need—single or dual arch. This pay-per-aligner option can save the doctor up to 70% in lab fees....

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    • Date: 07/16/2017

    Prior to placing the Mouthpiece within the patient’s oral cavity, moisten the Mouthpiece and the patient’s lips. Hold the sides of the Control Head between your index finger and thumb. With your other hand, fold the Cheek Shield onto the Tongue Retractor. Gently slide the folded mouthpiece into the buccal vestibule on the side to receive...

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    • Date: 07/16/2017

    How to Train Your Team on Isolite Mouthpiece Sizing and Placement

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    • Date: 07/16/2017

    How to Train Your Team on Isolite Mouthpiece Sizing and Placement

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