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Designed for digital sensors, yet compatible with PSP and film, expert DC has a 0.4 mm focal spot (the smallest in the market) for...
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Premium components and precise x-ray output result in sharper images while the eye-catching, future-proof design ensures comfortable...
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With intuitive and user-friendly functions, the BiOX has a wide color LCD with easy to recognize preset exposure times that can be...
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The MyRay RXDC's small focal spot (0.4 mm) guarantees consistently sharp images while minimizing radiation exposure to the patient.
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The PHOT-xIIs DC intraoral X-Ray Systems produce crystal clear radiographic images, while minimizing patient exposure to radiation. The...
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The Bel-Ray II X-ray systems deliver superb periapical images and employ simple, intuitive controls for exposure parameter settings. The...
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Midmark has combined all the benefits of the Preva DC Intraoral X-ray and ClearVision® high resolution digital sensor to conceive Preva...
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Preva 2.0 is comparable to Preva DC, the cabling and electronics are concealed within the X-ray system. At the elbow of the device is a...
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The Preva DC from Midmark is a high frequency intraoral X-ray system which provides unprecedented image quality. The effortlessly free...

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  • Allison Walker

    Efficiency is one of the top goals in any dental practice. Practitioners need to make sure that their office equipment delivers on that goal. Adding intraoral x-ray technology to their collection of quality dental chairs, units, and lights is the best way to ensure the most optimal set up. X-rays are an integral part of the dental diagnosis....

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A “gray area” is an area or topic that is not clearly defined. What IS clearly defined, however, is that gray market dental products are swooping the industry, and dentists and their patients need to avoid purchasing or using these potentially unsafe products. Patterson Dental is working diligently to educate dentists on how to identify gray...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A California firm, Carbon3D, is developing a new 3D printing technology using Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) that could help bring 3D printed customized creations to dentistry. CLIP harnesses light and oxygen to continuously grow objects from a pool of resin instead of printing them layer-by-layer. The printed object rises from a...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    I knew that I wanted to become a dentist when I realized that medical school was not for me (in my 2nd year). I still wanted a career in the medical field, but I also wanted to be able to combine technical knowledge with artistic skills. Dentistry is the perfect combination. A graduate of the University of Colorado and the “Carol Davila”...

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  • Allison Walker

    Many dentists and orthodontists find it hard to impress upon young patients how important it is to brush their teeth regularly, especially if they are wearing bracket systems. Teenagers and adolescents often don’t get that they could end up with white spot lesions (WSLs) and cavities unless they take extra care with their oral hygiene while...

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  • Marie

    The finishing and polishing portion of a restoration may not be the most important elements of a procedure in terms of oral health (although they can minimize plaque accumulation and the risk of staining and degradation). But to the patient, these final steps often matter the most. While the dentist has already done much of the technically...

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