Matrix Systems

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3M
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Temrex Corporation
Triodent Corporation
Ultradent Products, Inc.
Water Pik, Inc.
Young Dental Manufacturing LLC
Zest Dental Solutions
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Stainless Steel
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The V3 Ring's nickel titanium construction improves strength and range of action. Triodent's V3 Ring, a new sectional matrix ring for...
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Each ContactPro SmartBand has a clearly defined marginal ridge and is made of super thin stainless steel for contouring to the tooth.
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The structured surface of “The Wedge" permits optimum reflection of light and ensures complete polymerization of light-cured filling...
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Most of the SmartView Clip operates at the gingival margin, where forces are directed perpendicular to the tooth and down, virtually...
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Secure locking mechanism and instant release enable the retainers to tighten and release with precise, effortless action. Fully...
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Raformer® Matrix has a modern contour form for Class V restorations.
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Separating devices are no longer necessary if used in conjunction with the Renamel Posterior System. Plus, posterior composite...
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Ultra-Thin Matrix Bands are made of the highest quality medical-grade stainless steel and provide necessary temporary interproximal...
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Stop Strips from Premier Dental are mylar anterior bands used on class III and IV restorations to allow for easier light curing. Pulling...
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The system is characterized by its user-friendliness and contains the following components: Quick Rings made of stainless steel, for...
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The Original Tofflemire II Retainers provide easy insertion, adjustment, are able to handle any width band, and permit accurate trimming...
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Fendermate from JS Dental offers a unique solution for obtaining good approximal contacts for Class II restorations by combining a wedge...

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  • Marie

    Life is full of hard-working helpers who don’t get the credit they deserve: the digital video recorder that remembers to capture a favorite show when you forget it’s on, a sturdy phone case that prevents a smashed screen even after repeated drops and even the local barista who knows your order as soon as you walk in. It might be time to add...

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  • Allison Walker

    Sometimes a product name just strikes you as being perfectly descriptive of something. In this case it’s the process. Coform Matrix System from Directa Dental co-forms Class IV, and some tooth fractures, with you. You do it together! Coform matrices are preformed, transparent matrices made out of celluloid plastic that does not stick to...

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  • Julie Cullen

    CoForm from Direct Dental is a pretty nifty little product. It’s a pre-formed transparent matrix system that designed specifically to be used with Class IV composite restorations or when faced with a variety of tooth fractures. The technique is pretty simple. Fill the tooth preparation in layers like you would normally. Then, when you’re ready...

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  • John Comisi

    Q: You’ve described sleep breathing disorders as a pillar of contemporary oral health care. Why should other clinicians see them as such? A: It is my opinion that dentists should be on the front line for screening and identifying those patients with sleep breathing disorders. There are countless adults and children who are afflicted with this...

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  • Alan Jurim, DDS

    Q: What does it mean to be a fully digital practice in 2018? A: In my practice, what it really means to be fully digital is more than just one element, such as intraoral scanning, photography, video, or digital manufacturing processes. What it truly means to be digital, in my mind, is the integration of how all these systems are working...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    By now, you’ve received the February issue of Dental Product Shopper, which highlights the latest innovations in direct restorative dentistry. Whenever we interview dentists about direct restorative materials, whether it’s a composite, cement, glass ionomer or other flowable, we always make it a point to ask, “What sets this material apart from...

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