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The optics are made from the highest grade of glass for unprecedented clarity and sharpness. The low-density Trilite carrier lenses ...
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GEM is an ideal choice for first time loupe wearers, students, and dental assistants who want all the benefits of magnification at an...
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Designed to protect staff and patients, natural extensions nitrile ultra! gloves are one of the thinnest nitrile gloves available,...
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EcoBee unveils the BeeSure SuperSlim Nitrile Powder Free Exam Gloves. These gloves are not made from latex protein, eliminating the...
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BeeSure face masks come in a style with a light peppermint scent for a refreshing wearing experience. Dye-free, chemical-free and soft...
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Gloves are engineered to provide optimal grip in wet environment. Xlim gloves are latex-free, powder-free, and are First Touch enhanced.
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Crosstex masks meet Low (Primary), Moderate, and High ASTM performance classifications, based on: fluid resistance, filtration value,...
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Crosstex masks meet Low (Primary), Moderate, and High ASTM performance classifications, based on: fluid resistance, filtration value,...
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SecureFit face masks conform to any size or shape face and provide greater protection with aluminum nose and chin pieces that reduce...
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SecureFit face masks conform to any size or shape face and provide greater protection with aluminum nose and chin pieces that reduce...
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Elsie G. dental lab coats boast breathable, 100% cotton pre-shrunk performance fabric that repels fluid, soil, and stains – including...
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No other PPE is quite as personal as a face mask. That’s why Kimberly-Clark KC100 Procedure Masks are made with an inner layer of So Soft...

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    We’re not out of flu season quite yet. While it peaks between December and March, it can go as late as May, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many people get flu shots, and many do not. Some people know when they are sick, and some haven’t a clue (or couldn’t possibly, as the case may be). As an oral health care provider...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I absolutely remember my dentist in the 1970s not wearing gloves or a mask. His hands tasted like soap and I could smell his coffee breath as he leaned in to look in my mouth. Never thought a thing about it until much later in life. If my recollection serves, it was the AIDS crisis of the 1980 and 1990s—and the story about the dentist who...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Believe it or not, it’s September already. For most people, this means summer vacations are finished, kids are going back to school, and the nights are starting to get cooler. But as vacations and beaches and campfires come to an end…it also means National Dental Infection Control Awareness Month begins! National Dental Infection Control...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Does your practice encourage good hand hygiene habits? Do you have hand sanitizer, soap, and water easily accessible for your employees? This may sound like a no-brainer, but these 2 factors are key to getting everyone to comply with infection control guidelines. A recent study found that workplace culture can determine whether healthcare...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    (The dental profession’s fight against periodontal disease reminds me of the lyrics of the David Bowie song “Heroes”: Though nothing will drive them away We can beat them, just for one day We can be heroes, just for one day When approximately 50% of Americans 30 or older suffer from periodontitis (stats from ADA and CDC), it really is a flip of...

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  • Allison Walker

    Whether your practice focuses on restorative dentistry, orthodontics, or implant cases, you need to take impressions often. You may have noticed that dentistry is now all about streamlining workflow without compromising quality or precision. Digital impressions do just that—while eliminating steps that introduce errors plus slow down the...

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