Personal Protection

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Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Keystone Industries
Live Eyewear
Molnlycke Health Care Inc.
Mydent International
Palmero Health
Patterson Dental
Pinnacle Performance Improvement Worldwide
Plasdent Corporation
Protex International Inc
Reliance Orthodontic Porducts
Seiler Instrument Inc.
Sheervision Incorporated
Sultan Healthcare
Temrex Corporation
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Ultradent Products, Inc.
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High-Resolution Loupes Orascoptic’s HiRes dental loupes provide...
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These durable side shields slip on to your glasses, providing the...
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Jewels Women's Series Protective Eyewear from Hager Worldwide is...
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  • Julie Cullen

    At the risk of dating myself and sounding like the curmudgeonly old lady always talking about how it was “back in my day,” I want to say a few words about eye protection in the dental office. Now…back in my day…my dentist didn’t wear gloves or a mask, let alone any kind of eye protection. And when I think about all the muck spraying out of my...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Dentists, dental assistants, and dental hygienists are notorious for promoting nutritious eating habits and a healthy lifestyle. It’s ironic that their own occupations are listed as the unhealthiest jobs in America, according to a recent article in Business Insider. The article lists 27 jobs that are most damaging to a person’s health, and...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Put your right hand over your heart and declare your allegiance to safety. Your patients and staff will thank you. The Safest Dental Visit Pledge: OUR PRACTICE: · Complies with current CDC Guidelines · Has an infection control coordinator · Fosters a culture of infection prevention and safety · Actively participates as an OSAP...

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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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  • Samantha Negraval

    I have to hand it to Christy Kroboth for one of the best story leads I’ve ever read: “When I first go my license I was only doing this as a hobby. I’d work as a dental assistant and catch my alligators on the side.” Now that's a hook! According to a story she wrote for BBC Magazine, Christy loves her animals, especially the gators of her...

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  • Jack Ringer

    What is the most common concern most patients think about when they visit the dentist? PAIN! When it comes to pain, patients experience both the physical component, i.e. receiving the injection, and the emotional component, i.e. the anticipation and anxiety associated with pain. A lot of patients face the dilemma of having a conventional...

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