Preventive Products Miscellaneous

Ashtel Dental
Beutlich Pharmaceuticals
Bite Tech, Inc
Bosworth Company (A Division of Keystone Industries)
Directa Dental
DMG America
Dr John Candies
Dr. Sharp, Llc
Drs-Best .Com
Element 34 Technology
Elevate Oral Care
Hager Worldwide
Hello Products LLC
Heraeus Kulzer, LLC
Leah M Nelson, RDH
Nuvora Inc.
Orahealth Corporation
Oravital Inc.
Oxyfresh Worldwide, Inc.
Periodyne, Inc
Philips Oral Healthcare
Physio-Control Inc.
Preventive Technologies Inc.
Quantum, Inc.
Thera Breath
Thermoplastic Comfort Systems, Inc.
Voco America, Inc.
Wm. Wrigely Jr. Company
Young Innovations, Inc.
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SmileGoods Patient Paks from Practicon arrive pre-filled with...
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Heraeus Kulzer announces the addition of V-Smile Xylitol Chewing...
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A breakthrough new orthodontic product line, SeLECT Defense, with...
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Hager Worldwide now offers xylitol in its pure, granular form with...
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Premier Dental E-VENT Disposable Fluoride Tray E-VENT's built-in...
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  • gail weisman

    The coverage of dentistry in consumer media typically skews to the negative. Fake dentists. Too many x-rays. Overtreatment. Flossing debunked. Well, the New York Times finally latched onto something positive with an article in yesterday’s edition. While the news that sealants do in fact prevent caries might elicit a communal DUH! from the dental...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A new handheld, pen-sized microscope could identify cancer cells in doctor’s offices and operating rooms, reports the University of Washington. UW mechanical engineers are developing a handheld microscope to help doctors and dentists distinguish between healthy and cancerous cells in an office setting or operating room. The pen-sized...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Xylitol, a sugar substitute often recommended by dentists to their patients, is safe for humans, but extremely toxic to dogs. In fact, xylitol, which is found in chewing gum and many other food products, is 100 times as harmful to dogs as milk chocolate, reports The Wall Street Journal in a recent article. “We’ve seen a dramatic increase” in...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    We’ve all heard of the countless dangers of secondhand smoke. It can cause cancer, asthma attacks, respiratory infections, heart disease, and many other health complications, according to the CDC. Now we can add increased risk of caries to that list of smoking hazards. If you smoke around your kids, you’re putting them at a higher risk for...

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  • gail weisman

    When you come across an article with this title—“Flossing your teeth can be a waste of time - and do more HARM than good, leading dental expert claims”—you just have to read it. So I did, in the UK’s Daily Mail, the conservative tabloid daily with questionable editorial integrity. But considering the source, the actual point of the article...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    According to Young Dental, their new SmartSelect Selective Polishing Paste is the first 2-in-1 selective polishing system that promotes enamel health through customized care. SmartSelect includes a stain remover paste and a polishing paste in a single-unit cup that fits inside a customized gripper for easy use. With 2 benefits in 1 cup, the...

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