Restoratives | Cosmetic Accessories

SUB-CATEGORIES
Amalgam & Accessories(37)
Articulating & Occlusal Indicators(71)
Pins & Posts(132)
Restorative | Cosmetic Instruments & Materials(425)
Shade Matching | Lights(61)
MANUFACTURER
Almore International
American Dental Supply, Inc.
Bausch Articulating Papers, Inc.
Bausch Articulating Papers, Inc.
California Dental Products
Cbite, Inc
Coltene
Common Sense Dental Products, Inc.
DENTSPLY Sirona Restorative
Directa Dental
GC AMERICA
Holmes Dental Company
HPTC - Compliance Training
Integra Miltex
J & J Instruments, Inc.
Kerr Corporation
Keystone Industries
Microcopy
Nordent Manufacturing Inc.
Parkell, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Patterson Office Supplies
Pfingst & Company, Inc.
PREMIER DENTAL PRODUCTS CO.
Pulpdent Corporation
Reliance Dental Mfg Co.
StarDental
Sunstar Americas, Inc.
Trolldental
Whip Mix
USER RATINGS
EVALUATED
Sort By:
Show
products
View:
Add to compare
Articulating Foil TrollFoil’s built in handles eliminate the need...
Add to compare
AccuFilm I from Parkell is a single-sided articulating film. The...
Add to compare
Add to compare
Arti-Fol metallic BK 28 also precisely marks moist occlusal...
Add to compare
Arti-Spot® is a contact color for testing the accurate fit of...
Add to compare
Hanel Foil Dispenser from Coltene For 22 mm rolls Transparent With...
Add to compare
Ardent Horseshoe Style/Full Arch Articulating Paper from Whip-Mix...
Add to compare
AccuFilm II from Parkell is a double-sided articulating film. This...
Add to compare
AccuFilm IV from Parkell is a brush on marking liquid. This liquid...

You can select max 4 products to compare

Follow this category to get the latest articles,updates,and product information.

Content Feed

  • Julie Cullen

    Bite-Chek articulation film from Microcopy offers an advantage over articulation paper. Unlike paper, which can be much thicker, the thinness of Bite-Chek makes it easier for patients to closely completely, removing the possibility of mandibular reflexes distorting the occlusion. What you get is a small, accurate mark that makes it easier for...

    Read More
  • 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...

    Read More
  • Allison Walker

    The New Year is always a good time to analyze what worked last year and what needs work this year to make all aspects of your practice ring true, from its footprint to addressing staff concerns to the looks on your patients’ faces as they enter the building and leave after treatment. Balancing the highest quality of patient care and working...

    Read More
    • Date: 01/18/2017

    Customer Testimonial - Dr. John W. Harden Jr., Hospital Dentistry & Special Patient Care

    Watch Video
    • Date: 01/18/2017

    Dr. Lavine, The Digital Dentist: Co-Diagnosis

    Watch Video
    • Date: 01/18/2017

    Dr. Lavine, The Digital Dentist: Panoramic's Training & Support

    Watch Video