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Pursonic's S1 Portable UV Toothbrush Sanitizer can be used to kill up to 99.9% of bacterium on toothbrushes. The sanitizer is' a...
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Pursonic's S2 multiple toothbrush sanitizer uses a germicidal UV bulb to kill bacterium left behind on brush heads and can accommodate up...
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  • Julie Schmitt

    At least 60% of toothbrushes were contaminated with fecal coliforms in a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). The coliforms settle on a toothbrush, the data revealed, after spreading through the air as a result of actions such as flushing the toilet. From a 6/2/15 ASM Press Release: “The main...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    What’s in a disinfectant? The better question is “what’s in the formula?” Disinfectants are a crucial part of any operatory cleaning regimen. Their chemical compounds are the key to achieving a clean surface that’s disinfected well beyond what soap and water can do, but therein lies the rub—you have to be careful about the toxicity of chemicals...

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    • Date: 08/14/2018

    Troy Schmedding, DDS talks about Microbrush International's new ContactPro® Matrix System for Class II restorations.

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    • Date: 08/14/2018

    John Gammichia, DMD discusses the benefits of Microbrush International's ContactPro® Matrix Ring, and how to get started with the ContactPro® Matrix System for Class II restorations.

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  • Marie

    Think about when you last purchased a set of loupes. What factors went into your decision to purchase? Likely cost was a factor – you’re not alone if you’re using hand-me-down loupes or if you scaled back in quality to save some cash. However, loupes, as extensions of your eyes, are worthy of some investment—both in the time it takes to find a...

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  • Marie

    If you spend lots of time looking down at your phone, you may be at risk for developing a stress injury called “text neck.” The injury is caused by extended periods of poor neck posture, and continues to grow as a health concern in the digital age, as it can cause permanent damage to the neck, back and even other areas of the body. However, even...

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