Wax

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Almore International
Aluwax Dental Pro
American Dental Supply, Inc.
Austenal Dental Inc.
Beeswax
Bego Usa
Buffalo Dental Manufacturing Co., Inc.
California Dental Products
Coltene
Columbia Dentoform
Corning Rubber Co Inc.
Dental Ventures Of America, Inc.
Dentifax@fs:Di-Equi
DENTSPLY International
DENTSPLY Neytech
Dentsply Sirona
GC AMERICA
Heraeus Kulzer, LLC
Integra Miltex
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Kerr Corporation
Keystone Industries
MDC Dental
Parkell, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Renfert Usa Inc.
Whip Mix
Yates Motloid
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Easy to shape, does not bend up and burns without residue. High degree of security against deformation and constriction when bending....
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Patterson Baseplate Wax is a tough, pliable all-season wax that holds teeth firmly, boils out clean and will not stain. • 3" x 6" sheets...
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Ideal for boxing models, adheres to wax without heat.
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• Color change feature gives the technician greater control in placing wax during occlusal build-ups and adding contacts and margins •...
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Wax Foundation is ideal for implant case wax-ups, small copings and crown and bridge blockout.
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This high quality, medium hard wax is used for modeling in connection with crown and bridge technique. Easy to mill, but also to scrape,...
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• UL approved • Thermostatically controlled with 3 compartments • Designed for easy access to the thermostat • Thermal overload protection
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Waxiron from Yates Motloid is an exceptionally high quality product designed for smoothing, finishing, evening and carrying wax. The...
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Waxiron Handle from Yates Motloid offers the user exceptional comfort and provides an excellent grip. The handle is designed for use with...
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Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc.'s Waxing Unit is a compact, 3-compartment wax heating unit with an adjustable temperature control. It has an...
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UL approved Thermostatically controlled with 3 compartments Designed for easy access to the thermostat Thermal overload protection

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