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Ultra-Etch

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Ultradent’s Ultra-Etch is a 35% phosphoric acid etchant that self-limits its depth of etch, creating the ideal surface to receive resin. This, in turn, leads to increased bond strength and reduced sensitivity. Because of its idea viscosity and Blue Micro and Inspiral Brush tips, placement of Ultra-Etch is easy and precise.

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It’s Almost Here! Don’t Miss ADA 2015 – And Support the Mission of Mercy Event on Sunday

The ADA's 2015 America's Dental Meeting will be held November 5-10 in Washington D.C.  For...

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A Product with a History…and a Story

Inventors always have stories…of their failures and their successes. For example, Thomas Edison failed 1,000 times before...

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Gemini 810 & 980 Laser—Dual-Wavelength and Beautiful

I recently spoke with Dr. Michael Miyasaki about the Gemini 810 & 980 soft-tissue diode...

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Ultradent: Revolutionizing the Dental Industry

Innovative products, from whitening to curing lights, are among DPS evaluators’ favorites   If there is an ideal example of a dental company inextricably linked to its influential leader, it’s Ultradent and founder Dr. Dan Fischer. Necessity was definitely the mother of invention nearly 4 decades ago when Dr. Fischer was a young practicing dentist. In his heavily restorative practice, he recognized the need for some way to achieve rapid and profound hemostasis. He developed a product that predictably controlled bleeding and sulcular fluid— Astringedent, which became the first Ultradent product. “Ultradent, from the very beginning,...

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Tried and True


Case Presentation: Clear Aligner Therapy to Correct Overbite and Overjet

Dr. Shotell is a private practice orthodontist in Sonora, CA. She has conducted research focused on the remodeling of the temporomandibular joint with functional appliances using cone beam imaging. Dr. Shotell has an interest in dental ergonomics and taught CE events focused on providing clinicians with simple and effective techniques as foundational principles of ergonomics to help prevent musculoskeletal disorders. The following case uses clear aligner treatment for optimal esthetic results and patient satisfaction, while using manufactured aligners to minimize laboratory time for the doctor and staff. The patient is a 20-year-old female who was concerned...

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