Accessories

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XRay Apron Hangers(6)
XRay Aprons(29)
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XRay Positioning and Holding Devices Disposable(39)
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XRay Viewers(11)
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Dentsply Rinn
Flow Dental
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Practicon
Vita North America
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Handheld
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Holder Set
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Periapical Holder
Vertical Bite Tab
Vertical Bitewing Holder
Wall Mountable
Yes
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The Uni-Hanger by Flow/Wolf Xray is a space saver that allows you to hang protective aprons on a wall hook or in a conventional closet. ...
The Apron Hanger from Rinn features a heavy-duty, white epoxy-coated steel. The mounting hardware for this apron is included with the...
VITA In-Ceram® Zirconia for inLab, with its very high strength, is indicated for single unit posterior and three-unit posterior bridges....
Kerr Corporation’s X-ray Apron Hanger features a wall mount design and will hold more than one apron at a time. Designed from sturdy...
VITA In-Ceram® Zirconia for inLab, with its very high strength, is indicated for single unit posterior and three-unit posterior bridges....
Because it has a single vertical support bracket, the hanger only requires anchorage to 1 wall stud for maximum security and placement...

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