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Horizontal Bitewing Holder
Periapical Holder
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Vertical Bitewing Holder
Handheld
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ACTEON North America has introduced a set of ultrasonic tips for the Piezotome 2, Implant Center 2 LED, and Piezotome Solo LED devices...
The Pressure Pad for Slimline Duplicator from Rinn is a part used to replace the existing pressure pad in the Slimline Duplicator.
Film Duplicators- Mini-Ray Duplicator from Rinn is a battery-powered intra-oral film duplicator capable of fitting inside chairside...
The Universal Duplicator from Rinn is an easy to use film duplicator for large format films, including cephalometric sizes. The...
The Pressure Pad for Universal Duplicator from Rinn is a replacement pad for the existing pressure pad used in the Universal Duplicator.
Film Duplicators- Mini-Ray Duplicator from Rinn is a battery-powered intra-oral film duplicator capable of fitting inside chairside...
Film Duplicators- Slimline Duplicator from Rinn is a film duplicator that is used for all films up to full-mouth surveys and panoramic...

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