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Acteon
Dentsply Sirona Orthodontics
Wall Mountable
Yes
Compatible Systems
All
XCP
Handheld
No
Model
Anterior Holder
Endodontic Holder w/Hemostat Tab
Holder Set
Horizontal Bite Tab
Horizontal Bitewing Holder
Periapical Holder
Vertical Bite Tab
Vertical Bitewing Holder
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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 Universal Duplicator from Rinn is an easy to use film duplicator for large format films, including cephalometric sizes. The...
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...
Film Duplicators- Mini-Ray Duplicator from Rinn is a battery-powered intra-oral film duplicator capable of fitting inside chairside...
The Pressure Pad for Slimline Duplicator from Rinn is a part used to replace the existing pressure pad in the Slimline Duplicator.
The Pressure Pad for Universal Duplicator from Rinn is a replacement pad for the existing pressure pad used in the Universal Duplicator.

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