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Dentsply Sirona Orthodontics
Flow Dental
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The X-Ray Hanger Clip by Flow/Wolf Xray is a film developing hanger that holds groups of X-ray films during tank processing. It features...
The Ceph Flim Hanger from Rinn is made of a chemical-resistant stainless steel and are used to hold intraoral films securely. It is...
Rinn's Panoramic Film Hanger is made of a chemical-resistant stainless steel and are used to hold intraoral films securely. It is...
Film Hangers from Rinn are made of a chemical-resistant stainless steel and are used to hold intraoral films securely. They are...
Processing Hangers from Rinn are made of a chemical-resistant stainless steel and are used to hold intraoral films securely. They are...
Maxi-Gard Lead-Free X-ray Aprons from Henry Schein are light-weight, flexible, and recyclable. These aprons weigh 25% less than...

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