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The Uni-Grip 360 Universal Disposable Sensor Holder from Rinn provide an easier way for taking x-rays, whether it is with film, phosphor...
Rinn's Adhesive Bitewing Tabs are disposable, self-adhesive tabs that attach to the film packet. These tabs can be used horizontally or...
Each block is unit dose packaged, and is intended for single patient use only allowing clinicians to open each dose in front of patient...
A New Classic steri-shield Expands Wingers-H Line Wingers-H 'Classic' revives steri-shield's popular original Horizontal bitewing tab,...
Wingers are a positioning system for digital X-rays. Anterior shots are quick with Wingers A, a special endo feature allows for easy...
Stabe Disposable Bite Blocks from Rinn can be used for both XCP and BAI techniques. The bite blocks are capable of handling exposures for...
Wingers are a positioning system for digital X-rays. Horizontal bitewing sensor holders capture consistent images. Fits all popular...
Wingers are a positioning system for digital X-rays. Horizontal classic bitewing sensor holders capture consistent images. Fits all...
Schick by Sirona's CDR Elite combines outstanding image quality, an easy-to-use design, and a robust, hard-wearing construction to...
Soft-X ultra soft foam loops cushion and protect the susceptible surfaces of the mouth during bite wing x-rays. Soft edges and corners...
Works just like traditional bitewing loops Soft, comfortable positioning Soft foam construction provides accurate placement Size 1 fits...

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