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The Midwest RDH Freedom delivers a cordless prophy experience in a balanced, lightweight package. DENTSPLY Professional describes the...
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The new design of the Prophy Pen polisher handpiece keeps the water separated from the air-powder jet  and it is autoclavable for...
PROPHYflex 4 Portable Air Cleaning Device for removal of stains and bacterial plaque, and cleaning of enamel surfaces prior to fissure...
From NSK, Prophy-Mate neo offers excellent weight balance and a lightweight, compact powder chamber so that it’s comfortable in the...
Prophy-Jet is an air-polishing prophylaxis system that uses air, water, and sodium bicarbonate (ProphyJet) or nonsodium (JET Fresh)...
The EtchMaster is a miniaturized, efficiently packaged, and disposable air abrasion device. The EtchMaster from Groman Inc is a...
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ProphyBrite Air Polisher from Bosworth is used for plaque and stain removal with fast and gentle patient care. This high speed dental air...
Each ProphyMaster tip combines the suctioning power of the chairside high-speed evacuation and the chairside low-speed air supply to...
The JetPolisher 2000 features Deldent’s patented H.S.T. Polishing System that mixes air, water, and sodium bicarbonate powder together...
The Aquacut Quattro’s patented handpiece delivers a high-speed fluid stream, fed from a self-contained reservoir, to create a liquid...
The air-powered ScaleMaster attaches to any 2- or 4-hole coupling and features a portable, lightweight design together with excellent...
Air-N-Go Air Polisher ACTEON Group Air-N-Go from ACTEON Group is a dual-purpose air polisher that both polishes teeth and treats...
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  • Julie Schmitt

    Keystone’s ProphyBrite Air Polishing Unit helps hygienists provide quick yet gentle patient care while minimizing the hygienist’s wrist fatigue. By delivering a fine sodium bicarbonate and water slurry, ProphyBrite easily removes plaque and stains. The powder flows through the handpiece smoothly and efficiently with very minimal clogging, as...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Zest Anchors, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of overdenture attachments, announced today that it will acquire Danville Materials, a leading manufacturer of restorative consumables and small equipment for the dental market. Steve Schiess, Zest's CEO, had this to say in a press release: For more than 40 years, Zest has been a...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Everyone in the dental profession is looking forward to the day when they can get back to providing non-emergency, preventative dental treatment. While this pause isn’t what anyone wanted, it does present a time for some “spring cleaning." The downtime from the day-to-day hustle presents an opportunity to rethink practice fundamentals, including...

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  • Shivi Gupta, DDS

    Advancements in dental technology over the past several years have paved the way for dentists to be able to confidently and predictably deliver indirect restorations in a single visit. We now have so many wonderful material choices at our fingertips that we can easily employ to fabricate indirect crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and implant...

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  • Larry Emmott

    In the early days of in-office computer use, dental offices had very limited choices for professional IT support. They would rely on just about anyone who was good at computers, including their patient’s nephew. Today, hardware has become more sophisticated, but some dentists make the same unsophisticated mistake. Many practices still don’t have...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The COVID-19 crisis has temporarily paused non-emergency procedures, and practices are using this spare time to reevaluate protocols, procedures, and their most commonly used products. This temporary downtime is an opportunity to “catch up” on new products that can significantly improve efficiencies in the restorative workflow.

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