Crown and Bridge

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Bisco, Inc
Bonadent Dental Laboratories
Bosworth Company (A Division of Keystone Industries)
Burbank Dental Laboratory
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Centrix, Inc.
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Clinician's Choice Dental Products, Inc
Coltene
Continental Dental Laboratories Of CA
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Custom Milling Center
Davinci Dental Studios
Denmat Holdings, LLC
Dentazon Corp.
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Directa Dental
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Doxa Dental Inc.
Drake Dental Laboratories, Inc.
E.C. Moore Precision Abrasives
Easy Smile
Ellman International, Inc.
Exacta Dental Products, Inc.
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Franklin Dental Supply
GC America
Hager Worldwide
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Ismile Dental Products
Itena North America
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Js Dental Manufacturing, Inc.
Keller Laboratories, Inc.
Kerr Dental
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Kulzer, LLC
Lang Dental Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Ma De Tech Arcapco
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Mydent International
Nobel Biocare
Nu Radiance, Inc.
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Oral Arts Dental Laboratories
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Parkell, Inc.
Pedopearls
Pentron Clinical
Perfectone Mold Co.
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PREAT Corporation
Pulpdent Corporation
Ritter Dental
Roydent Dental Products
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Steinway Fisher Lab.
Sterngold Dental, LLC.
Sultan Healthcare
Temrex Corporation
The Pelican Group
Tri-State Dental Supply, Inc.
Vita North America
Voco America, Inc.
Yates Motloid
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Zest Dental Solutions
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EZ Seat – modified gingival contours greatly reduces the risk of pulp exposure on preparation, and allows seating where there is a lack...
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Centrix Tempit Unit-Dose Provisional Material Tempit’s unit-dose delivery system eliminates mixing while facilitating placement and...
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DMG America Luxatemp Ultra Provisional Material Luxatemp Ultra creates a highly esthetic temporary, with reliable strength and...
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BIO-C TEMP has a bioceramic content and it releases calcium and hydroxyl ions for a longer time than the products based on calcium...
Fixtemp combines polishable aesthetics with long term strength and durability. Designed to meet the needs of both short and long term...
Acero3S crowns, crafted from surgical-grade 316L stainless steel resistant to corrosion than 304 stainless steel used by competitors, are...
PREAT’s Internal Hex Pin Screw System is available in two configurations. The Master Kit includes six 1.60 mm Hex Pin Screws, one 1.20 mm...
Acrytemp Crown and Bridge (C&B) Kit from Zhermack is a bisacrylic self-curing composite resin that consists of a self-mixing system that...
The DuoTemp™ is pleasant in taste and its natural substance optimizes patient comfort during the temporization procedure.
Pedo Pearls are crowns made of heavy gauge aluminum and coated with a tooth-colored organic enamel formulated for dental applications...
​Temporary restorations are an important step when it comes to protecting sensitive tooth structure while the permanent restoration is...
All you need to select and dispense. The unique Directa selecta makes even the tiniest of crowns easy to select, handle, and dispense....

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  • Dental Product Shopper

    The steps involved in traditional restorative treatment—planning, impression-taking, placing temporaries, and seating— often takes three appointments to complete. This can be a hassle for patients who don't have time for three visits, not to mention the discomfort of wearing temporaries. Fortunately, there's a fast and convenient solution.

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  • Michael Howard

    Inspire: a durable, esthetic provisional composite An essential part of every successful indirect restoration, provisional fabrication serves multiple important purposes. Not only does a provisional restoration provide patients an accurate preview of the final restoration, it also helps protect the preparation, promoting tooth and tissue health...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    “Am I getting the most from my temporary material?” Add this to a list of questions dental health care professionals probably don’t ask themselves on a regular basis. It’s possible you’ve only used one material in recent history, and it seems to work well for you and your staff. That’s the thing about routines—you become married to the status...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    In a typical day in Dr. Jeffrey Nickas’s busy dental practice, the schedule is packed with a variety of direct and indirect restorative cases that he and his partner divide. Ample time is given to treatment planning, but one thing they don’t have to spend a lot of time thinking about is material choice. That’s largely thanks to the reliability...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If you’re in the market for a new temporary material, you’re most likely narrowing your choices among bis-acryl composite resins. Contemporary bis-acryls have risen in popularity as studies and experience have shown that methyl-methacrylates (MMA) and ethylmethacrylates have less-than-ideal properties. In this article, we’ll discuss how...

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  • Allison Walker

    Did you know that Centrix makes temporization easier with one of the most complete lines of easy-to-use, high quality materials? This line-up includes everything needed for sealing root canals during treatment, filling preps during extended treatment, temporary crowns and bridgework, inlays and onlays, and cementing using the right temp cement...

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