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VELscope is designed to be an adjunct to traditional oral cancer examination procedures. According to the manufacturer, VELscope...
Interleukin Genetics’ ILUSTRA inflammation management program is an easy-to-deploy benefit enhancement that works to identify individuals...
Henry Schein's MaxiTest STERILIZER TEST PACK is designed to monitor sterilization conditions in both gravity displacement and prevacuum...
Henry Schein's STEAM BI TEST PACK is an in-office biological indicator (BI) system for gravity and prevacuum steam sterilizers that...
AdDent introduces OraBlu Oral Lesion Marking System, an easy to use marking system that is designed to enhance the visualization of...
Forward Science Technologies recently launched phID, the first standalone test that allows clinicians to monitor the oral pH of their...
Guide Right is a dentist-developed, prosthetically generated precision implant template planning and correction system that can be made...
Darby Dental Supply recently expanded its personal product brand selection by introducing Darby Disposable Air/Water Syringe Tips. Darby...
The computer-integrated Florida Probe is the only 'complete' system for periodontal probing and charting.
Oral cancer is 90% curable when found early, but 70% of oral cancers are diagnosed in the late stages. ViziLite Plus with TBlue is an...
It is especially useful for pit and fissure area - even when the outer tooth surface seems to be intact. 90% accurate in detecting...
OraRisk HPV Salivary Diagnostic TestOralDNA LabsThe OraRisk HPV test is a noninvasive, easy-to-use screening tool to identify oral...

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