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Made from 100% USP gauze Absorbent, soft and pliable Nonsterile
These color-coded tab sets have 7 pre-printed and 1 write-on Mylar® tab pre-installed (bottom tab: position 1, side tab: position 5) into...
Increase your filing space 50-75% without using up valuable floor space. The track assembly is attached to the base of rear stationary...
SabreCut carbides from Brasseler cut faster, generate less vibration (chatter), and leave a smoother finish than leading aggressive...
Save search time with our index chart divider sets. Mylar®-reinforced hole punches and Mylar®-covered tabs printed on two sides...
Locking, heavy-duty steel wall desk features an angled drop-in chart slot for security. Standard desk size: 20" W x 16-3/8" H x 3-3/8" D...
The FastClip™s convenient three-piece construction allows you to remove any record without disturbing the sequence of your documentation....
Unlike a traditional mouse, this device uses infrared sensor technology to detect the user's finger motion in the air to control movement...
The Datum EconoWallWrite nonlocking workstation brings space-saving convenience to any setting. Install this fold-up desk at any height...
Each shelving tier has four welded dividers Increase your filing space 50-75 percent without using up valuable floor space. This complete...
Secure narcotics and controlled substances in these specially designed steel storage cabinets available in a variety of sizes and...
Strong, durable storage boxes are designed for frequent access and maximum stackability. Maximum security box with string-and-button...

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    When I first saw the promotional video and packaging for DENTSPLY Tulsa Dental Specialties' WaveOne Gold, which features a surfer navigating the tube of a wave, I remembered an article I read about one of the biggest wipeouts in surfing history. This incident occurred just a few weeks ago in Tahiti. Miraculously, the surfer lived to tell about...

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    There’s a reason why they call it the “digital leap” in dental practice management software. Change can be scary, especially if you don’t have an adequate safety net or support system. But how do you know if that’s actually what you’ll get once you sign up with a new software provider? This is when peer feedback is so crucial to the...

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