Impression and Registration Materials and Accessories

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Bite Registration Materials(51)
Tray Cleaners(1)
Alginate Impression Materials(48)
Alginate Substitute(31)
Polyether Impression Materials(5)
VPS Impression Materials(136)
Impression Trays(197)
Impression Materials Miscellaneous(142)
Mixing and Dispensing Accessories(8)
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Clinician's Choice Dental Products, Inc
Dentazon Corp.
Dentsply Sirona Orthodontics
Kerr Dental
Pac-Dent, Inc.
Practicon
Temrex Corporation
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Polyether
VPS
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The Hurrimix Mixer from DENTSPLY Raintree Essix includes 4 mixing containers—2 for alginate (maximum capacity 80 g) and 2 for stone...
To help reduce the amount of impression material waste clinicians experience with traditional dispensing systems, 3M created single-use,...
Under the JR Rand label, Temrex offers dentists Contour Matrix Bands. Made of US Medical Grade stainless steel, both the clinician and...
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Kerr's new Volume Machine by Renfert Delivery System is an automix device that simplifies impressiontaking procedures with fast, easy...
​Fast, effortless, and portable, the PowerMix Automatic VPS Dispenser from CLINICIAN’S CHOICE delivers perfectly mixed, void-free...
The BFC³ Powered Impression Gun makes impression-taking easier and faster and will fill a full-arch tray in less than...
The EZ VPS Connector connects two 50ml 1:1 impression material cartridges together so that they can be consolidated into one cartridge to...

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    A friend of mine recently suggested I try a new shampoo she loved. I tend to buy from the budget end of the shampoo aisle and this “great” shampoo my friend was prattling on about was on the pricey end, but I plunked down my money anyway. You probably know where this is going. I hated it. So now I’ve spent too much money for something I can’t...

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    Make dispensing composite easier on your hands while improving your final restorations. Centrix’s new HeatSleeve Self-Heating Composite Warmer quickly warms composites to a more ‘flowable’ state, easily adapting to surface irregularities, reducing voids and spaces. And, according to Centrix, heating the composite makes composite dispensing 68%...

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