Impression and Registration Materials and Accessories

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GC Tray Adhesive Remover is used to coat all impression trays including perforated and custom trays in order to prevent pull-away and...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Tomorrow is Earth Day but don’t wait until tomorrow to start using eco-friendly dental products. Many dental manufacturers are doing their part to help preserve our planet by developing “green” products or packaging. PureLife Dental offers a complete line of “green” products in their Feel Good Collection, including BioSURF Disinfectant Wipes,...

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  • Allison Walker

    AS DENTISTRY EVOLVES, OFFICE DESIGN MUST EVOLVE, TOO. There is no better way to make a first impression on patients than presenting a clean and contemporary dental environment from the front door to the operatory. Not only are Dentsply Sirona treatment centers streamlined and modern looking, clinicians say nothing compares to the way the...

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  • Julie Cullen

    KöR Complete Desensitizer: A Complete Solution to Tooth Sensitivity Like everything that comes out of KöR and the team led by research and development scientist and company founder Dr. Rod Kurthy, KöR Complete Desensitizer has been met with positive comments by dentists far and wide. Before you treat your next patient with sensitivity, make sure...

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  • Michael Howard

    Medicom creates SafeGauze HemoStat to Quickly Stop Bleeding After an extraction, periodontal surgery or other dental procedures, stopping bleeding is critical. The process that causes bleeding to stop, known as hemostasis, consists of three steps: vascular spasm (or vasoconstriction), platelet plug formation and clot formation. In dentistry,...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    In every CAD/CAM restoration, the nature of technology is two-fold. On one hand, there’s the technology of computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing. On the other hand, there’s the technology of the restorative products being used. Both technologies are tangible and highly important to successful clinical outcomes. It makes sense...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Like any consumer, you love when things are unlimited, from smartphone data usage to ATM rebates. But as a dentist who relies on diagnostic technologies, how would you like an unlimited field of view in cone beam computed technology (CBCT)? That’s one of the key advantages of Planmeca Viso G5, the latest addition to the Planmeca Viso family of...

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