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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

    In honor of Earth Day, take a few minutes to ask yourself: How can I make my dental practice more environmentally-friendly? In addition to preserving our natural resources, adopting eco-friendly policies can reduce your costs of waste disposal, water, energy and office supplies and can even attract patients to your office. The Eco Dentistry...

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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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    • Date: 10/10/2018

    Click here to learn more about how dental technology has impacted the way Dr. Yong Han Koo practices dentistry.

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    • Date: 10/10/2018

    Click here to learn more about how digital dentistry has changed the way Dr. Anthony Ramirez practices.

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  • Julie Cullen

    The term “good corporate neighborhood” is used by a lot of companies to market themselves to their communities and customers. But I always wonder how many put that phrase into action. Richmond Dental and Medical, a division of Barnhardt Manufacturing Company based in Charlotte, NC, did just that recently when they made a 3-year commitment to...

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  • Michael Howard

    The foundation of a great restoration is a great impression and the key to a great impression lies in tissue management. When it comes to both taking impressions and seating restorations, adequately retracting gingival tissue and maintaining hemostasis minimizes problems and promotes a positive outcome. By taking several considerations into...

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