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BioDent’s NumBee allows for rapid onset of anesthesia beginning immediately after administration.
Dermal fillers can be used when dealing with asymmetrical lips, minimizing underlining skeletal discrepancies and many other uses. To...
Henry Schein's ARTICAINE 4% with Epinephrine Indicated for local, infiltrative, or conductive anesthesia in both simple and complex...
It provides short pulpal duration anesthesia in the maxilla (approximately 10 minutes), and intermediate pulpal duration anesthesia in...
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It provides protection from pain for approximately 20 minutes in the maxilla and 40 minutes in the mandible. Average soft-tissue duration...
Precision Local Anesthetic Buffering System Onpharma Inc Onset provides profound anesthesia in minutes, allowing dentists to stay with...
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This low epinephrine anesthesia provides an intermediate pulpal duration anesthesia in the maxilla (approximately 40 minutes) and...
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Average pulpal duration is 55 to 65 minutes in infiltration and 80 to 90 minutes in mandibular nerve blocks; average soft-tissue duration...
With rechargeable batteries, the VibraJect will eliminate the expense associated with the purchase of new batteries and provide optimum...
Generation 2 has been upgraded with a voltage-regulated power supply as well as microfilaments to enhance its pain blocking capabilities....
Septocaine (Articaine HCl and Epinephrine) Injection is a local anesthetic, made by Septodont Inc., used in both straightforward and...
Computer-Controlled Local Anesthetic Delivery System The computer-controlled Wand All Injection System is designed for unparalleled...
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  • Jason Schwartz

    The injection of local anesthetic is perhaps the greatest source of patient fear and inability to obtain adequate pain control with minimal discomfort remains a significant concern of dental practitioners. While the injection of local anesthetic solutions to achieve anesthesia is one of the most commonly performed dental procedures, getting a...

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    With the strongest bite force of any of the big cats, a tiger’s jaw could snap off an arm in an instant. When zookeepers at Noah's Ark Zoo near Bristol, England detected a chip in their 440-pound tiger’s canine tooth, they called in Dr. Peter Kertesz, an experienced dental surgeon from London and a specialist in zoo dentistry. We’ve all heard...

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    • Date: 08/13/2019

    To formulate this Top 10 list in the upcoming pages, we consulted our DPS evaluators, our editorial team, and website analytics on dentalproductshopper.com. Through this data, we are able to provide you with the most popular and intriguing handpieces currently on the market. Researching your next handpiece purchase? You’ve come to the right...

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  • Steven Klett

    There are many reasons why dental healthcare professionals prefer to order supplies online, and most have to do with time savings and convenience. During a busy workday, it’s easier to search for and select the products you need online and to quickly place an order. If you forget something, modifying your order is just a simple click away....

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  • Allison Walker

    Sunstar’s GUIDOR Bioresorbable Matrix Barrier membranes have a unique, multi-layer composition that help stabilize wound sites and promote integration with periodontal tissues. The membranes have multiple layers, each with a different pattern of perforation, which controls the type of cell that can grow into the space within the membrane. The...

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