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SciCan's innovative HYDRIM C61w G4 instrument washer automatically washes, rinses, and dries dental instruments at the touch of a single...
HYDRIM L110W G4 Instrument Washers provides a safe, effective and efficient way to clean instruments, allowing staff to focus on the...
G 7881 Dental Washer Disinfector Miele The G 7881 was systematically designed to combine separate steps so staff can spend more time...
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  • Samantha Negraval

    If you had to identify the “heart” of your clinical practice, where would it be located? It’s easy to think about this on a more technical level, perhaps to the closet that houses the hard drive and servers for your practice network. However, that’s the “brain” of your practice, not necessarily the heart. Let’s rephrase the question: What is the...

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    In an age of prolific technology, everyone gravitates towards automation. There’s often an app for that—except when there’s not. Some processes in dentistry still rely on manual labor and maintenance, even when the technology is in place. Take, for instance, your sterilization center. Basic maintenance of these systems is essential to their...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Being eco-friendly comes with many benefits: foremost among them is reducing unnecessary energy and waste. With the Earthcare program from Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT), you can benefit along with the environment because the recycling program allows you to earn free instruments for your practice.

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    Successful treatment of periodontal disease requires effectively managing the root of the problem: biofilm. However, by exploring the nature of oral biofilm, it becomes clear that this is no easy task. For over 10 years, dentists have utilized Perio Trays® to supplement conventional homecare, SRP, and surgical treatments. Designed for patient...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Baking soda has benefits for nearly all patients and can help kill bacteria and diminish stains. In fact, according to the presentation, baking soda has been shown to shift biofilm toward less pathogenic bacteria, reduce demineralization, increase remineralization, and more!

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