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The Yirro-plus dental mirror system saves clinicians from unnecessary interruptions in their workflow because of a blurred mirror by...
Hu-Friedy’s HD Black Line Mirrors are designed to enhance contrast and visual acuity within the oral cavity
The automated dental mirror—assist[AIR] is designed as a cost-effective solution to clearing water and debris off the mirror during...
The patented PRACTIview 2 Operatory Mirror from Practicon lets patients observe hygiene techniques, procedure progress, and treatment...
OmniVision Technologies, along with SMARTmirror*, announced the world’s first WiFi-enabled smart dental mirror, which sends images and...
Henry Schein’s Maxima HD mouth mirrors are highdefinition mirrors that provide exceptional color and superior image clarity.
Cuts all types of wires up to a maximum of 0.021" x 0.025".
Hu-Friedy's High Definition (HD) diagnostic mirrors provide clinicians with an enhanced view of the intraoral cavity.
AdDent introduces a 5 pack of autoclaveable mirror attachments for the Microlux Diagnostic System.
Miltex is pleased to introduce the newest generation of double sided mouth mirrors.
The C-Mor Mirror Handle from Essential Dental Systems is a stainless steel handle for C-Mor Front Surface Mirrors.

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