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Practicing dentists recognize the simple truth behind the use of rubber dams: they are critical to the success and safety of endodontic...
Airway Armor protects a patient's airway from accidental aspiration and ingestion of unwanted materials. The single-use, perforated...
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Kool-Dam from Pulpdent is a block out resin designed for use on gingiva as well as tooth surfaces. The resin demonstrates great quality...
Zirc CompanyRelaxed-Fit Insti-DamRelaxed-Fit Insti-Dam provides easy, comfortable isolation for hard-to-reach areas of the...
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Explorers/Probes are a double-ended instrument with an explorer on one end and a probe on the other used for dental examinations and...
Crosstex’s dental dams isolate procedures from blood and saliva, prevent tongue and cheek interference, and reduce contaminated aerosols...
The Ivory Rubber Dam Complete Kit from Heraeus is a self-contained unit that features all of the equipment that is needed for the Rubber...
Ora-Shield is made of special, nonwoven rayon fabric for maximum absorption of saliva, water and perspiration. A necessity for patients...
Super Dam is a latex dental dam that creates an uncontaminated working field and eliminates visual obstructions. Each dam is slightly...
Super Dam is a latex dental dam that creates an uncontaminated working field and eliminates visual obstructions. Each dam is slightly...
Crosstex Latex Dental Dams are made of a rubber material and used as a barrier during operative and endodontic procedures. Low protein;...
Hygenic's Latex-Free Dental Dam has similar tear resistance to natural rubber latex without any patient or staff reactions. It is powder...

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  • Allison Walker

    Never underestimate the knowledge and curiosity of the dental patient. Did you know there is a Dental Phobia Support forum called Dental Fear Central? In February 2018, someone asked the forum “Is it bad that my dentist didn’t use a rubber dam on me to do my root canal?” Three out of four respondents said “yes,” but one noted that it’s...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Retraction and isolation in dentistry go hand in hand. With patented mouthpieces from Isolite Systems, you can achieve retraction AND isolation (and a host of other benefits) all at once with one of these systems - the Isolite, the Isodry or the Isovac. What’s the difference between Isolite’s 3 systems - Isolite, Isodry and Isovac? Well, one...

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  • Ara Nazarian, DDS, DICOI

    What I have found to work great in my private practice for the splinting of open tray impression posts in the fabrication of full arch screw retained restorations is the use of Futar D bite registration material from Kettenbach USA.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If there’s one thing busy dentists know, it’s that their everyday, go-to restorative products need to work quickly, and they just need to work, period. Lack of adhesion, patient sensitivity, and failed restorations simply aren’t options. It’s not just about losing valuable chair time—it’s about losing patient trust.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The COVID-19 crisis has put dentists, hygienists, and patients at risk, and prompted national guidelines for postponing non-emergency procedures, such as dental cleanings. While coronavirus has shaken the healthcare industry to its core, the “downtime” dental practices currently have may be an opportunity to reevaluate their hygiene protocols.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Communicating with your patients amid the global COVID-19 crisis is difficult. You want to be sensitive to your patient base, and the last thing you want to do is bombard them with “sales-y” messages. At the same time, you don’t want to fall out of touch with your patients. One day, your dental practice will be able to resume routine,...

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