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Designed for digital sensors, yet compatible with PSP and film, expert DC has a 0.4 mm focal spot (the smallest in the market) for...
Preva 2.0 is comparable to Preva DC, the cabling and electronics are concealed within the X-ray system. At the elbow of the device is a...
The Preva DC from Midmark is a high frequency intraoral X-ray system which provides unprecedented image quality. The effortlessly free...
The Progeny Vantage® C is designed to meet your practice needs. Progeny Vantage® C is available with two sensors—panoramic and...
The Bel-Ray II X-ray systems deliver superb periapical images and employ simple, intuitive controls for exposure parameter settings. The...
The PHOT-xIIs DC intraoral X-Ray Systems produce crystal clear radiographic images, while minimizing patient exposure to radiation. The...
The MyRay RXDC's small focal spot (0.4 mm) guarantees consistently sharp images while minimizing radiation exposure to the patient.
Premium components and precise x-ray output result in sharper images while the eye-catching, future-proof design ensures comfortable...
With intuitive and user-friendly functions, the BiOX has a wide color LCD with easy to recognize preset exposure times that can be...
HELIODENTPLUS is the latest generation of intraoral X-ray generator for digital and film-based imaging. The HELIODENTPLUS features quick...

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  • Allison Walker

    Efficiency is one of the top goals in any dental practice. Practitioners need to make sure that their office equipment delivers on that goal. Adding intraoral x-ray technology to their collection of quality dental chairs, units, and lights is the best way to ensure the most optimal set up. X-rays are an integral part of the dental diagnosis....

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A “gray area” is an area or topic that is not clearly defined. What IS clearly defined, however, is that gray market dental products are swooping the industry, and dentists and their patients need to avoid purchasing or using these potentially unsafe products. Patterson Dental is working diligently to educate dentists on how to identify gray...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A California firm, Carbon3D, is developing a new 3D printing technology using Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) that could help bring 3D printed customized creations to dentistry. CLIP harnesses light and oxygen to continuously grow objects from a pool of resin instead of printing them layer-by-layer. The printed object rises from a...

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  • Ravichandra Juluri, DDS, MS

    After graduating from dental school in India, Ravichandra Juluri, DDS, MS, practiced general dentistry in Nepal before coming to the United States and specializing in Periodontics and Oral Implantology at Temple University. Dr. Juluri shares his favorite surgical products when practicing implant dentistry, from handpieces to topical hemostatic...

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    Since its introduction in 1962, COLTENE®’s ParaPost®, the first standardized post system, has become the most widely used post in dentistry. COLTENE has continued to expand upon the original design, employing the latest advances in dental material technology to offer a versatile range of post systems for direct and indirect restorations.

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    Occlusion is one of the most important, and perhaps one of the most underappreciated, concepts in dentistry. Cosmetic dental restorations such as veneers and bridges can work wonders, but AACD Member and course instructor, Dr. Nada Albatish, reminds dentists to remember the importance of function during diagnosis and treatment planning.

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