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The ContactPro® Wedges are anatomically shaped to provide optimum adaptation along the tooth cervical margin. Made of Maple Wood from...
FenderMate is a one-piece sectional matrix and wedge that is pre-curved, providing for predictable, fast, and safe composite...
FenderMate Temp is the all-in-one answer for easy and safe preparation and filling of temporary proximal restorations. FenderMate Temp is...
Fintrec Transparent Wedges from Pulpdent are one size fits all, tapered wedges. These wedges are able to fit into all interproximal...
The newly redesigned Soft-Face separator ring from Garrison Dental Solutions features a 35% reduction in the size of the reinforcing...
WedgeGuard's wedge remains in place throughout interpromixal cavity cutting, eliminating the need to slow down and reducing the risk of...
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Easy As 1-2-3 Danville Introduces the ABC Wedge Danville Materials' new ABC Wedge is the ideal solution to restore large class II...
Bi-Wedge from Almore Mfg Company is V-shaped and designed to access hard-to-reach posterior areas. It is flexible, made of plastic, and...
Henry Schein's Interdental Plastic Wedges are anatomically designed to provide tooth separation and proper placement of matrix rings....
Unlike a typical wedge, Garrison Dental Solutions’ A+Wedge is coated with an astringent that allows the clinician to control gingival...
Barman´s Anatomical Wedges achieve safer and better procedures thanks to its anatomical shape. The purpose of the wedges is to connect...
Wonder Wedges from Bosworth are anatomically conformed interproximal wooden wedges made out of sycamore wood. Used for holding matrix...

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  • Marie

    Patients never see some of the most important tools in a dental restoration—but they do benefit from their use. Directa uses the most advanced technology to create innovative restoration products that perform well, hold up during a restoration and are comfortable for the patient to ensure the best possible outcome for clinician and patient...

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  • Brian Donahue

    With the stated goal of making the daily clinical life easier for the dental professional and more comfortable for the patient, Directa Dental shows its standard of care in its growing portfolio of high-quality restorative products. Its focus is on the development and production of advanced technologies and innovative designs to create products...

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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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