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Medidenta Calcinase is used to dissolve out calcium from enamel, dentin and other calcium compounds without causing corrosion of the...
Xylol (Xylene) is a solvent used to soften gutta percha points prior to filling. Not intended for human use.
Calasept® has a very high content of calcium hydroxide (41%), which gives it a high concentration of hydroxyl ions. These generate a high...
Calasept® has a very high content of calcium hydroxide (41%), which gives it a high concentration of hydroxyl ions. These generate a high...
Calasept® has a very high content of calcium hydroxide (41%), which gives it a high concentration of hydroxyl ions. These generate a high...
HeliCOTE® is an absorbable wound dressing made of collagen obtained from bovine deep flexor (Achilles) tendon. The soft, white, pliable...
HeliTAPE® is a thin, soft, white, pliable collagen tape used for dressing minor wounds. Tape accelerates wound healing and is absorbed...
Calasept® system uses prepacked syringes and luer lock needles to deliver pure calcium hydroxide without mixing or messy cleanup.
0.4 cc ampules Emergency respiratory stimulants Every room should have one available in an easy-to-reach location for immediate emergency...
Gebauers Ethyl Chloride® topical anesthetic skin refrigerant is intended to control the pain associated with injections, starting IVs and...
A vapocoolant (skin refrigerant) intended for topical application to control pain associated with injections and minor surgical procedures.
Canker-X is an alcohol- and benzocaine-free gel that promotes healing of painful canker sores without the stinging associated with other...

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