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Protect your investment in digital imaging technology with our unique barrier envelopes, designed to fit all Dentsply, Kodak, Sirona...
With Eclipse Prosthetic Resin System, denture fabrication is simplified, since the lost wax technique is no longer required and there is...
With Eclipse Prosthetic Resin System, denture fabrication is simplified, since the lost wax technique is no longer required and there is...
The Trollmount from Troll Dental is a full mouth X-Ray mount that includes 18 windows: 12 horizontal windows and 6 vertical windows for...
X-Ray Mounts 2-Up are 1000 windows of perforated X-ray mounts in one continuous roll.
Film Mounts come in a roll of 500 strips of 2 mounts, allowing you to select the size you need and cut.
Protective mount envelopes Made of heavy duty kraft paper construction Choose from a wide selection of sizes for your specific needs
Trollmounts from Troll Dental is designed to securely mount X-rays while maintaining double-sided protection in a neat, ultrathin form...
The 30 Series Film Mount Charts from Rinn are made of a chemical and water resistant vinyl that allows processing in the mount. The open...
The EZ-Tab 78 Series Film Mount Charts from Rinn are plastic, open-window X-ray film mount charts that provide easy loading by snapping...
The EZ-Tab 76 Series Film Mount Charts from Rinn are plastic, open-window X-ray film mount charts that provide easy loading by snapping...

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