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Axess to Hard-to-Reach Areas  Low profile design provides unencumbered access to the oral cavity Small, lightweight scavenging...
Accutron Reservoir Bag is a latex-free patient breathing bag replacement for inhalation sedation equipment.
Porter Disposable Nasal Hood Liners are single-use liners with excellent scavenging efficiency. Smaller than normal disposable nasal...
Disposable infection control barriers for nitrous oxide hoods.
Porter Disposable Nasal Hood Liners are single-use liners with excellent scavenging efficiency. Smaller than normal disposable nasal...
The Safe Sedate dental nasal mask is a single patient use, disposable nitrous oxide delivery system that will replace your existing...
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Accutrons Personal Inhaler Plus+ is the only colored and scented nasal hood manufactured in the USA. It is designed to provide patients...
Accutrons Personal Inhaler Plus+ is the only colored and scented nasal hood manufactured in the USA. It is designed to provide patients...
Accutrons Personal Inhaler Plus+ is the only colored and scented nasal hood manufactured in the USA. It is designed to provide patients...
X-ray compatible and autoclavable, the Accutron Scavenging Circuit consists of a clear exhalation valve hub, a vacuum control assembly...
The transparent hub for the Scavenging Circuit from Accutron permits visual monitoring of patient respiration during dental procedures....
X-ray compatible and autoclavable, the Accutron Scavenging Circuit consists of a clear exhalation valve hub, a vacuum control assembly...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    It’s an “oops” no dentist or parent wants to hear. University of Iowa officials had to notify the families of 124 pediatric dental clinic patients that their children may have received more nitrous oxide than intended during procedures earlier this year. According a report by the Iowa City Press-Citizen, the tubing that carries nitrous oxide,...

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    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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    To place an effective Class V restoration, it is important to understand how teeth absorb and distribute stress. To ensure the best outcomes, Dr. Frank J. Milnar uses ACTIVA BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE. In this clinical case, the patient presented has several failing restorations, Dr. Milnar walks us step-by-step through the restoration procedure.

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