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ParaPost® Fiber Lux is an alternative to metal posts when metal-free restorations are desired. These fiber posts are made of translucent...
ParaPost® Titanium Temporary Posts are passive cemented prefabricated casting components for the direct/indirect casting technique.
C-I Stainless Steel Flat Head Post from Parkell is designed for use on composite and amalgam cores. The high quality post is equipped...
ParaPost® Taper Lux is an esthetic post system made of translucent fiber resin material that reflects the natural hues of the tooth and...
ParaPost Plastic Lab Burnout Passive Posts are cemented, parallel-sided, prefabricated casting components for the direct/indirect casting...
ParaPost® XH is a passive cemented, parallel-sided post with rounded, undercut head for direct post/core buildups in one appointment....
ParaPost® XP Titanium Temporary Posts are passive cemented, parallel-sided, prefabricated casting components for the direct/indirect...
EDS's EZ-Fit Passive Fiber Post System is the most advanced post in its class. Unlike 'dowel' fiber posts, the second tier prevents...
Flexi-Flange is a post system that incorporates countersunk flange to provide stability in restorative situations where there is...
ParaPost® XP is a titanium alloy or stainless steel post system that includes passive cemented, parallel-sided posts with a flat head for...
Essential Dental Systems' Flexi-Overdenture features a unique split shank of the Flexi-Post with a ball and socket attachment for the...
ParaPost Plastic Lab Burnout Passive Posts are cemented, parallel-sided, prefabricated casting components for the direct/indirect casting...

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