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Henry Schein’s Maxima Capsule Mixer features a modern, updated touch-pad design with coordinating safety cover and control panel. The...
The Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator from Crescent/Rinn Dental Mfg. is used to mix a variety of encapsulated materials such as...
Wig-L-Bug Accessory Screw Type Security Capsule and Pestle from Crescent/Rinn Dental Mfg. are designed for mixing alloys. It features a...
The Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator Saftey Cover is a replacement part that is used for the MSD (Multi-Speed Digital) Model. The...
The Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator from Crescent/Rinn Dental Mfg. is used to mix a variety of encapsulated materials such as...
The Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator Replacement Arm Screw is a useful replacement part for the Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator.
Wig-L-Bug Accessory Screw Type Security Capsule from Crescent/Rinn Dental Mfg. are designed for mixing alloys. It features a...
The Pelican GroupGenesis Amalgam CapsulesGenesis Amalgam Capsules combine innovative delivery, excellent handling characteristics, and a...
The Digital Wig-L-Bug Mixer/Amalgamator Saftey Cover is a replacement part that is used for the LPD (Low Profile Digital) Model. The...
RotoMix Capsule Mixing Unit from 3M ESPE Dental Products is easy to use and optimizes physical properties of the materials by delivering...
Tytin Amalgam Capsules, spherical alloy by Kerr are recommended for use with amalgam fillings as well as other class I restorations....
Kerr's self-activating Tytin Amalgam Capsules are recommended for use with amalgam fillings as well as other class I restorations because...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    The EPA recently announced the compliance effective date of July 14, 2017 for regulation entitled “Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for Dental Offices.” The regulation, commonly referred to as the “Dental Rule” was signed into the Federal Register, now requiring all 50 states be compliant to a new standard of Best Management...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    We all agree that most dental offices dispose of amalgam, which is used in patients’ fillings. And it’s common knowledge that amalgam contains mercury and that mercury is dangerous to the environment. But did you know that dental practices are the main source of mercury discharge into publicly owned treatment works (sewage treatment plants)?...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Amalgam shows up in all sorts of places in a dental office. For example, there’s clean scrap amalgam that’s left over from a dental procedure and there’s contact amalgam that has been in contact with a patients, such as extracted teeth or amalgam captured in a chairside trap. And then there’s amalgam sludge, which is a mixture of liquid and...

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  • gail weisman

    Just surfing the Interwebs and came across a story that I feel like I should have known about sooner…. Three dental students in Saskatchewan have received accolades for developing a mercury-free metal filling material. Apparently it retains all the strength, ease of placement, and other positive attributes of traditional amalgam—and it may offer...

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  • Victoria Jordan

    …then I have an update for you! Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it will delay releasing a final rule for amalgam separators for dental offices until the summer of 2016, almost a year later than originally expected. However, the extra time will allow the EPA to address comments on the proposal, including a few...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    How does your team communicate during a busy work day? While delivering messages in person may work in a smaller practice, it becomes much more difficult in a larger practice. Just as your front desk manager shouldn’t have to wear running shoes, your clinical staff shouldn’t be interrupted from treating a patient by a knock at the door or the...

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