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Chromascop Shade Guide with Bleach represents the shades standard for Ivoclar Vivadent products. This set includes 20 color shades plus 4...
Admira Shade Guide from Voco is a convenient guide for using Admira Microhybrid Composite.
With the expanded color palette, VITA VM LC is now available in the full line of both 3D-Master and Classical shades. A new effect enamel...
The Vita Replacement Bleach Shade Clip from Vident is used to replace the existing bleach shade clip for Vita Improved Classical Shade...
Shade guide for use with Gradia Direct and Gradia Direct X. Holds 18 removsble shades
Vita North America’s VITA Easyshade V digital shade matching system allows dentists and dental technicians to have control of restoration...
Autoclavable shade guide for IPS Empress Direct esthetic composite system.
The numerical units of the VITA Beachedguide 3D-Master are based on the brightness levels as defined by the ADA and facilitate accurate...
The VITA Bleachedguide 3D-Master is an entirely new shade guide designed primarily for planning and monitoring a patient’s tooth...
Premise Shade Guide by Kerr is designed to be used in collaboration with Premise universal nanofilled composite.
Autoclavable shade guide for IPS Empress Direct esthetic composite system.
Shade guide for Synergy D6 universal composite.

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  • Ravichandra Juluri, DDS, MS

    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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  • Michael Howard

    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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  • Michael Howard

    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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  • Michael Howard

    Dental caries can have a massive impact on a child’s development, affecting everything from speaking and eating to learning and play. Thankfully, caries is wholly preventable. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and with it, Quantum Labs brings you new affordable and exciting ways to keep your youngest patients healthy and happy.

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  • Pulpdent Corporation

    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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  • Ultradent Products, Inc.

    Dr. Susan McMahon, DMD, AAACD is exploring the intersections between cosmetic dentistry, social media, and the psychological impacts on her patients because the digital world is putting new pressures on the cosmetic dental industry. The desire for a dazzling smile is no longer just for face-to-face interactions, the virtual grin is far more...

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