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Vitapan Plus will be available in 3D-Master Shades 1M1, 2L1.5, 2M2, 3L1.5, 3L2.5, 3R2.5, 4M2, and 5M1 for greater shade matching options....
Shade guide used for Amaris composite.
Smile Lite is a color corrected Lite to 5500K for ease of taking shades and it also comes with a polarizing filter for achieving greater...
Smile Line's Flexipalettes are constructed of a sheet of copper molded integrally with a black medical grade silicone that is latex safe...
Shade guide used for Heliomolar HB microfill restorative.
Ceram'X Mono+ restorative material is built upon breakthrough, proprietary nano-ceramic technology to optimize physical properties,...
Shade guide used for Heliomolar microfill restorative.
Twinky Star Shade Guide from Voco is a convenient guide for using Twniky Star compomer with glitter effect.
Easyshade Compact is cordless and features an organic light-emitting diode and a rechargeable battery. This device uses simple icons that...
Kuraray America, Inc.'s Clearfil Majesty Shade Guide is for use with Clearfil Majesty ES-2 composite resin. Clearfil Majesty ES-2 is a...
Vita North America’s VITA Linearguide 3D-Master, with its sleeker, linear design, makes it easy for users to determine tooth shade....
The integrated system supports a broad range of indications, making it versatile convenient and cost-effective to use. Using Vita North...

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  • Marie

    If you follow AdDent on social media, you’ve likely been seeing more activity across popular platforms. Expect to see that continue—and increase. That’s because AdDent has brought social media specialist Kira Dineen on board to promote and expand the company’s online presence. Dineen has experience in helping healthcare-related companies reach...

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  • Steven Klett

    When you’re buying dental products, there’s always a chance that something will go wrong with an order or that you’ll end up not completely satisfied with the product. And with many products and manufacturers, you’re often stuck with buyer’s remorse, as you might not be able to easily obtain a refund. This can be extremely frustrating,...

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  • Michael Howard

    Modern dental offices are equipped with an array of burs suited for any number of procedures. These tools come in many different sizes, shapes and grits and must be reprocessed between each procedure—sterilized, organized and stored before they can be used again. While the expense of purchasing these tools can certainly add up, managing them...

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  • Michael Howard

    In the years since their introduction, resin-based composites have replaced dental amalgam as the most placed restorative material in developed countries. This marked rise in popularity can be attributed to the attractive, tooth-like esthetics that composites offer coupled with increased concerns for mercury content in amalgam. Historically,...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Infection control, most obviously (and importantly), is about patient and staff safety. You use dozens of products and tools in your office every day to protect patients from harm and ensure your team members go home every night happy and healthy. You want those products to do everything from provide a shield against radiation to sterilize...

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  • Marie

    When you think about the items required to run a dental office, X-ray machines and cleaning tools may come to mind, but the behind-the-scenes machinery, such as air compressors and vacuums are just as important. Don’t take the mechanical room for granted; it’s the heart and lungs of your practice. This equipment powers your handpieces and...

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