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Traxodent provides predictable tissue management for accurately detailed impressions with less retakes. Each Traxodent kit comes with...
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The light green color of DryZ contrasts with gingiva, blood, and tooth structure, making it easy to detect where the material has been...
 Expasyl, a hemostatic paste with a clay-like consistency that provides the versatility of effective retraction combined with a...
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Ultrapak Cord from Ultradent is 100% cotton knitted into thousands of loops to aid in the exertion of gentle, continuous outward...
According to 3M ESPE, this system can save substantial time—up to 50% faster compared to retraction cords—while effectively deflecting...
Perfect Cheek Retractors are a hands-free, self-retaining way to get a full view of the patient’s mouth during direct bonding...
​KaVo Kerr introduces Take 1 Retraction Paste, a minimally invasive paste that promotes moisture control and hemostasis while temporarily...
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DryTips provide excellent saliva absorbency and don't lose moisture when handled. They outlast cotton rolls and stay in place comfortably...
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Sprig’s HemeRx retraction pellets deliver simple and superior hemostasis management for pediatric restorative procedures without leaving...
Say Goodbye to Packing Cord Centrix Improves the GingiTrac Retraction System The new GingiTrac VPS retraction material from Centrix...
ELASTI-DAM is a powder-free, low protein latex dam that offers preferred low modulus handling for easier stretching to place over clamps....
GingiCap by Centrix Inc. is a compression cap for single-unit gingival retraction. It is designed for use with GingiTrac retraction...

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  • Michael Howard

    To ensure a successful, long-lasting restoration, a dry working area is critical. While the market offers many options for isolating the field from moisture, they are often less than ideal—placement can be cumbersome or time-consuming and patients may experience discomfort.

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  • Kristine Aadland, DMD

    Kristine Aadland, DMD, a CEREC mentor and advocate of CAD/CAM technology for bridges, implants, orthodontics, and same-day smile makeovers, practices in Vancouver, WA. Here, she shares her top products for indirect restorations.

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  • Michael Howard

    While adequate gingival retraction is essential to obtaining a quality impression, clinicians should be aware of potential procedural risks and how to avoid them. Gingival retraction pastes, like Premier Dental’s award-winning Traxodent®, offer a more patient- and user-friendly alternative to retraction cords.

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  • Robert Beatty, DDS

    Human salivary glands produce around 0.25–0.35 mL of saliva per minute. No one understands this better than the dental clinician tasked with maintaining a dry field in a naturally moist environment. Featuring optimal moisture control and ideal patient comfort, Directa Dental’s DryDent offers a superabsorbent solution.

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  • Michael Howard

    Gingival Retraction: Maximizing Efficacy and Efficiency Selecting the right gingival retraction technique can be a challenge. Many times, when trying to achieve an ideal impression on the first attempt, dentists will simply utilize whichever method they are most familiar with. Other times, clinicians might implement every technique at their...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Technological advancements in dentistry aren’t all about imaging and CAD/CAM. Much progress is being made in bonding systems and restorative materials, providing more choice and flexibility to dentists in everyday procedures. This was the topic of a recent peer-reviewed publication, “Leveraging Advances in Restorative Dentistry.” In this CE...

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