Scalpel & Suture

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Patterson Chromic Gut Dental Surgical Sutures are absorbable dental sutures that hold the edges of a surgical flap in apposition until...
A versatile choice, Key-To® Alginate comes in a variety of body and set types designed to produce consistent impressions. Key-To® is...
Undyed Polyglycolic Acid Perma Sharp® Sutures are absorbable synthetic sutures that have high strength and excellent dissolvability....
Absorbable PGA Perma Sharp® Sutures are designed for efficient and reliable soft tissue closure for all types of dental procedures. Fine...
Undyed Polyglycolic Acid Perma Sharp® Sutures are absorbable synthetic sutures that have high strength and excellent dissolvability....
Absorbable PGA FA Perma Sharp® Sutures are designed for efficient and reliable soft tissue closure for all types of dental procedures....
The plain gut suture is an absorbable, sterile surgical suture composed of processed and purified connective tissue made mostly of...
Undyed Polyglycolic Acid Perma Sharp® Sutures are absorbable synthetic sutures that have high strength and excellent dissolvability....
Pindex® accessories are parts for the Pindex System that assist in the precise fabrication of models and parallel drill channels.
RS3 Razor Sharp Sutures from A. Titan Instruments have a smooth polished surface, stainless steel needles to eliminate flex and fracture,...
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A very thin and flexible spatula is designed for transporting and aesthetic modeling the composite. The flexible working end sculpts...

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  • Allison Walker

    Having learned to sew at a young age, I remember endless cross-eyed attempts to thread needles, and then poking them through the material and straight into my finger countless times. I never thought about how tricky suturing delicate oral tissues must be. The dental articles I’ve read over the years didn’t really go into the physical suturing...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Why would you pull your own wisdom tooth? Just for fun, I guess! A dentistry student extracted his own wisdom tooth “because he thought it would be fun to do it himself” and recorded the entire procedure on video. As reported in the Daily Mail, Jesper Ryltoft, a student at Aarhus School of Dentistry in Denmark, warns others not to attempt to...

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    • Date: 08/13/2019

    To formulate this Top 10 list in the upcoming pages, we consulted our DPS evaluators, our editorial team, and website analytics on dentalproductshopper.com. Through this data, we are able to provide you with the most popular and intriguing handpieces currently on the market. Researching your next handpiece purchase? You’ve come to the right...

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  • Steven Klett

    There are many reasons why dental healthcare professionals prefer to order supplies online, and most have to do with time savings and convenience. During a busy workday, it’s easier to search for and select the products you need online and to quickly place an order. If you forget something, modifying your order is just a simple click away....

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  • Allison Walker

    Sunstar’s GUIDOR Bioresorbable Matrix Barrier membranes have a unique, multi-layer composition that help stabilize wound sites and promote integration with periodontal tissues. The membranes have multiple layers, each with a different pattern of perforation, which controls the type of cell that can grow into the space within the membrane. The...

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  • Michael Howard

    Out of the available etching and bonding techniques, clinicians often choose total-etch systems. Clear advantages of this technique include predictably high bond strengths to enamel and dentin and a lack of interference with polymerization of dual-cure resin products. However, this approach isn’t without its challenges. When total-etching,...

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