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The harpoon on traditional aspirating syringes can pull the rubber stopper completely out of the anesthetic carpule when trying to unload...
Septdont’s Dentapen is a new generation of electronic syringe for performing pain-free injections. Like most electronic syringes, the...
The LeEject 2 Syringe and Needle system differs from conventional dental syringe and needle systems because it allows the loading of the...
ECO Aspirating Syringes are light weight syringes made of surgical grade stainless steel to reduce hand stress during injection of local...
Each bottle of Cetacaine Spray includes one malleable J-4 stainless-steel cannula; several cannula lengths and shapes are available for...
Monoject 3 ml Syringe is a sterile, single use, individually packaged syringe without a needle. With a polypropylene barrel and a plunger...
SharpSafety Sharps Collector Mounting Bracket for use with mfg #8881676434 sharps container.
Monoject 3 ml Syringe is a sterile, single use, individually packaged syringe without a needle. With a polypropylene barrel and a plunger...
Monoject 3 ml Syringe is a sterile, single use, individually packaged syringe without a needle. With a polypropylene barrel and a plunger...
Color-coded, sterile, disposable Rigid autoclavable polypropylene hard pack Ultra-sharp, tri-beveled, anti-coring lancet point...
Rigid autoclavable polypropylene hard pack Tamper-evident heat stake Ultrasharp, tri-beveled, anti-coring lancet point Anti-coring butt...
Adjustable rotor opening accommodates a variety of sharps sizes and provides temporary and permanent closure Easy, simple assembly...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    Dublin physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle used in modern hypodermic syringes, stating its first successful use in an 1845 article in the Dublin Medical Press. This marked the first time a physician could inject a sedative or other fluids directly into their patient’s bloodstream, a huge step for medicine. Rynd originally invented...

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  • Jack Ringer, DDS, FAACD, FIADFE

    What is the most common concern most patients think about when they visit the dentist? PAIN! When it comes to pain, patients experience both the physical component, i.e. receiving the injection, and the emotional component, i.e. the anticipation and anxiety associated with pain. A lot of patients face the dilemma of having a conventional...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Dental practices have a responsibility…and an opportunity…to make a difference when it comes to waste disposal. Whether it’s medical waste, old medications, or needles and syringes, dentists and their staff have to make choices about how those items are removed from their practices. If they don’t make the right choices, there’s a chance that...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Dental practices go to great lengths to prevent the spread of infection among their staff and patients. However, one of the most common tools used by dentists and hygienists each day is a potential breeding ground for cross contamination - metal air water syringe tips. Air water syringe tips are exposed—even submerged—in blood, saliva and a...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Everyone in the dental profession is looking forward to the day when they can get back to providing non-emergency, preventative dental treatment. While this pause isn’t what anyone wanted, it does present a time for some “spring cleaning." The downtime from the day-to-day hustle presents an opportunity to rethink practice fundamentals, including...

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  • Shivi Gupta, DDS

    Advancements in dental technology over the past several years have paved the way for dentists to be able to confidently and predictably deliver indirect restorations in a single visit. We now have so many wonderful material choices at our fingertips that we can easily employ to fabricate indirect crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and implant...

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