Syringes, Needles & Accessories

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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...
Gingi-Pak introduces GINGICaine oral anesthetic gel in syringe form. Each syringe contains 1.2 mL of gel that allows the clinician to...
Fits most 3-way air/water syringes and have a pre-punched opening making application easy. They can also be used to cover handpieces,...
HealthFirst offers Sharps Management specific to dental practices. After filling the containers with used dental needles and carpules,...
The protective covering remains in place for several hours, is alcohol-free, and may be reapplied as needed. Ameseal spray also provides...
Injection-molded containers feature a horizontal drop opening design Tortuous and semi-tortuous path restrict hand entry Clear lids...
Mydent's DEFEND Disposable Curved Utility Syringes are 12 mL in capacity and are non-sterile with curved tips. They are used for...
The Sopira Citoject 1.8 ml Syringe from Heraeus is an intraligamental injection system that delivers anesthesia to a single tooth. The...
ProTector from Certol is a needle sheath prop designed to conveniently cap and uncap needles. The prop is disposable and helps reduce the...
The slow infiltration of anesthetic during the Periodontal Ligament Injection, prevents dislodging the tooth and helps to numb that...
Patterson® Amalgam single and double-end carriers have a micromated barrel and a plunger to ease placement and reduce clogging. These...
Locking Wall Bracket for all 5.4 qt BD patient/exam room sharps collectors from Crosstex.

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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

    Should you remove or retain the third molars? When patients come to you for advice on what to do with their wisdom teeth, there is no straightforward answer. When is surgery indicated, particularly when the teeth are asymptomatic? What are the risks involved with removal or retention? When is the best time for treatment? Each decision should be...

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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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  • Allison Walker

    Not only are Dentsply Sirona treatment centers streamlined and modern looking, clinicians say nothing compares to the way the Dentsply Sirona treatment centers are designed.

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