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The Cavitron DiamondCoat combines superior adaptability, access, and design for faster, more effective calculus removal during...
DENTSPLY Professional's Cavitron combined the best features of the Focused Spray and slimLINE technologies to produce the Focused Spray...
Johnson-Promident Deldent Ultrasonic Scaler Inserts are designed to work with all stack-type magnetostrictive ultrasonic scaler units....
Hu-Friedy's XT Triple Bend features a triple bend shank design for excellent adaptability with beveled edges on the tip for efficient...
Brasseler introduces a variety of ultrasonic scaler inserts for its HygienePro family of products. HygienePro Ultrasonic Scaler Inserts...
The Cavitron® family of inserts offers a broad selection of ultrasonic scaling inserts to fit the needs of every practice—and patient.

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