Ultrasonic Scalers

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Rolence Enterprise Inc.
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The ultra-thin THINsert combines the ease of ultrasonic scaling with the access of hand scaling. At approximately half the diameter of...
Big Easy inserts features a wide diameter 7/16 in silicone grip manufactured from medical-grade silicone. The grips provide maximum...
Used in conjunction with Cavitron Select with Select Reservoir Pump.
Premier's Big Easy Implant Magnetostrictive Inserts' no-scratch tip can safely and quickly clean around implant surfaces and is also...
Drake Laboratories offer Comfort Zone thermoformed bite splints.
The new orbital stroke action of the Rand 6400 Orbital Air Scaler combines the best performance features of an ultrasonic scaler and air...
Parkell's Integra magnetostrictive scaling system offers electronic controls for fast, easy, and precise operation.
The GentleCLEAN from Parkell is comfortable to handle and delivers pain-free, effective scaling that is ideal for use on children and...
DENTSPLY PROFESSIONAL CAVITRON SPS SELF-INSTALL ULTRASONIC SCALER The new Cavitron SPS Self-Install ultrasonic scaler from DENTSPLY...
A new, convenient uni-directional foot pedal makes operating the US100R even easier. Economically conscious, the US100R is priced 50...
It accepts and automatically adjusts to any compatible 25-KHz or 30-KHz tip, has a small footprint, and is easily portable. The Turbo-...
The US-100 also features large, easy-to-use dials for controlling the ultrasonic power and water supply and an ergonomic handpiece that...

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