Ultrasonic Scalers

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Bonart Medical Technology, Inc
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Drake Dental Laboratories, Inc.
Johnson-Promident
Jr Rand Corporation
Parkell, Inc.
Premier Dental Products Co.
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
Tpc Advanced Technology, 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...
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Big Easy inserts features a wide diameter 7/16 in silicone grip manufactured from medical-grade silicone. The grips provide maximum...
Premier's Big Easy Implant Magnetostrictive Inserts' no-scratch tip can safely and quickly clean around implant surfaces and is also...
The new orbital stroke action of the Rand 6400 Orbital Air Scaler combines the best performance features of an ultrasonic scaler and air...
Drake Laboratories offer Comfort Zone thermoformed bite splints.
The GentleCLEAN from Parkell is comfortable to handle and delivers pain-free, effective scaling that is ideal for use on children and...
Parkell's Integra magnetostrictive scaling system offers electronic controls for fast, easy, and precise operation.
The dentist or hygienist simply pulls the knob to initiate the manual mode and after choosing the approximate frequency with the basic...
An LCD digital screen displays the mode and power setting; users can choose scaling, periodontic, or endodontic modes with 1 turn of the...
The patented scaler technology is designed to accept and to automatically tune all of the 25K or 30K inserts styles. The unique microchip...
A new, convenient uni-directional foot pedal makes operating the US100R even easier. Economically conscious, the US100R is priced 50...
Both units include 1 ultrasonic scaler insert and foot control and both accept Cavitron, P, SLI, TFI, and FSI scaler inserts.

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