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COLTENE's BioSonic Suvi is an excellent power tool for upgrading working environments to new levels of quality. Distinguished ergonomics...
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Ultrasonic Scaling and Irrigation Unit The Pro-Select Platinum functions as 2 instruments in 1—an ultrasonic scaler and a heated...
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Smart Power automatically locks on to the optimum working frequency for the ultrasonic tip being used, eliminating the need to constantly...
The Amdent US30em is a new piezoelectric scaler manufactured by Amdent AB and marketed in the United States by Biotrol International....
The MiniEndo II is a sleek, compact, ultrasonic cleaning unit designed specifically for endodontic applications. It is the only...
It is simple to operate and is compatible with a wide range of tips, making it suitable for a variety of clinical procedures, including...
Ultradent’s UltraSeal XT plus sealant uses a unique syringe for direct, bubble-free delivery into difficult-to-access areas. The spiral...
The ACCLEAN Ultra ultrasonic scaler from Henry Schein is a dual-frequency technology designed to accept 25K and 30K inserts.Its design...
Root Canal enlargement and swirling irrigation lets the user execute precise dental procedures, while still maintaining a high standard...
The system identifies the type of handpiece connected and sets up suitable function parameters automatically, as well as incorporates ...
Cavitron Integrated Systems offer an open office environment with the same benefits of traditional Cavitron units.
Heat does not build up in the tip of the autoclavable handpiece, even after extended use. It allows for a wide choice of clinical...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Name: Michele Schuster, RDH Dental Hygiene School: Florida State College at Jacksonville Years of Experience: 24 Practice Location: Brandon, FL Favorite Dental Products: Orascoptic HDL 2.5 Micro Loupes and Dentsply Sirona’s Cavitron THINsert I always enjoy checking out the newest and latest products for the dental profession, and being a...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    “I absolutely love this product!” dental hygienist, Rhonda McCrory, told Dental Product Shopper when we asked her to tell us about her experiences with ACTEON’s PURE Newtron B.LED XS ultrasonic scaler. “After 26 years as a dental hygienist it has refreshed my attitude towards my profession.” Just in time for National Dental Hygiene Month... Read...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Scaling has come such a long way. While there’s a still an important part for hand scaling to play in oral care, the opportunity to use piezo scaling can make a real difference to both patients and clinicians. For oral hygiene care, piezo scalers can make a big impact on the disruption of biofilm. For the clinician using the scalers, they offer...

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  • Ron Kaminer

    The number 1 reason dentists are sued in the U.S. is because of their failure to diagnose periodontal disease. What’s more interesting is that while many dentists have been shared their frustration with how slow their practices have been, studies have shown that 70% of them do not routinely use a periodontal probe on their patients. If they...

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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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  • Larry Emmott

    In the early days of in-office computer use, dental offices had very limited choices for professional IT support. They would rely on just about anyone who was good at computers, including their patient’s nephew. Today, hardware has become more sophisticated, but some dentists make the same unsophisticated mistake. Many practices still don’t have...

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