Vacuum Forming Machines & Material

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Lang Dental Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Pac-Dent, Inc.
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Premier Dental Products Co.
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The Drufomat scan pressure machine from DENTSPLY Raintree Essix is used with Essix Brand and Dreve plastics to create removable dental...
EZ Silicone Mold Release Spray is a colorless, nonstaining, food grade releasing agent that is formulated as a...
Replacement Parts for Vacuum Formers by Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. include the Adhesive Backed Foam Gasket and Silicone Gasket. The...
Temporary Splint Material from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. consists of clear stiff sheets that are used for splint fabrication, surgical...
Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc.'s Coping and Temporary Crown & Bridge Material is high quality, cloudy stiff polypropylene sheets ideal for...
Mouthguard Material from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. consist of thick, clear, resilient EVA sheets perfect for fabrication of thick...
Used with Pelton & Crane executive cabinet, Polar cutter table light, Polar paper cutter.
Ideal for mouthguards, nightguards and model duplication Soft EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) material for energy absorption Available in...
Pressure Dome by Keystone is used to provide even better fitting dental appliances when using a vacuum forming technique. The pressure...
Tray Material by Keystone is extremely useful and versatile as it is available in two different thicknesses. It is constructed of high...
Pro-Form Mouthguard Tri-Color Laminates by keystone provide another mouth guard with the same Pro-Form guarantee of quality and safety....
Pro-form gives you the opportunity to add even more energy absorption and protection to your mouthguard and niteguard through the use of...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Whether it’s football season or hockey, tennis or boxing, gymnastics or volleyball, it’s always mouthguard season. In fact, during a single athletic season athletes have a 1 in 10 chance of suffering a facial or dental injury, and 5 million teeth are lost every year in sports-related injuries, according to this video from Keystone Industries. ...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A group of Irish researchers has invented an intelligent mouth guard that senses whether a patient grinds his teeth at night and will send helpful information to a dentist and a smartphone. Millions of adults and children grind their teeth, and the ADA reports that bruxism can cause headaches, jaw soreness, painful or loose teeth and fractured...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Spring is here and along with the nice weather comes outdoor sports. Encourage parents to protect their child’s teeth from traumatic injury by having them wear a mouth guard! Share these helpful tips on how to reduce sports-related and playground injuries for adults and children, as reported in “The Tri-Cities Now”. Click here to read how...

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  • Ravichandra Juluri, DDS, MS

    After graduating from dental school in India, Ravichandra Juluri, DDS, MS, practiced general dentistry in Nepal before coming to the United States and specializing in Periodontics and Oral Implantology at Temple University. Dr. Juluri shares his favorite surgical products when practicing implant dentistry, from handpieces to topical hemostatic...

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  • Michael Howard

    Since its introduction in 1962, COLTENE®’s ParaPost®, the first standardized post system, has become the most widely used post in dentistry. COLTENE has continued to expand upon the original design, employing the latest advances in dental material technology to offer a versatile range of post systems for direct and indirect restorations.

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  • Michael Howard

    Occlusion is one of the most important, and perhaps one of the most underappreciated, concepts in dentistry. Cosmetic dental restorations such as veneers and bridges can work wonders, but AACD Member and course instructor, Dr. Nada Albatish, reminds dentists to remember the importance of function during diagnosis and treatment planning.

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