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Dental Ventures Of America, Inc.
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Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
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MDC Dental
Parkell, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Renfert Usa Inc.
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Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc.'s Waxing Unit is a compact, 3-compartment wax heating unit with an adjustable temperature control. It has an...
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Wax from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. feature a unique, pressure sensitive adhesive on one side of the 4" x 4'...
Bite Registration Wax by Almore Mfg Company is perfect for checking and maintaining accurate occlusal records. An aluminum foil occlusal...
Almore Mfg Company's Margin Wax resists deformation, breakage, and can be readily shaped or carved.
The Bunsen Burner Waxing Cup for 5N and 5U by Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. is made of 1-piece cast zinc aluminum with a polished finished...
Yeti Thowax Cervical Wax by Keystone Industries is known for providing precise margins. The cervical wax flows easily, bonds to other...
Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc.'s Wax Carving Block is used for teaching tooth anatomy by practical carving and for designing in wax. It is...
Almore Mfg Company's Inlay Wax burns out cleanly without residue, maintains dimensional stability, and has little to no stability.
Bite Registration Sheets from Almore Mfg Company conform to the mouth to every detail and will not shrink or distort. These dimesionally...
Sta-Plastic Wax Wafers from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. are used for stabilizing base plates and impressions as well as for denture reline...
Tacky at room temperature. Once applied, it will adhere without heat, making it ideal for build-up of impression trays.
The Mini-Waxer by Almore Mfg Company is a compact utility waxer perfect for crown and bridge waxing. It features a temperature control...

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