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MyRay announces the addition of the RXDC eXTend to its North American market offering. RXDC eXTend combines direct current technology...
The sensor connects with a direct high-speed USB 2.0 connection to the computer. Bright LED status lights on the cord control box provide...
The unique vertical split-and-grab tabs keep fingers safely away from contaminated areas. Butterfly films are available in Size 2 and 0...
AGFA Dentus Ortholux from Heraeus is a high-contrast, high speed extraoral X-ray film used for panoramographic radiographs. This film...
Making good use of its modular design, Schick WiFi from Schick by Sirona offers an enhancement option to the Schick Elite sensor. It can...
Dental Film Digitizer VIDAR Systems The VIDAR Dental Film Digitizer produces digitized images as detailed as the original film. When...
AGFA Dentus Intraoral Film from Heraeus is an adult periapical film that is soft, flexible, and features a radius edge, ensuring patient...
With the KaVo™ NOMAD Pro 2™ now under the trusted brand of KaVo, you gain all the reliability and efficiency advantages that every busy...
X-ray Duplicating Film by Flow/Wolf Xray reproduces 1 panoramic film or up to 27 intraoral x-rays.
AGFA Dentus Intraoral Film from Heraeus is an adult periapical film that is soft, flexible, and features a radius edge, ensuring patient...

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  • Angela Sabarese

    One of a dental practitioner’s main goals is to provide patients with the best care possible, which means using the best methods and the most advanced materials on the market. Technological progress in the field of dentistry has benefitted both clinicians and patients in countless ways. One of the most groundbreaking advances in restorative...

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  • Steven Klett

    Taking an impression is one of the most technically challenging process of restorations. Since the lab technician will never see the intraoral landscape, sending the best impression possible is essential to a successful outcome. Dentists need the impression material to be easy to work with and replicate the patient’s dentition as precisely as...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    I’ll never forget when I had the opportunity to try my hand at a composite restoration at Dental Trade Alliance’s Mini-Dental School at the University of Colorado. After that experience, I remember thinking that in order to achieve an esthetic result with a composite, you must have natural artistic talent, which not everyone—myself included—is...

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  • Michael Howard

    Control of moisture in the oral cavity is an essential part of dental practice though it can often prove problematic for clinicians and their patients. For professionals, use of an ejector to evacuate saliva and water means constantly maneuvering the device while trying to provide treatment. This results in lost time and an inability to fully...

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  • Michael Howard

    Due to their superior esthetic properties, composites are the preferred material for modern dental restorations. However, unlike their amalgam counterparts, composites present some functional challenges that can affect the long-term success of the restoration. Handling issues that impact dispensing, sculpting and packing the material can make...

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    • Date: 02/01/2019

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