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Collits Instant Fixative by Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. is designed to allow immediate development of diagnostic x-rays with superior...
Rapid Klene from Premier Dental is an automatic film processor cleaner that is designed to provide results in 20 minutes. Rapid Klene...
Sirona offers inCoris TZI, full-contour zirconia blocks indicated for full-contour crowns, bridges, and screw-retained implant crowns.
Collits Rapid X-Ray Developer from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. is designed to allow immediate development of diagnostic x-rays with...
This radiographic cleaner is a 1-step cleaner that is safe, nontoxic, biodegradable and nonhazardous. Cleans developer and fixer stains,...
Pro-32 is a professional strength cleaning solution that is safe for all X-ray processors. Used monthly, Pro-32 is the third step of a...
Ready-to-use Developer and Fixer are packaged in a 2.5 gallon containers for use in GENDEX, CORDELL and other processors that recirculate...
Xtender Developer and Fixer is designed for the Xtender film processor and provides average of 3 months of film processing from 1...
IFP Developer is formulated to produce archival X-rays in seconds while maintaining the diagnostic quality of conventional solutions and...
Fixer cleaner concentrate for automatic dental film processors.
• Ready-to-use chemicals • Designed for use in all brands and types of automatic roller processors
• Ready-to-use chemicals • Designed for use in all brands and types of automatic roller processors

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  • Jason Schwartz

    From WRAL in Raleigh, NC, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are developing a 3D x-ray that offers much more detail than standard x-ray imaging. The technology, called 3D Intraoral Imaging, was invented by UNC physics professors Jianping Lu and Otto Zhou, and like a CT scan, allows clinicians to see slice-by-slice...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    How does your team communicate during a busy work day? While delivering messages in person may work in a smaller practice, it becomes much more difficult in a larger practice. Just as your front desk manager shouldn’t have to wear running shoes, your clinical staff shouldn’t be interrupted from treating a patient by a knock at the door or the...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    There’s a reason why they call it the “digital leap” in dental practice management software. Change can be scary, especially if you don’t have an adequate safety net or support system. But how do you know if that’s actually what you’ll get once you sign up with a new software provider? This is when peer feedback is so crucial to the...

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  • Michael Howard

    Today’s resin cements demonstrate a number of distinct advantages over other luting agents. Compared to zinc phosphate, glass ionomers and other materials, resin cements possess superior strength, durability and hydrophobia along with improved handling and aesthetics. The result is a longer-lasting, better-looking restoration that can be placed...

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  • Marie

    A truly successful restoration is indistinguishable from a natural tooth. However, getting just the right aesthetic can be difficult, especially when a patient has challenging incisal edges. However, the CoForm matrix system, a set of pre-formed transparent celluloid plastic matrices, can make this process faster and easier, without sacrificing...

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  • Allison Walker

    It has been demonstrated that dental procedures which combine repetitive motion, compromising posture, and pinch force instrument gripping can cause significant musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), including carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Dong and colleagues noted in 2006 that dental hygienists ranked first in incidence of CTS among all occupations...

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