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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.
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...
Fixer cleaner concentrate for automatic dental film processors.
Removes chemical stains from uniforms and trays left by photographic and X-ray fixers and developers Saturate stained area and allow to...
Fixer cleaner concentrate for automatic dental film processors.
Clean Image Sheets are bright white sheets used daily to remove residue from roller and webs that cause X-ray film to be grainy. A...
Clear Image Weekly Radiographic Cleaner cleans developer, fixer, oxidation, silver and algae deposits from rollers, tanks, webs and...
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...
Clear Image Weekly Radiographic Cleaner cleans developer, fixer, oxidation, silver and algae deposits from rollers, tanks, webs and...

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    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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