SLIX New Shapes
SLIX composite manipulation instruments from Premier Dental are now available in 6 new shapes. The new instruments feature 'mini' flexible tips, which are ideal for conservative preparations.
One exception is the 21B Acorn-Duckhead, which brings a popular anatomy instrument to the SLIX line. SLIX instruments have a protective coating that provides superior nonstick properties and a lustrous surface for a long-lasting esthetic appearance, with up to 14 times greater wear resistance than normal stainless steel. Conveniently sterilizable by any means, SLIX are available in 11 sizes.
Methods of Tissue Management
When obtaining an impression for a crown or bridge procedure, management of soft tissue is absolutely vital....Read More
Tissue Management: The Key to an Ideal Impression
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Yankees to Honor a Veteran of Military and Dental Industry
This Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5, turn on the New York Yankees game during the 7th inning stretch...Read More
Tools of the Composite Trade
Tedious. Time-consuming. Exacting. These terms and many others are familiar when describing the process of placing direct composite restorations. Success with composites is equally dependent on 3 elements: material, instrumentation, and technique. Proper isolation, appropriate preparation burs, matrix systems, placement instruments, curing lights, ?nishers, and polishers must be part of your armamentarium to ensure good clinical outcomes with direct restorations. This is not only a clinical issue. It affects productivity and, in turn, pro?tability. Considering overhead costs along with third-party reimbursement rates, you need the latest tools to help place composites as quickly and as simply as...Read More