How To Maintaining Evacuation Units
added on: May 31, 2020

Maintaining evacuation units in dental practice can often be time-consuming, taking valuable attention away from other vital functions, such as laboratory work and direct patient care. When operating correctly, evacuation units are essential for many dental procedures. However, a decrease in guaranteed stable suction volume can lead to stress, inefficiency,… Read More…

Enamelast by Ultradent
added on: May 31, 2020

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called it “one of the ten great public health achievements of the 20th century.” Today, it’s hard to imagine oral health without it being one of the first things to come to mind. Of course we’re talking about fluoride. Its role as… Read More…

Organizing your Burs with the Burbutler by Shofu
added on: May 31, 2020

With the combination of the world’s leaders in their field, Contemporary Product Solutions’ dexterous, knowledgeable and experienced leadership team maintains a sharp eye for emerging products in the field of general and restorative dentistry by providing a “Total Office” perspective of clinical information and application, incorporating photographs and videos to… Read More…

Best Bite by Whipmix
added on: May 31, 2020

Head, neck and facial pain (HNFP) caused by occlusal interference is a very common problem that affects over 40 million people. Many of them are patients going in and out of dental offices every day undetected. In addition, recent research has found that eliminating pain due to muscle spasms caused… Read More…

Utilizing Casettes
added on: May 31, 2020

Among the challenges facing dental practices is ensuring infection control compliance while simultaneously remaining efficient, organized, and productive. Because patient treatment greatly depends on using appropriate instruments, dental assistants and hygienists often struggle to keep up with instrument processing. However, their time is best spent providing exceptional care. By some accounts, an estimated… Read More…

Utilizing an Optragate
added on: May 31, 2020

OptraGate is entirely latex-free and can, therefore, be used in patients with latex allergies. Generally, the size of the oral cavity does not compare with the size of the mouth in all individuals; therefore, a secure fit of OptraGate is not always ensured, particularly in patients with a very extended… Read More…


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