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How I chose an intraoral camera to invest in
With a new start-up practice, my budget is tight. Sure, I could take on more debt to live more lavishly and have more pieces of equipment, but I don’t want more debt. I am living more minimally and trying to have less stress.
Autoclaves can be found in dental clinics around the world. An autoclave enables oral health professionals to carry out their work whilst minimizing the risk of cross infection
EsteCem II Dual Cure Resin Cement from Tokuyama America Inc.
Offering high bond strength and compatibility with all restorative materials, EsteCem II is a dual cure resin cement with a simplified application technique when used with Tokuyama Universal Bond.
Claris i5HD from SOTA Imaging
Featuring a native high definition CMOS sensor, the Claris i5HD intraoral camera delivers crisp, detailed images that can be zoomed into without pixelation or distortion.
RayDent Studio from Ray Medical Co.,Ltd
The RayDent Studio 3D printer is designed for fast, accurate production of dental models, surgical guides and provisional restorations.
SolFlex 170 DLP Dental 3D Printer from VOCO America, Inc.
With its Senor Monitored Production system, the SolFlex 170 3D printer uses a laser system to monitor print jobs which can increase production speeds by 40 percent.
I-Max 3D from Owandy Radiology
Small, lightweight, and affordable, the I-Max 3D digital imaging system is designed to be wall mounted so it can easily fit into any dental practice.
Product Review: Launca DL-150 Intraoral Scanner from Launca Medical
DL-150 is the newest generation intraoral scanner from Launca, with state-of-the-art 3D points post-processing technology. Launca intraoral scanner DL-150 provides a perfect combination of high accuracy and ease of use.
'How long until I have a tooth, doctor?': Assessing dental implant stability noninvasively
In dentistry, we strive for perfection in both function and esthetics. The same holds true in implant dentistry. The patient expects a perfect restoration that functions as well as, if not better than, the original tooth.
Are narrow implants a reliable solution?
NARROW IMPLANTS (from 3.5 mm in diameter and less) have been designed for treatment of the anterior maxillary and mandibular regions mainly for the replacement of lower incisors, but not for the replacement of premolars and molars.
Introducing OrthoEd Mini Masters, the most in-depth and trusted Orthodontic course for Dentists in Australia today
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