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Excellent patient care relies heavily on the materials and technology used during treatment. Here is a selection of practice tools to consider adding to your armamentarium.
Figure 1 | Utilizing the latest sensor technology, the GXS-700 system delivers real-time images with supreme clarity and detail. These ergonomically designed sensors feature smooth, rounded corners for a comfortable patient experience. Clinicians will also benefit from the open software architecture and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection that allows clinicians to conduct their procedures with efficiency and ease. gendex.com
Triodent™ V3 Ring
Figure 2 | The V3 Ring has the widest indications of any sectional matrix ring. It produces high-quality, anatomically accurate Class II composite restorations and provides exceptional stability and optimal separation force on the teeth. Ultradent's Triodent V3 Ring produces consistently tight contacts to ensure high-quality restorations. triodent.com
CHAIRSIDE™ Attachment Processing Material
Figure 3 | CHAIRSIDE Attachment Processing Material is designed for ease of use and predictability when processing attachment components into overdentures, including ZEST's LOCATOR® and SATURNO™ Denture Caps. The formulation requires no primer and is self-curing. zestanchors.com
Genie® Ultra Hydrophilic Impression Material
Figure 4 | Using hydrophilic chemistry, Genie Ultra Hydrophilic Impression Material is engineered to produce remarkably detailed and precise impressions in wet oral environments. Available in a full range of wash and tray materials, with five viscosities and two set times, this product provides exacting results, regardless of technique. sultanhc.com
Genesis Dental Implant System
Figure 5 | The Genesis implant system boasts dual thread design for immediate placement in an extraction socket. This offers primary stability while the BioSpark™ surface enforces secondary stability. Ensuring a tight conical seal and a natural esthetic, Genesis ensures a natural and long-lasting smile. keystonedental.com/genesis
Figure 6 | The OP300 Maxio offers 3D field-of-view while using Low Dose Technology. This combination provides quality-optimized images with a very low radiation dose across all fields of view. With a view that expands to 13x15 cm, and reduces to 5x5 cm, clinicians can optimize cone-beam scans and localize diagnostics. instrumentariumdental.com
Figure 7 | The SOL Laser is a versatile soft-tissue diode laser that can be used for gingival contouring, tissue retraction, and laser-assisted therapy. This portable laser is designed to deliver the power clinicians need at a fraction of the price. denmat.com
Figure 8 | GUIDOR easy-graft is the first bone grafting material that hardens into a stable, porous scaffold in minutes and may reduce the need for a dental membrane. Cleared for a wide range of indications, GUIDOR easy-graft is a fully resorbable bone grafting material ideally suited for socket preservation after tooth extraction and implant packing. guidor.com
Figure 9 | The first air-driven handpiece in the dental industry delivers 26 watts of power and torque that reduces treatment time and provides remarkably smooth handling. Smaller head sizes enhance operational visibility, and cartridges can be easily replaced chairside to save time and maintain practice productivity. nskdental.com
Figure 10 | The only easy-to-use, sonic-activated, bulk-fill dental composite system for posterior restorations that requires no additional capping layer. Proprietary sonic activation enables a rapid flow of composite into the cavity for effortless placement and superior adaptation. sonicfill.kerrdental.com
Figure 11 | Quad-Tray Xtreme is a metal quadrant disposable impression tray. The inflexible tray is designed for accuracy and ease of use and is made from rigid aluminum so it will not distort when placed or removed. clinicianschoice.com