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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. For more information about any of the products featured in this issue—as well as many other categories—visit InsideDentistryProducts.com.
Figure 1 | Planmeca PlanScan employs blue laser technology, improving dentists’ ability to capture fine details for more accurate prosthetics. The powerful laptop-based Planmeca PlanCAD design center gives you increased flexibility and portability. Together they represent a new level of precision and productivity. planmecacadcam.com
CEREC® AC with Omnicam
Figure 2 | CEREC AC with Omnicam is the unique CAD/CAM system for individual all-ceramic restorations in one single appointment. Whether you’re restoring a single crown, or confronted with the complexity of a full-smile rehabilitation, CEREC Software 4.0 visually and intuitively guides the restorative process from start to finish. sirona.com
Figure 3 | Compatible with provisional resin restorations, resin core materials, bonding agents, and permanent cements, CLING2 is a zinc oxide, non-eugenol, automix temporary cement with a unique polycarboxylate resin in a paste-paste format. The addition of polycarboxylate optimizes adhesion, soothes the tooth, and provides an excellent seal. clinicianschoice.com
Gelato APF Foam
Figure 4 | Gelato APF Foams have a 1.23% acidulated phosphate fluoride formula that delivers excellent, consistent, and efficacious coverage, while providing protection and prevention. The light foam consistency makes for easy, fast application that stays in place under bite pressure. Gelato Fluoride Foam is available without dye and in a variety of flavors. keystonedental.com
Burbank Dental Laboratory
Figure 5 | Providing restorative solutions for a variety of needs, including fixed, removables, and implants, Burbank Dental Laboratory takes full service to a new level. Burbank is a dedicated partner, offering services that are predictably esthetic and customer service that surpasses expectations. burbankdental.com
Genie® Ultra Hydrophilic Impression Material
Figure 6 | 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
Figure 7 | Convergent Dental’s Solea is the first FDA-approved, CO2 9.3-micron dental laser for hard and soft tissue. Solea’s unique wavelength is highly absorbed in both hydroxyapatite and water, allowing it to vaporize tooth structure with unmatched speed and precision with an analgesic effect practitioners can count on. convergentdental.com
Lending Club Patient Solution
Figure 8 | Springstone Patient Financing, known for offering patient-friendly products, has joined Lending Club, the world’s largest online lending marketplace, to create Lending Club Patient Solutions—a new solution to patient financing. Lending Club Patient Solutions offers high approval rates, innovative plans for patients and practices, and exceptional customer service. lendingclub.com/patientsolutions
BEAUTIFIL® Flow Plus
Figure 9 | BEAUTIFIL Flow Plus combines the effortless delivery and adaptation of a flowable with physical properties and functionality that rival leading packable hybrids. Approved for all indications, BEAUTIFIL Flow Plus is a base, liner, and final restorative all in one. Its “stay-put handling” allows ideal stackability and sculptability. shofu.com
Figure 10 | Tango-Endo Instruments are uniquely designed to offer efficiency, safety, and affordability for your endodontic procedures. Tango-Endo instruments are tough and reusable. Its unique flat allows for faster engagement with less resistance, increases flexibility without sacrificing strength, and virtually eliminates instrument separation. edsdental.com