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Why Many Dentists Purchase New Dental Equipment

Dental equipment are so important to our dental practice. Then dentists are want to buy the best dental equipment for their working house. Dentists tend to get all the credit when things go right during a procedure, but as most will admit, a dentist is only as good as his equipment. If you’re using worn-out equipment or haven’t invested in necessary tools, you’ll never re...

av Quinn52 — 7 sep 2017 11:09

The Information about Recent Dental Curing Light

Recently, a new concept to dentistry, the LED, has entered the market. There have been significant sales promotions from the several companies selling LED lights. As a result of the promotions, dentists appear to be more confused than before.   Why would a dentist want an LED dental curing light? They have some apparent advantages:    LED lights are cordless, small an...

av Quinn52 — 28 jul 2017 11:48

The Sterilization Methods in Dentistry

Since many germs can be transferred simply by touching contaminated surfaces, dentists and dental assistants are typically very fastidious about disinfecting the surfaces in their offices and treatment rooms. Solid surfaces, such as counters and sinks, are generally wiped down with antibacterial spray. Portable folding chairs are also usually covered with disposable paper covers that ...

av Quinn52 — 20 jun 2017 11:36

The Effects of Dental Fast Curing

Fast curing has been accused of putting too much stress on the bond of a restoration to the tooth. If you apply too much light to a restorative material, it will presumably shrink more quickly, opening gaps at the tooth-restoration interface, causing white lines and microleakage. High power has also been accused of inducing cracks in thin porcelain veneers. To test these issues, we perfo...

av chalitt — 12 jun 2017 08:25

The General Uses of Dental Air Polisher

Air polishing units typically generate a stream of pressurized air, carrying specially graded particles of a mild soluble abrasive, such as sodium bicarbonate. The abrasive is directed, in the presence of a stream of water, at a tooth surface to be cleaned. The mixture of water and powderladed stream occurs on the tooth surface and forms a “slurry” that is responsible for the cleani...

av Quinn52 — 5 jun 2017 11:22

The Reason for Using Dental Suction Unit

Do you ever hear your suction, smell your suction, does it ever produce inadequate force to allow all the practitioners in the practice to operate effectively at the same time? Traditional wet vacuum systems are loud, smelly (both from the burnt oil and the debris that is trapped in the tanks for an extended period of time) and use massive amounts of water, up to 200,000 gallons per year, ...

av chalitt — 27 maj 2017 08:58

To Choose the Right Air Compressor for Your Dental Practice

As modern technology advances and as the options of dental air compressors expand, selecting and purchasing a new model can seem somewhat overwhelming. Dental air compressors can be a costly addition to an operatory; thus making it vital for buyers to take an ample amount of time to research and select the proper model for one’s practice. The dental compressor is most likely not your mai...

av Quinn52 — 25 maj 2017 11:41

How to Maximize the Use of Intraoral Camera

Our patients are accustomed to looking at a TV monitor; therefore, they are comfortable, receptive, and relaxed when looking at their photos on a monitor. They are very appreciative of a technology that helps them understand problems they have, and they are very grateful when—at the end of an appointment—they can sit up, view where their treatment started and see the stages that wer...

av chalitt — 14 jan 2017 09:14

Changes in Dental Air Polisher

Air polishing was introduced in the late 1970s as an alternative to a rubber cup filled with pumice. Using a slurry of water, abrasive powder, and pressurized air, the dental air polisher effectively removes extrinsic stain, plaque biofilm, and prepares occlusal surfaces of teeth for sealant placement. Originally, air polishers were only intended for use on supragingival surfaces since the abra...

av Quinn52 — 23 nov 2016 10:08

How does the Spectrometer Help Dentists Use Curing Lights

In the last few years, there has been an emphasis on enhanced conventional dental curing lights to provide greater curing intensity and faster cure. The most obvious way this has been accomplished is by the use of light guides that diminish in size as they exit from the curing light. Recently, a new concept to dentistry, the LED, has entered the market. There have been significant sales promoti...

av Quinn52 — 15 nov 2016 10:12

What Should You Consider When Purchasing Dental Lab Equipment

Dental laboratory equipment encompasses the full range of systems used for manufacturing fixed or removable dental prosthetics. Whether your lab is focused on using the latest digital dental technologies for highly efficient production or time-tested techniques for maximum esthetic appeal, these systems will be critical to your ability to fabricate dental restorations. Your equipment includes ...

av Quinn52 — 17 okt 2016 09:49