Does Your Curing Light Have the Most Desirable Characteristics? Getting the Most Out of Your High-Speed Air Handpiece; Suturing: Do You have the Guts or Knot? - February 2017, Volume 10 Issue 2

   
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FEBRUARY 2017 VOLUME 10 ISSUE 2

Does Your Curing Light Have the Most Desirable Characteristics?

Getting the Most Out of Your High-Speed Air Handpiece

Suturing: Do You have the Guts or Knot?

Do You Know if You Are Using Gray Market or Counterfeit Products?

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