Clinicians Report October 2015, Volume 8 Issue 10


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Articles In This Issue:

Proven Methods to Overcome the Lingering Slow Economy
Intraoral Cameras: Current Trends
First Look: Midwest E Electric Handpiece System
Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials


Acteon Group
Air Techniques
Brio Product Group
Brixton (sold only through dental distributors)
Cbite DDS
Denterprise International
Dentsply Caulk
Dentsply Midwest
Digital Doc
Greater Curve
Ivoclar Vivadent
Premier Dental
Premium Plus Dental Supplies
Quintessence Publishing
RF Systems Lab
Schick Technologies


Acteon Sopro
Administration with Confidence
Calibra Universal
CamX Luna HD
Carestream CS
Coding with Confidence: The "Go To" Dental Insurance Guide
Diagnostic Coding for Dental Claim Submissions
Digital DOC
Disposable Impression Trays with Rim Lock
Disposable Phosphor Plate Barrier Envelopes
Fitted Sensor Sleeves
Foundations of Dental Technology: Anatomy and Physiology
Greater Curve Band-Wide
High-Strength Ceramics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Impress Tray
Knit-Pak+size 000.0
Midwest E Electric Handpiece System
Quickcam DUO
RF Systems Lab Einstein
USB Micro-check
VarioLink Esthetic
October 2015 Clinicians Report


Proven Methods to Overcome the Lingering Slow Economy

• CR Survey Results
• Concepts for Increasing Productivity
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

First Look: Midwest E Electric Handpiece System

• Midwest E Electric Handpiece System by Dentsply Midwest
• Clinical Indications for All Electric Handpieces
• CR Conclusions

Intraoral Cameras: Current Trends

• Survey Results
• Comparison of Cameras
• CR Conclusions

Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

• Small Diameter Retraction Cord
• Low Cost, Retentive, Disposable Impression Trays
• Esthetic Light- or Dual-Cured Resin Cement
• Highly Effective Tofflemire-Type Matrix Band in New Wider Version
• Clear, Disposable, Pre-Formed Universal Implant Impression Trays with Unique Removable Sections
• Anatomy and Physiology of the Oral Cavity to Better Understand Esthetic and Prosthetic Restorations
• Instruction on work flow processes for ceramic restorations and understanding ceramic industry
• Fitted digital sensor sheath improves ease of use and patient comfort
• Universal Resin Cement in Five Esthetic Shades and with Longer Gel Phase to Help Improve Cleanup
• Disposable Phosphor Plate Barrier Envelopes
• Sonic Toothbrush with Excellent Battery Life, Thorough Cleaning, and Easy Controls

NOTICE: Change in Indication—Lava Ultimate Restorative

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