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3M™ ESPE™ Imprint™ 4 VPS Impression Material

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

Imprint™ 4 is the logical choice for today’s busy dental practices. It delivers the shortest intra-oral setting time for real time savings. It helps to reduce stress and chair time for your patients—and it offers clinically proven tear strength and super hydrophilicity for extremely accurate detail reproduction.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

G-CEM LinkAce

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

Offering significant benefits to the clinician, G-CEM™ LinkAce provides optimal self-curing properties for PFM and lithium disilicate restorations, high bond durability to Zirconia in one step, exceptional color stability, unsurpassed wear resistance and easy excess cement removal.

Available in four esthetic shades—A2 universal, AO3, BO1 and translucent—G-CEM™ LinkAce™ requires no refrigeration, so there is no delay waiting for the material to come to room temperature.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

Estelite Sigma Quick – A Spherical Revolution

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

Estelite Sigma Quick allows you to restore a variety of clinical restorations, by reducing the amount of inventory in your composite closet. Estelite Sigma Quick contains spherical fillers (200 nanometers average particle size), that diffuse light providing a more forgiving shade match throughout a range of shades.

In addition, the spherical fillers contribute to excellent initial polishability and long-term polish retention. Learn how Estelite Sigma Quick enhances your restoration time, decreases composite inventory, and provides the best alternative for your patient.

Estelite Sigma Quick was rated by Dental Advsior as “Top Composite”.
2-Year Clinical Performance by Dental Advisor
Consultant comments below:
– “After two years in service, these restorations continue to retain the esthetics achieved at placement.”
– “This material has exhibited excellent resistance to chipping and fracture in the anterior and posterior regions over the past two years.”
– “After two years of placing this material, the excellent handling, rapid cure and esthetics continue to make this my material of choice.”

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

Filtek Bulk Fill Posterior Restorative

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

Watch this video and learn about the technology behind this innovative bulk fill material by 3M ESPE. Filtek™ Bulk Fill Posterior Restorative can be filled in ONE increment up to 5mm deep, maintains its polish, and offers high strength and wear resistance.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

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3 Definitions of Oral Health: Which one is right for your practice?

Posted on by Jen McGuire | Category Recare, Total Health

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The FDI Dental World Federation recently published a new definition of oral health that was quickly adopted by more than 200 dental organizations, including the American Dental Association. According to Dr. Michael Glick and other ADA representatives, “A common definition can bring stakeholders together to advocate for the importance of oral health; to influence and shape parameters of care, health policies, research, education, and reimbursement models; and to shape the future of our profession.” Ideally the new definition will facilitate an increased focus on the importance of oral health worldwide. How oral health is defined within individual dental practices also has direct ramifications on patient health.

“Oral health is the absence of pain.”
Granted, it’s unlikely any dental professionals would choose to use this definition, but patients often rely on the absence of pain as a benchmark for oral health. Patients using this definition can feel justified in cancelling or skipping preventative visits.

“Oral health is the absence of disease.”
While the traditional definition of oral health reflects a priority on preventing and treating caries, periodontal disease, and oral cancer, there are a host of other oral conditions not considered to be diseases. This definition overlooks alignment, esthetics, and function, among others, which most dental professionals choose to address with their patients. Using this definition of oral health may lead patients to devalue oral health recommendations outside the parameters of “disease”.

“Oral health is multifaceted and includes the ability to speak, smile, smell, taste, touch, chew, swallow, and convey a range of emotions through facial expressions with confidence and without pain, discomfort, and disease of the craniofacial complex.”
Instead of focusing on what oral health is not, this new definition adopted by the FDI outlines all of the benefits that good oral health provides. Not only does this broaden the scope of what’s included in oral health, it also creates a value proposition for professional dental care that can and should be shared with patients.

During patient conversations, provide education about the importance of oral health and all that it encompasses to motivate patients to keep their appointments and accept treatment. For help with patient education, contact your Henry Schein representative or request a free in-office Total Health workshop.

 

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PSPIX by ACTEON

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

ACTEON is excited to introduce PSPIX, the first-ever personal imaging plate scanner. PSPIX is an affordable way to save time and increase the efficiency of your practice’s intraoral imaging process.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

DiamondCoat™ Ultrasonic Insert

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

DENTSPLY Professional and Cavitron® are proud to introduce the DiamondCoat™ Ultrasonic Insert, a specialized insert from the Cavitron® family of ultrasonic scalers.

This module will introduce you to the benefits of the DiamondCoat™ Ultrasonic Insert and show how the Cavitron® brand once again raises the bar by providing clinicians with improved scaling and root planing effectiveness during the treatment of periodontal disease.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental scalers at https://www.henryschein.com.

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Should you sterilize unwrapped instruments?

Posted on by HS We Do That | Category OSHA & HIPAA

sterilizerby Dr. Karson Carpenter

Critical instruments may be sterilized unwrapped only if they are for immediate use and are transported to the point of use in a sterile covered container. Semi-critical instruments that will be used immediately may be sterilized unwrapped on a tray or in a covered container, but must be handled aseptically when removing from the sterilizer and transporting to the point of use.

In most cases, it makes far more sense to wrap or place in a sterilization pouch to sterilize instruments as this allows instruments to maintain sterility indefinitely. For questions about sterilization and infection control, contact your Henry Schein representative to schedule training.

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iBOND Total Etch

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

This video features iBOND Total Etch—a state-of-the-art Total Etch adhesive product that’s based on an Etch & Rinse (two-step) bonding system. iBOND Total Etch not only leads the industry in high bond strength to both enamel and dentin, but also ensures optimal marginal adaptation and is ideal for desensitizing hypersensitive areas.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

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ScanX Swift™ Digital Imaging System

Posted on by Will Neville | Category Product Videos

ScanX Swift™ enables you to get 100% of the images you need using a compact chairside digital intraoral imaging system that produces crystal-clear images in 9 seconds or less – and captures 17 to 38% more image area. Swift’s thin, flexible cordless phosphor sensors provide unmatched patient comfort, fit where wired sensors do not, and are so durable they can be reused hundreds of times. ScanX Swift™ from Air Techniques™, for digital imaging without limits.

Learn more about Henry Schein’s vast selection of dental supplies and dental materials at https://www.henryschein.com.

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