G-CEM ONE from GC America
This is a one-and-done self-adhesive cementation system. You can use it to deliver all types of indirect restorations, and cleanup is a cinch! You can use the bond-enhancing primer for preps that don’t offer a lot of retention. This is a great option if you want to reduce inventory, but still offer exceptional bond strengths for all your restorations.
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These discs are great for contouring and polishing anterior composite and provisional restorations. They allow me to create beautiful, lifelike embrasures and line angles. I also love these for contouring my class II posterior composite restorations. I don’t like it when my contacts look overcontoured or when my marginal ridges look square; one of these orange discs works every time!
Omnichroma Flow from Tokuyama DentalIf you are into injectable composite systems, this is one to check out! Omnichroma Flow offers the same shade-matching ability as
Oral biofilm has been implicated in the exacerbation of many systemic illnesses, including heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes. Guided biofilm therapy allows us to identify and remove biofilm efficiently and ergonomically, while providing patients with an exceptional experience.Opalescence Go Trays from Ultradent
Tooth whitening is a common recommendation from dental professionals. Many patients invest in bleaching trays, which are easily lost, chewed by dogs, or ill-fitting after subsequent dental work. Opalescence Go are disposable, take-home trays that provide patients with great results.
Editor's note: This article appeared in the April 2022 print edition of Dental Economics magazine. Dentists in North America are eligible for a complimentary print subscription. Sign up here.