Eight-ply sponge

Oct. 1, 2000
Richmond Dental, a leading supplier of disposable dental products, introduces an eight-ply sponge that the company says is designed to save dental professionals time and money through increased absorption capacity and speed.

Richmond Dental, a leading supplier of disposable dental products, introduces an eight-ply sponge that the company says is designed to save dental professionals time and money through increased absorption capacity and speed.

The new MultiPly? sponge is made from a special nonwoven blend of polyester and rayon fibers, specifically created for dental procedures that require greater absorption speed and capacity. Independent testing has rated the new sponge 100 percent more absorbent than comparable products.

The MultiPly? sponge also is lint-free and eliminates problems with loose threads common to gauge products. It is available in 2x2, 3x3, and 4x4 sizes and also will be offered in a presterilized (SteriPocket?) dosage package that can be given to patients after extractions or oral surgery.

For more information, contact Barnhardt Manufacturing at (800) 277-0377 or visit www.barnhardt.net.

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