Hinman Dental Meeting · Atlanta, Georgia · Thursday, March 22, 2018 Vol. 9, No. 1 Based on your recommendations RGP uses customer feedback to revamp its armrest design to better serve your needs. The best path to an efﬁcient practice Come learn more about the ImpactDesign series and save $50 off your registration. Making dental tech award history Why these three award-winning lighting products stand apart from all the others. »page 6 »page 10 »page 20 Something for everyone All-day programs and specialty courses geared toward the entire dental team n Whether you are brand new to dentistry or a seasoned clinician, a student or a hygienist, a general practitioner or a specialist, this year’s Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting is sure to have something perfect just for you. Returning this year are all-day programs for dental hygienists, assis- tants and office staff, and there are also a number of courses provided by dental hygiene, dental assisting and dental practice experts from around the country. “We are excited about this year’s 8see EVERYONE, page 3 5 (Photo/today Staff file photo) #MyHinman helps raise scholarship dollars n It’s not too late to help the Hinman Dental Meeting contribute money to students and dental education pro- grams throughout the country. For a second year, the Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting has launched its new #MyHinman Campaign. When someone posts the official hashtag, #MyHinman, on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, he or she will help raise money for scholarships and be entered into a drawing for $100 cash. Two winners will be drawn each day of the meeting, with the results posted at hinman.org/myhinman. Each time a post is shared on social media with the #MyHinman hashtag, Hinman will donate to the scholarship bank. Individuals are encouraged to vote for which schools should receive the “My Hinman” scholarships, which will be disbursed to three deserving students. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be announced after the meeting concludes this week. To see a list of schools and to cast your vote for the school of your choice, head to www.surveymonkey.com/r/ MyHinman. “For nearly two decades, the Hin- man Dental Meeting has contributed millions of dollars to students and den- tal education programs throughout the country,” said Dr. Patrick Yancey III, general chairman for Hinman 2018. “The #MyHinman campaign is another way to raise money for stu- dents while celebrating the reasons we all love the annual meeting and the Hinman experience.” Posts can range from sharing the #MyHinman YouTube video to 8see #MYHINMAN, page 3
4 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Predictable and functional esthetics with low shrinkage and reduced stress By Shofu Dental Staff n One of the greatest limitations in the use of resin composites is the material’s shrinkage during polym- erization. This process, typically associated with dynamic development of elastic modulus, creates a network of stress cells within the resin composite and its interface with the tooth struc- ture. The unrelieved stress can weaken the bond between the tooth structure and the restoration. Consequently, marginal leakage, tooth fracture and a restoration’s displacement may occur and further initiate the forma- tion of secondary caries and post- operative sensitivity. On average, the majority of resin composites in the market shrink about 2 to 5 percent. As polymerization shrinkage can- not be completely eliminated, a pleth- ora of techniques and protocols has been developed to conduct the manip- ulation of restorative procedures to minimize the effects of shrinkage and associated shrinkage stress. Introduction of various new com- posite systems with low-shrink chem- istry may also help overcome the problem. A next generation of a bioactive composite indicated for all cavity classes, I—V, Beautifil II LS (Low Shrink) provides general practition- ers with the means to reduce polym- erization shrinkage and shrinkage stress while creating predictable and functional esthetics. Like all restorative materials from Shofu, this novel composite incorporates the proprietary bioac- tive Giomer chemistry, clinically proven in eight- and 13-year recall studies to release and recharge fluo- ride and other beneficial ions and inhibit plaque formation to help establish a stable pH in the oral envi- ronment. Highly filled, 83 wt percent, Beautifil II LS demonstrates excellent compressive and flexural strength (ca. 370 MPa and 120 MPa, respec- 5 Functional and naturally beautiful restorations created with Beautifil II LS. (Photos/Frank J. Milnar, DDS, AAACD) Here in Atlanta Visit Shofu’s booth, No. 1519, to learn more about Beautifil II LS. polymerization shrinkage stress of 2.72 MPa, the lowest characteristics among all universal composites in the market today. Shofu attributes these outstanding results to a new pro- prietary monomer and high-density pre-polymerized fillers, which also exhibit tooth-like optical properties and natural esthetics. Available in syringes, tips and value kits, in 14 dentin and enamel shades, Beautifil II LS offers predict- able and functional esthetics with greater strength, higher wear resist- ance and naturally beautiful esthet- ics, according to the company. Features of Beautiﬁl II LS (Low Shrink) • Lowest volumetric shrinkage (0.85 percent) and shrinkage stress (2.72 MPa). • Greater strength and higher wear resistance. • Tooth-like esthetics with natural fluorescence and chameleon effect. • Polishes in an instant. • Sustained fluoride release/ recharge with bioactive Giomer chemistry. 5 Beautifil II LS. (Photo/Provided by Shofu Dental) tively), maintains ideal color stability and polishes in an instant, producing a long-lasting sheen, according to the company. Among the distinguishing features of Beautifil II LS are its low-shrink attributes. In rigorous international bench tests, this ground-breaking material volumet- ric shrinkage of 0.85 percent and demonstrated
6 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 RGP listens to its customers’ suggestions By RGP Staff n At the request of many of our long-time customers and because of recommendations from other profes- sionals in the dental industry, RGP has revamped its relax and hydro armrest design to better serve your needs. Our 2-D and 3-D armrests are fully telescoping, fluid arm supports that provide subtle shoulder, neck and back support without limiting the user’s natural motions. Dentistry requires the activation of many different muscles, and it can be very painful on the body. Taking small precautionary steps and adjust- ing your workplace environment to better support these muscles is impor- tant for your long-term success and health. Our new armrests have been built to extend out an extra 6 inches beyond our previous design. This extra length and reach makes the armrests all the more functional in your day-to-day procedures. If you are experiencing non- dominant shoulder and arm pain, AD Here in Atlanta To check out RGP’s line of stools and armrests, stop by the booth, No. 637. chances are it’s because of constant levitation of the arm in free space while retracting or holding a mir- ror. Dental professionals find them- selves pulling a cart over, leaning on a nearby counter top, resting on their knee or, even worse, the patient’s head. RGP armrests are designed to help us eliminate these bad habits. When we allow the arm support to take the weight off, we maintain our proper posture and reduce our stress and fatigue significantly, RGP asserts. For more than 20 years, customers have been feeling and seeing the bene- fits of these telescoping arm supports, and many of our customers attrib- ute the prolonging of their careers to our unique arm support system. All of RGP’s stools can easily accept the arm supports. Combining our arm support system with our line of stools and chairs makes for an enjoyable 3 The 400-D stool with a relaxed armrest. 3 A saddle stool with arms. 3 (Photos/Provided by RGP) and comfortable work day. All RGP stools and arms come with a full 30-day money back guarantee. If you are unhappy with any product that you purchase from RGP, we will pay the return shipping and refund your money, or we will swap the product for a different style to accom- modate your needs. Proper ergonomics in the work- place is extremely important and can change your life. Call RGP today to discuss the different options that are available to you.
8 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 REVEAL HD Bulk: When you need speed but don’t want to sacriﬁce strength or esthetics By Dr. Joseph Kim n When it comes to composite res- torations, dentists are often asked to sacrifice speed for quality or quality for speed. This has been especially true when it comes to bulk fill com- posites, which brought the promise of larger increment sizes but required specialized equipment or were other- wise difficult to handle. Now, clinicians can have a com- posite that easily adapts to the tooth and can be used in a true bulk fill technique. REVEAL® HD Bulk is BISCO’s new bulk fill light-activated restorative composite, optimized for simpler and faster posterior restora- tions. REVEAL HD Bulk combines appropriate handling, depth of cure and polishability, allowing clinicians to provide patients with functional and esthetic composites while saving valuable chair time. REVEAL HD Bulk allows for layer- ing increments up to 5 mm because of its predictable depth of cure. This fea- ture is accompanied by low volumet- ric shrinkage, high flexural strength and excellent radiopacity, resulting in long-lasting, durable restorations. While REVEAL HD Bulk is indicated for all direct and indirect restora- tions, clinicians will appreciate the significant time savings that bulk fill- ing provides, especially in posterior teeth. Like other restorative composites, it is important to maintain adequate isolation to prevent contamination of the tooth from saliva and blood. When indicated, use of a sectional matrix system with significant separating force will ensure excellent adapta- tion to the proximal margins, as well as minimize interproximal food impaction. After excellent isolation has been achieved, a universal bonding agent, such as ALL BOND UNIVERSAL,® is applied to all prepared surfaces according to manufacturer instruc- tions. When possible, it is ideal to selectively etch the enamel surfaces where the composite in intended prior to application of the bonding agent, resulting in minimal long-term mar- 5 (Photo/Provided by BISCO ginal leakage and dentinal sensitivity issues. Depending on operator prefer- ence, a flowable composite resin may be used in the deepest and least accessible areas of the preparation, including undercuts and the cavosur- face margins of proximal boxes. The appropriate shade of REVEAL HD Bulk can be placed in a single incre- ment for most Class 1, 2 and 3 restora- tions. For preparations that include areas that are deeper than 5 mm, it is advisable to build the restoration in appropriately sized increments. Keep in mind that because of its unique chemistry, care should be taken to avoid unnecessary exposure to light, including from ambient and overhead sources, in order to avoid Here in Atlanta Stop by the BISCO booth, No. 1337, to learn more or visit reveal.bisco.com or call (800) 247-3368. premature hardening of the material. Finally, the restoration can be fin- ished with fine diamonds and finish- ing carbides, followed by finishing points. It is worth noting that since REVEAL HD Bulk’s viscosity has been tuned for bulk fill applications, it is preferable to limit occlusal carv- ing and shaping to primary anatomy prior to curing. After curing, greater detail may be added with finishing burs, as needed. Alternatively, when darker or restorative opaceous composite shades are required, REVEAL HD Bulk can by placed and cured short of the occlusal cavosurface margins. The final layer can be a traditional restorative composite in an ideal shade and opacity. Because REVEAL HD Bulk is universally compatible, it will serve as an excellent base under all light-activated restorative composites. REVEAL HD Bulk has been specifi- cally designed to address the needs of clinicians who require the speed of a bulk fill restorative composite with- out sacrificing strength and ignoring esthetics. It is currently available in the most commonly used shades, from A3 to B1, in both syringe and unit dose form.
10 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Midmark offers ImpactDesign Series By Midmark Staff n How much space do I need? Should I build, buy or lease? Can I afford it? Will my design fit my brand? These are some of the difficult questions you may be asking during the planning stages of creating a new, more efficient dental office. The deci- sions you’ll make are not only based on how to design your office but, more importantly, how to access the invest- ment required. Maybe you haven’t committed to a space because you’re not sure how much you can afford. Maybe you have a plan, but it doesn’t quite align with your dental design and workflow objectives. You know something is wrong; you just don’t know how to fix it. This is why Midmark offers the ImpactDesign Seminar Series. ImpactDesign is an interactive semi- nar to help dentists understand what it takes to enhance their office space for optimal economic benefits and an improved patient experience. AD Here in Atlanta Stop by the Midmark booth, No. 919, to learn more about the ImpactDesign series. Present a copy of the ad on Page 21 to save $50 on your registra- tion. Our educational program is a unique collaboration between you, Midmark and dental design experts who will assist you in developing your own office design to best meet your unique needs and expectations. Featured speakers Dr. Jeff Carter and Pat Carter of Practice Design Group (PDG) will help remove the stumbling blocks. The Carters help formulate a vision by determining what makes sense to meet your long- term goals. They provide insight into what may improve a practice, includ- ing dental design and lending crite- ria, equipment and which products will fit best based on project type, size and financial circumstance. Midmark is pleased to offer a new 3 Jeff and Pat Carter. (Photo/ Provided by Midmark) ImpactDesign event, at the Hilton Marietta Hotel & Conference Center in Marietta, Ga., on Friday, May 4. Go to midmark.com/IDHinman for more information, or bring a copy of the ad on Page 21 to the booth, No. 919, to save $50 on your registration. About Pat Carter, IIDA, and Jeff Carter, DDS Pat Carter, IIDA, is an NCIDQ licensed interior designer. Since 1979, she has been involved in the design and con- struction of more than 2,000 dental facilities. Jeff Carter, DDS, is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Dentistry and worked as an associate, partnered in a large group practice, owned his own practice and main- tained an active dental license for 17 years. In 2002, Pat and Jeff formed PDG as a solution for dentists seeking a collaborative and innovative design resource. PDG continues to focus on improving dental practices through ergonomic practice-driven design solutions and has produced 16 national dental office design winners. and
12 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Atlanta Dental Supply joins Planmeca as distribution partner By Planmeca Staff n Planmeca, a leading provider of dental hardware and software, announced several new distribution partners for the expansion of its distribution agreements with the addition of the Planmeca CAD/CAM portfolio in North America, including Atlanta Dental Supply. Other new distribution partners include Patterson Dental, Burkhart Dental Supply, Midway Dental Supply and Nashville Dental. includes This expansion the recently launched Planmeca Emer- ald Intraoral scanner, Planmeca Plan- CAD design software, Planmeca Plan- Mill 40 S and Planmeca Romexis Com- pare Adaptive Learning software for the education market. “As the demand for our chairside dentistry solutions like the Planmeca AD Here in Atlanta To learn more about Planmeca, stop by the booth, Nos. 527/627. To learn more about Atlanta Dental, stop by booth Nos. 337, 769, 1207 and 1311. FIT increases, it’s vital we work with industry partners that can supply a high level of support and innovative products and service that is expected within the marketplace. With proven track records and an average of 100 years of experience in the dental industry, our new distribution part- ners provide sales and field level sup- port that will exponentially expand the reach of our CAD/CAM solutions,” said Brett Hines, president of Plan- meca USA. Digital dentistry has expanded need and created high demand. Users need ultra-fast intraoral scanning at an affordable price, and they need a way to easily connect, share and con- trol their practice workflows. While some might want to scan and send to their labs, others want to offer same- day dentistry. Planmeca’s CAD/CAM solutions address both of these needs, according to the company. “Adding Planmeca’s CAD/CAM portfolio brings all the components of the digital workflow together with the power and control of Romexis soft- ware,” said Tom Richardson, presi- dent of Atlanta Dental Supply. “We are now able to help our clients evaluate and add each component of the work- flow at a time that’s best for their prac- tice, while providing the full support and personal care they need.” “Our newly formed partnerships represent the core value of creating an exceptional client experience and significant reach in alignment with our objectives for the brand,” Hines said. “We are confident in the ability of our new distributors to solidify our Planmeca CAD/CAM line as the new standard in chairside CAD/CAM throughout North America.” Planmeca is one of the largest pri- vately held companies in the dental equipment market and one of the industry’s leading manufacturers of dental X-rays and core equipment, with a North American office located in Roselle, Ill., and international head- quarters in Helsinki, Finland. Atlanta Dental is a privately held, employee-owned company celebrat- ing 150 years of full-service support. With its headquarters in Duluth, Ga., Atlanta Dental says it meets the needs of its customers through a team of ter- ritory managers, trained technicians and attentive customer service.
14 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Headlights: Now in high-deﬁnition By Designs for Vision Staff n Designs for Vision is introducing an advanced photonic design that provides uniform light distribution with maximum intensity. The patent-pending headlights optically focus the light from the LED to provide 45 percent more light with uniform distribution. The new LED DayLite® Micro HDi™ combines the new high-definition imaging with a very lightweight headlight in combination with the new Micro power pack, according to the company, which says the Micro power pack is the lightest and small- est available. The complete unit includes two power packs, and each power pack can run up to 10 hours. Designs for Vision has also added the high-definition imaging to LED DayLite WireLess Mini HDi, provid- ing a lightweight, cordless solution with light intensity comparable to many corded headlights. You can choose high-definition imaging with either a wired or wireless design to AD Here in Atlanta You can see the Visible Difference® yourself by visiting Designs for Vision’s booth, No. 1001, or contact the company to arrange a visit in your of- fice by calling (800) 345-4009 or email- ing email@example.com. the weight by 40 percent while provid- ing an expanded-field, full oral cavity view at 3.5x magnification. Building on the award-winning design, the newest addition to the Micro Series line is the Micro 4.5EF Scopes. These scopes reduce both the size and weight of the telescopes by 44 percent. On the move Designs for Vision has expanded into a new 67,500-square-foot location at 4000 Veterans Memorial Highway in Bohemia, N.Y. You can visit www.DesignsFor Vision.com/move.htm to check out some photos of the new facility. 5 The new HDi headlights from Designs for Vision can provide up to 45 percent more light with uniform distribution. (Photo/Provided by Designs for Vision) meet your preference, and all HDi headlights will illuminate the entire oral cavity. Designs for Vision’s WireLess head- lights free you from being tethered to a battery pack. The simple modu- lar designs uncouple the headlights from a specific frame or single pair of loupes. Prior technology married a cord- less light to one pair of loupes via a cumbersome integration of the batter- ies and electronics into the frame. The compact design of the LED DayLite WireLess headlights are inde- pendent of any frame/loupes. In addition, Designs for Vision is also featuring the REALITY 5-star rated The Micro 3.5EF Scopes, which utilize a revolutionary optical design that reduces the size of the prismatic telescope by 50 percent and reduces
16 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Glidewell and Structo announce integration of Velox 3-D desktop printer into glidewell.io By Glidewell Dental Staff n Glidewell Dental, an industry- leading provider of custom restora- tive services, materials and devices, has announced its expanded part- nership with Structo, a dental 3-D printing solutions provider, with the integration of the Structo Velox desk- top 3-D printer into the glidewell. io™ In-Office Solution. Glidewell Dental and Structo have enjoyed a strong working rela- tionship over the years, with the California-based dental technology company being announced as the launch customer for Structo’s latest 3-D printer designed for dental labs, the DentaForm, just last April. Since the emergence of 3-D print- ing in the dental industry, adoption in the chairside segment has been hampered by time-consuming pre- and post-processes. “To take dental 3-D printing to the AD Here in Atlanta To learn more about the Velox desktop 3-D printer and the glidewell.io In- Office Solution, stop by the Glidewell booth, No. 929. next level, we believe the complexity of the technology must get out of the way so that clinicians can focus on delivering better patient outcomes,” said Huub van Esbroeck, founder at Structo. The Structo Velox is a desktop 3-D printer that features a patented fully autonomous post-processing system to streamline the dental appliance manufacturing process. It comprises three stages — print, wash and cure — on a rotating carousel, fitting all these functions into one single low- footprint automated system. The Velox also features Structo’s new pre-processing service called AutoPrint, a cloud service to which users simply upload an STL file, after which the nesting, supporting and slicing are taken care of — and the printer can start automatically without requiring any further inter- vention. in November, In-Office Solution the Unveiled glidewell.io is described as a chairside ecosystem designed to simplify the prescribing and delivering of laboratory-grade restorations. The workflow begins with an intraoral scan transferred to Glidewell’s fastdesign.io™ Software, which serves to auto-design restora- tions. The software also serves as a communications platform to the lab, where users can prescribe cases or access digital optimization and tech- nical support. For cases in which chairside mill- ing is indicated, the clinician submits the design to the fastmill.io™ In-Office Unit for immediate fabrication. Mike Selberis, Glidewell’s chief technology officer said: “With the addition of the Structo Velox, the glidewell.io Solution will be able to offer a complete suite of in-office applications covering intraoral scan- ning, desktop milling and now desk- top 3-D printing, giving clinicians an all-in-one solution for lab-grade appli- ance manufacturing in their own practice.” “This partnership with Glidewell Dental and the development of a deep integration with their systems fully embodies our vision for the Velox — taking the work out of the workflow — making this a perfect partnership to bring our dental-specific solutions to market,” van Esbroeck said. The Structo Velox 3D printer is expected to be available as part of the glidewell.io Solution in the United States later this year, with applica- tions for the closed beta program now open.
18 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Anutra Medical introduces 1 percent lidocaine as a new product offering By Anutra Medical Staff n Medical device company, Anutra Medical, is now adding 1 percent lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000 to its product offerings, making this particular concentration of lidocaine more accessible to the dental market than ever before. A published study that appeared in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofa- AD Here in Atlanta To learn more about the Anutra Lo- cal Anesthetic Delivery System or 1 percent lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000, stop by the Anutra Medical booth, No. 612. cial Surgery in October 2017 showed that buffered 1 percent lidocaine with epinephrine can be equally as effective as 2 percent lidocaine with epinephrine for a maxillary field block. This independent study by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, found that buffering 1 percent lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000 with the Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System® “reduces the pain on injection with a maxillary field block and results in similar lengths of pulpal anesthesia tested with a cold stimulus” as compared to the traditionally used 2 percent lidocaine with epinephrine 1:100,000. As a result of the study showing the benefits of the lower concentra- tion of lidocaine, Anutra Medical is now adding 1 percent lidocaine with epinephrine, 1:100,000 as one of its regular product offerings. In other studies conducted in April 2017, utilizing the Anutra Local Anes- thetic Delivery System, the School of Dentistry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, found that, “Mean blood level differences of lido- caine for each patient were signifi- cantly lower after nerve block with the buffered drug compared with the nonbuffered agent.” Anutra Medical says it is excited to introduce 1 percent lidocaine 1:100,000 into the dental market in a more accessible format than it has been in the past. The option of this new concentration of lidocaine to dental practitioners further shows Anutra’s dedication to increasing patient experiences while transform- ing practitioner’s efficiency, accord- ing to the company. Anutra is accepting orders for the new product offering. 5 The Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System. (Photo/Provided by Anutra Medical)
20 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 Orascoptic makes history with Cellerant tech awards 5 The three Cellerant awards for The Spark cordless headlight, Ease-In-Shields and the new OmniOptic interchangeable loupe system. (Photo/Provided by Orascoptic) AD By Orascoptic Staff n Orascoptic has made history by becoming the first company ever to win three Cellerant “Best of Class” Technology awards. The Spark™ cord- less headlight, Ease-In Shields™ and the new OmniOptic™ interchangeable loupe system all stand out in ways that set the products apart from oth- ers in the industry, according to the company. With a legacy of setting the stand- ard for quality craftsmanship and introducing transformative products to the medical vision industry, Oras- coptic is proud to be recognized for its advanced product performance and clinician-first features. According to Orascoptic, it is hoped that these three products will help bring the world closer to the day when every health-care procedure will be performed with superior visu- alization and under ideal ergonomic conditions, in order to drive the best patient outcomes. Orascoptic believes fully in this vision, and there is no better place to drive this vision forward than here at the Hinman Dental Meeting, attended by professionals from all over the world, the company asserts. Orascoptic is excited to have the three award-winning products, as well as the rest of its extensive line of loupes and headlights, at its booth for all attendees to see and test out for themselves. Orascoptic is located at booth No. 1407 — make sure you stop by to see the award-winning products. You can also visit orascoptic.com to learn more about other products that focus on magnification, illumination and ergonomics. Here in Atlanta Stop by the Orascoptic booth, No. 1407, to test out and learn more about all the products the company offers.
22 exhibitors Hinman Dental Meeting — March 22, 2018 SoloCem self-adhesive dual-curing resin cement saves clinicians time By COLTENE Staff n Clinicians can eliminate steps and save time using SoloCem, COLTENE’S self-adhesive dual-curing resin cement. Self-adhesive SoloCem achieves reliable bonding values — with no additional bonding required — making it a true one-step process for the clinician, the company asserts. MDP and 4-MET(A) monomers ensure strong bonding values on a range of different materials (ceramic, metal, composite) and for a variety of indications (crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, endodontic posts and implant abutments). The one-step cementation process saves time for the dentist without sac- rificing reliable bonding, according to the company. SoloCem is available in three shades: dentin, white opaque and AD Here in Atlanta Visit COLTENE at booth No. 1237 to check out SoloCem. You may also re- quest a free sample by visiting cements. coltene.com. translucent. 5 ml refills are available for each shade as well as an intro kit that contains 5 ml syringes of dentin and translucent and 10 each of two mixing tip varieties. In a recent Dental Advisor Clinical Evaluation, clinicians rated SoloCem at 92 percent on a scale of 1 to 100. Additionally, 96 percent of the clini- cians who tested the cement said they would recommend the product. Visit COLTENE at booth No. 1237 and ask to demo SoloCem. You may also request a free sample by visiting cements.coltene.com. 5 (Photo/Provided by Coltene)