CDA Presents · Anaheim, California · Friday, May 18, 2018 Vol. 11, No. 2 Scenes from CDA Presents Take in all the new product-, in-booth demon-tration- and -pecial -aving-. »pages 6 & 8 Loupes, lights and show specials If you’re in the market for magnification loupe-, you won’t want to mi-- thi- booth. A new addition to the world of CAD/CAM If you’ve been he-itant to make the move to CAD/CAM, thi- mill might change your mind. »page 10 »page 12 Big draw By Robert Selleck, today Staff n A giant -et of teeth, a huge tooth- bru-h and what might be the bigge-t video di-play ever to be -een a- a booth backdrop were all on di-play Thur-day at CDA Pre-ent-. But bigge-t of all were the deal- to be had through- out the exhibit hall. The mega--creen, called an LED Wall, can be found in the Sky Dental Supply booth, No. 749. It’- the fir-t time the company ha- u-ed the 200--quare- foot LED Wall in it- booth, but ba-ed on the attention it’- been garnering, 8see DRAW, page 4 AD 5 Francisca Pecina, with Kings Two Dental Supply, booth No. 882, takes a picture of, from left, Amanda Baran, Aleyah Strahle, Nicole Becerra, Taylor Medina, Kacey Lawson, Mary Steging and Julian Ruelas. They are dental assisting students at Southern California Regional Occupational Center in Torrance, Calif., here with a group of 18 students brought to the meeting by Instructor Martha Arredondo, RDA. (Photos/Robert Selleck, today Staff) Online dental supply marketplace names veteran e-commerce, retail leader as interim CEO n The Denti-t- Service Company, a -ub-idiary of the California Dental A--ociation, i- poi-ed for it- next pha-e of growth a- e-commerce vet- eran Jim Wiggett ha- been named a- interim CEO to lead the expan-ion of TDSC Marketplace, an online dental -upply purcha-ing program. “Our member-’ long-term -ucce-- i- crucial, which i- why we built TDSC Marketplace,” -aid Walter G. Weber, DDS, chair of the TDSC Board Sephora.com and i- the founder of the Jack-on Hole Group, a -trategic man- agement con-ulting group. Wiggett -erved in a -imilar role for 8see MARKETPLACE, page 4
6 scrapbook CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Scenes from Thursday 5 Amy Farthing and Anutra President Jeff Daner can explain at booth No. 1746 why using Anutra will dramatically increase patient satisfaction for your practice. 5 Be sure to visit the team at Shofu Dental, No. 1128, who stand ready to answer all your questions. 5 Taylor Maguire of Kulzer, booth No. 742, shows off the new Ivory ReLeaf, which assists with evacuation and retraction during dental procedures. 5 The Henry Schein booth, No. 1362, has a wide variety of in-booth presentations and demonstrations you won’t want to miss. 5 Jessica Stevenson and Vanessa Sanchez of Glidewell Dental at the booth, No. 1452. Photos by Sierra Rendon, today Staff 5 The DentalEZ team is ready to introduce you to the RAMVAC at booth No. 416. 5 Attendees stream into the first day of the CDA annual session in Anaheim, Calif.
8 scrapbook CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 5 Concord Career College, Garden Grove, students in the dental assistant program enjoy checking out the hundreds of CDA exhibit hall booths on Thursday. 5 Aaron Strader and Cindy Ackerman of Flow Dental can show you the newest in dental imaging at booth No. 662. 5 Stop by the Medidenta booth, No. 1733, to ask about CDC bundles, free offers and big discounts on burs. 5 The team at Coltene can help you find just what you need at booth No. 2250. 5 Be sure to see the Puche Dental team at the booth, No. 590, where you can also check out Solvay’s Ultaire AKP. 5 The team at Bisco stands ready to ‘Reveal’ its new light-cured bulk fill restorative composite at booth No. 400. 4 Be sure to ask about the new DEXVoice hands-free option at Dexis, booth No. 1535. 5 Eric Beard and Andrew Lammers at Midmark have the newest dental cabinetry and treatment stations to show you at booth No. 516. 5 Visit Eva Hernandez and Andrea Walker at the Trident booth, No. 625.
10 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Head this way for loupes and lights By Orascoptic Staff n There i- a lot of buzz circling around Ora-coptic at booth No. 1334 during thi- year’- CDA Pre-ent- in Anaheim, according to the company. In addition to pre-enting a portfolio of award-winning loupe- and light-, the company will be offering an expre-- -hipping -ervice for order- placed during the -how. Cu-tomer- can place their cu-tom loupe order (non-pre-cription only) at the booth and receive their order the following week. Typical lead time on a cu-tom loupe i- three week-. Thi- i- part of the company’- continuing effort- to not only focu- on product innovation but al-o focu- on -ervice innovation to benefit cu-tomer-. When you’re at the booth, be -ure to check out OmniOptic™ — the fir-t and only interchangeable magnifi- cation loupe that allow- clinician- to -elect the optimal magnification power for each procedure, according to the company. If you purcha-e an OmniOptic -y-tem with two -et- of tel- AD 5 Orascoptic Western Regional Sales Manager Chrissy Kraus, KaVo Kerr, demonstrates EyeZoom adjustable magnification loupes, adjustable from zero to 3x, 4x or 5x magnification. They’re the only loupes like it in the industry (except for the Orascoptic EyeZoom Mini). Here in Anaheim To learn more, -top by the Ora-coptic booth, No. 1334. 5 All testing stations are active at the Orascoptic booth (No. 1334) Thursday morning. (Photos/Robert Selleck, today Staff) e-cope- at full price, you can receive a third -et for free (approximately $2,000 in -aving-). There will be more exciting pro- motion- taking place throughout the -how at booth No. 1334, according to the company, but you’ll have to vi-it Ora-coptic to -ee for your-elf.
12 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Planmeca expands CAD/CAM portfolio with the launch of the PlanMill 30 S By Planmeca USA Staff n Planmeca USA ha- announced the launch of it- newe-t mill, the Planmeca PlanMill® 30 S, for chair-ide milling. The PlanMill 30 S i- making it- debut here at the CDA Pre-ent- in booth- No-. 1376 and 1476. The new Planmeca PlanMill 30 S ha- been de-igned for optimal preci-ion by combining high-perfor- mance -ervo motor technology and durable milling component-. Capa- ble of reaching maximum -peed- of 100,000 rpm-, a four-axi- high--peed -pindle i- ideal for -ingle-vi-it re-- toration- and everyday milling of inlay-, onlay-, crown- or bridge-. Direct drive linear force motor- u-ed in the manufacturing of aero- -pace component- are unique to Plan- meca milling unit-, re-ulting in an accurate and robu-t platform capable AD Here in Anaheim Stop by the Planmeca USA booth-, No. 1376 and 1476, to check out the new PlanMill 30 S. For more informa- tion, vi-it www.planmecausa.com. of milling a broad range of material- to provide the be-t treatment option for the patient, according to the com- pany. An intuitive u-er interface coupled with Sy-tem Maintenance, Alert-, Report- and Tool (SMART) -oftware -treamline- the u-er experience with update- on -tatu- to notify you when the mill need- attention. Sy-tem auto- mation create- a more efficient mill- ing proce-- by detecting worn or bro- ken bur- and automatically replacing them for a refined re-torative fini-h, the company a--ert-. A- with all Planmeca product-, the Planmeca PlanMill 30 S i- de-igned on an open platform for -eamle-- inte- gration with mo-t dental equipment, according to the company. “The launch of the Planmeca Plan- Mill 30 S i- an ideal milling option for cu-tomer- who are con-idering CAD/CAM technology but have been he-itant to inve-t,” -aid Brett Hine-, pre-ident of Planmeca USA. “When combined with the Emerald Scanner, Planmeca 3D imaging and Romexi- -oftware, the 30 S create- an incred- ible -y-tem that bring- the digital workflow to life in one -eamle--, ea-y proce--.” 4 Mark Ebersold and Rod Duncan prepare to demonstrate the Planmeca PlanMill 30 S in the Planmeca booth, No. 1376. (Photo/Robert Selleck, today Staff)
14 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Are state dental boards shifting toward heat sterilization for low-speed handpieces? By Preventech Staff n Depending on the -tate where you practice, the an-wer may already be “ye-.” According to the Organization for Safety, A-ep-i- and Prevention (OSAP), 11 -tate- have -pecific policy -tatement- requiring heat -terili- zation of all handpiece- between patient- within the -tate dental prac- tice act-.1 The remaining 39 -tate- directly or indirectly provide the CDC guideline- a- recommendation- for infection control in the dental practice. Ultimately, the -tructure of the dental practice i- governed by the individual -tate dental board- and their legi-lative proce--e-; therefore, each practitioner -hould review and remain up-to-date with hi- or her -tate’- dental rule- and regulation-. When making a deci-ion to pur- cha-e or replace your low--peed (hygiene) handpiece-, heat tolerance AD Here in Anaheim To learn more and to experience the ĒSA/ĒSAMATE® Prophy Sy-tem in your own hand-, vi-it Preventech at booth No. 1323. and the handpiece’- ability to undergo a number of autoclave cycle- daily already i- or -oon could be a critical factor in your office -taying compliant with the -tate dental practice act. Cur- rently, CDC guideline- recommend “dental handpiece- and the attach- ment- -hould alway- be heat -teri- lized between patient-,” adding “if a -emi-critical item i- heat--en-itive, DHCP -hould replace it with a heat- tolerant or di-po-able alternative.” 2 Preventech, a leader in preventive denti-try product-, offer- a -olution that goe- beyond compliance with CDC guideline-. The ĒSA® Di-po-able Prophy Angle and ĒSAMATE® hand- 5 (Photo/Provided by Preventech) piece -y-tem a--ure- infection con- trol compliance in all 50 -tate-. And -hould your -tate move away from CDC guideline- to heat -terilization, you’ll maintain compliance. The ĒSA di-po-able prophy angle fit- the Star® Titan®, Midwe-t Rhino® and Shorty® handpiece-, connect- quickly and ea-ily to the motor and deliver- -mooth, quiet, con-i-tent performance, the company a--ert-. Plu- you’ll never have to maintain or buy a -traight attachment ever again. For office- that do not have Star or Midwe-t motor-, Preventech offer- two ĒSAMATE model-, a MW (Midwe-t) and ST (Star Titan) with a number of economical purcha-e option-. Both handpiece- run at 5,000 rpm, are lube-free and weigh ju-t a few ounce-. Both model- provide proven air- driven performance without the need for batterie- or recharging and are backed by a two-year warranty, according to the company. References 1. Organization for Safety, Aqepqiq and Pre- vention. Frequently Aqked Queqtionq (FAQq) on dental infection control. www. osap.org. State Dental Practice Boardq in California, Florida, Indiana, Kanqaq, Miq- qouri, Minneqota, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia and Waqhington require qemi-critical itemq be qterilized after every patient. “Summary of Infection Prevention Practiceq in Dental Settingq,” Centerq for Diqeaqe Control and Prevention, March 2016, P. 14. 2 .
16 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 An IPR solution just got better By ContacEZ Staff n A- a part of it- mi--ion to alway- provide denti-t- with only the be-t -olution- for improved patient care, ContacEZ continue- to refine, improve and expand it- product line- to make them -afer and more effective, accord- ing to the company. In that effort, ba-ed on year- of feedback and -ugge-tion from cu-- tomer-, ContacEZ ha- developed the late-t expan-ion to the Supra IPR Strip Sy-tem — Supra IPR Plu-. The four new -trip- that compo-e Supra IPR Plu- include mea-urement- that increa-e incrementally from 0.35 mm to 0.50 mm. For clear aligner provider-, thi- mean- the Supra IPR Strip Sy-tem can now -afely and effectively per- form any amount of IPR required by a patient’- treatment plan, according to the company. Supra IPR Plu- ha- more to offer, however, than ju-t the expanded range of -trip thickne--e-. Each AD Here in Anaheim To check out the Supra IPR Strip Sy-- tem, -top by the booth, No. 2142. new -trip u-e- a new and improved -trip handle from a company known for pioneering -ingle-handed -trip de-ign-. The company a--ert- that the improved grip provide- doctor- with unparalleled tactile control for be-t-in-cla-- acce-- to both anterior and po-terior teeth. Be-t of all, however, i- a major quality-of-life upgrade that i- the fir-t of it- kind in -ingle-handed dental -trip-. Each of the new Supra IPR Plu- -trip- come- with it- -pecification- engraved right on the handle. Thi- mean- never again needing to refer back to product literature or memo- rize individual -trip -ize-, -aving you valuable chair time and making IPR more convenient than ever, according to the company. Join ContacEZ at booth No. 2142 to 5 (Photo/Provided by ContacEZ) experience how the entire Supra IPR Strip Sy-tem, including the all-new Supra IPR Plu-, can benefit your prac- tice and your patient-.
20 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Placing endodontic repair materials just got easier The MAP One starter kit allows for optimal usage of material with minimal waste By Roydent Dental Products Staff n Preci-e and controlled placement of endodontic repair material-, -uch a- MTA, cement-, bioactive dentine -ub-titute- and calcium hydroxide, i- critical for a number of procedure-, -uch a- pulp capping and -urgery. With the growing global demand to effectively place the-e material-, Produit- Dentaire- and Roydent Den- tal Product- now the affordable and -implified MAP One Mini Kit, which i- better adapted to the need- of GP- and endodonti-t- alike. The MAP One i- a -tarter kit allow- AD Here in Anaheim To learn more about the MAP One Mini Kit, -top by the Roydent Dental Prod- uct- booth, No. 1321. ing for optimal u-age of material with minimal wa-te. The MAP One contain- one -tainle----teel -yringe, one NiTi needle, eight plunger- and a cleaning curette. Stop by the booth, No. 1321, to learn more today. 4 Tanya Beck with the MAP One intro kit. (Photo/Robert Selleck, today Staff) Henry Schein to present DigiTALK panel here at CDA By Henry Schein Staff n Henry Schein Dental, the U.S. dental bu-ine-- of Henry Schein Inc., announced it- lineup of in-booth pre-- entation- and demon-tration- taking place at the company’- exhibit booth, No. 1362, here at the CDA. Attendee- will have an opportu- nity to attend DigiTALK panel di-cu-- -ion-, which will feature education and training to help en-ure practi- tioner- -ucce--fully integrate digital technologie- into practice workflow-, participate in live 3-D printing and learn about new product- and -er- vice- to help them grow their bu-i- ne--. Effectively integrating digital solutions through education During the meeting, Henry Schein will ho-t it- DigiTALK program, a -erie- of panel di-cu--ion- featur- ing partner- from Planmeca, Kavo Kerr Group, Dent-ply Sirona, 3Shape and Ivoclar Vivadent, a- well a- a -eminar from Henry Schein Financial Service-. • 11 a.m. today: DigiTALK Panel Di-cu--ion with Dent-ply Sirona — “Implant Workflow” • 1:30 p.m. today: DigiTALK Panel Di-cu--ion with 3Shape and Ivoclar Vivadent — “Enhancing the Patient Experience” In-booth demonstrations Henry Schein will al-o offer live 3-D printing demon-tration- with 3Shape and Formlab- featuring 3Shape TRIOS™ and Formlab- Form2 3-D Printer. With a--i-tance from the company’- digital technology -peciali-t-, clinician- will have an opportunity to -can, de-ign and print a -urgical guide. Al-o in the booth, Henry Schein will di-play digital technology -olu- tion-, including -canner-, milling unit-, 3-D printer- and abutment -olution-. Repre-entative- will be available to an-wer que-tion-, -ug- ge-t cu-tomized -olution- and demon- -trate new product-. Here in Anaheim Stop by the Henry Schein booth, No. 1362, for DigiTalk pre-entation- and live 3-D printing demon-tration-. For more information, vi-it www. henryschein.com/us-en/dental/events- education/cda-spring.aspx.
22 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 COLTENE expands HyFlex EDM endodontic product line to include new size and 20/.05 preparation ﬁle By COLTENE Staff n COLTENE ha- expanded it- HyFlex EDM endodontic product line. HyFlex EDM file- are now available in 21 mm a- well a- 25 mm. In addition, a 20/.05 preparation file ha- been added to the line, which enable- the clinician to treat curved canal- only with the efficient HyFlex EDM -y-tem. Here in Anaheim Vi-it booth No. 2250 to -ee the new HyFlex EDM file- for your-elf. To re- que-t a free -ample, vi-it Hyflexedm. coltene.com. 10/.05, the 20/.05 file allow- minimally inva-ive, fa-t preparation of the canal, according to the company. After creating a glidepath with the HyFlex EDM file- are indicated in ca-e- with calcification or retreat- ment. Fabricated u-ing EDM (electrical di-charge machining) breakthrough technology, HyFlex EDM offer- up to 700 percent greater fracture re-i-t- ance compared to traditional Niti file- (Int Endod J. 2015 May 22. doi: 10.1111/ iej.12470). The OneFile i- de-igned to increa-e the number of ca-e- that can be prepared with confidence u-ing ju-t one or two HyFlex EDM file-. AD 3 The HyFlex EDM file. (Photo/ Provided by COLTENE)
24 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Hands-free dentistry? Make sure you check out the DEXvoice in the exhibit hall this year By DEXIS Staff n Many of u- are enjoying the free- dom that our voice-activated bot- give u- in managing our daily ta-k-, info- gathering and entertainment. DEXIS ha- come up with an ingeniou- idea to add thi- freedom and functionality to dental X-ray viewing and capturing procedure-. It’- called DEXvoice, and it’- coming -oon! With a -imple command of “Alexa, a-k My Helper to …,” you can begin capturing X-ray-, camera and even CariVu image-. That’- right — a- part of the pow- erhou-e DEXIS™ portfolio, DEXvoice facilitate- hand--free workflow- for dental team- and a more per-onalized AD 5 (Photo/Provided by DEXIS) experience for your patient-. Compatible with all DEXIS prod- uct-, practitioner- can -eamle--ly u-e DEXvoice with the DEXIS -oft- ware, DEXIS CariVu,™ DEXcam™ 4 HD, DEXIS Platinum and DEXIS FS Ergo by KaVo.™ You can even a-k “My Helper” to -how a -erie- or individual X-ray- taken over time. Here in Anaheim To get a preview of the DEXvoice, -top by the booth, No. 1334. Ea-ily add voice-activation to your operatorie- with DEXvoice u-ing any Amazon Alexa-enabled device. The u-er command- will direct the DEXIS -oftware throughout the image acqui- -ition and patient con-ultation pro- ce-- -imply by following the -ound of your voice. Ye-, now you can do more without lifting a finger with DEXvoice. Preview the DEXvoice in booth No. 1334.
26 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 PhD scientist explains the many advantages of polymer RPDs Special Anaheim offer: Two Ultaire AKP partials for the price of one By Solvay Dental 360 Staff n When Solvay Dental 360™ -et out to develop a new material for remov- able partial denture- (RPD-), the goal wa- to create a high-performance polymer to fill the gap between the metal and flexible frame- currently on the market. Ryan Murphy, PhD, a polymer -ci- enti-t for Solvay -ay-, “Metal- are way too rigid and flexible- are entirely too flim-y.” With thi- in mind, Solvay drew from it- 25-year hi-tory a- metal- replacing expert- in the healthcare indu-try to produce Ultaire™ AKP. Thi- innovative aryl ketone poly- mer (AKP) i- formulated to meet critical performance requirement- for RPD-. Metal-free, lightweight, comfortable “We -aw an opportunity ba-ed on a lot of the unde-irable trait- and potential poor health con-equence- of metal RPD-,” Murphy -ay-. “Ultaire AKP i- metal-free, it’- lightweight, it’- com- fortable for patient-. It’- biocompat- ible, and it’- tooth--upported. It’- very bone-like in it- propertie-.” With Ultaire AKP, denti-t- can offer patient- a premium alternative to metal and flexible RPD-. “Ultaire AKP -it- right in between, de-igned -pecifically to enhance the rigidity of the polymer to be -upportive and to have a very long lifetime. But al-o, to have -ome flexibility and ela-ticity to be able to improve the patient com- fort and overall experience,” Murphy -ay-. Ultaire AKP, a high-performance polymer, offer- the-e feature-: • Strong enough to be tooth -up- ported • May help minimize bone lo-- • Minimal fitting -e--ion- and adju-tment- • High patient -ati-faction • May improve patient compliance Ready to prescribe? Two Ultaire AKP partials for the price of one Thi- -pecial offer — two Ultaire AKP partial- for the price of one — i- for denti-t- who vi-it booth No. 590. Here in Anaheim To take advantage of a -pecial offer — two Ultaire AKP partial- for the price of one — be -ure to vi-it booth No. 590. ‘Metals are way too rigid and ﬂexibles are entirely too ﬂimsy.’ 5 Ryan Murphy, PhD, Polymer scientist for Solvay “Solvay Dental 360 i- pa--ionate about -cience,” Murphy -ay-. “Thi- i- reflected in our parent company’- long hi-tory of innovation. So, we’re aiming to bring all of thi- talent, all of the-e unique chemi-trie- that we have that are not -erved by any other player in the dental market, direct to you.” For additional information and to check out the Ultaire AKP, -top by the booth, No. 590. 5 (Photos/Provided by Solvay Dental 360) worldwide with more than 35 brand- in more than 1,500 formulation-. Solvay i- now bringing thi- experti-e to the dental indu-try with Ultaire AKP. i- Ultaire AKP from Solvay Dental 360™, part of the global company Solvay, which ha- one of the broade-t portfolio- of high- performance, health-care polymer-
28 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 DentalEZ shows off two next-generation products StarETorque customizable electric system and the ﬁrst InOfﬁce workstation for in-ofﬁce labs promise versatility, simplicity By DentalEZ Integrated Solutions Staff n DentalEZ Integrated Solution- recently launched two new product-. The new Star®ETorque™ advance- the electric handpiece with a one- touch -y-tem that allow- the practi- tioner to move -eamle--ly between high- and low--peed application-, according to the company. From car- ie- removal to root canal treatment, StarETorque cover- a range of opera- tory need- with a lightweight tool that combine- power, performance and flexibility. The other innovative product -howca-ed at the DentalEZ booth, No. 416, i- the InOffice™ work-tation developed for the dental practice. Thi- new work-tation can be cu-- tomized for today’- need-, with the flexibility to add new feature- a- the need- of the practice change. “We’re excited to debut the-e new product- at CDA Anaheim,” -aid Bob Sene-ac, DentalEZ’- -enior director of marketing. “A- high-performance partner- of the dental indu-try, we are con-tantly -triving to develop new product- that provide -olution- to everyday challenge- in the deliv- ery of oral health care. We’re focu-ed on -implification and efficiency, value-ba-ed product- and out-tand- ing cu-tomer -ervice and -upport.” StarETorque electric system The StarETorque u-e- a -mall, light- weight, bru-hle-- motor for le-- noi-e and vibration to benefit both patient and denti-t. The motor i- autoclav- able, with -ix cu-tomizable operative mode- for both endodontic and pre- paratory procedure-, which provide the ultimate in flexibility, according to the company. “Thi- compact, intuitive -y-tem give- dental profe--ional- the free- dom to work -eamle--ly through a variety of procedure-,” -aid Eric Reno, -enior product line manager of handpiece-. “It’- truly cu-tomizable, 5 The StarETorque customizable electric system. (Photos/Provided by DentalEZ) Here in Anaheim To learn more about the StarETorque cu-tomizable electric -y-tem and the fir-t InOffice work-tation for in-office lab-, -top by booth No. 416 or go online to www.dentalez.com. letting the u-er move from high- -peed to low--peed -etting- with a -imple touch.” The motor control unit of the StarETorque feature- a bright, ea-y- to-read color touch -creen and a com- pact de-ign for a -mall footprint a- a -tandalone or detachable for modular mounting. “We wanted to deliver a product that wa- intuitive, innovative and individual,” -aid Reno. InOfﬁce workstation for the dental practice DentalEZ bring- that -ame level of cu-tomization to work-tation-, a- well, according to the company. It all -tart- with the ba-ic-: A frame, leg- and a counter top. From there, the option- to cu-tomize are endle--. Add the feature- you need, including overhead lighting, an air gun, a handpiece and more. You al-o have e-thetic choice-, -uch a- -teel color and -olid -urface countertop-. InOffice give- dental profe--ional- the opportunity to make flexible work-tation- that work be-t for them. A key feature i- front du-t col- lection. The du-t collection -y-tem ha- the highe-t particle capture rate compared with leading brand-, ba-ed on independent te-ting, according to the company. “We wanted to deliver a product that would allow the dental profe-- -ional the flexibility to add -ome feature- a- their need- change,” -aid Kim Pinegar, -enior product line man- ager of lab work-tation-. “Being able to -elect the feature- you’ll u-e day- to-day make- for a more productive, more enjoyable work environment.” About DentalEZ DentalEZ Integrated Solution- i- com- mitted to providing real -olution- to everyday challenge- in oral health- care by uniquely combining innova- tion focu-ed on -implification and effi- ciency in value-ba-ed product- and out-tanding cu-tomer -ervice and 5 The InOffice workstation. -upport, according to the company. DentalEZ manufacture- a full line of product- and well-known brand- StarDental®, DentalEZ including Equipment, RAMVAC®, NevinLab-™ and Columbia Dentoform®. For more information, vi-it www.dentalez.com.
30 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Use of soft-tissue lasers in dentistry By DenMat Staff n The benefit- of la-er- in denti-try have been di-cu--ed for many year-. However, not every denti-t ha- made the deci-ion to inve-t time and money in la-er- — which mean- that many oral-health profe--ional- are mi--ing out on the myriad benefit- provided by la-er- for an expan-ive li-t of clini- cal application-. 5 The DenMat NV PRO3 Microlaser. (Photo/Provided by DenMat) AD La-er- afford oral-health profe-- -ional- the opportunity to perform more procedure- in le-- time and with better re-ult- than traditional method-. Patient- al-o benefit from la-er denti-try, a- it i- -aid to re-ult in fa-ter treatment with le-- overall di-comfort. Thi- tran-late- to patient referral- and patient- who are more willing to accept future dental treat- ment recommendation-. One of the greate-t benefit- of -oft-ti--ue la-er- i- their ability to provide minimally inva-ive treat- ment for both preventive and re-tora- tive dental procedure-. Some of the many indication- for implementation of la-er device- in dental -etting- include: oral -urgery, arthro-copy, ga-troenterology, general -urgery, dermatology and pla-tic -urgery. La-er device- can be u-ed to cut, ablate, vaporize, -terilize and coagu- late ti--ue within the oral cavity. In denti-try, -oft-ti--ue la-er- may be implemented for a wide range of clini- cal application-, ranging from peri- odontal to re-torative to orthodontic procedural need-. La-er denti-try i- the -tandard of care that all clinician- -hould feel comfortable offering in their practice. NV PRO3 Microlaser by DenMat The DenMat NV PRO3 Microla-er wa- de-igned to meet increa-ing demand- for portable -oft-ti--ue la-er-. It- feather-light weight (ju-t 1.9 ounce-) and cordle--, ergonomic de-ign enhance portability and ea-e of u-e, according to the company. Feature- of thi- device include: lithium-ion battery with over- and undercharge protection, with 30 min- ute- of continuou- operation at 1.2 watt- of power; plug-and-play -y-tem with 12 pre-et procedural -etting- for all periodontal, re-torative and ortho- dontic need-; wirele-- foot pedal; audible notification-; and di-po-able fiber tip-. The -oft-ti--ue diode la-er operate- between 0.1 and 2.0 watt- of power (continuou- wave or pul-e mode), with a wavelength of 808 nm (± 5 nm). For more information on the NV PRO3 Microla-er, you can call (800) 433-6628, vi-It www.denmat.com or -top by booth No. 734. Here in Anaheim To learn more about the NV PRO3, -top by the DenMat booth, No. 734.
32 exhibitors CDA Presents — May 18, 2018 Suction device goes hands-free By Kulzer Staff n Kulzer recently announced it- launch of a time--aving, patient- friendly, high-volume hand--free HVE -uction device: Ivory® ReLeaf.™ Ivory ReLeaf a--i-t- with evacu- ation, retraction and maintaining a dry field during a wide array of den- tal and hygiene procedure-. Unlike -aliva ejector-, Ivory ReLeaf i- not only a hand--free -uction device, but a high-volume -uction device. It work- in all four quadrant- with ergonomic comfort and full view of oral cavity without the need to be moved around. Thi- can -ave up to 15 minute- of time per patient, which can tran-late into hundred- of dollar- in increa-ed pro- duction throughout the day, accord- ing to the company. “The ingeniou- a-pect of Ivory ReLeaf’- de-ign i- that it- di-po-able leave- u-e the cheek and ve-tibule area for -upport, rather than rely- ing on the -hape of the arch or the orientation of the teeth,” -aid Le-ley Melvin, Kulzer’- director, marketing AD Here in Anaheim To learn more about Ivory ReLeaf, vi-it booth No. 742. Dental practice- may order a free -ample of Ivory ReLeaf at mydental360.com/releaf. Learn more about Ivory ReLeaf and other Kulzer product- at www.kulzerUS.com. and product management. “Thi- pro- vide- 280 degree- of -uction around the leaf to make time--aving uninter- rupted -uction throughout the oral cavity po--ible.” Ivory ReLeaf further contribute- to practice efficiency by conveniently connecting to exi-ting dental vacuum -y-tem- in le-- than 60 -econd-. i- Ivory ReLeaf exception- ally patient-friendly, the company a--ert-. Patient- are le-- likely to feel clau-trophobic becau-e the device doe- not ob-truct the airway, and becau-e Ivory ReLeaf doe- not reach the -oft pallet, gag reflexe- are rarely an i--ue. In addition, it- univer-al mouthpiece, or “leaf,” i- made of a 5 Kulzer’s Ivory ReLeaf, a hands-free HVE suction device. (Photo/ Provided by Kulzer) cu-tom blend of latex and BPA-free polymer that i- both -oft and comfort- able. Ivory ReLeaf allow- patient- to move their head- left and right and up and down, -o they can communicate on a two-way ba-i- with the clinician during the treatment. Melvin -ay- that the Ivory ReLeaf provide- peace of mind to patient- and clinician- alike. According to the Center for Di-ea-e Control, when patient- clo-e their lip- around low- volume -aliva ejector-, backflow can occur when the pre--ure in the patient’- mouth i- le-- than that in the evacuator. “Thi- backflow, which can include previou- patient-’ wa-te material, colonized biofilm from the tubing and chemical- from flu-hing the line, i- -imply not po--ible with Ivory ReLeaf,” Melvin -aid. Dental practice- may order a free -ample of Ivory ReLeaf at mydental360.com/releaf.