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Estelite Sigma Quick - A Spherical Revolution
Sponsor: Tokuyama Dental America
Released: 6/18/12
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Learn how Estelite Sigma Quick enhances your restoration time, decreases composite inventory, and provides the best alternative for your patient.








XCP-QT™ Universal Disposable Sensor Holder
Sponsor: Dentsply Sirona
Released: 6/17/12
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For more than five decades, DENSTPLY Rinn’s XCP film holding system has represented the state-of-the-art in dental radiography. As the dental industry transitions from traditional film to digital radiography, conventional film holding systems are changing to newer, more advanced designs, like the DENTSPLY Rinn’s XCP-QT™ Universal Disposable Sensor Holder System.








SureFil® SDR® flow (New Syringe Delivery)
Sponsor: Dentsply Sirona
Released: 5/22/12
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The only bulk-fill, self-leveling, low stress posterior flowable, SureFil® SDR® flow is now even better with a new syringe delivery method and expanded indications.








Venus® Temp 2
Sponsor: Kulzer
Released: 5/2/12
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Kulzer introduces Venus® Temp 2, a new temporary restorative material to offer outstanding flexural strength, durability and the same level of esthetics found in final restorations.








3M™ ESPE™ Retraction Capsule
Sponsor: 3M Dental
Released: 5/2/12
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This module will introduce you to the innovative 3M™ ESPE™ Retraction Capsule and show how it offers a convenient and time-saving alternative to traditional gingival retraction methods such as retraction cords and other retraction pastes.








COMPONEER™ (Direct Composite Veneering System)
Sponsor: COLTENE
Released: 4/2/12
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Coltène introduces new COMPONEER™, the first prefabricated composite veneer system that provides an affordable and reliable solution for the fabrication and placement of custom veneer restorations in a single office visit.








Miele G 7881 Washer-Disinfector (short version)
Sponsor: Miele
Released: 3/27/12
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This module will introduce you to the Miele G 7881 Washer-Disinfector, a major advancement in machine-based washing and disinfection technology. It will demonstrate how accepted instrument-cleansing protocol is sometimes not enough to prevent cross-contamination.








Remin Pro®
Sponsor: VOCO America
Released: 3/21/12
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Indicated for use after whitening, professional cleaning, and the prevention and control of hypersensitivity, Remin Pro® combines three components —hydroxyapatite, fluoride and xylitol—that have been clinically proven to deliver effective protection against demineralization and erosion.








Debonding Clarity ADVANCED brackets off the archwire
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 3/13/12
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It is recommended to debond Clarity™ ADVANCED Ceramic Brackets on the archwire. However, single brackets may be debonded off the archwire. The Unitek™ Self-Ligating Bracket Debonding Instrument (REF 804-170) is recommended for debonding Clarity ADVANCED Ceramic Brackets, both on- and off the archwire, since it is specifically designed to maximize the ease of debonding. To debond, position the instrument over the bracket, firmly squeeze the bracket mesial-distal, to utilize the proprietary vertical stress concentrator, and gently rock the instrument back and forth, until the bracket is off the tooth.








Debonding Clarity ADVANCED brackets on the archwire
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 3/13/12
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It is recommended to debond Clarity™ ADVANCED Ceramic Brackets on the archwire. However, single brackets may be debonded off the archwire. The Unitek™ Self-Ligating Bracket Debonding Instrument (REF 804-170) is recommended for debonding Clarity ADVANCED Ceramic Brackets, both on- and off the archwire, since it is specifically designed to maximize the ease of debonding. To debond, position the instrument over the bracket, firmly squeeze the bracket mesial-distal, to utilize the proprietary vertical stress concentrator, and gently rock the instrument back and forth, until the bracket is off the tooth.








GuttaFlow®2
Sponsor: COLTENE
Released: 3/8/12
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When it comes to filling a root canal—a tight 3-dimensional seal is essential to achieving long-term clinical success. Coltene now introduces GuttaFlow®2, which offers all the benefits of the original GuttaFlow® in a convenient syringe delivery system, plus the added advantage of easier drilling for post preparation and retreatment.








Miele G 7881 Washer-Disinfector
Sponsor: Miele
Released: 3/6/12
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This module will introduce you to the Miele G 7881 Washer-Disinfector, a major advancement in machine-based washing and disinfection technology. It will demonstrate how accepted instrument-cleansing protocol is sometimes not enough to prevent cross-contamination.








ErgoEZ™ Laboratory Bench
Sponsor: DentalEZ®
Released: 2/14/12
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DentalEZ® and NevinLabs™ proudly introduce the new ErgoEZ™, an innovative laboratory bench designed to conform to the personal requirements of each individual lab technician.








Aquasil Ultra Product Training
Sponsor: Dentsply Sirona
Released: 1/27/12
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This module will tell you more about Aquasil Ultra—and you’ll soon see why it’s the most popular impression material on the market.








Flexitime® VPS Impression Solutions
Sponsor: Kulzer
Released: 1/26/12
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This module will highlight the features and benefits of Flexitime® VPS Impression Solutions, and show how this innovative and versatile impression material system allows dentists to capture precise detail for an accurate marginal fit—every time.








Moist SURE™ Hand Hygiene Products
Sponsor: Sultan Healthcare
Released: 1/23/12
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This module will introduce you to Moist SURE™ products and show how they enable dentists, hygienists and office staff to enjoy professional-level protection without the irritating side effects of frequent hand washing.








SonicFill™
Sponsor: Kerr Restorative
Released: 12/27/11
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SonicFill™ enables clinicians to perform posterior restorations with an easy-to-use, single-step, bulk fill technology that requires no additional capping layer. This module will introduce you to SonicFill™ and show how its innovative sonic activation delivery system lets you go from placement to polish in less than three minutes—on cavities up to 5 mm in depth.








FlashTips™
Sponsor: Sultan Healthcare
Released: 12/19/11
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Introducing new FlashTips™ Disposable Air/Water Syringe Tips, a single-use air/water syringe tip that helps eliminate the risks of cross-contamination associated with traditional metal tips.








Reverse Double Overtie (German Overtie): Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers and ligature director with a small head Ligature material: Sections of four modules of powerchain (not too thick; can use Rocky Mountain or Ormco) When to use it: Use the reverse double overtie when you need maximum seating force on the wire. Technique: Ligature is placed around the hook and the behind the occlusal wing before placing the wire. In contrast to a normal double overtie, the free modules are oriented to the occlusal. To overtie, seat the wire in the slot with a ligature director, stretch the elastic with the hemostat/mosquito pliers over the wire and fix the first module under the hook, using the ligature director to direct the powerchain. To remove the reverse double overtie, use a short dental explorer to pull the ligature from under the hook and remove.








Normal Elastic Tie: Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers and ligature director with a small head (optional) Ligature material: Conventional o-ring When to use it: When alignment is almost normal. This ligature will not provide tip control when used with the vertical slot. Technique: Place o-ring behind the occlusal tie wing and over the gingival hook. When ligating lower anterior brackets, it is important to go occlusal to gingival when placing regular o-rings.








Chicane Elastics: Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers and ligature director Ligature material: Multiple modules of clear powerchain When to use it: To derotate and close spaces. The term “chicane” refers to an elastic that is placed on both the buccal and lingual sides of the teeth. It is a very helpful technique for simultaneously derotating teeth and closing space or derotating multiple teeth. The chicane is very versatile and can be used in a number of different clinical situations.








Lasso Elastic (Conventional Lasso): Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers with a thin head, cotton pliers, ligature director with a small head Ligature material: Clear powerchain When to use it: Derotation Technique: Detrotate teeth by wrapping clear powerchain around the tooth, attaching to the wire and bracket hook.








Lasso Elastic (O Lasso): Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers and ligature director Ligature material: Clear powerchain When to use it: When it is not possible to ligate a tooth but it needs to be brought closer to the wire. Technique: Make a normal tie on the wire using the first module of the chain and then is stretch the second module around the crown of the tooth. The technique is especially helpful when the crowding is so severe that the bracket could not be bonded to the tooth.








Powerchain Placement: Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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The wings of Incognito brackets are large enough to accommodate both overties and powerchain. Powerchain is easily placed over the existing ties. Recommended powerchain is Rocky Mountain because it is thinner and easier to place on Incognito brackets.








Power Tie: Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Hemostat/Mosquito pliers, ligature director, short explorer Ligature material: Four modules of RMO gray powerchain When to use it: For angulation and torque control of the anterior teeth when using a ribbonwise archwire with a vertical insertion. The power tie can be used to correct torque and angulation problems with both full sized and under sized wires. Technique: Remove old elastic and bring the last module of the four modules around the bracket body. It is not necessary to remove the wire to do this. Start to make a reverse double overtie and stretch the elastic as much as possible using a hemostat. Bring both parts of the open module around the side to which the tooth is tipped and go under the hook with both sides. When correcting a torque problem is does not matter which side of the tie wing you go around. Take the short probe and catch the first module. Place the tip of the probe on the occlusal tie wing. Slide the elastic behind the tie wing.








Self Retaining Slot: Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Ligature director, mirror Ligature Material: None When to use it: Use with .014 or smaller Niti wires to resolve crowding on lower anteriors. Technique: Place wire behind the incisal tie wings and use ligature director to engage.








Reverse Double Overtie with Steel Ligature (German Overtie with Steel Ligature): Incognito™ Appliance System Clinical Guide
Sponsor: 3M Ortho
Released: 11/17/11
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Tools: Needle nose hemostat and ligature director with a small head Ligature material: Thin steel ligature 0.008” diameter and two inches in length When to use it: Use this tie to prevent tipping when you are retracting canines or doing en-masse retraction. For maximum control, the wire needs to be guided close to the bracket body. Technique: Make a u-shape under the hook on both sides of the bracket body going under the wire. Take one side, go over the wire and under the hook and close it on the opposite side by twisting. Push the sides of the steel ligature as close to the bracket body as possible and tighten to maximize the seating force.








Integrity® Multi•Cure Temporary Crown and Bridge Material
Sponsor: Dentsply Sirona
Released: 11/15/11
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This module will show how Integrity® Multi•Cure Temporary Crown and Bridge Material—with its dual-cure capabilities—allows clinicians to create stronger esthetic provisionals up to 30% faster.








Quick Up from VOCO
Sponsor: VOCO America
Released: 11/15/11
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Quick Up is an innovative and complete system that provides you with all the materials you need to quickly, easily and effectively attach corresponding attachments to an acrylic-based denture with the new Quick Up technique.


Clinical Tips 
 

Pinpointing Interproximal Decay & Incipient Caries (03:05)
Sponsor: DEXIS
Presenter: Dr. Lester Appell
Released: 8/13/18
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Dr. Lester Appell shows caries detection on clinical cases using CariVu versus x-rays.


Taking a Conscious Approach to Treating Children (02:40)
Sponsor: DEXIS
Presenter: Dr. Lester Appell
Released: 8/13/18
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Dr. Lester Appell discusses the ease of use in using the CariVu Caries Detection Device on children.


Spotting Fractures with Ease (02:52)
Sponsor: DEXIS
Presenter: Dr. Lester Appell
Released: 8/13/18
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Dr. Lester Appell shows different clinical cases with fractures, failing restorations or caries that do not appear on x-rays, but is visible using CariVu.


Dr. Stonisch on Orabloc - Benefits of Articaine (03:54)
Sponsor: Pierrel Pharma
Presenter: Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch
Released: 6/18/18
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Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch discusses the benefits and chemistry of articaine in Orabloc™ from Pierrel Pharma.


Dr. Bizga on MI Paste ONE (03:48)
Sponsor: GC America
Presenter: Timothy Bizga, D.D.S.
Released: 6/11/18
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Dr. Timothy Bizga discusses the technology, benefits and some of the ingredients in MI Paste® ONE.


Dr. Bizga on MI Paste ONE - Benefits (04:22)
Sponsor: GC America
Presenter: Timothy Bizga, D.D.S.
Released: 6/11/18
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Dr. Timothy Bizga goes over the features and benefits of RECALDENT™ (CPP-ACP) in MI Paste® ONE.


Marianne Dryer on Enamelon (03:48)
Sponsor: Premier Dental
Presenter: Marianne Dryer, RDH, MEd
Released: 6/4/18
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Marianne Dryer talks about the benefits of Enamelon® Preventive Treatment Gel, a stabilized stannous fluoride ultramulsion treatment gel.


Dr. Latta on BioCoat (03:10)
Sponsor: Premier Dental
Presenter: Dr. Mark Latta
Released: 6/4/18
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Dr. Mark Latta discusses the physical properties, remineralization and ion release in BioCoat™ Bioactive Resin Pit & Fissure Sealant.


Dr. Griffin on ACTIVA BioACTIVE (04:05)
Sponsor: Pulpdent
Presenter: Dr. Jack Griffin
Released: 5/31/18
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Dr. Jack Griffin discusses the benefits and features of both the ACTIVA™ BioACTIVE-RESTORATIVE and ACTIVA™ BioACTIVE-BASE/LINER.


Dr. Cuevas on Optibond Universal and Harmonize (04:25)
Sponsor: Kerr Restorative
Presenter: Dr. Simona Cuevas
Released: 5/2/18
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Dr. Simona Cuevas goes over the benefits and features of both Optibond™ Universal and Harmonize™.


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