Archive for 'Equipment/Cabinets'

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

An Intraoral camera is one of the lightest pieces of dental equipment on the market. They typically weigh an average of only 2oz. The fixed focus lens located on one of these cameras can be smaller than the tip of your finger. However, the small size and compact components of this dental tool do not […]

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The Benefits of Buying Refurbished Dental Equipment

In our modern day economy, owning a business or practice can be very costly. Being able to take advantage of savings as well as cut costs in the right areas is vital. In 2011, more and more dentists are now looking into buying quality used dental equipment. Purchasing refurbished or used dental equipment could mean […]

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The Contributions of Dental Plaster Traps

When it comes to maintaining a successful dental operatory, many key components come into play. Equipment can range from dental cabinetry to more simplistic and smaller scale items such as dental¬†plaster traps. Often times, these smaller pieces of equipment can be overlooked. However, they contribute on a large scale basis to the overall functioning of […]

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Mobile Dental Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide (N2O) was first discovered in 1772 by Humphrey Davy. It is a simple gas which is capable of being breathed in. Nitrous oxide has no color, order, and doesn’t irritate. Mobile dental nitrous oxide is used by dentists all over the world on a daily basis. The effect of this gas is found […]

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Dental Air Compressors

Between silent, mini, and oil free models, the selection of dental air compressors is both widespread and vast. As modern technology advances and as the options of dental air compressors expand, selecting and purchasing a new model can seem somewhat overwhelming. Information on choosing the right compressor is somewhat scarce but there are a few […]

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The 411 on Dental Stools

A dental stool is an essential piece of equipment for any dental office. Dental stools allow the dentist to look at a patient’s mouth easily and effectively.¬†They provide the dentists with a platform from which they can diagnose patients as well as take further action to perform procedures and cleanings. Dental stools help the dentist, […]

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