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Dental Air Abrasion Units

Definition : Dental units designed to cut tooth structure or remove deposits from teeth by applying abrasive microparticles (e.g., aluminum oxide) by air blast, acting like a sandblaster. These instruments consist of a built-in air compressor, pressure controllers, and handpieces that typically use interchangeable nozzles; several nozzle angles (e.g., 45, 90) are typically available. Most units also include filtering modules for particle and gas evacuation (e.g., aluminum oxide particles, waste odors). Some dental procedures can be performed with less noise, heat, and vibration than when using drills, causing less trauma and often eliminating the need for anesthetics. Dental air abrasion units are used for cavity preparation; to remove amalgam and composite materials; for tooth surface (enamel) treatment either, for removal of residue or for preparing the surface for bonding of orthodontic appliances; in cosmetic dentistry; and in other dental procedures.

Entry Terms : "Dental Abrasion Units" , "Micro-Density Air Abrasion Instruments" , "Air Abrasion Units"

UMDC code : 18597

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American Dental Airsonics

Company Type: Parent

It's a simple plug & play solution. It reduces the installation time drastically (less than 1 hour vs. 4 hours) while increasing the number of installs per day significantly. Facilitating Self-install IPTV Service.

Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

widest range of Handpieces, Lab Products, Lab Instruments, Vacuum forming, dental, medical, hospital and laboratory facilities worldwide choose Buffalo to protect their staff and patients alike. While Buffalo is proud to serve the global healthcare community, a majority of our products are manufactured in the United States, bringing you quality and value that are close to home.

Dansereau Health Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Dansereau has over 45 years experience in manufacturing a full line of quality dental products and making them available directly to the dentist. Our Customer Support is exceptional and adds to the benefit of choosing Dansereau as your equipment supplier. Dansereau is committed to becoming your equipment choice for the life of your practice.

Danville Materials

Company Type: Parent

Danville Materials are dedicated to producing the best clinical materials available at value pricing. We have decided to limit our product line to only those products that meet the above criteria. We have found that the handling properties of a given material and the ability to use a material in a predictable and efficient manner is of paramount importance, therefore as clinical dentists we fully develop our products to enhance your performance. We are wholesale only and strive to support our dealer network.

Essential Dental Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

At Essential Dental Systems we develop and manufacture innovative Dental products designed specifically to get results quickly and effectively without the anxiety and stress associated with most techniques and instruments marketed to you today

Marus Dental International

Company Type: Parent

Marus manufactures a wide range of dental products, including dental chairs, stools, delivery systems and dental lights. The Marus name has been synonymous with commitment to quality and value in dental equipment. Since our inception in 1977, we have continually evolved and improved our design expertise, manufacturing practices and dealer network.

medidenta.com

Company Type: Parent

Medidenta's roots go back to 1944 when Medidenta Dental Supplies was founded by the Benton Family which imported quality dental products from Europe.

Rite-Dent Mfg Corp

Company Type: Parent

Dr. Oscar Lopez president and founder of Rite-Dent Manufacturing Corporation, is a highly regarded dentist. He graduated from the University of Havana in 1961. He moved to New Jersey in 1962 and went on to obtain his Dental Diploma from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1966.

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