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Information in this section is culled from releases that were delivered to news@farranmedia.com. All material is subject to editing and space availability.

 
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Hydrosonic Pro Toothbrush
Swiss brand Curaprox is now offering its Hydrosonic toothbrush with innovative brush-head technology. With this toothbrush, hard-to-reach areas are easily cleaned with Curacurve ergonomics. It is gentle and effective with the finest Curen filaments and the rubberized back prevents unpleasant vibrations. The innovative water drop-shaped design of the “sensitive” and “power” brush heads envelops each individual tooth.

For more information, visit curaprox.com or call 800-919-0120.

 
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KLOwen Braces
KLOwen Braces is an in-office digital custom braces system that increases capacity and profitability for clinicians by making treatment more efficient. The clinician designs the smile through software, which then determines the best-fit bracket for each tooth. With an inventory of only 27 brackets (for the entire dentition), every tooth can be delivered to its optimal position directly. This system can be done either in the office or by the lab. The KLOwen Braces system is designed to achieve a true straight-wire system that eliminates wire-bending and bracket repositioning.

For more information, visit klowenbraces.com.

 
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Freedom Dental Delivery System
ASI’s new Freedom Dental Delivery System elevates an aesthetic design preference by concealment of the operating knobs and controls. The curved shaped formed with modern metal design provides architectural interest and enhanced appeal. The system includes an integral keyboard drawer and can mount a monitor and internal computer with concealed wire management. Numerous optional accessory brackets are available that attach to the rail system to customize the system to each clinician’s needs.

For more information, visit asidental.com.

 
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Quipcare
Quip recently announced the launch of Quipcare, a new platform designed to provide a transparent, affordable and convenient way for patients to access and pay for professional dental care through an app.

With Quipcare, the company will offer an end-to-end consumer-focused oral health solution that includes a growing range of personal care products and now professional dental services. Whether someone is insured and hit their annual maximum, is looking for treatments not covered under insurance, or doesn’t want a monthly plan, with the free app, members can browse, book and pay as they go for dental care services—from basic checkups to fillings and crowns—within Quip’s curated network of dental professionals at set rates 30–40% less than average rates in their area.

For more information, visit quipcare.com.

 
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Elements E-Motion
KaVo Kerr recently introduced the Elements E-motion endodontic motor with next generation Adaptive Motion technology. The new Adaptive Motion enables higher cutting efficiency and greater protection against file separation, deformation and transportation. The new motor also features an intuitive, full-color, touch screen and a customizable interface that allows users to program up to five presets with 10 files each for streamlined efficiency. The motor also provides the clinician with a database of 196 pre-loaded file settings, allowing maximum file sequence customizability.

Powered by KaVo’s 100% German-made technology, Elements E-motion is built to be lighter, more compact and ergonomic when compared to other devices. It accommodates both right- and left-handed users, with four handpiece mounting options for ergonomic comfort. The smaller handpiece head also offers improved visibility and easier posterior access.

For more information, visit kerrdental.com/kerr-endodontics/elements-e-motion-shape.

 
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Icon-Etch Refill
DMG recently added new Icon-Etch Refill etching gel to its Icon Smooth Surface product line. Introduced 10 years ago at the IDS, resin infiltration with DMG’s Icon is a microinvasive treatment option.

Icon-Etch refills will be available in the U.S. as an extension of the Icon Smooth Surface caries infiltrant, which treats smooth surface white spot lesions. It contains three .45ml syringes of the Icon Etch etching gel and 15 smooth surface tips. The procedure was originally developed as a treatment for initial proximal caries using a highly fluid resin without drilling. The additional option of successfully treating cariogenic white spots on smooth surfaces was soon recognized and confirmed by studies.

For more information, visit dmg-america.com

 
 

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