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GC America introduces G-aenial Bond Unit Dose, an addition to the highly rated G-aenial Bond. G-aenial Bond is a seventh Generation, one-step self-etching bonding agent that builds upon the excellent history of bonding materials from GC America. This product was designed specifically for the “selective etching” technique, meaning that bond strengths will be enhanced no matter what technique (self-etch or dentin or etch-and-rinse on enamel) professionals use. With improved shear bond strength to both dentin and enamel, this is an excellent choice for all of bonding needs.
G-aenial Bond is part of a three-product family for restorative dentistry, including G-aenial Universal Flo and G-aenial Flo.

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• Effective, easy to use options for patients who do not floss
• Dispensing box includes a total of 84 pieces
• Contains a variety of GUM® Proxabrush® Go-Betweens® Cleaners, Soft-Picks®, ButlerWeave® Floss and Eez-Thru® Flossers

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The top 10 most-read dental articles of 2013

Here’s a breakdown of the 10 articles you loved most in 2013. Re-read your favorites and be sure to check out any you may have missed.
Dental Products Report
2013-12
Wed, 2013-12-11 15:27

Here’s a breakdown of the 10 articles you loved most in 2013. Re-read your favorites and be sure to check out any you may have missed.

How did we decide? These 10 articles generated the most views over the last year. To make sure you never miss a great piece, subscribe to the DPR eNewsletter.


10. Have you ever been afraid of a patient?

Most of the patients who walk through your practice door each day are friendly, well-mannered people who respect your practice and what you do. They may not listen to every home care suggestion or accept every treatment plan, but they’re willing to work with you and want to improve their oral health.

But there are other patients who are on edge. Maybe they are stressed, having trouble making ends meet at home, or simply in pain. Whatever the issue, they could snap at any moment and cause a scene in your practice—maybe even scare your team and your other patients.

by Renee Knight, Managing Editor

Have you ever been afraid of a dental patient?

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