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Applying the Newport Biologics™ line of regenerative materials in your practice
Applying the Newport Biologics™ line of regenerative materials in your practiceA closer look at Glidewell Laboratories’ new line of bone grafting products.
3 ways mishandling adhesives contributes to restorative failure
3 ways mishandling adhesives contributes to restorative failureSuccess and failure in adhesive dentistry has much to do with how dentists treat the tooth underneath.
What not to miss in Chicago this year, Part 1A roundup of some of the leading solutions and innovations from the 2017 Chicago dental meetings.
Glidewell announces new line of bone grafting products
Glidewell announces new line of bone grafting productsGlidewell Laboratories has announced a new line of bone grafting products, to be sold under the umbrella of Newport Biologics.
Glidewell Laboratories ceases production of traditional PFMs
Glidewell Laboratories ceases production of traditional PFMsGlidewell Laboratories has announced they are replacing traditional PFMs with Obsidian Pressed to Metal restorations. Obsidian is a lithium silicate ceramic.
Technique: Using digital impressions for better implantsDr. Paresh Patel, DDS, explores how combining digital imaging and digital impressions creates beautiful restorative possibilities.
Are digital impressions REALLY the better choice?
Are digital impressions REALLY the better choice?In their August 2016 cover story, Dental Products Report looks at digital impression systems, focusing on how intraoral scanning systems are changing the workflow for dentists.
Inclusive Tapered Implant now available in 3.2 mm diameter
Inclusive Tapered Implant now available in 3.2 mm diameterGlidewell Dental has announced the Inclusive Tapered Implant is now available in a 3.2 mm diameter size.
The top 25 most-viewed products of 2015Dental Lab Products looks at the most-viewed products of 2015, via numbers taken from its website.
Choosing the right milling machine
Choosing the right milling machinePurchasing a milling unit is a big decision. There are many options, features and specifications to consider, and your selection depends on what type of materials you use, how much you have allocated to spend and how your lab operates on a day-to-day basis.