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New Product from Premier Dental: Knit-Pak™+ size 000.0

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Premier Dental Products has announced the debut of Knit-Pak+ 000.0. One of the smallest diameter cords on the market, the small size is ideal as the first cord in the double cord technique.

Premier Dental Products has announced the debut of Knit-Pak+ 000.0. One of the smallest diameter cords on the market, the small size is ideal as the first cord in the double cord technique.

Knit-Pak+ is a knitted retraction cord manufactured from unique microfibers, distinguished by having very low moisture content. The fibers also reportedly have high durability and retention properties. These attributes create a retraction cord with good absorbency and a pliable structure that resists fraying. Knit-Pak+ offers exact-dosage medicinal loading (AlCl3· 6H2O   0.5mg± 0.1mg/inch), easily packs into sulcus, and will not entangle in burs. Also useful when packing tight gingival tissue, the impregnated aluminum chloride is a  safe and effective hemostatic agent. 

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In addition, the Knit-Pak+ containers feature a ceramic cutting blade inside the cap that automatically cuts the cord upon closing. The yellow cap identifies the impregnated Knit-Pak+ and a white cap distinguishes the original Knit-Pak non-impregnated cord. Knit-Pak+ is available in six different sizes which are color-coded for quick and easy identification.

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