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GC America’s Glass Ionomer Sealants don't contain...

GC America’s Glass Ionomer Sealants don't Contain Bis-GMA or BPA
Use GC Fuji TRIAGE® Glass Ionomer Sealant and Surface Protectant for Caries Prevention

September 2010 - Recent media attention has focused on potential health issues for children and the unborn fetus with the use of Bis-GMA and Bis-Phenol A (BPA). These chemicals are contained in resin sealants as well as some other materials. GC America would like to confirm that our dental glass ionomer sealants sold in the United States, Canada, and Latin America do not contain Bis-GMA or Bis-Phenol A (BPA) as an ingredient. GC America’s sealants are not resin sealants.

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New research supports the efficacy of MI Paste Plus in orthodontic patients

August 2010 - Research presented at the 2010 International Association for Dental Research meeting in Barcelona, Spain supports the use of MI Paste Plus™ with RECALDENT™† containing casein phosphopeptide - amorphous calcium phosphate and fluoride (CPP-ACPF) for the prevention of decalcification in orthodontic patients. 

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Dental Management Club Announces Territories Available

Dental Management Club announces that territories are now available to sales representatives in the dental field through its rep partnership program.

 

Dental Management Club provides reduced fees on ADA CERP and DANB approved CE courses and seminars, plus unique access to job postings, one-on-one coaching calls, negotiated discounts on products and services, assistance with insurance claims and more.  The CE courses are provided by DMC’s parent company, Warschaw Learning Institute, an industry leader in online continuing education and training for dental professionals, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.

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Sedation and general anesthesia practices in US dentistry vary widely

Anesthesia Progress – A wide variation has been found in the training for and practice of sedation and general anesthesia within the dental profession in the United States. Safe, effective pain and anxiety control techniques are an essential part of dentistry. A survey designed to be a snapshot of common practices provides insight into this limited area of research.

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