The Beta Obturation device is designed for warm gutta-percha techniques, such as backfilling a canal with warm vertical obturation or with a complete fill technique (injecting from the apex up). Perfectly complementing the Alpha heat source, the Beta unit adds simplicity, operator ease and comfort, and durability into this cordless, injectable obturation gun. For more information, call (949) 581-3636, visit bnlbio.com, or send e-mail to
The truly innovative design of the AirLight High-Speed Handpiece incorporates a high-efficiency built-in microgenerator to power its LED, eliminating the need of a fiber-optic system from your dental delivery unit. You simply attach the AirLight to any of your existing 4-, 5-, or 6-hole handpiece tubing, and you will get the brightest LED illumination, allowing you to have a clearer and wider illuminated operative field due to the macro-angled LED. For more information, call (877) 703-3562 or visit beyes.ca.
WaterLase iPlus cuts hard tissue as fast as conventional drills but without the discomfort or risk of cross contamination. It contains a point-and-perform graphical user interface that instantly programs ideal settings for each procedure selected. For total versatility and return on investment, the iPlus is unmatched, with a broad range of restorative and surgical applications. You can use it for deep-pocket therapy periodontal treatment and root canal treatment. For more information, call (888) 424-6527 or visit biolase.com.
TheraCal LC is a light-cured, calcium silicate-filled restorative material designed for use in direct and indirect pulp capping and as a protective liner for use as an alternative to calcium hydroxide, glass ionomer, resin-modified glass ionomer, and other restorative materials. Performing as a barrier and protectant to the dental pulpal complex, its proprietary formulation facilitates significant calcium release. This, combined with its alkaline pH, aids in the regenerative process by promoting sealing of the pulp. For more information, call (800) 247-3368 or visit bisco.com.
The original Brasseler ET Carbides allow dental professionals to create fine art with all aesthetic restorations. Dr. Ronald Goldstein designed these carbides in 1981 with 4 basic principles of finishing restorations: (1) avoid creating sensitivity, (2) maintain a straight emergence profile, (3) provide gingival tissue support, and (4) utilize instrument control with safe-end finishing burs. ET Esthetic Trimming instruments provide optimal trimming and finishing of composite resins and acrylic restorations. For more information, call (800) 841-4522 or visit brasselerusa.com.