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Product Report

Oct. 1, 2011
Sensodyne ProNamel's iso-active formula combats acid erosion
Sensodyne ProNamel’s iso-active formula combats acid erosion

Sensodyne ProNamel iso-active toothpaste is a daily use toothpaste that has been specially designed to help protect tooth enamel against the effects of acid erosion. The gel formulation of the toothpaste changes into a microfine foam that penetrates the hard-to-reach areas of the mouth, surrounding teeth with protection against the effects of acid erosion.


Young Dental releases new pink contra angle

Young Dental is once again partnering with Susan G. Komen for the Cure® to support breast cancer awareness with the launch of the new Contra Elite Pink disposable prophy angle. Customers can purchase either the Classic Pink or new Contra Elite Pink angles between now and December of this year. Aside from the new pink color, the Contra Elite Pink will have all the same benefits as the original angle — curved-body style with a short cup consisting of ridges on both the inside and out to provide better interproximal cleaning, enhanced stain removal, and improved splatter control.


Pac-Dent’s pink line supports breast cancer awareness

Pac-Dent recently introduced its line of pink products, which supports breast cancer research and awareness. With every purchase, a donation will be made toward finding a cure for breast cancer. The pink line includes the ProAngle Plus disposable prophy angles, NeoTip disposable air/water syringe tips, iVisor face shields, and Universal X-Ray Film Mounts.

Visit or call (909) 839-0888, ext. 109

Dentsply Professional introduces cordless Freedom handpiece

Dentsply International recently introduced the Midwest RDH Freedom Hygienist Handpiece, a cordless handpiece that has a balanced, lightweight design that eliminates cord drag while increasing accessibility in the mouth. Other benefits include all-day battery life, autoclavable outer sheath, specialized prophy angles, and wireless foot pedal for optimal speed control.

Visit or call (800) 989-8826

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