Dental Materials

Glidewell Dental Releases BruxZir® Esthetic Solid Zirconia

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Glidewell Dental Releases BruxZir® Esthetic Solid Zirconia

Register to receive a free US Dental Materials Market Report Suite synopsis and brochure Glidewell Dental, a leading technological innovator in restorative dentistry for 48 years, announces the release of BruxZir® Esthetic Solid Zirconia for dental crowns & bridges. An all-new formula developed from the industry-leading BruxZir® Solid Zirconia, BruxZir Esthetic zirconia is a strong and profoundly beautiful

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EnvisionTEC Launches its Strongest 3D Printing Material Ever

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EnvisionTEC Launches its Strongest 3D Printing Material Ever

Register to receive a free US Dental Materials Market Report Suite synopsis and brochure EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of desktop and full-production 3D printers and materials, launches a groundbreaking new material, E-RigidForm, showcasing it in a 328-foot 3D printed chain. A polyurethane-like resin that 3D prints hard and stiff parts, E-RigidForm is ideal for both prototypes

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Carbon Sinks Its Teeth Further in the Dental Market with New Partnerships and Materials

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Carbon Sinks Its Teeth Further in the Dental Market with New Partnerships and Materials

Register to receive a free Dental Materials Market Report Suite for US 2017-2023 synopsis and brochure Carbon, a Silicon Valley-based digital 3D Manufacturing company, continued its momentum in delivering a complete 3D Manufacturing solution for the dental market with the announcement of two new partnerships with DENTCA and DREVE. Through these collaborations, Carbon is continuing to change

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New Dental Material Resists Plaque and Kills Microbes

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New Dental Material Resists Plaque and Kills Microbes

Register to receive a free Dental Materials Market Report Suite for US 2017-2023 synopsis and brochure   Dentists rely on composite materials to perform restorative procedures, such as filling cavities. However, these materials, just like tooth enamel, can be vulnerable to the growth of plaque. In a recent study, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania evaluated a

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