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Like any mechanical device with parts that wear, your sterilizer may get to a point where its performance has degraded. Unlike household appliances that provide ampl     Read the rest of this entry...


Loading your sterilizer may be an overly simple process to discuss, however improper loading can have a huge negative impact on unit performance and longevity. A pro     Read the rest of this entry...


Sterilization in the orthodontic office is a straightforward and simple procedure. If a sterilization area is designed properly, the daily infection control function     Read the rest of this entry...


The Ratcheting Expansion Screw (RES) was designed to eliminate patient deactivation of the appliance when removing the expansion key. The screw will lock into the ad     Read the rest of this entry...


Getting Back to Basics
January 1, 2012

Things are so much simpler today, while at the same timing reaching higher and higher levels of complexity. Automobiles are a perfect example. Back in the day, my 19     Read the rest of this entry...


From the beginning of our involvement with infection control in the 1980’s, Dentronix saw a need to provide FDA-cleared asepsis options for a profession using primar     Read the rest of this entry...


Racing to the Bottom
January 1, 2011

When I started in the plier business in 1974, Dentronix had two primary competitors vying for your inserted instrument business. Each entity had a valid value prop     Read the rest of this entry...



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