Kodak rules in dental schools

Jan. 24, 2002
95 percent of U.S. dental schools today have incorporated Kodak InSight Intraoral Dental Film into their radiology training curricula, Kodak recently announced.

Radiology department heads cite a number of reasons for selecting InSight Film over other available intraoral X-ray films, including the film's quality, its ability to reduce radiation exposures and the need to prepare students for the film they are most likely to use after graduation.

Premier's new Perfecta Ultra is said to offer dentists the ultimate in professional take-home tooth whitening -- faster results without sensitivity and improved patient compliance. Presented in a compact cosmetic package, Perfecta Ultra 6% hydrogen-peroxide formulation is reported to be strong -- comparable to 20% carbamide peroxide yet avoids sensitivity through its patient hydrating-enhanced formulation.
Perfecta Ultra is said to provide faster whitening results via shorter wear time -- it is only worn twice a day for 30 minutes.
According to Premier, the soft travel pouch cosmetic packaging provides a professional presentation for either the dentist, hygienist, or any member of the dental team to easily present the ease of the technique as well as the benefits to the patient. Perfecta Ultra 6% is available from authorized dental dealers.
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