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  Immediate impression results- Traditional impressions are not only messy but time consuming. With an intra oral scanner, results for patients are immediate. A dental professional will be able to assess the impression, following the scan, vs. mailing the impression and waiting for results. If an area was missed or overlooked, solutions are as simple as rescanning the portion. Low maintenance- Cleaning and maintaining an intra oral camera requires less effort then disinfecting impression trays. This creates a smooth transition after a patient leaves an operatory. Accuracy- Intra oral scanning captures accurate shades and form. This allows for better patient...

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  Article hosted on Dentistry IQ. We cover all factors to consider before you sell your used dental equipment!    https://www.dentistryiq.com/practice-management/financial/article/14205800/you-can-make-money-selling-used-dental-equipment   Wondering who buys used dental equipment nationwide? Contact our acquisition specialist at 253.248.3974 or get started with a quick evaluation here: 

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We answer the commonly asked questions when you're looking to sell dental equipment to us. Find most answers here or contact us at ask@dentalquicksale.com

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Dental equipment, Dental sensors, Purchasing manager, Who buys -

   Whether you recently transitioned to a new office with extra equipment, or your office accumulated it over the years, stagnant equipment is a problem offices commonly face. Let’s face it, most practices do not know that there is a market for their used dental equipment, (yes, even those on their last leg)- so, they end up storing or worse, tossing them. From the clients, and practices we interact with, it’s safe to conclude that a large percentage have limited to no resources when it involves re-locating their used, old, or unwanted dental equipment. And even when they do find a resource...

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autoclave, Dentsply, Kavo, Midmark, Statim, used dental equipment, Where to sell used dental equipment -

Out of the top common practice procedures involved with the majority of dental offices, sterilizing equipment ranks high on the list of importance and daily protocol. Choosing the right sterilizer/s is dependent on a few factors; a practices volume, efficiency, and space. The most commonly used sterilizers are steam and dry heat methods. Steam options branch out into these top utilized methods: Gravity cycle autoclaves (think Midmark or Tuttnauer), and steam flush pressure pulse sterilizers (think Statim). Mentally scanning the listed functions and features below, will create an informed decision, based on preference.     Statim- Cycle time: Compared with...

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