Products to look for at GNYDM 2017

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A highlight of the 2017 Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) will be the many products on display in the exhibit hall. Manufacturers, including Taub Products, Parkell, Dentsply Sirona, and more, are introducing new products.

Here we bring you a preview of these products.

Air Techniques launches new vacuum

Dental equipment manufacturer Air Techniques has launched a new dry vacuum system and will feature it at GNYDM 2017.

The Mojave LT is designed to replace conventional liquid ring pumps and is completely water-free. The vacuum is compact, nearly silent, and features a multicolor touchscreen display, according to the company.

See the vacuum system at booth No. 3401.

The Mojave vacuum. Image courtesy of Air Techniques.The Mojave vacuum. Image courtesy of Air Techniques.

Bien-Air powers new turbine

Bien-Air will feature a new turbine with a compact head.

The TornadoS delivers 24 watts of power with a compact head that is 10.8 mm in diameter and 12.1 mm in height. This reduced head size allows the practitioner to access molar areas. This turbine has ceramic ball bearings capable of handling high speeds and heavy loads, according to the company.

See the turbine at booth No. 4804.

The TornadoS. Image courtesy of Bien-Air.The TornadoS. Image courtesy of Bien-Air.

Dentsply Sirona features updated laser

Dentsply Sirona will showcase the latest version of its SiroLaser Advance.

The SiroLaser Advance Plus includes a single-use fiber management system and ergonomic design to make treatment setup and preparation more efficient, according to the company. The laser allows the practitioner to perform soft-tissue surgical and hygiene procedures with a single instrument, according to the company.

See the laser at booth No. 3409.

The SiroLaser Advance Plus. Image courtesy of Dentsply Sirona.The SiroLaser Advance Plus. Image courtesy of Dentsply Sirona.

Parkell launches new implant cement

Dental supply manufacturer Parkell has launched a resin-based implant cement and will feature it at the meeting.

The Retrieve DC resin-based implant cement offers long-term, semipermanent adherence to all implant prostheses without needing a bonding agent. The cement guarantees polymerization in areas where a curing light cannot access, according to the company.

The product can be used under ceramic implant restorations and features a gel stage when self-curing for removal of excess cement.

The cement can be seen at booth No. 2604.

Glidewell to highlight partnership with Align Technology

Glidewell Dental has announced an agreement with Align Technology to distribute that company's iTero Element intraoral scanning system as part of Glidewell's restoratives workflow system.

The is a chairside restorative ecosystem for the prescribing and delivery of restorations, according to the company. The system will be available for purchase in early 2018, but orders can be placed at GNYDM 2017.

See the system at booth No. 5001.

Pioneer Lasers rebrands 2 lasers

Pioneer Lasers has rebranded two popular lasers under the Pioneer name.

The diode lasers formerly known as the Odyssey Navigator and the Odyssey 2.4G (Ivoclar Vivadent) are now known as the Pioneer Elite and the Pioneer Pro, respectively. While Pioneer has manufactured the lasers since 2003, they are now available directly from the company or through the company's strategic partners.

See the lasers at booth No. 4639.

Stellar DC. Image courtesy of Taub Products.Stellar DC. Image courtesy of Taub Products.

Taub debuts new acrylic resin

Taub Products will debut a new acrylic resin at the Greater New York Dental Meeting.

The Stellar DC acrylic resin is a dual-cure resin and can be used for creating patterns for copings and models and also for the indexing of implants. The material grinds easily, burns out completely, and can be layered. It can be light cured in 20 seconds or will cure on its own in 60 seconds, according to the company.

See the product at booth No. 2708.

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