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1 Aurora Curing Light IFU

2 Aurora™ S3 Curing Light IFU

3 Brush&Bond FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BRUSH&BOND® The brush is too big for some of my micro-preparations. What can I do to access them? You’ve got several options for small or difficult-to-access cavity preps: 1) Parkell sells our Mini/Endo B&B Activator…

4 Cinch FAQ

Cinch/Quick Cinch Impression Material Does Cinch™ come with different set times? Yes. The Cinch line has a 4-minute intraoral set time. The Quick Cinch™ line has a 90-second intraoral set time. Do both Cinch and Quick Cinch product lines provide the same…

5 Dryz Gingival Hemostatic Retraction Paste: FAQs

6 HyperFIL™ FAQ

HyperFIL™ Bulk fill seems to be the new “buzz phrase” when it comes to composites. Is HyperFIL™ considered a “BULK FILL” material? Absolutely. Although we never specifically promoted HyperFIL as a bulk fill material, the reality is that it was…

7 Integra FAQ

Integra FAQ What is the volume of the reservoir bottles? Each bottle holds 475 ml (approximately 16 oz.). How many patients can I expect to treat from each bottle? This is totally dependent on the water setting and the length of the procedure. For average…

8 MetaSEAL FAQ

MetaSEAL When I mixed the MetaSEAL, the resulting mix was too runny for my liking. Is it possible to adjust the powder/liquid ratio so that the resulting sealer is thicker? Yes. The MetaSEAL viscosity can be adjusted by using between two and three drops of…

9 Pulp Capping FAQ

Are there any Parkell products that can be used for direct pulp capping? Yes. C&B-METABOND® and Amalgambond® PLUS both have direct pulp capping on their FDA list of indications for use. What is the purpose of direct pulp capping? The goal of direct…

10 Snap FAQ

Snap What type of material is Snap? Snap is a polyethyl methacrylate. What are the advantages of polyethyl methacrylates (Snap) when compared to polymethyl methacrylates (Jet)? The following are advantages of polyethyl methacrylates: Lower exotherm temperature…