Posted by: ajaxblogger | March 22, 2010

Your Dental Supply Company Stocks IntraOral Film!

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Fuji UMG Intraoral Film D-Speed

X-ray imaging is essential to the dental profession – after all, even the best set of eyes can’t see through gums! But you don’t need X-ray vision to see the money you can save when you order IntraOral film from a discount dental supply company.

First, let’s go over the qualities you should look for in your IntraOral film. Clarity and contrast are obviously important – you want a product that can give you top-of-the-line resolution and differentiation to ensure that you develop only the most accurate images. Next, you should look for high-speed dental film, which will help reduce radiation exposure among patients and staff members alike.

For these qualities and more, we recommended Flow and Fuji dental film products. These brands match KODAK film in quality, but are available at significantly lower prices. The Fuji UMG Intraoral Film D-Speed is available in DS-54, DS-57, and DS-58 packets, which are equivalent to KODAK’s DF products. Similarly, the Flow Silver D Dental Film DV-57 and DV-58 packets match up to KODAK.

Independent lab tests found that Flow dental film to can provide as much as 21% higher contrast and 40% crisper resolution than competing dentist supplies. At http://www.DealonDental.com, you can save big on 150-packs of Flow IntraOral film, or opt for even bigger savings with an economy 600 pack! Of course, if you prefer KODAK brand supplies, we also carry those at 15% to 20% off the MSRP.

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