For Medical Professionals
This shop exclusively provides special items and offers for doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals, who apply these products for their medical practices.
In this category, you fill find a comprehensive selection of materials and tools for mixing cements, as well as impression and filling materials.
Mixing spatulas are required to produce a homogeneous mix of filling materials and cements. These spatulas are available in different models, made from plastic or metal. The plastic spatulas are ideal for mixing filling materials, subfillings and composites. They are very handy and the shape of the tip mixes composite materials well. Metal spatulas are excellent for mixing cements, for instance when fitting crowns and bridges or when mixing small quantities of impression material. These metal spatulas are reusable, durable and can be sterilised. The metal spatulas are available in a variety of sizes to match your needs.
Mixing pads are also used to mix filling materials, cements and impression materials. We distinguish between pads made from paper and plastic. Paper mixing pads are coated so the materials mix well and separate from the paper without sticking to it. The sheets have adhesive on one side and can be torn off and disposed of after use. The plastic blocks are transparent and also have adhesive on one side. Mixing pads are available in a variety of sizes according to use and needs.
Special mixing cups and spatulas are used for mixing alginates. These cups are made from flexible plastic, thus ensuring an even and homogeneous mixing of the alginate. Alginate spatulas have an ergonomically-shaped handle and a curved tip which is adapted to the shape of the cup for ideal mixing conditions.
Dappen dishes and dappen glasses are used in a variety of fields. They are used to prepare solutions such as hydrogen or alcohol, to apply bonding agents or medicines and for mixing medical solutions. Dappen glasses are reusable and made from firm glass in a variety of colours. The plastic dappen dishes have lateral slots and can easily be hung and attached to a tray.