Miltex intensifies endo training

January 2005
Proofs;Jan2005, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p87
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of Miltex, a supplier of hand-held surgical instruments, to upgrade endodontic research and development capabilities and manufacturing technologies used to manufacture high quality precision endodontic instruments. Acquisition of Moyco Technologies by Miltex; Information on the company's endodontic file system called the Liberator which eliminates self-threading in root canals; Members of the Miltex sales team.


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