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November 2001
Access;Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p52
Provides information on various dental supplies and products available in the market. Features of Extended Straight Attachment Disposable Prophy Angle produced by Preventive Technologies, Inc.; Featured Disney characters in Power Toothbrush for kids introduced by Braun Oral-B; Availability of interdental cleaners BrushPicks produced by dental concepts.


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