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Natural and Biocompatible - It all Matters!

There are enough toxins in the air we breathe and in the food and water we consume. Let’s make sure we add into our lives, safe as well as effective products. Read More...


Soothing Shea Butter Products are added to the Consumer Products Line for All Dental PRODX/ProdxSpa. Shea Butter Lip Balm is added to the company’s Patient Comfort Group.

Product developer and marketer, All Dental PRODX/ProdxSpa, introduces several new shea butter products for both the Consumer and the Patient Comfort categories on their website, Read More...

Press Release Temp Tabs - Natural

All Dental ProdX.

Press release
December 2011

All Dental ProdX announces the first production of their new
Temp Tabs - Natural, a tooth colored and bio-compatible version of their Temp Tabs - True Blue.  
Thermoplastic Temp Tabs are used for chair side night guards, implant placement stents, bite registration, implant abutment jigs and other uses.

Temp Tabs - Natural will permit daytime wear for bruxism patients and can be used as a space maintainer for healing after implant surgery.  They are sold in packages of 72 Tabs and are available through your dental dealer.

Temp Tabs - Natural is the third member of the thermoplastic family at All Dental ProdX. Temp Tabs - True Blue and the larger wafer, Bite Buddy complete this  product group.

How bad is soda for your teeth?

Did you know?

Soft drink companies pay school districts large royalties in exchange for the right to market their product exclusively in the schools, which in turn boosts pop sales among kids.

American consumption of soft drinks, including carbonated beverages, fruit juice and sports drinks increased by 500 percent in the past 50 years.

Americans drank more than 53 gallons of soft drinks per person in 2000. This amount surpassed all other beverages. One of every four beverages consumed today is a soft drink, which means other, more nutritious beverages are being displaced from the diet.

Today, one fifth of all 1- to 2-year-old children drink soda pop and teens drink twice as much pop as milk compared to 20 years ago when they drank twice as much milk as soda.

A bottle of pop in the ‘50s was 6.5 ounces. Today, a 12-ounce can is standard and a 20-ounce bottle is common. Larger container sizes mean more calories, more sugar and more acid in a single serving.

In regular pop, all the calories come from sugar. Soda pop is Americans’ single biggest source of refined sugar.

In addition to cavities, heavy pop consumption has been linked to diabetes, obesity, kidney stones, heart disease and osteoporosis.


Patient Comfort Management - Part of Practice Management

Fears of dentistry are pervasive and cartoonish, made famous in shows like Little Shop of Horrors and by celebrities like Bill Cosby. There are many sites on the Internet dealing with these fears. Maybe some of the fears have more to do with memories like mine and less to do with challenging procedures or less than skilled practitioners. Humans just don’t look forward to repeating uncomfortable experiences as defined by associative aspects that smell, taste, look or feel, well… bad. Read More...