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Forceps, Dental Dam Clamp

Definition : Forceps with pronged jaws used to place dental dam clamps in position by engaging the jaws of dental dam clamps so that they may be separated to pass over the widest buccolingual contour of a tooth.

Entry Terms : "Dental Dam Forceps" , "Forceps, Rubber Dam Clamp"

UMDC code : 16651

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AliMed Inc

Company Type: Parent

AliMed is an American manufacturing company and supplier of high quality products — everything from pre-formed orthoses, alarms for fall management, cushions, diagnostic imaging and operating room accessories, orthopedic rehabilitation equipment, ergonomic workplace solutions and emergency preparedness.

G Hartzell & Son

Company Type: Parent

G. Hartzell & Son is a family-owned manufacturer of dental & surgical instruments, founded by George F. and George O. Hartzell in 1935. Unlike most instrument companies, our firm is an actual MANUFACTURER. Approximately 85% of our instruments are manufactured from our factory located in the East Bay area of San Francisco, and (with 2 "special" exceptions) the balance of production is from Germany.

Garrison Dental Solutions LLC

Company Type: Parent

Hu-Friedy Mfg Co LLC

Company Type: Parent

Hubert Zepf Inc

Company Type: Parent

Rite-Dent Mfg Corp

Company Type: Parent

Dr. Oscar Lopez president and founder of Rite-Dent Manufacturing Corporation, is a highly regarded dentist. He graduated from the University of Havana in 1961. He moved to New Jersey in 1962 and went on to obtain his Dental Diploma from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1966.

Trans American Medical Instrument Corp

Company Type: Parent

Tamsco is a global leader in instrument manufacturing, export & distribution. We have been serving the healthcare, personal care, educational and consumer markets.

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