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Centrix is proud to announce that E-Lieve received “New Product” focus in Dental Product Shopper January Issue

E-LieveSoothing relief for minor soft-tissue irritation before, during, and after procedures Even with the advent of modern dental treatments, many common dental procedures can still cause secondary issues such as damaged, irritated and painful soft tissue around the mouth or gingiva. Rubber dam use often leaves lips and the corners of the mouth dried, cracked and painful. Whitening or teeth bleaching can cause gingival inflammation and teeth sensitivity; and orthodontic appliances often cause irritation of the mucosa of the cheeks. Relieving Discomfort with Vitamin ECentrix’s E-Lieve is a topical Vitamin E treatment that provides immediate relief to soft-tissue irritation. Be¬cause E-Lieve is a moisturizer, it absorbs into the tissue and has...

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Centrix Welcomes New RAMS

Happy 2020! Centrix is excited to welcome two new RAMS for our Mid-Atlantic & Ohio Valley regions. Audrey and Jeren have been in our Shelton, CT office for the past few weeks getting familiar with Centrix's wide range of products. They will start in their territories next Monday, January 27th and look forward to helping you with your dental product needs. Centrix Dental Welcomes EFDA Audrey Schofield as Mid-Atlantic Regional Area Manager January, 2020 - Shelton, CT – Centrix Dental is excited to announce our new Regional Account Manager (RAM) for the Mid-Atlantic Territory, Audrey Schofield. Audrey has a background in restorative dentistry as a licensed Expanded Functions Dental Assistant (EFDA) as well as prior...

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Centrix Announces the Release of LolliCaine® Topical Anesthecic in 1-oz. Jars!

LolliCaine features rapid onset 20% benzocaine gel providing temporary relief during periodontal curettage, local injections, scaling, root planing and other dental procedures. Now available in both a unit-dose LolliPack® and our new 1 oz. LolliJar™.  Our unique LolliPack packaging reduces cross-contamination and eliminates over-dosing waste, while the economical LolliJar helps to reduce overall material costs. Key Product Features: Rapid onset, powerfully effective topical anesthesiaGreat taste with no bitter aftertasteProvides temporary relief from oral painContains 20% benzocaine gelAvailable in 4 flavors: Bubble Gum, Cherry, Mint, and Piña ColadaPackaging that helps control material costs. Key Package Features – Unit-dose LolliPack Eliminates unused gel - place LolliCaine on every tray and if not used it can get wiped clean and go...

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Bill Dragan Receives 2019 Award from Give Kids A Smile

Centrix President Bill Dragan Receives 2019 Award from Give Kids A Smile!

Centrix, and President Bill Dragan, are proud to be the recipient of the 2019 Steven W. Kess Give Kids A Smile® (GKAS) Corporate Volunteer Award, which recognizes them for long-term outstanding involvement and dedication to the ADA Foundation GKAS program. Bill was recognized at the ADA FDI Meeting in San Francisco where he was presented with the award. Give Kids a Smile started out in 2002 as a humble movement in St. Louis by Drs. Jeff Dalin and B. Ray Storm, who helped nearly 400 children. Today, a very impressive statistic on the GKAS Website reads “Since 2003, more than 5.5 million children have been cared for by more than...

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Relieve with E-Lieve™!

Now there is a faster, easier solution for moistening and soothing minor soft tissue irritation before, during and after dental procedures! E-Lieve Vitamin E, in unit-dose tubes is the latest innovation from Centrix! We’ve all learned about the benefits of using Vitamin E to help soothe irritated tissue, but who wants to mess with cutting capsules open, when you can simply “Twist, Squeeze, Apply” directly onto the irritation? E-Lieve is a topical Vitamin E treatment that provides instant relief to soft tissue irritation and can be used to treat damaged gingival tissue during and after dental procedures. Because E-Lieve is also a moisturizer, it absorbs into the tissue, reducing inflammation. E-Lieve...

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Protecting Teeth from White Spots

Have you seen polka-dotted teeth in your office?  White spots (otherwise known as Caries Lesions or Hypocalcification) on teeth can result from a variety of causes.  Most white spots are formed during the development of the tooth while in the jaw.  If the tooth is disturbed, or a change in the body causes the enamel formation to be atypical, white spots will occur however they are usually a sign of enamel breakdown and decalcification.  Caries lesions are also common during orthodontic treatment and usually form around the bracket interface near the gingival margin.  If plaque and bacteria builds up, such as streptococci and lactobacilli, they create an acidic environment around braces and over time enamel breakdown can occur...

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