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Mission: To provide infection prevention and safety products that protect clincians, patients, and the practice.

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Palmero Healthcare Exclusives

  Enter for a Chance to Win a $100 Gift Card
Complete the survey on Safety Protection in a Dental Office. The first 25 participants to complete the survey will receive $25 (retail value) of Palmero safety eyewear. All participants upon completion of the survey will be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card.  READ MORE ›

  Light Curing Basics and Recommendations for Eye Safety
The placement of amalgam restorations is on the decline and the placement of resin-based composite restorations is on the rise. Dentists are continually striving to achieve clinically excellent results with composite resin restorations and manufacturers are constantly innovating new materials that offer more beauty and longevity. One constant in the placement of resin-based composite restorations is the utilization of a visible light to cure resin-based composites, sealants and cements.  READ MORE ›

  Q3 National Promotions Announced
Do you know what promotions Palmero Healthcare is hosting for the third quarter of 2018? Learn about the promotions by clicking the image. Or, for more information, visit palmerohealth.com, call 800.344.6424 or email customerservice@palmerohealth.com.

  Are you registered for the upcoming webinar — Safety First! Protect Yourself, Your Patients and Your Practice?
Earn 1 CEU Credit by attending this webinar — Register here!
Dental professionals and patients not only need protection from exposure to blood, saliva and airborne pathogens. They need protection from particles from dental materials that may splatter or become airborne. This webinar will discuss updates in CDC, OSHA and OSAP guidelines and offer practical solutions for eye wear, face shields and radiation safety.

X-Ray Apron Trade-In/Recycling Program

Palmero is committed to environmental responsibility. It’s a key component of our core values and an extension of our mission to protect patients, clinicians, and the practice to include the environment as well.  READ MORE ›

Industry News

  UV Blocking Glass Benefits for Dental Curing Lights
Dental curing lights utilize coated glass filters, such as a UV blocking glass, to selectively emit specific bands of light. These curing lights are used to polymerize dental composites, sealants and cements that are often used to help repair or replace tooth material.  READ MORE ›

  Eye Safety in a Dental Office
Visits to the dentist come with the expectation of leaving with teeth in better shape than before the visit. Far from the expectations of a routine visit to the dentist are problems outside of the patient’s mouth. Certainly, an eye injury or eye infection from a dental visit is well outside of most people’s imaginations.  READ MORE ›

  Ultra-violet and Blue Light Aggravate Macular Degeneration
Harmful Effects of Ultra-violet and Blue Light Ultra-violet light is that portion of the spectrum of invisible light below 286nm to 400nm, and is generally understood to be harmful to the eye, possibly leading to cataracts and other eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Retinal damage is the most important hazard from light. The three types of retinal damage are structural, thermal and photochemical. The type of damage depends on the wavelength, power level and exposure time.  READ MORE ›

  Taking attention to the safety awareness during dental curing light procedure
With the development of oral medicine and technology,dental curing light is employed in many aspects of modern dentistry—the most conspicuous fact is it could be found in every dental clinic.Thereupon,some problems just come naturally.Which material is the best? Which type is harmless to dentists' health? Today let’s talking about the safety awareness when using the curing light.  READ MORE ›

  Critical Factors for Successful Restorations: Light-Curing, Light-Energy Monitoring, and Matrices
The clinical success of light-cured adhesive composite resin restorations depends heavily upon attention to detail in each of the steps required to diagnose, prepare, and restore. While much attention has been given to the intricacies of diagnosis and preparation and the development of improved adhesives and resins, light-curing is often taken for granted. Various factors must be taken into account when light-curing resin adhesives, resin-based composites, resin cements, and other light-activated restorative materials to ensure optimal polymerization of the restoration.   READ MORE ›
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