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PractiPal MultiBlock
PractiPal Half Tray
PractiPal Mini Tray
PractiPal Full Tray
PractiPal Instrument Clamp
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PractiPal Compact Bur Stand and Compact File Stand
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Disposable items from Directa. All disposable products can be used together with the other PractiPal products such as PractiPal MultiBlock or as a stand-alone. MultiDappen can be placed on the MultiBlock or be used as a stand-alone, equipped with indentations of different volumes of bonding, primers, etc. MultiPoint offers storage of paper points, guttapercha points and fluid and can be placed in the MultiBlock or used as a stand-alone. PractiPal Waste Cup is a practical container for debris or liquids. Instruments may be scraped against the special jagged edges to remove debris. Placed in the MultiBlock or used as a stand-alone. PractiPal Foam Cushions, cushions of sponge foam placed in the MultiBlock. Unique slot design of foam scrapper for removing debris from files and instruments. Available as large (50x32x23 mm) and small (30x15x13 mm).  PractiPal Light Shield is placed on the MultiDappen to protect light-curing materials. PractiPal Clips is not a disposable item and is used to assembled two PractiPal Half Tray pieces togehter.


Prod No.

Prod No: 115000  PractiPal MultiDappen, 300 pcs
Prod No: 115001  PractiPal MultiPoint, 300 pcs
Prod No: 115002  PractiPal Waste Cup, 300 pcs
Prod No: 115003  PractiPal Foam Small, 300 pcs
Prod No: 115004  PractiPal Foam Large, 50 pcs
Prod No: 115105  PractiPal Light Shield, 5 pcs
Prod No: 115120  PractiPal Clips, 2 pcs


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