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Diamond's still a dentist's best friend

A recent customer survey reinforces why diamond carve is the ideal alternative to amalgam

Diamond carve glass ionomer cement

 

Kemdent recently conducted a customer survey amongst its many regular Diamond Carve customers to find out exactly what they thought about it, and to see if it needed any changing in order to make it even more user friendly and appropriate to use. The answer was a resounding no, with the vast majority of customers saying that it was perfect in virtually every aspect.

In the survey, the customers were asked 20 questions about Diamond Carve, and the overall results can be found in the tables below. They clearly demonstrate that Diamond Carve is easy to use and offers an ideal combination of mixing, working and setting times. Once mixed it also offers an ideal consistency for placement and carving and a strong adhesion to the tooth surface

 

Finally, it has the ideal strength for its recommended indications and is supplied in an adequate range of shades, which each accurately match the stated Vita shade.

Most of the responders use Diamond Carve for restoring deciduous teeth and for semi-permanent posterior restorations in adults. However, it is also extensively used as a core build-up material and in the sandwich technique. Easy to finish, they felt Diamond Carve had the optimum level of radiopacity for each of these indications.

Finally, with a three-year shelf life the responders stated that Diamond Carve represents good value for money and that they would definitely recommend it to other dentists.

 

Post-Minamata

The globally binding Minamata Treaty on the use of mercury, which was signed in October 2013, means dentists need to find a suitable alternative to dental amalgam. There are many to choose from, all with their own relative merits, but many believe that Kemdent’s Diamond Carve offers an extremely user-friendly and cost-effective option worthy of serious consideration.

 

What makes Diamond Carve special?

Kemdent first introduced the Diamond glass ionomer cement (GIC) range to the dental market in March 1999. Now 19 years later the Diamond range is one of the world’s leading GICs used daily by literally thousands of dentists in over a dozen countries worldwide.

Diamond provides dentists with a clinically proven GIC restorative material that effectively performs highly aesthetic restorative procedures, replacing traditional composite, and amalgam methods of working. Chemical curing, without dimensional change, means Diamond restorations can be placed in one increment, saving time and avoiding the creation of stresses within the restoration that can be caused by incremental build up using composites. Both of these advantages also contribute to its relative lack of postoperative sensitivity compared with bonded composites. Fluoride release is another significant advantage.

Diamond is also far less susceptible to moisture around the operating site, partly due to its rapid chemical snap set and its mercury-free composition. It quite categorically adheres to both enamel and dentine, without the need for acid etching – saving time and additional expense. Finally, there is no polymerisation shrinkage and consequent cracking associated with Diamond.

Handling and usability

 


Diamond is also far less susceptible to moisture around the operating site, partly due to its rapid chemical snap set and its mercury-free composition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The innovative Diamond range allows dental practices to perform various styles of chairside treatment. The firm consistency of the Diamond GIC range allows easy placement of the materials and rapid ‘snap setting’, matching tooth colour in just over two minutes at normal room temperature.

Gone are the days of sending away patients with poorly aesthetic, opaque, moisture sensitive restorations, with instructions to return a week later for polishing, hoping that when they return the restoration would not have a crazed appearance and have been weakened by moisture contamination.

Value



With a three-year shelf life the responders stated that Diamond Carve represents good value for money.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Carve is a hand-mixed glass ionomer cement for posterior indications including non-load bearing class I and II restorations, together with class V abrasion cavities.

It can also be used for restorations in deciduous teeth, core build-ups, amalgam repairs – where it helps minimise the health risks associated with the removal of old amalgam restorations, and the cementation of posts in root canal restorations.

Range of indications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Carve Powder is made from alumina-silicate glass containing calcium fluoride as well as strontium and barium for radiopacity, plus a number of dry acids to enhance the setting reaction.

Diamond Carve Liquid is a water-based acidic solution. They are combined together in a 4:1 ratio, with one scoop of powder to one drop of liquid. Setting occurs through an acid/base reaction.

Diamond Carve is self-adhesive to both enamel and dentine. In addition to its inherent calcium fluoride content, it also acts as a fluoride reserve where it can reabsorb fluoride from mouthwashes, toothpastes, or many other sources of fluoride and then gently release it in a low and controlled concentration. Therefore, it offers the added benefit of long-term fluoride release.

Available in seven aesthetic shades, an immediate advantage over ‘dirty old amalgam’, it is manufactured from a special GIC, which contributes to a range of features including versatility and strength.

With a 350MPa compressive strength Diamond Carve is up to 50% stronger than other glass ionomer cements, saliva resistance, excellent finishing and wear resistance properties. In addition to this, tests have proven that there is no dimension change during the setting reaction and no postoperative sensitivity. These advantages, together with its packable consistency, durability and ease of use make it the ideal aesthetic alternative to amalgam.

 

Hints and tips for using Diamond Carve

Diamond Carve has a working time of between two and two-and-a-half minutes and a setting time between three minutes 40 seconds and four minutes. It requires minimal preparation, simply the requirement to remove soft caries and undermined enamel, with no varnishing afterwards.

It adheres to dentine and enamel without the need for any preparation of the tooth surface or a bonding system, thereby saving valuable surgery time and additional expense compared with composite materials. The cement becomes rapidly carvable, and offers a ‘waterproof’ chemical snap-set.

To see a short ‘How to use Diamond Carve’ video demonstrating the mixing and handling of Diamond Carve.

 

DIAMOND CARVE IS part of the Diamond GIC range. It is manufactured in the UK by Associated Dental Products. For further information contact Kemdent on 01793 770 090 or Click Here to buy Diamond Carve glass ionomer cement

Diamond's still a dentist's best friend

A recent customer survey reinforces why diamond carve is the ideal alternative to amalgam

Diamond carve glass ionomer cement

 

Kemdent recently conducted a customer survey amongst its many regular Diamond Carve customers to find out exactly what they thought about it, and to see if it needed any changing in order to make it even more user friendly and appropriate to use. The answer was a resounding no, with the vast majority of customers saying that it was perfect in virtually every aspect.

In the survey, the customers were asked 20 questions about Diamond Carve, and the overall results can be found in the tables below. They clearly demonstrate that Diamond Carve is easy to use and offers an ideal combination of mixing, working and setting times. Once mixed it also offers an ideal consistency for placement and carving and a strong adhesion to the tooth surface

 

Finally, it has the ideal strength for its recommended indications and is supplied in an adequate range of shades, which each accurately match the stated Vita shade.

Most of the responders use Diamond Carve for restoring deciduous teeth and for semi-permanent posterior restorations in adults. However, it is also extensively used as a core build-up material and in the sandwich technique. Easy to finish, they felt Diamond Carve had the optimum level of radiopacity for each of these indications.

Finally, with a three-year shelf life the responders stated that Diamond Carve represents good value for money and that they would definitely recommend it to other dentists.

 

Post-Minamata

The globally binding Minamata Treaty on the use of mercury, which was signed in October 2013, means dentists need to find a suitable alternative to dental amalgam. There are many to choose from, all with their own relative merits, but many believe that Kemdent’s Diamond Carve offers an extremely user-friendly and cost-effective option worthy of serious consideration.

 

What makes Diamond Carve special?

Kemdent first introduced the Diamond glass ionomer cement (GIC) range to the dental market in March 1999. Now 19 years later the Diamond range is one of the world’s leading GICs used daily by literally thousands of dentists in over a dozen countries worldwide.

Diamond provides dentists with a clinically proven GIC restorative material that effectively performs highly aesthetic restorative procedures, replacing traditional composite, and amalgam methods of working. Chemical curing, without dimensional change, means Diamond restorations can be placed in one increment, saving time and avoiding the creation of stresses within the restoration that can be caused by incremental build up using composites. Both of these advantages also contribute to its relative lack of postoperative sensitivity compared with bonded composites. Fluoride release is another significant advantage.

Diamond is also far less susceptible to moisture around the operating site, partly due to its rapid chemical snap set and its mercury-free composition. It quite categorically adheres to both enamel and dentine, without the need for acid etching – saving time and additional expense. Finally, there is no polymerisation shrinkage and consequent cracking associated with Diamond.

Handling and usability

 


Diamond is also far less susceptible to moisture around the operating site, partly due to its rapid chemical snap set and its mercury-free composition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The innovative Diamond range allows dental practices to perform various styles of chairside treatment. The firm consistency of the Diamond GIC range allows easy placement of the materials and rapid ‘snap setting’, matching tooth colour in just over two minutes at normal room temperature.

Gone are the days of sending away patients with poorly aesthetic, opaque, moisture sensitive restorations, with instructions to return a week later for polishing, hoping that when they return the restoration would not have a crazed appearance and have been weakened by moisture contamination.

Value



With a three-year shelf life the responders stated that Diamond Carve represents good value for money.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Carve is a hand-mixed glass ionomer cement for posterior indications including non-load bearing class I and II restorations, together with class V abrasion cavities.

It can also be used for restorations in deciduous teeth, core build-ups, amalgam repairs – where it helps minimise the health risks associated with the removal of old amalgam restorations, and the cementation of posts in root canal restorations.

Range of indications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Carve Powder is made from alumina-silicate glass containing calcium fluoride as well as strontium and barium for radiopacity, plus a number of dry acids to enhance the setting reaction.

Diamond Carve Liquid is a water-based acidic solution. They are combined together in a 4:1 ratio, with one scoop of powder to one drop of liquid. Setting occurs through an acid/base reaction.

Diamond Carve is self-adhesive to both enamel and dentine. In addition to its inherent calcium fluoride content, it also acts as a fluoride reserve where it can reabsorb fluoride from mouthwashes, toothpastes, or many other sources of fluoride and then gently release it in a low and controlled concentration. Therefore, it offers the added benefit of long-term fluoride release.

Available in seven aesthetic shades, an immediate advantage over ‘dirty old amalgam’, it is manufactured from a special GIC, which contributes to a range of features including versatility and strength.

With a 350MPa compressive strength Diamond Carve is up to 50% stronger than other glass ionomer cements, saliva resistance, excellent finishing and wear resistance properties. In addition to this, tests have proven that there is no dimension change during the setting reaction and no postoperative sensitivity. These advantages, together with its packable consistency, durability and ease of use make it the ideal aesthetic alternative to amalgam.

 

Hints and tips for using Diamond Carve

Diamond Carve has a working time of between two and two-and-a-half minutes and a setting time between three minutes 40 seconds and four minutes. It requires minimal preparation, simply the requirement to remove soft caries and undermined enamel, with no varnishing afterwards.

It adheres to dentine and enamel without the need for any preparation of the tooth surface or a bonding system, thereby saving valuable surgery time and additional expense compared with composite materials. The cement becomes rapidly carvable, and offers a ‘waterproof’ chemical snap-set.

To see a short ‘How to use Diamond Carve’ video demonstrating the mixing and handling of Diamond Carve.

 

DIAMOND CARVE IS part of the Diamond GIC range. It is manufactured in the UK by Associated Dental Products. For further information contact Kemdent on 01793 770 090 or Click Here to buy Diamond Carve glass ionomer cement

PracticeSafe Soak, the popular impression material disinfectant

Some existing users highlight the benefits of Kemdent's PracticeSafe Soak impression material disinfectant

Since the introduction of The Department of Health’s Decontamination Health Technical Memorandum 01-05: Decontamination in primary care dental practices both Dental Practices and Laboratories have had to review their protocols regarding infection control involving the transfer of impressions, models and removable appliances (including crowns, bridges and dentures etc). This is because, on page 42, it states that all impressions, prostheses and orthodontic appliances must be "decontaminated in a multi-step process to be conducted in accord with the device or material manufacturer’s instructions".PracticeSafe Impression Soak Pouring

Supplied in a concentrated form, PracticeSafe Soak has been specifically designed to meet all the requirements of HTM 01-05 and all the other relevant regulations and standards regarding the disinfection of impression materials, prostheses and orthodontic appliances within the Laboratory environment.

In its recommended 3% working concentration, after removing any debris under running water, only 3 minutes immersion is required. This is dramatically less than the 10 minutes recommended by the manufacturers of many of the other products currently available on the market. This means that the risk of alginate and polyether impressions becoming distorted due to water absorption is minimised. It also saves time for Technicians, who are often in a hurry and do not want to waste time waiting around while an impression soaks for the right duration, often resulting in inadequate disinfection.

The active ingredients in PracticeSafe Soak are Alkyldimethylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride and Didecyldimethyl Ammonium Chloride, without any of the degreasers or alcohols present in other materials. The combination of all three means that PracticeSafe Soak is effective against bacteria (including MRSA) and fungi (including yeasts) and lipid enveloped viruses.

PracticeSafe Soak is supplied in a concentrated liquid presentation which is easily diluted in water to produce a 3% working solution, which should be changed daily or when it has become visibly contaminated. 30ml of PracticeSafe Soak making 1 litre of solution in which to soak the impressions (alginate, polyether, addition silicone etc), acrylic dentures and even waxes during the try-in stage. For details of the dilution rates for different volumes of PracticeSafe Soak please see Table 1 below.

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Following the instructions for use is extremely important

In order to obtain optimum results from this product it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions correctly.

The first step is to produce a proper 3% solution using the refillable dosage bottle. To achieve this easily and accurately the cap of the dosage bottle is opened by half a turn. The body of the bottle is then squeezed until the required 30ml of concentrated PracticeSafe Soak fills the dosage chamber. This 30ml of Practice Safe Soak is then poured out into an impression bath containing 970ml of water to create 1 litre of 3% PracticeSafe Soak. Always add the concentrate to the water and ensure it is mixed well. Avoid excess foaming.

If 2 litres of 3% PracticeSafe Soak is required add 60ml of concentrate to 1 litre 940ml of water to make 2 litres of working solution. For 4 litres add 120ml of concentrate to 3 litres 880ml of water and so on. Therefore, one litre of PracticeSafe Soak concentrate will make 33 litres of 3% PracticeSafe Soak solution.

Should the dosage chamber of the dosage bottle ever become overfilled it can be emptied again by closing the cap of the dosage chamber, loosening the filling cap, squeezing the body of the bottle to create a vacuum which sucks out the concentrate from the dosage chamber, closing the filling cap and tilting the bottle slightly. Once the dosage chamber has emptied the dosage cap can be reopened and squeezing the body of the dosage bottle will dispense the correct amount (30ml) into the dosage chamber ready for dispensing.

The second step is to rinse the impressions with clean running water thoroughly to remove any visible contamination such as blood and saliva. Completely immerse the impression and tray in the 3% PracticeSafe Soak solution in the impression bath for 3 minutes. After the full 3 minutes remove the impression and tray and rinse thoroughly under clean running water to remove the PracticeSafe Soak.

The manufacturers recommend that the PracticeSafe Soak solution is changed daily or when the solution is visibly contaminated. Some Technicians prefer to make up a larger quantity of 3% PracticeSafe Soak in advance and simply dispense it as and when required. This is a perfectly satisfactory thing to do.

 

Existing users

This is what some Technicians who have already swapped to PracticeSafe Soak had to say:-

 

Quote from Leon Corns CDT, Leon Corns Denture Services, Dudley:

"We switched from Impressiv universal dental impression disinfectant spray about three years ago because it was a spray and we wanted to use a soak. We also liked the fact that PracticeSafe Soak was more economical, had a nice blue colour and multiple uses. We use it to disinfect impressions in a bath for three minutes. We also have two small soak pots for denture repairs which we use to disinfect prostheses in before handling them.

On removal from the mouth impressions are inspected, then washed under running water for about 30 seconds. Then they are placed in the impression disinfection bath with the lid placed on for about 3 minutes. Once out of the impression bath they are rinsed again under running water and wrapped in a wet paper towel. These are then placed in a sealed polythene bag. The work ticket laboratory prescription is stamped as proof of being disinfected. Only then do they go through to the laboratory area.

For denture repairs, when the patient arrives we ask them to come into the clinical area and remove their dentures and place them in a small soak pot. We tell them that we need to make sure we disinfect the denture before we handle it. While in the pot we take the patient’s details and don a pair of gloves. This process takes about one minute. We then wash the denture under running water and dry it with tissue and examine the denture. This solution is changed every day or sometimes after a particularly dirty denture which has clouded the solution.

Our impression disinfection bath holds about 5 litres so the solution is changed every day, but I can see why Labs with smaller baths would use smaller quantities provided the impressions are fully immersed. The solution normally stays clear and usable all day because we wash all the impressions under running water before immersing them in the solution.

We find the dosage compartment with the ml markings on the two cap container very useful for quick preparation of solutions.

Another advantage of PracticeSafe Soak is that it costs a lot less than ready to use solutions because it is in a concentrated form. We also like the fragrance because it smells reassuringly strong. We also like its blue colour because it is a clinical colour and if it was clear we would be concerned about its concentration values."

 

Quote from Alex Kerr, Chilli Dental Lab, Whitley Bay, Tyne & Wear:

"I started using PracticeSafe Soak in 2014. Before that I used to use Perform ID, but I didn’t like the fact that the granules didn’t always dissolve straight away so I wasn’t sure that the solution was of the correct concentration. I like PracticeSafe Soak because it is easy to use and reliable. I use it to disinfect all my impressions and dentures requiring remedial work. I always prepare small quantities and replace it twice daily because prevention of cross contamination is of paramount importance. I don’t use an ultrasonic bath. PracticeSafe Soak costs a lot less than Perform ID too."

 

Quote from John Craig, Canton Dental Laboratory, Cardiff:

"We’ve been using PracticeSafe Soak for about a year now, before that we used a spray-type disinfectant but didn’t think it was as effective as a soak like PracticeSafe. We use it for all the impressions and denture repairs that come into the Lab. We change the solution every day and, after unwrapping the impression, place them in the soak for 10 minutes ready for casting up. We make up the solution when we need it and do not use an ultrasonic bath as we believe soaking them is sufficient. PracticeSafe costs about the same as the spray product we used to use. PracticeSafe has little or no fragrance and its colour is a useful aid to mixing. We find the dispensing bottle easy to use and it works well. We feel it is an effective and safe product to use."

 

Quote from Richard Hinley, John Foster Private Prosthetics, Swalwell:

"We started using PracticeSafe Soak about 18 months ago because we needed a more specific disinfection material for use with impressions than the normal antibacterial solution we used to use. We find it easy to use and it produces good results."

 

Conclusion

When using PracticeSafe Soak, as recommended by the manufacturer, it delivers a reliable, effective and extremely economical means of disinfecting impressions and dentures requiring repair. Kemdent recommend impressions are rinsed with clean running water to remove any visible contamination such as blood and saliva, then completely immerse the impression and tray in a 3% PracticeSafe Soak solution in the impression bath for 3 minutes. After the full 3 minutes remove the impression and tray and rinse thoroughly under clean running water to remove the PracticeSafe Soak.

 

To find out more about this product or to buy Click Here

 

 

Diamond Carve, the ideal alternative to Amalgam

Diamond Carve is not only the ideal alternative to Amalgam it is a low cost/ high margin product.

Glass Ionomer Cement range















Diamond Carve is not only the ideal alternative to Amalgam it is a low cost/ high margin product.

The continued use of mercury rich dental amalgam has been controversial for decades, but now the globally binding treaty on the use of mercury, which was signed in Japan in October 2013, has ultimately signed its death knell. Whilst this won't happen overnight, it means dentists will all need to find a suitable alternative. There are many to choose from, all with their own relative merits, but many believe that Kemdent's Diamond Carve offers an extremely user friendly and cost effective option worthy of serious consideration.   

Dentists recommend Diamond Carve 

"I use Diamond Carve because it is easy to mix and you can mix the exact quantity you require. There is no waste. I also like the way it bonds well to the tooth and is a lot harder than other Glass Ionomers, therefore, it lasts longer."

"I use Diamond Carve to restore primary teeth and class Vs in adults, where the restoration is held in place and shaped using a metal cervical foil, which gives a very smooth finish after the initial snap-set."

Quote from Dr John Rees - Rees Dental Practice, Birmingham.

Diamond Carve is available in 7 shades: A2, A3, A3.5, A4, B3, C2 and C4

Setting time: 2 minutes, 15 seconds
Packaging: 10g Powder, 7ml Liquid / Full Kit 5 x 10g Powder & 1 x 25ml Liquid.

Our products are made in England by Associated Dental Products Ltd



Click Here to find out more about Diamond Carve

Talk to our qualified sales team about Kemdent's high quality UK manufactured products available at competitive prices!

E-mail sales@kemdent.co.uk
Tel: 01793 770256

 

 

Kemdent staff attempt the Crisis 50/50 Challenge!

Kemdent staff are attempting the Crisis Challenge which means completing 50 miles in 50 days!

Crisis 50/50 Challenge

Kemdent staff have set themselves a hard task this September and October. The Kemdent team are attempting the Crisis Challenge which means completing 50 miles in 50 days! We will be cycling, walking, swimming, hopping and running our way to raise money for the Charity organisation Crisis.

Crisis are the national charity for homeless people. They help people directly out of homelessness and campaign for the changes needed to solve it altogether.

The money we raise will help create a future without homelessness and will fund vital services for homeless people today

Wish Kemdent luck!

Find out more about the challenge Click Here 
 

Crisis 50 miles in 50 days Challenge!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top reasons to choose InstrumentSafe

Kemdent introduces InstrumentSafe, its disinfectant that will help keep your dental equipment safe, clean and compliant

InstrumentSafe Disinfectant 1L and 5LThe Department of Health’s Decontamination Health Technical Memorandum 01-05: Decontamination in primary care dental practices describes the essential steps required for the safe and effective sterilisation of dental instruments. This includes the use of either a washer-disinfector, manual cleaning combined with ultrasonic cleaning or manual cleaning only. It stresses the importance of effective cleaning of instruments as an essential prerequisite before sterilisation because it will reduce the risk of transmission of infectious agents.

Within the Best Practice framework the use of either an ultrasonic cleaner or washer-disinfector is recommended in preference to manual cleaning only, unless the manufacturer specifies that the device is not compatible with automated processes.

Instruments should be cleaned as soon as possible after use because they may be more easily cleaned than those left for a number of hours before reprocessing. Where this is not possible, water immersion or the use of a foam or gel intended to maintain a moist or humid environment are thought useful in aiding subsequent decontamination.

 

InstrumentSafe

InstrumentSafe Disinfectant PouringSupplied in a concentrated form, InstrumentSafe has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of HTM 01-05 and all the other relevant regulations and standards regarding the disinfection of instruments prior to autoclaving within the Practice environment.

Aldehyde and Phenol-free, InstrumentSafe is recommended for the disinfection and cleaning of dental instruments including rotary instruments prior to autoclaving. It can be used with both thermo-labile and thermo-stable instruments.

InstrumentSafe is supplied in a concentrated liquid presentation, which is easily diluted in water to produce different concentration working solutions, which should be changed daily or when it has become visibly contaminated.

 

Feedback from existing users

This is what some practices who have already swapped to InstrumentSafe had to say:

 

Alex Harvey - Practice Manager - Johnstown Dental Practice, Wrexham:

"We first started using InstrumentSafe in 2012. Prior to that we used a different brand but we didn't like it because it didn't kill as many viruses as InstrumentSafe and there was a lack of support information available. It was also more expensive.

We use a 2% InstrumentSafe solution because it's stronger and therefore theoretically even more effective. We use it in an Ultrasonic bath to disinfect and clean all our instruments. We always use an Ultrasonic bath because it helps to debride the instruments, but we'd be happy to use it as an instrument soak, if left for an appropriate time, if there wasn't an Ultrasonic bath available. However in this situation we'd manually scrub the instruments first.

"We produce a fresh batch of InstrumentSafe every time we need one and change it either at the beginning of each session or when it is visibly contaminated. We find the dosing bottle very easy to use"

 

Jon Stark - Baddow Road Dental Surgery, Chelmsford:

"We switched to InstrumentSafe about 18 months ago. We use it to disinfect and clean all our instruments daily. We fill a sink to the level marked on the side with water and add enough InstrumentSafe to make up five litres of 2% solution. We do this daily. We find the fragrance pleasant and not overpowering"

 

Conclusion

When using InstrumentSafe, as recommended by the manufacturer, it delivers a reliable, effective and extremely economical means of disinfecting instruments that helps protect the practice staff and the patients from risk of cross infection.

 

For further information on Kemdent's InstrumentSafe Disinfectant please Click Here

Kemdent awarded Medilink South West Award

Kemdent is awarded Medilink South West Export Achievement Award!

In February Kemdent was nominated for three awards by Medilink South West - Life Science & Healthcare. The three categories were:
Export Achievement, Innovation and Outstanding Achievement.

After coming up against a high level of competition, we are pleased to announce that we won the Medilink South West - Life Science & Healthcare award for Export Acheivement.

The award ceremony was also attended by GP, broadcaster and comedian Dr. Phil Hammond. To find out more click on the link below

http://www.medilinksw.com/news-category/innovators-life-sciences-healthcare-industry-recognised-achievements/

 

 





















 

Kemdent awarded Medilink South West Award

Kemdent is awarded Medilink South West Export Achievement Award!

In February Kemdent was nominated for three awards by Medilink South West - Life Science & Healthcare. The three categories were:
Export Achievement, Innovation and Outstanding Achievement.

After coming up against a high level of competition, we are pleased to announce that we won the Medilink South West - Life Science & Healthcare award for Export Acheivement.

The award ceremony was also attended by GP, broadcaster and comedian Dr. Phil Hammond. To find out more click on the link below

http://www.medilinksw.com/news-category/innovators-life-sciences-healthcare-industry-recognised-achievements/

 

 





















 

Kemdent wins again!

Kemdent has won FMC Dental Industry - Exporter of the year 2016!

We are proud to announce that Kemdent won for the second year running, the FMC Dental Industry Award for Exporter of the year 2016.

The awards took place in London on the 18th November 2016. Kemdent were also finalists at the FMC Awards for Outstanding Business of the year (more than 25 employees) and Team of the year.

Well done to the hard working Kemdent staff and congratulations to the other FMC Dental Industry award winners.
 

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