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December 5, 2017 News News

3M Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Kerr Corporation

by Business Wire

3M and 3M Innovative Properties Co. filed a patent infringement lawsuit in federal district court in Wilmington, Del., last week against Kerr Corporation. The suit alleges that Kerr Corporation’s SonicFill™ 2 and Harmonize™ dental composite materials infringe 3M’s patent rights directed

November 17, 2017 News Oral Health

Kerr Launches Harmonize™ in Canada

by Kerr Corporation

Kerr Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of Harmonize™ in Canada. It’s the next generation universal composite infused with Adaptive Response Technology (ART), a nanoparticle filler network with features that help dentists achieve a lifelike restoration with more ease

April 6, 2017 Product Spotlight

Kerr™ Launches Campaign to Simplify Product Selection

by KaVo Kerr

Kerr is launching a new campaign aimed at simplifying the lives of dentists by helping them identify the combination of products to use for their most common procedures. The “How to…” campaign provides step-by-step guides to various types of dental

April 5, 2017 Product Spotlight

Kerr’s Harmonize: Universal Composite Creates Lifelike Restorations

by KaVo Kerr

Kerr is pleased to announce the launch of Harmonize, the next generation universal composite infused with Adaptive Response Technology (ART), a nanoparticle filler system with features that help dentists achieve a lifelike restoration with more ease and simplicity than ever

April 4, 2017 Product Spotlight

Kerr™ Endodontics Presents Endovac Pure™

by KaVo Kerr

Kerr Endodontics, a global leader in endodontic equipment and consumables, is proud to present Endovac Pure, an irrigation system that combines a portable base unit with a sterile packed cartridge and an ergonomically designed, single handheld controller for enhanced ease

December 1, 2016 News DentistryNewsOral Health

3M, Dentsply and Kerr Lead Dental Market as Market Continues to Grow

by Marketwired

According to a new series of reports on the U.S. market for dental materials by iData Research (www.idataresearch.com), the market is projected to experience modest growth over the next several years, largely limited by the emergence of intraoral scanners. As