TAUB Products is celebrating their 65th year in busines

TAUB Products is celebrating their 65th year in business. The company was formerly known as George TAUB Products and Fusion Company Inc, and is now in its third generation of family management. Led by Jordan Taub, vice president of Taub Products, and Ed Matthews vice president of sales, TAUB Products continues to provide the dental and dental laboratory markets with new and innovative products for esthetic dentistry.From indirect restorations to full mouth reconstruction, TAUB Products continually offer the best results. A good example is Fusion-Zr Resin Cements. These esthetic cements enable dentists to practice with their best technique, while featuring ease of use, and fast cleanup. “My patients expect my restorations to pop,” says Ross Nash, DDS, of the Nash Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina. “They can’t just be good; they need to be the best. I get that with Fusion Zr. Resin Cements.”TAUB also offers Zero-G Bio-Implant Cement. According to Jordan Taub, “Zero-G is a retrievable cement for permanent cementation of implant restorations. It has the highest radiopacity, which makes excess cement more visible while maintaining high-quality esthetic values. Its handling characteristics allow easy cleanup and the best results no matter how you practice. ”TAUB launched two major new products in 2016. The first was Ca-Lok ™ Flowable Adhesive Calcium Base/Liner. Ca-Lok is a light-cured, calcium-filled resin with adhesive properti...
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