Dental professionals who currently use, or are considering using an Articaine product now have a new option: COOK-WAITE ZORCAINE (articaine hydrochloride 4% with epinephrine 1:100,000 injection) local anesthetic from Eastman Kodak Company.
COOK-WAITE ZORCAINE local anesthetic is packaged in easily recyclable and stackable boxes for easier storage, and which complies with the American Dental Association uniform color-coding standard.
“We welcome this opportunity to expand our trusted line of local anesthetics,” said Gerald Beckler, global product line manager, Kodak’s Dental Systems Group. “By adding an Articaine product, we renew our commitment to our customers and to all dental professionals who equate the COOK-WAITE name with quality and reliability.”
COOK-WAITE—the brand dental professionals have relied on for more than 60 years—includes a full range of short, medium and long duration anesthetics, all fully backed by Kodak’s legendary customer service and support. Along with the new addition of COOK-WAITE ZORCAINE Anesthetic, the COOK-WAITE portfolio also includes CARBOCAINE 2% with NEO-COBEFRIN, which Kodak launched three months ago.
Dental professionals can purchase COOK-WAITE ZORCAINE (articaine hydrochloride 4% with epinephrine 1:100,000 injection) local anesthetic from authorized dealers of KODAK Dental Systems products. For more information and complete prescribing information, please call 800-933-8031 or visit Kodak’s Dental Systems Group website at www.kodak.com/dental.
About Kodak’s Dental Systems Group
Kodak’s Dental Systems Group is a leading participant in infoimaging, a $385 billion industry created by the convergence of image-and-information technology. The business, which includes wholly-owned subsidiaries PracticeWorks, Inc. and Trophy Radiologie, S.A., develops, manufactures and markets dental imaging and practice management systems for dental practitioners, including practice management software, intraoral and extraoral dental imaging films, processing chemistry and x-ray equipment; direct-digital dental x-ray technology; digital cameras and accessories for dental applications; photographic-quality paper for printing digital images; COOK-WAITE brand local anesthetics; and a variety of related products and services. Infoimaging unites three closely related imaging markets that enable people to more easily take and share images as information: devices, such as digital cameras and x-ray systems; infrastructure, such as practice management software; and services and media, such as photographic-quality inkjet paper and electronic insurance claims submission.
For more information about Kodak’s dental products, please call 800-933-8031 or visit Kodak’s Dental Systems Group website at www.kodak.com/dental or contact your regional KODAK products representative.