10 Best Dental Mixing Pads & Trays

List Updated December 2020

Bestselling Dental Mixing Pads & Trays in 2020


Dental Disposable Poly Coated Non-skid Foam Mixing Pads 3"x3" 100 Sheets 9518584

Dental Disposable Poly Coated Non-skid Foam Mixing Pads 3
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Disposable
  • Poly Coated
  • Non-Skid Foam
  • Mixing cements, composites, rubber base materials and silicates

Premium Plus Dental Mixing Wells (2 wells) 500 Pcs, 18-907

Premium Plus Dental Mixing Wells (2 wells) 500 Pcs, 18-907
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Dental Mixing Wells (2 wells) 500 Pcs

100 Sheets Dental Mixing Pads, Disposable Poly Coated (Small, 3'' x 3'')

100 Sheets Dental Mixing Pads, Disposable Poly Coated (Small, 3'' x 3'')
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Disposable mixing pads
  • Mixing cements,composites,rubber base materials and silicates
  • Size:Small(3''*3'')
  • Quantity:100 Sheets(2 Pad,50 Sheets/Pad)

KEYSTONE - Classic Lab Work Pans - Pink w/clip - 12pk - made 034-7000376 Us Dental Depot

KEYSTONE - Classic Lab Work Pans - Pink w/clip - 12pk - made 034-7000376 Us Dental Depot
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Annhua 50PCS Dental Mixing Well with 4 Holes, Oral Materials Mixer Tray, Plastic Disposable Impression Mixed Wells

Annhua 50PCS Dental Mixing Well with 4 Holes, Oral Materials Mixer Tray, Plastic Disposable Impression Mixed Wells
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Compatible with all dental materials.
  • Easy to pick up.
  • Convenient handling and storage.
  • Packaging: 50 trays.
  • Stick in the picture is for display and not included.

Dental Disposable Poly Coated Non-skid Foam Mixing Pads 3"x6" 100 Sheets 9518585

Dental Disposable Poly Coated Non-skid Foam Mixing Pads 3
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Disposable
  • Poly Coated
  • Non-Skid Foam
  • Mixing cements, composites, rubber base materials and silicates

Mixing Pad - Small 3" x 3" (50 sheets)

Mixing Pad - Small 3
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Mixing Pad - Small 3" x 3" (50 sheets)

Mixing Pad - Large 6" x 6" (50 sheets)

Mixing Pad - Large 6
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Mixing Pad - Large 6" x 6" (50 sheets)

TPC Advanced Technology Dental Medical US100 Pole Post Mounted Utility White Tray 13" x 10"

TPC Advanced Technology Dental Medical US100 Pole Post Mounted Utility White Tray 13
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • (1) 13" x 10" White Utility Tray

Portal Cool 1Pc Dental Lab Porcelain Ceramic Mixing Material Watering Wet Tray Tool 6 Slots Free Shipping

Portal Cool 1Pc Dental Lab Porcelain Ceramic Mixing Material Watering Wet Tray Tool 6 Slots Free Shipping
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Product category type: oral hygiene
  • Quantity has 1 in a package
  • Size and color is as shown in image
  • No cancellation after dispatch

Saving Money on Dental Care

Here are some tips that have helped me save hundreds on dental care.

When you start working for yourself, medical insurance becomes an issue. While a basic policy for a non-smoker in reasonable good health is generally not expensive, it's when you start adding in benefits that the cost rises dramatically. One expensive factor is dental insurance. The average basic dental policy includes two yearly cleanings, one with an x-ray. It also includes a co-payment for things like cavities, root canal etc. The co-payment is going to depend on the cost of service but normally it's an 80-20 split with the insurance paying 80% of the cost. This sounded reasonable until I started working for myself and found out a dirty little secret of the dental insurance business.

I found it out accidentally. I went in for my routine cleaning, without insurance. I was astounded at the $180 cost. I joked with the receptionist that I wished I still had insurance. After the cleaning when I went to pay, the cost was $45. I asked what happened to the original quote and she said that was the insurance cost.

It seems that due to the increased amounts of paperwork, federal reporting and the delay in payments from insurance companies, the cost goes up for those using insurance. I thought about it for a few days and then went back to talk to my dentist, someone I've known for more than 25 years. Because of the difficulties in dealing with insurance companies and because patients can't be refused even if their insurance company is a known slow payer, the fees to everyone with insurance have gone up. However if it is known that the patient doesn't have insurance then the standard rates apply. In this way the office has been paid for your visit as well as the paperwork associated with it.

I wondered how pervasive this was so I asked friends all over the nation to query their dentists to find out the insurance V/S cash rates and it turns out that this is the standard policy. There goes the theory that everyone having insurance would lower the cost of service. It would in fact raise the rates exponentially. This is, however, good news for those without insurance.

The next time you go in for a cleaning, ask about their rates for someone paying cash. Just let them know at the desk when you check in that you will be paying cash. It's quick, it's easy and my last $300 via insurance filling cost me $80 in cash.

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