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  • Julie Schmitt

    At least 60% of toothbrushes were contaminated with fecal coliforms in a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). The coliforms settle on a toothbrush, the data revealed, after spreading through the air as a result of actions such as flushing the toilet. From a 6/2/15 ASM Press Release: “The main...

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    • Date: 03/19/2017

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  • Brian Donahue

    Since its founding a decade ago, Dental Product Shopper has conducted peer reviews of more than a thousand products, thanks to the generosity of our loyal community of product evaluators—dentists, hygienists, and staff members who have shared their time and expertise for the benefit of their profession. Their willingness to test products in...

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  • Allison Walker

    As a dentist, you’re constantly diagnosing patients’ oral health and tending to their teeth. You spend hours recommending treatment that will bring them to optimal oral health. But are you doing the same for your business? It is so easy to fall into “procrastination mode” when it comes to evaluating whether your software and systems are working...

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  • Allison Walker

    If you do not have a digital scanner, yet want to take advantage of digital technology offered by your laboratory, including CAD/CAM-created restorations, Kulzer’s Flexitime Fast & Scan gives you that option without needing to change either your impression technique or hardware/software. Developed in collaboration with dentists and dental labs,...

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  • gail weisman

    Do the names Chapin Harris or Horace Hayden sound familiar? Perhaps not. Here’s a hint: They may be “responsible” for the fact that dentistry and medicine have basically evolved side-by-side with very little overlap or interaction. Apparently these forward-thinking self-trained dentists in mid-19th-century Baltimore approached the faculty at...

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