DenMat’s next-generation material creates esthetic, durable, and affordable temporaries.Read more
The Biolase Waterlase iPlus delivers improved cutting speed and precision with an intuitive user interface.
Biolase launches the new dual-wavelength Waterlase iPlus all-tissue laser. The iPlus’ Intuitive Power not only addresses ... read more
For millions of Americans and their dentists, xerostomia is becoming an increasingly prevalent and serious issue. The damage xerostomia can cause is just as severe as the trouble created by a steady diet of sugary drinks and candy.Read more
ALARA is an acronym for “As Low As Reasonably Achievable” as defined by the Code of Federal Regulations 10 CFR 20.1003. This principle refers to the efforts taken to ensure that exposure to ionizing radiation is minimized, and is often referenced when determining the appropriate dosing limitations for radiation workers and patients. The National Council on Radiation Protection and measurements set specific guidelines for dental practices in 2003. These requirements were updated in 2009 to better protect patients and staff from the potential cancer risks indicated to stem from cumulated low doses of ionizing radiation over long periods of time.Read more