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SciCan's innovative HYDRIM C61w G4 instrument washer automatically washes, rinses, and dries dental instruments at the touch of a single...
HYDRIM L110W G4 Instrument Washers provides a safe, effective and efficient way to clean instruments, allowing staff to focus on the...
G 7881 Dental Washer Disinfector Miele The G 7881 was systematically designed to combine separate steps so staff can spend more time...
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  • Samantha Negraval

    If you had to identify the “heart” of your clinical practice, where would it be located? It’s easy to think about this on a more technical level, perhaps to the closet that houses the hard drive and servers for your practice network. However, that’s the “brain” of your practice, not necessarily the heart. Let’s rephrase the question: What is the...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    In an age of prolific technology, everyone gravitates towards automation. There’s often an app for that—except when there’s not. Some processes in dentistry still rely on manual labor and maintenance, even when the technology is in place. Take, for instance, your sterilization center. Basic maintenance of these systems is essential to their...

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  • Shivi Gupta, DDS

    Advancements in dental technology over the past several years have paved the way for dentists to be able to confidently and predictably deliver indirect restorations in a single visit. We now have so many wonderful material choices at our fingertips that we can easily employ to fabricate indirect crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, and implant...

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  • Larry Emmott

    In the early days of in-office computer use, dental offices had very limited choices for professional IT support. They would rely on just about anyone who was good at computers, including their patient’s nephew. Today, hardware has become more sophisticated, but some dentists make the same unsophisticated mistake. Many practices still don’t have...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The COVID-19 crisis has temporarily paused non-emergency procedures, and practices are using this spare time to reevaluate protocols, procedures, and their most commonly used products. This temporary downtime is an opportunity to “catch up” on new products that can significantly improve efficiencies in the restorative workflow.

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  • Daniela Sever, DMD

    "Struggling with snoring and sleeplessness? Call your dentist.” That simple recommendation is what your patients receive if they use any of the popular online consumer healthcare resources, such as WebMD or Mayo Clinic. If they do call you, will you be ready?

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