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  • Julie Schmitt

    Should you remove or retain the third molars? When patients come to you for advice on what to do with their wisdom teeth, there is no straightforward answer. When is surgery indicated, particularly when the teeth are asymptomatic? What are the risks involved with removal or retention? When is the best time for treatment? Each decision should be...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    For many clinicians, the beauty of digital integration is the simplicity it provides. By eliminating the need to open various pieces of hardware and software for each patient you encounter, you reduce the possibility of malfunctions and the worry that engenders. That’s been the personal experience of Edmund Suh, DDS, FAGD.

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  • Michael Howard

    Recent reports reveal that dentists often overlook one critical tool for patient protection and isolation: the dental dam. Due to numerous safety benefits, the dental dam is considered a standard of care. COLTENE has created a high-quality dental dam and the necessary dental dam accessories under the Hygenic® name brand.

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  • Marie

    A year ago, Advanced Esthetic Dentistry started offering free teeth whitening using the Iveri line from Zest Dental Solutions. Jean Ocasio, CDA, BsBA, MHA knew that patients would be excited to use something easy and effective—and it would make them more inclined to pursue additional treatment. The strategy has proven effective for the practice,...

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  • Michael Howard

    While many practitioners now provide treatments such as Invisalign, limited fixed orthodontics should also be within scope for general dentists. Regardless of whether a dentist intends to offer orthodontic services in their practice or refer patients out, effectively integrating orthodontics into treatment planning can keep patients more...

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  • Michael Howard

    While there are many ways to add value and better your practice’s patient experience, one proven method is by providing take-home care products. Not only will this make regular appointments more valuable to patients, it encourages them to think of you every time they practice at-home oral care. With this approach, you can help ensure that...

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