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  • Samantha Negraval

    Kettenbach is now breathing a bit easier. The company’s acquisition of Airway Metrics, previously announced in January, became effective at the end of business on Feb. 28. Through this acquisition, Kettenbach enters a new product category, offering an innovative measurement system to dentists who provide obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) appliances....

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  • Marie

    Sterile instruments are key for patient and clinician safety. Midmark offers both cleaning and sterilization equipment to ensure your instruments are ready when you need them. If you’re considering changing or adding to your sterilization protocol, Midmark may have a solution that works for your practice. Steam choices Midmark offers dental...

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  • See why Dental Product Shoppers evaluators gave Lighthouse 360 a 4.9/5!

    Date:03/13/2019

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  • Allison Walker

    Food and plaque become trapped between teeth and can be difficult, even impossible in some areas, for patients to reach during tooth brushing. Patients need to be able to address this issue between professional cleaning appointments to safeguard oral soft and hard oral tissue health. Sunstar GUM SOFT-PICKS can easily be used to remove dental...

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  • Michael Howard

    CBCT empowers dental professionals by allowing them to diagnose patients with exceptional accuracy, efficiency, and safety. With devices like the PreXion3D Excelsior CBCT Scanner by PreXion, practitioners can quickly and easily achieve high-quality oral and maxillofacial scans while maintaining acceptably low levels of radiation exposure. Due to...

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  • Richmond Dental & Medical

    The dental profession is changing, and it’s happening at perhaps a greater rate than ever. There are many factors converging to impact the dental industry, such as technology, education, and insurance, and perhaps no factor has been more influential in recent years as the rise of dental support organizations (DSOs). Click To Read The Full...

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  • Richmond Dental & Medical

    As with all fields of healthcare, technology is having a heavy influence on the dental profession. While dentists have already been adopting electronic dental records technology, which integrates everything from billing records to X-rays and exam charts, now we are seeing the dental practice adopt technology in ways that directly impact patient...

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  • Richmond Dental & Medical

    "In our travels talking to distributors, prospective customers, and interested members of the general public, people often ask, “Are cotton balls the same as medical balls?” This is a great question, since cotton balls have so many uses, including removing nail polish, removing make-up, cleaning up after a science project, and applying alcohol,...

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  • Richmond Dental & Medical

    In our travels talking to distributors, prospective customers, and interested members of the general public, people often ask, “Are cotton balls the same as medical balls?” This is a great question, since cotton balls have so many uses, including removing nail polish, removing make-up, cleaning up after a science project, and applying alcohol,...

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  • Richmond Dental & Medical

    "It’s awards season—the Golden Globes, Grammys, the Oscars, and more. Our industry has its own awards season, and the judges have spoken on the best dental products throughout 2017. The winner is Richmond Dental and Medical, over and over again. First up, our Braided Cotton Rolls received a Best Product Award, with a 4.6 out of five score,...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    While much attention is given to the digital evolution of dentistry over the last several years, the “cosmetic revolution” brought about by advancements in adhesive technology can’t be overshadowed. The year was 1955 when Dr. Michael Buonocore first discovered that he could adhere to enamel using acid. Today’s bonding agents have only mild...

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  • Michael Howard

    While the term “temporary” might suggest a “throw-away” option, when it comes to temporary cements, they are anything but. Temporary cements, also known as provisional cements, are used for fixation of provisional indirect restorations prior to the cementation of a definitive restoration. Applications mainly include provisional crowns, bridges,...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Name: Andrew Fundo, DMD Dental School: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Years in Practice: 9 Specialty: General Dentistry Practice Location: Forest Hills, NY Favorite Product: Garrison’s Composi-Tight 3D Fusion Sectional Matrix System In this day and age of online shopping there is a tremendous benefit of being...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Biological indicator (BI) or chemical indicator (CI)? Which class or type? Indicator or integrator? The terminology of disinfection and sterilization protocols in dental offices may be confusing at times, but understanding the nuances is a critical part of safety. According to the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP), a common...

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  • Alex Sadusky

    How Dental Can Start Thinking “Lean”: Part 3 Lean Dental Practice Management In the final article in this series, we will take a closer look into lean application in practice management. It’s no secret the dental industry is evolving right now, as are the expectations of patients. And to stay in stride with these changes, dentists are having...

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  • Allison Walker

    While many patients appreciate the end result of their hygiene appointments, they may not necessarily enjoy the experience. In fact, some can barely stand it. Being able to customize how much water and at what pressure it is used to accommodate individual patient’s hypersensitivity issues, pain level, or even fear of the sounds an ultrasonic...

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  • Alex Sadusky

    How Dental Can Start Thinking “Lean”: Part 2 Lean Clinical As mentioned in the opening article of this three-part series, lean is about refining your business processes down to exactly what is needed to provide customers the best possible services. In this article, we will identify four clinical areas of a dental practice where lean...

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  • Alex Sadusky

    How Dental Can Start Thinking “Lean” When You Hear “Lean” Referred to In Business, What First Comes to Mind? It may be images of finely tuned systems and machinery in automotive or aerospace manufacturing plants. Or perhaps streamlined processes that allow businesses to lower costs and run more efficiently. Either way, your line of thinking...

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  • Not many dentists go into dentistry because they love…information technology (IT)? Dentists have enough to do without worrying about things like what computer hardware to buy let alone how to protect and maintain it. Join us for a 30-minute webinar to discuss how to save time and money by using a hardware as a service rather than buying new...

    Date:03/07/2019

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  • Dentsply Sirona Treatment Centers have helped Dr. Patel not only treat her patients, but also create relationships within her community. She was meticulous in her design of her new office, and Dentsply Sirona was the perfect fit.

    Date:03/07/2019

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