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  • Zimmer Biomet Dental and New York College of Dentistry cordially invite you to the 10th Annual Global Implantology Week in New York City, March 18-21, 2019. Experience firsthand how this program has produced a decade of dentistry with ground-breaking lectures. For more information on hotels and a full schedule of events visit...

    Date:01/17/2019

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  • Marie

    Every area of health care continues to move forward at a dizzying pace, and dentistry is no different. It’s not just required by every state for dentists to continue their education beyond dental school, it’s also important for clinicians to stay on top of new trends, research and products. Patients benefit when their dentist has...

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  • Allison Walker

    These days we are communicating more than ever. “Word of mouth” is still a phenomenon, but the method or “platform” has changed drastically over the years. Instead of in-person communication we have turned our attention online and to our phones and are texting, posting on Facebook and Twitter, and forwarding links about things to each other more...

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  • Marie

    Palmero Healthcare will be starting 2019 with new additions to its ProVision® line. Palmero released nine new styles over the back half of 2018, and is adding three more choices to address clinicians’ varied needs in the operatory. Joining the ProVision line in January are Econo Tilts™, Mini Bonding Wraps™ and Rainbow™. Palmero’s Econo Tilts...

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  • Clinician's Choice introducts the PowerMix Automatic Impression Material Dispenser. This dispenser is revolutionizing material dispensing technology - check it out for yourself!

    Date:01/11/2019

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  • Marie

    More products, more savings—that’s what you’ll get from the aptly named MORE Program from Air Techniques. With the MORE Program, you can save on every utility and digital product bundle when purchased through an authorized dealer. Not only do you receive a percentage of the cost back as a rebate, you also get a fixed amount toward “Even MORE”...

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  • Marie

    If you want precision in your placement of calcium hydroxide, the Visco-Tip from Vista Dental Products may be just what you’re looking for. Visco-Tip, one of Vista’s nearly 20 endodontic tip options, is a classic that has stood the test of time. It continues to delight dentists with its ability to improve the flowability of viscous materials,...

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  • Marie

    Innovation – it’s what helps the dental industry continue to serve patients in new and better ways all the time. But where does that innovation come from? One place is a manufacturer like Vista Dental Products, which currently has more than 300 items available to clinicians and continues to develop new solutions all the time. Among Vista’s...

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  • Marie

    The Removable Partial Denture is often called a lost art, as this is one of the most technically demanding prosthesis to create. iData research predicts that the demand for this restoration is going to increase 6.8% CAGR in 2019 and 2020. By comparison, the demand for single unit crowns is expected to grow 0.2% CAGR during the same time...

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  • Michael Howard

    As an indispensable tool in a clinician’s arsenal, a quality loupe is best served by a frame of the same caliber. However, eyewear in general, can be cumbersome, causing discomfort for the user due to poor construction or fit. After extended use, ill-fitting or poorly designed loupe frames can result in poor posture and even back and neck pain...

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  • Michael Howard

    As restorative dentistry evolves, so do the expectations of patients and clinicians alike. The widespread proliferation of advanced composite materials has enabled professionals to craft restorations that not only possess remarkable physical properties but closely mimic the appearance of real teeth. Today, patients all but demand these lifelike...

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  • Learn what you need to know about working with cara Print 4.0.

    Date:12/27/2018

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  • cara Print 4.0 is a new 3D printer built for dental technicians by a dental company they can trust. Watch this video to learn more about how this 3D printer may help you.

    Date:12/27/2018

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  • Lauren Fedorko

    Think for a moment about how far the phone has come in the past decade or two. From landlines to flip phones to the BlackBerry and the iPhone, and the many advancements that the smartphone has brought us in recent years. These innovations didn’t just happen to phones—medicine has advanced, and so have the tools that medical and dental...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Disposable saliva ejectors—they seem simple enough, especially in comparison to all of the other products in your operatory. But when it comes to infection control and prevention, it’s always the finer details that matter a great deal. “Keeping patients out of harm’s way means that sometimes we need to change the simple things we ask patients...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    2019 might be the year to expand your fluoride treatment options for younger patients. The clinical evidence surrounding 1.23% APF (acidulated phosphate fluoride) gel, specifically, makes it a good option for several reasons. According to Dr. Erica Anand, repeatedly using fluoride gel provides an excellent source of increased uptake in younger...

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  • Marie

    Whether it’s a phone, a vacuum or a set of loupes, one of the ways we can tell technology is progressing is when cordless options become available. The XV1™ loupe and light holds the title of the first and only wireless loupe and headlight in one. Similar to cordless phones and vacuums, the cordless XV1 can give clinicians the enhanced freedom...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    News flash: It’s almost 2019, and your patient experience may still be vastly removed from your digital workflow. Do you how much they can affect each other? Here’s another truth: technology should remove complexity, not create it. Software solutions shouldn’t be stand-alone or developed in isolation; they need to talk to one another in order to...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    As 2018 comes to a close, it’s important to audit your patient communication with the goal of improving year-over-year. Did your patient recall system help schedule more patients this year and reactivate dormant patients? Are there any ways to automate some key tasks associated with recall and scheduling, making your staff and practice more...

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  • Michael Howard

    Using the powerful combination of scaling and root planing (SRP) and antibiotic treatment, Liz Allen, RDH, and her Wilmington, Delaware team employ a tailored and time-tested approach to routine oral maintenance. First, patients are subjected to a screening to determine the type of cleaning they need. Patients that present with 5 mm and higher...

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