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Meet the Dental Products Report Top 25 Women in Dentistry for 2017
Meet the Dental Products Report Top 25 Women in Dentistry for 2017Now in its eighth year of recognizing exceptional women in the dental industry, Dental Products Report is thrilled to introduce the Top 25 Women in Dentistry for 2017.
5 steps to building your practice brand
5 steps to building your practice brandAs a dentist you regularly interface with your patients and your community, making you a public figure and the target of online and offline discussion. How patients discuss you, in a good or bad light, can be strongly influenced by you and your team. In essence, much of their opinion of you is shaped by how you present yourself and your practice — and whether they agree that you live up to those expectations.
Kettenbach’s new Sugi Butterfly maintains optimum dry field
Kettenbach’s new Sugi Butterfly maintains optimum dry fieldThe new Sugi Butterfly from Kettenbach LP of Huntington Beach, Calif., is a nonsterile cotton fiber and cellulose barrier that is available in two sizes—small and large.
7 clinicians discuss 7 bonding agentsDental Products Report talked to seven clinicians about seven different bonding agents on the market. 1. All-Bond Universal, BISCO | Jack D. Griffin, Jr., DMD, MAGD I am a general practitioner in a large restorative practice where we feature comprehensive rehabilitation and cosmetic dentistry.
O'Nano Oral Solutions releases advanced toothbrushes"The design of the nylon toothbrush has remained virtually unchanged for more than 70 years," said Cindy Yu, president of O'Nano Solutions. "Our vision is to reinvent past toothbrush designs using advanced technology and materials to bring a better toothbrush to the world. Because gum disease is epidemic, we wanted to focus our first designs on care for this population."
Convergent Dental unveils new spot size, improved spot size and Solea software upgradeThe dental laser’s new features include a 1.00 mm-XC (coarse-cut) spot size, an improved 1.00 mm (standard-cut) spot size and the Solea Software 2.4.0 Automatic Software Upgrade feature.
If you had $10,000 to spend, what should you spend it on in your dental practice? Part 2 of 2What would your practice do with $10,000? We asked dental consultants and dealer representatives for their top recommendations.
KaVo Kerr imaging brands to host inaugural Dental 3D UniversityUp to 12 CE credits can be earned, and a $300 early bird discount is being offered to DPR readers until September 10. One of the speakers at 3DU is Dr. John Flucke, the chief dental editor and technology editor for Dental Products Report.
How SureFil SDR flow can solve problemsOperating a successful dental practice often means finding a balance between doing quality work in an efficient manner and not sacrificing anything for the patient. Discovering where that balance lies often depends on what part of the United States your practice resides. At Bizga Dental, Inc., in Parma, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, Dr. Timothy M. Bizga realized he can’t bill patients on an hourly basis like his colleagues in places such as Chicago or California. So for him, it’s all about being as efficient as possible.