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Why artificial intelligence is the future of dentistry
Why artificial intelligence is the future of dentistryAI is already taking over the medical landscape, and soon it will affect dentistry.
Study finds technology allows remote diagnosis of cleft palate patients
Study finds technology allows remote diagnosis of cleft palate patientsThe study determined that readily available technology can make clinics more efficient and reliable while providing remote care.
Why you need to tell your patients the truth
Why you need to tell your patients the truthBeing the bearer of bad news can be an unpleasant yet necessary part of the job.
How to use Planmeca Extraoral Bitewings to detect cysts
How to use Planmeca Extraoral Bitewings to detect cystsUtilizing multiple patient assessment options can lead to expanded patient care.
New gingivitis code helps you provide ethical care
New gingivitis code helps you provide ethical careA new gingivitis code with help you to provide your patients with the full care they deserve.
Moving caries detection and patient engagement into the 21st centuryA Dental Hygiene case study showing how The Canary System can move your practice into the future.
Number of overall and endodontics diagnoses per practice
Number of overall and endodontics diagnoses per practiceUnderstanding the number of diagnoses in the dental practice is key to understanding the state of oral health and the long term effects of receiving oral diagnoses and interventions.
A good night's rest: Why sleep apnea treatment is critical
A good night's rest: Why sleep apnea treatment is criticalIn the last few years our profession has seen an increased focus on the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in our practices. Many of us are now asking questions during our initial patient interviews and devoting portions of our patient health history forms to the subject of OSA.
Trouble sleeping? The size of your tongue, tonsils could be why
Trouble sleeping? The size of your tongue, tonsils could be whyThe best time to identify signs of obstructive sleep apnea may not be at night while snoozing in bed but, instead, while sitting in the dentist’s chair.
Gum disease linked to highly deadly cancer
Gum disease linked to highly deadly cancerIn recent months, gum disease has been linked to increasing number of major health problems — and researchers have now discovered another illness to add to the list.