future of dentistry

Why organized dentistry needs to change in order to survive
Why organized dentistry needs to change in order to surviveBig changes are happening in dentistry, and organized dentistry needs to accept the future.
6 things you need to know to survive the DSO revolutionWhat you need to know about the future of the dental practice, how solo practices can thrive in a changing industry and determining whether a DSO is right for you.
Looking back to 2012: How far we’ve come
Looking back to 2012: How far we’ve comeDental technology has evolved by leaps and bounds since 2012.
10 reasons for dental labs to be optimistic in 2017 and beyondWhile it's easy to be pessimistic these days, there are plenty of reasons for labs to welcome the future.
Is your practice prepared for the future?
Is your practice prepared for the future?Dentists who take advantage of new opportunities may have an advantage.
The future of dental practices
The future of dental practicesExperts say the field of dentistry is shifting and new advancements will accompany the change. What will your dental practice look like five years from today?
The truth about chairside dentistry
The truth about chairside dentistryChairside dentistry has been touted as the next evolution in dentistry—and it’s whispered about among dental technicians as something to be feared. What’s the reality of this burgeoning technology?
What’s next—The integrated dental structure
What’s next—The integrated dental structureA look at what the future relationship between insurance and dental practices might look like.
Is your practice ready for the IT revolution?
Is your practice ready for the IT revolution?An IT revolution is coming, and will bring not only great advances in care, but also many complications.
The future is value and outcomes, not pay-per-procedure
The future is value and outcomes, not pay-per-procedureValue and outcomes are important for both clinicians and patients, and you need to be fulfilling the needs of both if you want to be successful.