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Top 100: Top 5 Lab Products to KnowDentists and laboratories are working more closely together than ever before and technology and material developments are making that easier and more efficient. These recently launched products and the categories they represent are items clinicians should know about
Top 100: Top 10 New MaterialsThis year, clicks are the criteria for gauging reader/user interest. These products are recognized for having  the most views in our product database at
Top 100: Upgraded and Updated ProductsUpdating a product isn't easy. There's customer feedback to consider, as well as how best to use those comments while maintaining the properties that made that product successful in the first place. This list recognizes some of the products that were able to do just that in 2011. LED Dental Inc. VELscope Vx (
Top 100: Top Test DrivesDPR Technology Editor Dr. John Flucke is lucky enough to try numerous products out in his operatories. Here are five he put to work in 2011 that left a lasting impression on him and have the potential to help just about any practice.
Top 100: 5 Great efforts to help those in needThese manufacturers, dentists and organizations all go the extra mile to help those in need, whether it be underserved populations or victims of natural disasters. GC America Inc. RESTORE Japan With the company’s 90th anniversary celebration, 2011 was primed to be a special year for GC America.
Top 100: Top Editor's ChoiceThroughout 2011, we called out the most innovative products with cover placement or the Editor’s Choice icon. These are products we believe have the most perceived impact on improving patient care and practice efficiency.
Top 100: Top 5 Marketing ServicesThese practice building marketing tools are designed to help you develop a marketing plan that goes beyond traditional phone calls and mailings.
Top 100: People who make it happenMeet the men and women behind some of this year’s biggest product launches.
Top 100: Top 5 Dental AppsThe latest software applications for smart phones and tablets have increased functionality to allow clinicians to manage practices and patients from anywhere, anytime.