Dr. Michael McClure: Where I've seen the unexpected ROI of CAMBRA Caries Management by Risk Assessment (CAMBRA) has been something of interest to me for a few years. Last February, I decided to take the leap and give it a try in my office.
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Top 3 ways to maximize your intraoral camera April 12, 2014By Tom EricksonTom Erickson, territory manager for Schick Intraoral Imaging with Sirona Dental, gives you his top three tips to get the most out of your intraoral camera. How to deliver simpler root canal therapy with Komet USA ’s F360™ file system [VIDEO]Practicing general dentistry at a consistently high level of quality is perhaps the hardest “specialty” in our profession. Top 5 reasons your practice should communicate with video It's a sad fact, but nobody reads anymore. Using video can be a terrific way for your practice to communicate with patients. Here are the top five reasons why switching to video can benefit your practice. How to simplify composite selection, procedures Since the first resin-based light-cured composites were introduced many decades ago, there have been significant advancements realized in resin and filler technology. How to complete partial coverage restorations with the 3M™ ESPE™ Trifecta System [VIDEO] June 09, 2014By Blair Moser DDSWhen placing partial coverage restorations, marginal integrity and esthetics are logical concerns. 3 tips to get patients back in the office Every practice has those patients who need a little extra prodding to schedule visits on a regular basis. How to prepare a strong, reliable temporary The old saying that “no chain is stronger than its weakest link” is certainly true in dentistry. When working with crown and bridge, one of the primary complaints from dentists to dental technicians is that “the occlusion was high and it took a long time to adjust it clinically.”1 The restorative process for an indirect restoration includes many steps that, when not carefully executed, can contribute to this problem.