Today’s dental lasers keep getting better and better, and easier to use. Add to that a big drop in price in recent years, and now may the best time ever to take advantage of the technology if you have yet to already do so.
We asked assistants and hygienists from around the nation, including editorial opinion leaders from Modern Dental Assistant and Modern Hygienist, to tell us what products made their days easier and made their patients happier. Here’s what they said.
Purchasing a milling unit is a big decision. There are many options, features and specifications to consider, and your selection depends on what type of materials you use, how much you have allocated to spend and how your lab operates on a day-to-day basis.
These temporaries are often needed for anywhere from two weeks to a year or more so strong and durable provisional materials are necessary to keep the restoration stable so the patient can function in the meantime.