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How to stop an epidemic: The rise of sleep apnea
How to stop an epidemic: The rise of sleep apneaSleep disorders are on the rise—some experts even call it an “epidemic” in the united states. And while Cpap machines are still the most commonly prescribed solutions, oral appliances are gaining steam as treatment options. So how is dentistry adapting to this revenue stream—and how is dentistry saving lives?
Are you asking the right questions about your patient’s health history?
Are you asking the right questions about your patient’s health history?Understanding a patient’s health history can help you provide the best care possible.
How to create a single-visit zirconia fixed bridge with CEREC and CEREC SpeedFire Sintering Furnace
How to create a single-visit zirconia fixed bridge with CEREC and CEREC SpeedFire Sintering FurnaceHow technology helped one clinician provide the best care possible.
4 ways to tweak your case presentation to increase case acceptance
4 ways to tweak your case presentation to increase case acceptanceLearning how to effectively discuss treatment options with patients is key.
How to manage exposed dentin: a great patient service
How to manage exposed dentin: a great patient serviceA conservative treatment with Futurabond U and GrandioSO Heavy Flow delivers esthetics, reduced sensitivity.
Why making strong bonds efficiently makes a big difference
Why making strong bonds efficiently makes a big differenceHow using a 5th-generation technique in bonded restorations can cut down on unnecessary chair time and provide numerous benefits to patients and doctors alike.
How to maximize patient happiness with custom treatment options
How to maximize patient happiness with custom treatment optionsOffering treatments plans that fit patient comfort levels can be the key to successful treatment.
5 interesting questions hygienists asked Kara RDH in FebruaryAs the founder of dentalhygieneanswers.com, Kara Vavrosky has heard a lot of questions this month. Here are some more of the ones that stuck out the most to her.
Common oral bacteria could treat troublesome illness
Common oral bacteria could treat troublesome illnessResearchers have isolated an enzyme from bacteria present in human saliva that has potential as a therapy for a disease that affects three million people in the United States.
3 key factors in case acceptance
3 key factors in case acceptanceFiguring out how to really get your patients to choose the care that's best for them.