Evaluating Dental Materials

How dental preventative products have changed over time

June 18, 2020

From brushing to flossing, rinses to mouthwash, preventative products have enjoyed drastic improvements over the years.

A Guide to Selecting Preventative Products for Your Practice

June 18, 2020

A Guide to Selecting Preventative Products for Your Practice: Treating patients' problems once they are here is a lot of what you do. But how do you prevent them before they start? This helpful guide can help you choose preventative products for your practice.

A guide to selecting digital dental materials

May 18, 2020

There are a lot of choices for digital dental materials. Strength, esthetics, inventory management, and workflow must all be considered before picking the right material.

How CAD/CAM Materials Differ From Traditional Indirect Materials

May 18, 2020

How CAD/CAM Materials Differ From Traditional Indirect Materials. The materials that dentists use in CAD/CAM machines have changed over the years. Here’s what you need to know about how these products differ from traditional indirect materials.

How impression materials have changed over time

April 17, 2020

As early as the 1700s, dental professionals have been taking impressions of patients' teeth. Over 200 years, many things have changed for the better. Here’s a brief history of how and why impression materials have changed over the last few centuries.

Getting the most out of your impression materials

April 17, 2020

From technique improvements to tray selection options and inventory management and procurement tips and tricks, we take a look at how to optimize the use of your impression materials to get the most out of your investment.

What makes dental impression materials work?

March 26, 2020

All impression materials are not created equal. They aren’t even the same chemistry. Understanding how impression materials work will help make the best possible conventional impression.

A Guide to Selecting Impression Material

March 24, 2020

Making a good impression is essential to the success of your indirect restorations. When it comes to conventional impressions, good ones start, at least in part, with excellent materials