Technology is not just a trend; it has revolutionized the way we communicate. From smart phones and Skype to texting and Twitter, technology makes communication more effective, efficient and, in some cases, instantaneous.
We’ve all heard the saying, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it.” Well, what you told us, among other things, in this year’s dental office design survey is that even if you think it is broke, you’re still not going to fix it any time in the near future.
Dental Products Report asked Garrett Ludwig of Diversified Design Technologies to list the main errors he has seen dentists make through the years when planning a new dental office or redesigning their existing space.
The dental practitioner requires handpieces that are effective and comfortable for use all day, every day. They must be ergonomic in the dentist’s hand and practical in tooth preparation, particularly in patients with limited opening (both children and adults) and for endodontic access.
As the number of children diagnosed with autism continues to grow, it’s important for you and your team members to know what products to avoid and what products work best when treating patients on the autism spectrum in your practice.
I recently had the chance to sit down with Dr. Stephen Wheeler, the president of the Academy of Osseointegration (AO) about what he sees as the current and future trends in implant dentistry. In addition to his duties with the AO, Dr. Wheeler is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who practices in Encinitas, Calif.
The team at River Bluff Dental is committed to providing a comfortable, efficient practice for their patients, as well as the best cosmetic dentistry possible. Here’s how Patterson Dental and products like Eaglesoft, CAESY, RevenueWell and CEREC have helped them make that goal a reality for the last 17 years.
Featuring U-40 Ultracapacitor technology, the Demi Ultra re-energizes to full power in less than 40 seconds and delivers 25 ten-second cures on a full charge. This means dentists don’t have to wait for a battery to charge, enabling use of the curing light whenever they need it, even if they forgot to charge it the night before.