The top 10 most-read articles of 2014

December 8, 2014

Every year, Dental Products Report compiles lists of the most viewed and most downloaded articles, products, e-books, webinars and how-to guides on dentalproductsreport.com. Here are the 10 most-viewed articles of 2014.

Every year, Dental Products Report compiles lists of the most viewed and most downloaded articles, products, e-books, webinars and how-to guides on dentalproductsreport.com. Here are the 10 most-viewed articles of 2014.

Dr. John Flucke’s 10 practice predictions for 2014

by Dr. John Flucke, Technology Editor

Dr. Flucke gave his breakdown of the top 10 products and technologies he predicted would be trending in the dental industry in 2014, and why they should matter to your practice.

 

Sikka Software compares common procedures and associated fees

The  first in a series of reports on common procedures and associated fees in the dental practice. Using Sikka Software’s vast network of data resources, you will find in this article comparisons of not only procedures for the last six months versus a year ago, but also fee comparisons for the same time frames.

The 10 most popular new dental products of 2013

compiled by the DPR Editorial Team

Clicks were the criteria for gauging reader/user interest. These are the products recognized for having the most views in DPR’s product database.

 

The DPR Innovator Profiles 2014: Pushing our industry forward

compiled by the DPR Editorial Team; Introduction by Dr. John Flucke

Innovation drives our profession. Fortunately, dentistry has some amazing “renaissance” type of thinkers who are constantly problem solving from outside the box, inside the box and under the box. Here are some of 2014’s most innovative solutions from some of the leading product manufacturers in the dental industry.

 

 

Unpacking important implant system and fee data

In a joint project between Sikka Software Corporation, Dental Products Report and Dental Practice Management, this feature article is the second in a series of reports on common procedures and associated fees in the dental practice 

Related reading: Top 5 e-books of 2014

Continue reading on the next page to see the rest of 2014's top-viewed articles

 

The dawning of Google Glass loupes for the dental professional

by Kevin Henry, Group Editorial Director

When the concept of Google Glass was first announced, it didn’t take long for dental professionals (and our own technology editor, Dr. John Flucke) to wonder how the invention would impact dentistry. A group of dental students from the University of Michigan appears to have taken a big leap toward answering that question.

 

What dental professionals need to know about e-cigarettes

compiled by the DPR Editorial Team

Kevin Henry, Dental Product Report’s Group Editorial Director, talks to Anastasia Turchetta, RDH, about the rise in e-cigarette usage, what it means in terms of oral health and what dental professionals need to know about this current trend.

Related reading: Top 5 webinars of 2014 

Top 10 most-viewed dental materials of 2013

This year, clicks are the determining factor for understanding reader and user interest. These material launches are recognized for having the most views online.

 

 

Pride Institute’s Best of Class 2014: Today’s top technologies

compiled by Laura Dorr 


Amidst the day-to-day hustle and bustle, it’s easy to take for granted even the most cutting-edge products and technologies that streamline the job-but Pride Institute is ensuring that these technologies don’t go overlooked. Pride’s sixth annual Best of Class Technology Awards recognize the exemplary products and technologies that are rapidly redesigning approaches to patient care and practice management.

 

What are dentists charging for endo treatments?

This article looks at which endodontic treatments are being used in practices, and what dentists are charging. Using Sikka Software’s vast network of data resources, you will find a comparison of procedures for the past three years and a fee comparison for the time frames.

 

Related reading: Top 5 patient game-changers of 2014