Author: Pr3Xi0n

Note: This article does not constitute professional legal advice. For legal counsel, it is advised to consult a practicing attorney. However, this article does contain valuable suggestions that can be explored further with the assistance of a legal professional. The word malpractice often sends shudders down...

As a dentist, you are quite fond of your staff. You were discerning in selecting them, paying careful attention to both their qualifications and their compatibility with the culture of your practice. They were receptive to your training process and they help your office run...

It is incredibly important to take passion in your work, especially if that work entails maintaining or improving the health of others. If you own or operate your own dental practice, it goes without saying that you are passionate about dentistry. Building and running a...

In today’s competitive dental landscape, it is imperative that you stand out amongst the local competition. At times, this can feel like an insurmountable task – especially if you have a newer practice or you are competing with DSOs and their seemingly bottomless budgets. Fortunately,...

The future of the modern dental practice is here today. Modern office technology has allowed dentists and dental specialists to achieve a workflow that helps maximize productivity, while improving the patient experience. The best part is that the necessary technological resources are now much more...

An evergrowing number of independent dentists are purchasing cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) technology for their offices. There are multiple reasons for this, including superior imaging quality, reduced scan times, improved patient experience and increased case acceptance, among others. Another key incentive is the speed...

In this day and age, the importance of dental office technology is all but a forgone conclusion. Corporate practices and franchises have the deep pockets necessary to line their offices with the latest equipment. As such, independent practices must do the same – and not...

“You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink.” This age-old expression has countless applications but it sometimes feels the most relevant in medicine – especially the field of dentistry. It can be a frustrating experience for a clinician; they accurately diagnose...

The last few years have been quite tumultuous for dentistry and related specialties like endodontics. The global health crisis is just one of the many challenges faced by clinicians, which also include competition with general practices, low reimbursement and prohibitive student debt, to name a...

To say that oral surgery is an exact science would be an understatement. It is a specialty that requires a supreme level of precision and skill. It also requires surgeons to stay attuned to dental industry trends. This allows them to remain aware of new...