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For many dentists or dental specialists, meeting new patients and forging relationships with them is one of the job’s greatest perks. Among the many remarkable aspects of dentistry is the fact that it applies to all people; everyone can benefit from healthy teeth and mouths....

Traditional dental anxiety – typically brought on by a fear of drills, needles, or general clinical settings – can be an issue for both patients and clinicians. Patients miss out on valuable dental treatment and maintenance while their existing issues become exacerbated, and doctors are...

While the dental industry suffered a major impact across the board in 2020, implant treatment was amidst a skyrocketing surge in popularity – one that is set to resume quickly despite last year’s events. More than 3 million implants were placed in 2019, and the...

After graduating from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and serving a lengthy stint in the US Army Dental Corps, Dr. Aaron Kessler longed to return to his hometown of Canton, Ohio to continue the work he loved in the community that had made...

There is something to be said for the levels of planning, knowledge, skill and precision required for effective prosthodontic care. Due to the advanced training and education, a practicing prosthodontist has undoubtedly mastered each of these areas. However, it is an incredibly demanding role made...

The rise in popularity of dental implants has been nothing short of meteoric, and this trajectory is estimated to continue. The National Health & Nutrition Examination Survey examined implant distribution among adults with missing teeth receiving implants between the years of 1999-2000 and 2015-2016. The...

By now you’ve likely heard about cone beam computed tomography, more commonly referred to as CBCT. As the technology becomes increasingly more affordable and CBCT scanners continue to replace conventional imaging systems in offices nationwide, you may have considered purchasing one yourself. However, as with...

As a dentist or dental specialist, the crux of your job is to provide your patients with the highest possible quality of treatment. As you well know, this is a goal often hindered by no fault of your own or the quality of work, but...

The world is adjusting to new regulations, safety protocols and economic landscapes, and while these changes demand their fair share of attention, periodontia specialists must also keep an eye on happenings within the industry. Doing so eases the adjustments required by evolving external circumstances while...

As a specialist in the dental field, you’ve likely heard about the emergence of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) technology and its increasing popularity, especially in general and cosmetic practices. But did you know that the technology has far-reaching applications for oral maxillofacial surgeons as...