Dental Technology

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...

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...

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...

In the age of the digitized workflow, clinicians are more empowered by technology than ever before, and new innovations are improving patient and doctor experience exponentially. There has been much discussion of the shift towards technologies like 3D CBCT and its advantages over more traditional...

As a practicing dental professional, you’re great at making diagnoses. Countless hours of dental school education combined with extensive real-world experience have made you more than competent at identifying what ails your patients. However, you’re also no stranger to the hindrances and complications that can arise...