Dental Equipment

  • How CEREC® Unlocked a Patient-Centered Workflow: One Doctor’s Journey

    CEREC® CAD/CAM technology has become Dr. Robin Henderson’s “secret weapon” for success, unlocking a patient-centered workflow that has completely enhanced her practice. Explore some of the many ways Dr. Henderson has seen CAD/CAM transform her practice — and learn two of the biggest hesitancies often heard from dentists about incorporating this technology into their daily workflow.
  • The Advantages and Possibilities of 3D Printing for Any Dental Practice

    While 3D printing has been available for dental practices for several years, dental professionals are still faced with roadblocks when it comes to incorporating the technology into their treatment mix. One of the biggest barriers? A lack of understanding of 3D printing’s many benefits, as well as how it fits into the overall digital technology flow of the practice. In this article, we take a look at the current state of 3D printing and what its introduction into a practice could look like.
  • The Definitive Guide to 3D Printing Dentures

    3D printing is becoming increasingly popular among dental practices looking for a better approach to producing dentures. The ability to create dentures in-house means patients receive their dentures faster, and they often get a better fit. It’s also much easier to replace the dentures and reprint them if the patient needs a replacement. Here’s what you need to know.
  • CBCT and its Benefit to Your Practice and Patients

    Through the years, there have been countless advances in the field of dentistry. When it comes to technology and what is available to today’s dentist and dental team, those advances have taken mighty leaps. Learn how cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has given both general dentists, as well as specialists, a new option to better serve their patients — plus, the ability to explain in greater detail any issues that might be occurring in the patient’s head and neck region.
  • 3 Beginner Applications for Dental 3D Printing

    When it comes to 3D printing, many dentists have questions about where to start. Incorporating new technology can be somewhat daunting, but choosing the right applications and applying the right workflows can make each step in the process go smoother. Read on for some expert tips and guidance on three of the most common applications — digital dental models, surgical guides and splints — and what you need to know about each.
  • Go-to Strategies for Integrating 3D Printing into Your Dental Practice

    3D printing offers a wealth of benefits to general dentists — from saving time and reducing stress, to improving profitability and patient experiences. But before integrating this technology into your dental practice, it’s essential to determine the right hardware and software, as well as the steps needed to set your team up for success. Here are the top go-to strategies you should know.
  • Perfect Implants Take Planning

    When managing a thriving dental implant practice, it’s important to keep in mind that it is more a science than an art. The process has to be even more precise than the end result is esthetically pleasing, in order to maintain the integrity of the work and the health of the patient’s mouth for years to come. Learn why guided implant surgery with strict digital workflows is the key to optimal outcomes — and how technology is helping pave the way when it comes to delivering the best dental care to every patient.
  • Best Strategies for Launching a Successful In-Office Dental Laboratory

    While many practices have found a laboratory that meets their needs and quality requirements, there are also many practices that are considering what it would take for them to produce their own cases in-house rather than sending them outside the practice. Read on for some expert tips on the questions and strategies you should keep top of mind if you are planning to launch your own in-office dental lab.
  • Diagnostics in Action: Addressing Temporomandibular Disorders and Sleep-Disordered Breathing

    The evolution of imaging technology has enabled dentists to expand the diagnostic services they can offer to patients. In fact, many practices are taking advantage of these capabilities to help patients suffering from airway and joint conditions such as sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). Learn more about these two conditions — and how technology can be instrumental in the diagnostic process.
  • How Cone Beam Computed Tomography Can Supercharge Your Endodontics Practice

    Endodontic cases can be extremely complex and require dentists to use all of the tools at their disposal — from their clinical knowledge and expertise to the right imaging technology — to make a correct diagnosis. In this article, we explore endodontists’ most common questions about cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), and why it can be an important asset in any practice’s toolkit.

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