Dental Equipment

  • Why More General Dental Practices are Turning to Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    The more information you can have as a practitioner, the easier it is to make the best treatment decisions for your patients. That’s why cone beam computed tomography is being more readily adopted in many general dental practices today. In this article, we explore the benefits of 3D imaging, along with the key factors to keep in mind before buying a CBCT unit.
  • Debating a Cone Beam Investment? What You Need to Know

    3D imaging is a valuable tool when it comes to both diagnostics and treatment. But some general practitioners are hesitant to make the investment. Learn how 3D imaging differs from 2D and what to consider when determining if it’s right for your practice.
  • New Rules of Endodontic Retreatment

    If a tooth fails to heal or experiences a secondary problem, endodontic retreatment may be used. This approach has been widely misunderstood, but there are actually many instances when it can successfully save the tooth. Understanding the diagnosis and prognosis and how to manage endodontic retreatment is essential before considering this option.
  • How Solea Laser has Transformed My Practice | Eliminate Numbness, Needles, and the Drill

    With the addition of the Solea All-Tissue Laser added to her practice, Dr. Renee Kurtz has been able to expand her practice capabilities and increase her monthly revenue. This game-changing dental laser has
  • 5 Steps to Improve Your Treatment Room Ergonomics and Avoid Chronic Back Discomfort

    As any practitioner in the field can attest, dentistry is a very physically demanding career. Studies show that dentists are nearly three times more prone to low back pain than the general population. Fortunately, there are prevention strategies you can use to avoid these problems.
  • How Sterilization and Infection Control Workflows Are Enhancing Dentistry

    Dentistry was at the forefront of infection control and patient protection before the onset of COVID-19, as well as during the pandemic, and will continue to be after. Dental practices are modifying infection control protocols by utilizing (old and new) aerosol-reducing dental products in addition to maintaining, or creating, enhanced sterilization workflows to keep staff and patients safe.
  • CBCT: How, What, Where, When?

    CBCT has transformed dentistry in many ways. Having this digital technology enables practitioners to be more productive by streamlining workflows — and to be more profitable by offering increased services. Dr. Bill Busch describes how, and when, to use CBCT 3D Imaging.
  • Infectious Disease Control Through Design

    When it comes to building a dental office, good design is at the heart of the entire practice. Henry Schein Integrated Design Studio focuses on design so the practitioner can focus on patient care. Read how to control infectious disease through design.
  • Air Management and Infection Control in the Dental Office Post COVID-19

    Table of Contents Air Purification Aerosols in Dentistry Filters for Air Purification and Cleaning Air Purification Technologies Important Selection Criteria of APS Aerosol Extraction - Aerosol Suction Disclaimer: “The information contained herein is intended to be informative in nature and is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice...
  • Transforming Your Practice with Solea, the All-Tissue Dental Laser

    Many people put off going to the dentist due to fear of the drill, needles, and numbness. Dr. Renee Kurtz purchased Solea, the only 9.3 μm CO2 all-tissue laser that can cut virtually every cavity prep anesthesia-free and enable reliably blood-free and suture-free soft tissue procedures, delivering a dental experience that patients want. Read More...

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