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  • The True Cost of Dental Equipment

    To get your money’s worth, look beyond the price tag. If you’re feeling pressure to get the most out of your equipment budget, it can be tempting to hone in on price alone when making a purchase. But as many have learned the hard way, “low price” and “excellent value” aren’t necessarily the same thing.
  • The Hidden Cost of Your Time

    Same-day dentistry offers a quicker, more comfortable, more convenient option for patients, but even more significant might be the time it frees up for doctors. What is your time worth? Quite a bit — it’s the greatest asset in your practice. When doctors can reduce chair time or fit in more patients, it has a positive impact on the bottom line. Read how time savings needs to be part of the ROI calculation any doctor makes when considering a CAD/CAM purchase.
  • The Art of Humaneering: Designing a Better Stool for Women

    As part of the process when one acquires a manufacturing company, a new owner will review the existing product line to see if it fulfills the needs of the market.
  • 5 Top Considerations When Buying a Dental Chair

    You can choose a dental chair for its looks, function, price, or ergonomics. No matter what type or brand you choose, there are five key factors to evaluate when buying a dental chair to ensure it delivers comfort and performance.
  • Laser Technology 101

    In dentistry, we are constantly being bombarded with new products and new ways to make providing care to our patients easier. Dr. Michael Koceja explains the basic benefits of incorporating laser technology into the dental practice.
  • Billing Medical for Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)

    3D imaging is vital for some dental procedures and extremely valuable in others. Many patients will seek coverage of the imaging from their medical plans. Therefore, dentists must understand the intricacies of submitting CBCT imaging claims with the proper billing codes to increase the likelihood of coverage.
  • Guided Implant Placement Supported by CEREC®

    Patients appreciate the ease and comfort of implants, and doctors can bring this profitable service in-house using four steps: scan, plan, place, and restore. Read how CEREC technology is helping doctors integrate implant dentistry into their practices.
  • Panoramic Radiography

    Panoramic radiography has been an important component of dental diagnostic radiology for over 40 years.
  • Don’t Fail Your Next Exam

    Dr. Charles Blair takes the confusion out of insurance coding by using clinical scenarios and outlining common misconceptions.
  • Top 5 Sterilization Area Designs

    Sterilization may not be the first thing that comes to a patient’s mind when choosing a dentist. Normally, it’s more about efficient treatment plans or cost-effective care methods. But, why not give a patient another reason to choose your practice?

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