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  • Don't Let Chronic Pain Cut Your Career Short: Steps to Proper Ergonomic Positioning

    No one wants their body to force them to retire before they're ready, but the repetitive and physical nature of dentistry means practitioners are at risk of suffering debilitating, sometimes irreversible injuries. To reduce the likelihood for chronic pain, we’ve outlined a checklist of steps dental professionals can take to ensure their offices are as conducive as possible to a healthy work environment.
  • Strategies for Practicing Ergonomic Dentistry: The Key to Extending the Length of Your Career

    The average dentist will spend up to 60,000 hours during their career working in tense and distorted positions, according to a 2014 International Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry article. Prolonged work in less-than-ideal positions can cause chronic injuries — many of which could throw a wrench into a thriving practice. Here are several ergonomic strategies to consider.
  • Why 3D Imaging is Changing the Game for Implant Treatment Planning

    Dental practices are increasingly relying on CBCT for implant imaging and treatment planning. Learn why 3D imaging allows for optimal implant selection — plus, how it can help prevent surgical surprises.
  • Pediatric Dentists Embrace Coastal Theme in Pensacola, Florida

    Idyllic white sand beaches. Turquoise water. Palm trees gently swaying in the breeze. These quintessential sights and surroundings of Pensacola, Florida, are a calming presence for both locals and visitors alike. It’s the type of tranquility that Drs. Allison and Neil Simmons hope patients will instantly feel when they walk through the doors of Pensacola Kids Dentistry.
  • Making the Most of Digital Implant Planning in Your Practice

    It’s not easy to place implants — but the right technology can help bring speed and precision to the process. Read on to learn how cone beam computed technology and advanced software can make many aspects of the process easier, from diagnostics and treatment planning to the actual placement of the implant itself.
  • NYC Dentist Dreams Big with Design, Technology and Location

    If you ask Dr. David Tarica what he loves most about New York, his answer comes easy: “It’s being able to take care of New Yorkers’ smiles.” It’s a vision he has shared with his partners since opening the first of their six dental offices in 1985. Learn how they partnered with Henry Schein to bring their continued passion to life with their sixth office, Hudson Street Dental.
  • 7 Considerations in Financing a Dental Startup or Expansion

    Whether you’re a newly minted dentist opening your first office or an established practitioner eyeing an expansion or renovation, you’ll want to consider whether now is the right time to finance a new venture — and how much you can afford. Here are seven key factors to consider.
  • Art Meets Dentistry in Columbus, Ohio

    A love of art and an unwavering focus on aesthetics is what inspired Dr. Robert Wood II to name his dentistry practice 4th Street Dental Studio. Combining the best of science, art, and interpersonal communication, he thrives on making a difference in others’ lives by designing his office with an artistic flair for patient comfort and providing the highest quality, complete dental care.
  • 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.

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