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  • 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.
  • 6 Critical Components Every Dentist Should Know Before Starting their New Office Build or Remodel

    Deciding how your dental office will look is not only the most exciting part of building a new office or remodel, but also one of the most challenging. A dental office should be comprised of two key factors when it comes to the office layout: Functionality to enhance productivity and the overall patient experience.
  • 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.
  • Comparative Review: Treatment Workflows and Practice Efficiency with the Solea All-tissue Laser

    Patients today prefer to receive all of their treatments in one dental practice. Investments in technology such as an all-tissue laser are able to offer this convenience to patients. Solea® all-tissue laser has unique technology that enables virtually every cavity prep to be performed anesthesia-free and without the noise of the drill, thus reducing patient anxiety. Dentists using Solea have experienced increased new patient flow, workflow efficiencies, and are able to perform additional procedures. Dr. Usa Bunnag reviews 6 case studies and the impact of using Solea in her practice.
  • 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
  • Blueprint: Fully digital implant workflow with the Dentsply Sirona's Axeos 3D Imaging System

    3D imaging scanning offers numerous benefits – from greater convenience for patients to increased therapy acceptance. However, one of the most important aspect of 3D imaging scans is the ability to predictably perform guided implant surgery. If you can understand where your final restoration is going to be before you ever touch the patient, that’s a major improvement.

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