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  • See More. Treat More. 3D Imaging: Oral Surgeons

    Before a single incision is made, many oral surgeons rely on a cone beam 3D imaging system to provide them with detail about the case. With a single rotation, 150-200 images are taken and then put together into a three-dimensional rendering with sophisticated, predictive software. How does 3D imaging enhance Oral Surgery? Read More...
  • See More. Treat More. 3D Imaging: Endodontics

    3D cone beam imaging systems take comprehensive, highly precise images that highlight the oral cavity and surrounding anatomy in ways that traditional 2D X-rays, the standard of care, simply cannot. How does 3D imaging enhance Endodontics? Learn More...
  • 3D Imaging Systems Elevate Patient Care in General Dentistry Practices

    The powerful capabilities of a 3D cone beam imaging system are so impressive that general dentists are often convinced that it’s more than they need for their practice. However, general dentistry practices will deliver better diagnoses and treatment simply because they have more information to work with. By seeing more, they treat more, which is not just good patient care but good business, too. Read More...
  • Review of cone beam computed tomography guidelines in North America

    The aim of this article is to investigate, study, and summarize cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)-related guidelines offered by relevant organizations and associations within North America to provide the dental practitioner a clearer direction on the practice of CBCT-related procedures in North America. Read More...
  • Learn How 3D CBCT Systems Add More Dentistry to your Practice

    3D CBCT systems can provide you, the dentist, with the clearer images you need to diagnose better, demonstrate to patients the need for treatment, and gain greater patient acceptance. Are you ready to take your practice to the next dimension? Read More...
  • Does Your Dental Stool Have Your Back?

    If you’ve ever suffered from back pain, you know that it can affect your mood, sleep, work, and overall quality of life. What you may not know is that the design of your dental stool can have a direct impact on how your back feels at the end of each working day. Read More...
  • Building or Remodeling a Dental Practice?

    Building an office may be the largest investment you can make in your career. To maximize that investment, it’s wise to first answer vital questions regarding your budget, location, practice size, patient load, and future goals. What are those questions? We talked with Ben Oliver, an Equipment Sales Specialist who has been involved with nearly 50 new practice builds, to dig into the questions every dentist should ask before building a new building. Read More...
  • The Right Dental Chair Can Move Your Practice Forward

    A dental practice literally revolves around the dental chair—every patient sits in one, whether it’s for a routine check-up or an extensive implant procedure. As a vital piece of equipment, your dental chair should enable you to perform your work safely, efficiently and comfortably.
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  • Five Reasons to Incorporate 3D Imaging in your Dental Practice

    If you are in general dentistry, you may think 3D imaging isn’t necessary for the care you provide. However, this robust technology provides powerful benefits you might not have considered. As high-tech solutions are increasingly expected by your patients, this is a good time to take a fresh look at how a 3D cone beam could benefit your practice. Read More...
  • A patient-calibrated individual wax-up as an essential tool for planning and creating a patient-oriented treatment concept for pathological tooth wear

    Tooth wear is generally a physiological process; however, it can also be a pathological condition associated with attrition, abrasion, and erosion processes in which the quantity of tooth loss is atypical for the patient’s age. Read More...

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