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  • Rural Practice Shows Value of Going High-Tech

    You wouldn’t necessarily expect an 11,000 square-foot cutting edge dental office to flourish in a small rural community like Garden City, Kansas. However, Main and Palmer Family Dentistry is the perfect example of how investing in technology and a beautiful new office build can attract new patients and better care for existing patients, improve case acceptance, and allow for a dental office to grow successfully far from a busy city center.
  • Bridge City Dentistry’s Crowing Achievement

    The doctors at Bridge City Dentistry wanted to expand premier patient care and integrate community support. Henry Schein was willing and able to help!
  • 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.
  • Success Story: Four Key Elements That Propelled New Practice

    Driven to re-image the dental visit, from one fraught with anxiety to anticipation, Dr. Haranchal Bains decided the best practice is one that she designs and creates herself.
  • Is Your 2D "Just Okay"?

    An increasing number of orthodontists are embracing 3D Imaging — changing the way that they practice and the way they develop treatment plans. This technology significantly enhances diagnostic capabilities, improving the patients’ end result. In this article, we compare 2D vs. 3D imaging in relation to Orthodontics.
  • Tales from the Pandemic: A New-Build Dental Practice Takes Hold in Manhattan

    Building out a new dental office at the onset of a global pandemic sounds like a potential for pandemonium. It could have been, but it wasn’t. Learn how Dr. Leonard Kundel partnered with Henry Schein Dental to open his second practice, Holistic Dentistry.
  • The First Step in Practice Safety: Good Practice Design

    Any successful dental practice remodel or new-build plan needs to follow sound design principles. These principles are even more important today due to the Coronavirus pandemic. A well-designed office can help you safeguard your team and patients, as well as manage infection control. Part of creating the optimal dental practice floor plan involves organizing spaces into “zones” that have a common function. Proper zoning drives efficiencies and helps to prevent cross-contamination hazards that can lead to transmission of contaminants.
  • 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.
  • Indiana Dental Practice Builds Second Modern Office to Maximize Growth Potential

    Dr. Moody Wasif of Moody Dental has always delivered incredible care to patients in his same-day dentistry practice in Indiana. Now, after moving his second office to a new, built-out space that has quadrupled his capacity, he has experienced incredible growth and the ability to use his advanced technology to its utmost potential while keeping patients safe.
  • Going All-In On Dental Technology in Boca Raton, Florida

    With a focus on cutting-edge technology, Dr. Maria Magalhaes built a dental practice that provides a VIP ambiance and treatments, while also providing the doctor and her staff with a spectacular place to work and care for patients. She’s added additional technology and workflows into her practice in response to COVID-19 as well.

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