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How open architecture CAD/CAM can benefit your practice

March 3, 2021

ChairsideCAD, available from exocad, is the choice of software for leading manufacturers of dental CAD/CAM systems, according to the company, and it has been selected as a Cellerant Best of Class Technology Award recipient in 2019 and 2020.

It all ‘Adds Up’ — Why digital printing is booming

February 25, 2021

Most of digital dentistry has focused on subtractive manufacturing (aka, milling) for the fabrication of final restorations, guides and dentures — essentially removing material to create the end result and providing an improved experience in dentistry.

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Seeing is believing: iTero Element 5D Imaging System

November 11, 2020

Align Technology announced earlier this year that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the award-winning iTero Element 5D Imaging System for commercial availability in the United States.

Vista Apex invites you to ‘pink differently’ with its next generation curing light

September 18, 2020

The PinkWave, available from Vista Apex, is the next generation of curing lights, equipped with patented QuadWave Technology that decreases composite shrinkage by up to 37 percent, simultaneously increasing hardness by up to 23 percent.

Adapting dentistry to an eco-focused world

May 4, 2020

As an eco-conscious millennial in the media world and daughter of a periodontist (exposed to more conventions and surgical PowerPoints than I’d like to admit), I was delighted to find out that oral care has turned a little bit greener.

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Benefits of bonding meet the simplicity of traditional cementing

December 15, 2019

CHICAGO, Ill., USA: BISCO’s next-generation resin cement combines the benefits of bonding with the simplicity of a traditional cementing protocol.

‘Growing Enamel’ — Revisited

January 8, 2018

One of the dental field’s biggest esthetic priorities, after restoring and preserving health, is enhancing the smile. In 1995, Dentistry Today published an article I wrote about a technique I developed, which I called “Growing Enamel.” The phrase is erroneous, of course, because, after enamel is formed, it does not grow. But this technique creates an image of it doing so. In the years since the article was published, the concept has been copied in articles and books on cosmetic treatment techniques without reference or recognition. However, imitation or replication is a great form of flattery.

Functional and esthetic overdentures

January 5, 2018

The removable denture may seem an outdated rehabilitation. However, it is the foundation on which all prosthetic procedures are based; therefore, it is imperative to know it and to follow its constructive steps when restoring the patient’s oral cavity to obtain an esthetic result not only of the smile but of the whole face.

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