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Ryan Hungate DDS
October 14, 2020
Many readers will be familiar with Craig Barrington, DDS, whose photography has been featured on the cover of roots a number of times over the years. His images also appeared in Endo Tribune along with an interview (see “The immense variability of human tooth anatomy,” Endo Tribune, December 2016, Vol. 11, No. 4, Page 1).
October 13, 2020
The AW-100 is an air-driven handpiece specifically designed for root canal preparation and irrigation. Its major characteristics, as described by Micron Corp., the company behind the product, are as follows.
October 9, 2020
Osseous grafting needs to be performed in some clinical situations. This may vary from socket preservation following extraction, repair of bone loss at the furcation, filling voids between the socket walls and implant when immediate implants are planned, sinus augmentation to treatment of exposed implant threads. These are managed by use of osseous particles, which can be allografts, autografts, xenografts or even synthetic materials.
September 30, 2020
Since 2000, more than 6 million robotic-assisted surgeries have taken place across multiple medical specialties, including cardiovascular, neurology and orthopedics. But surgical robotics have only recently been available to dentists.
September 24, 2020
A set of innovative digital tools available from Simplifeye, run by trained humans, acts as an extension of your dental practice’s front desk. It’s that simple.
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.
September 17, 2020
Available from Fotona, the SkyPulse Er:YAG laser platform comes in two variations: SkyPulse Endo Plus and SkyPulse Endo Pro.
August 4, 2020
With dental offices across the U.S. having closed temporarily or reduced services due to the coronavirus pandemic, business leaders are trying to find ways to stay afloat until the crisis passes — and figure out how to move forward into an uncertain future.