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Uncover hidden obstacles with 3-D cone beam imaging

April 20, 2021

Imagine walking down a dark pathway at night. You turn on a flashlight and suddenly you are alerted to things you couldn’t see before that could trip you up — tree roots, uneven ground, winding turns. That’s what a 3-D cone beam imaging system does inside a patient’s mouth.

CJM Engineering introduces a truly rare diamond

April 15, 2021

In keeping with its tradition of listening to clinicians, CJM Engineering introduces the TruGrit Trough Refiner, a rare diamond, as slow-speed latch-type diamonds are uncommon and, until now, non-existent with these distinct features.

Silent partners invest in great dental practices nationwide

April 14, 2021

The national consolidation of dental practices has accelerated in the COVID era. Larger practices of all specialties are achieving record values by selling a part of their practice to silent partners for cash now and greater wealth later.

Interview: ‘We believe that there is still innovation to come for dental implants’

March 17, 2021

Dental Tribune America sat down with Dr. Ole T. Jensen, founder of Ditron Dental USA, which just began commercial operations last October, to learn a little more about the company and its plans for the future.

Early removal of unerupted wisdom teeth results in positive gum outcomes

March 10, 2021

Certain gum disease-related variables improve five years after the early removal of nearby unerupted wisdom teeth in young patients, according to new research published by the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS).

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.

Firegang redefines implant marketing

February 18, 2021

Wish your marketing company delivered qualified implant patients instead of leads? For years, dentists have been marketing for dental implants in the exact same way: Advertising a special offer or a free consultation, sending patients to a website and hoping they contact you.


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