Live WebinarPeriodontitis: A crash course in the context of the new World Workshop Classification, from diagnosis to treatment and maintenance
08 Mar 2021, 12:00 PM EST (New York)
Jonathan Du Toit MSc (Dent), MChD (OMP), FCD(SA) OMP, PhD
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.
May 28, 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has certainly tested us all — our patience, our sanity and our preparation. We’ve been awarded (yes, we think it’s a good thing) more time to ourselves and our families. Additionally, it has forced us to reevaluate how we think, the way we do things and how we run our practices.
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.
April 23, 2020
In these extraordinary times many dental offices are closed or dramatically reducing hours to help protect patients and staff and conform to local/state requirements. Much of modern dental equipment was built around the concept of daily/weekly use and not meant to sit for longer periods of time of non-use.