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It’s Okay to Spoil Your Team!

Oral Health Group

In November, we focused on delegating tasks to team members and holding them accountable. As a dental CEO, you simply cannot do it all. You need to entrust some vital tasks to your team. And as we head into the … The post It’s Okay to Spoil Your Team! appeared first on Oral Health Group.

Henry Schein One Partners with VideaHealth for Artificial Intelligence Image Analysis Dentrix Integration Henry Schein One Partners with VideaHealth for Artificial Intelligence Image Analysis Dentrix Integration

Dental News and Technology

Henry Schein One has announced a partnership with VideaHealth to integrate its revolutionary artificial intelligence (AI) platform with the Dentrix® practice management system.

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Life after Graduation: Excel in Your Clinical Setting

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Savanah Craig. I graduated from dental school in March 2022 and I’m currently in a general practitioner residency program. I’m writing to offer some advice for young dentists out there who are about to graduate on how to manage in a clinical setting after graduation.

Four Tips for Successful Networking

Oral Health Group

RELATED ARTICLE: Tips for Successful Networking with Your Dental Colleagues. The post Four Tips for Successful Networking appeared first on Oral Health Group. Blogs Practice management networking

Identity Dental Marketing Recognized as Leader for Dental Start-Ups

Identity Dental

Identity Dental Marketing is the recognized leading provider of marketing for start-up dental practices.

First Dental Therapist in Oregon Begins Practicing

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Rosalie Goode, RDH, recently began practicing as a dental therapist at Willamette Dental Group in Southern Oregon. She provides restorative care, extracts teeth, and prescribes medications under the supervision of a dentist.

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Confronting Denial is No Small Task

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Sharon Dolak. Denial is a coping response that gives us time to adjust during shocking, distressful situations and avoid anxiety. We refuse to see the truth because we are trying to protect ourselves from a painful, overwhelming situation.

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Dicom Systems Sees Substantial Growth Exceeding Company Milestones with Over 46 billion Medical Images Processed Annually Transforming imaging workflows and the backend infrastructure supporting them, ensuring health data are fully integrated, secured, encrypted, and instantly accessible across health systems, medical groups, teleradiology groups, imaging centers, and providers

Dental News and Technology

CAMPBELL, Calif., 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Dicom Systems, a leader in enterprise imaging solutions that simplify workflows and interoperability, announced today that over 46 billion medical images pass through the Dicom Systems Unifier platform annually, marking this significant company milestone.

Brazilian Dentist Honored for her Research on Curing Lights

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Cristiane Maucoski, DDS, MS, who is a practicing dentist in her native Brazil and a current doctoral student at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, received the Mitacs Award for Outstanding Innovation—International for her research on the effectiveness of curing lights.

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The Difficulty With Treatment Planning

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Savanah Craig. Treatment planning is one of the most difficult parts of my job as a new dentist. Often, I am meeting a patient for the first time and trying to access the problems that need to be addressed and learn about their desires all in an hour-long appointment.

Making The Most Out of Your Dental Shadowing Sessions!

Oral Health Group

Once you get approval on your job shadow request from your desired dentist professional, there’s no time to sit back and relax. It’s time you prep yourself on how you will be making the most out of your dental shadowing … The post Making The Most Out of Your Dental Shadowing Sessions!

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10 Brilliant Marketing Ideas for Orthodontic Practices

My Social Practice

Marketing Ideas for Orthodontic Practices You Should Do Today! When you’re running a busy orthodontic practice, marketing often falls to the bottom of your overloaded to-do list. However, effective marketing ideas for Orthodontic practices is precisely what will keep your practice busy and thriving.

Survival Rate of 3-unit Fixed Partial Dentures Replacing First Molars: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Dental News and Technology

Bull Tokyo Dent Coll. 2022 Nov 15. doi: 10.2209/tdcpublication.2022-0009. Online ahead of print. Abstract Fixed partial dentures (FPDs) made of 12% Au-Pd alloy are covered under Japan's national health insurance system. The survival rate of such 3-unit fixed FPDs remains unknown, however.

Georgia State to Open Cutting-Edge Dental Hygiene Clinic

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Georgia State University in Dunwoody recently broke ground on a $6.3 million dental hygiene clinic, which will enable dental hygiene students to train using the latest equipment while also providing nearby residents with access to dental care.

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What is Toxic Positivity and How to Avoid It

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Sharon Dolak. Do you notice that as soon as you walk into the office you are ON? Like someone pushed a button in your head that said, “OK, you are to have no emotions, no needs and you are to be positive, energetic, smile, and bright ALL DAY LONG.”.

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Alveolar osteitis – local management interventions

The Dental Elf

This Cochrane review update looked at local interventions used for the prevention and treatment of alveolar osteitis (dry socket) following tooth extraction. 49 RCTs were included providing moderate certainty evidence for chlorhexidine rinses and gel for probably reduction in dry sockets.

Do you want more production?

Patient News

How traditional ads are beating digital Oh boy, time flies! It’s November, every day seems busier than the last, and now the holidays are fast approaching. Which means plans and projects could begin to stall or be waylaid – but they don’t have to!

Gum health and quality of life—subjective experiences from across the gum health-disease continuum in adults

Dental News and Technology

Published: 18 November 2022 BMC Oral Health volume 22, Article number: 512 (2022) Cite this article Abstract Background There has been a lack of qualitative work investigating the effects of the wide range of gum-related symptoms, and the perceived everyday impacts associated with these including on quality of life.

COVID-19 Stress and Lack of Exercise Wreak Havoc on Oral Health Quality of Life

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

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Ameloblastoma: Case Study

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD. Have you ever had a patient with ameloblastoma? Here is a case study of my experience with it. The post Ameloblastoma: Case Study appeared first on igniteDDS. Dentists

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Omega-3 fatty acids as an adjunct to non-surgical periodontal therapy

The Dental Elf

This review assessing the adjunctive effect of omega-3 (?-3) 3) fatty acids and non-surgical periodontal therapy (SRP)on probing pocket depth (PPD) and the clinical attachment level (CAL) included 10 RCTs. The findings suggest that adjunctive ?-3 3 fatty acids provides a 0.39

Dental Health Tips for a Happy Thanksgiving

Broomfield Dentists / MountainAire

The holidays are a time for family, friends, and of course – FOOD! While it is definitely important to enjoy all of the wonderful Thanksgiving dishes, it is also crucial to remember to take care of your teeth. The Importance of Dental Health During Thanksgiving.

Comparison between flapless-guided and conventional surgery for implant placement: a 12-month randomized clinical trial

Dental News and Technology

Research Published: 19 November 2022 Clinical Oral Investigations (2022)Cite this article Abstract Objectives The study was aimed at comparing implants installed with guided and conventional surgery.

Russian Code Discovered in CDC and US Army Apps

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

The news agency, Reuters, discovered that Pushwoosh, a technology company purported to be American with headquarters in Washington, DC , was actually a Russian group that created code for many United States apps, including those used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US Army.

Tax Return Preparation for Dental Professionals

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Bruce Bryen. As a dentist, when you are ready to file your first substantial tax return, it is best to find a dental CPA who can prepare the personal tax return but can also be the first advisor that you use for your future in the dental profession.

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Recurrent aphthous stomatitis – topical interventions

The Dental Elf

This review of the efficacy and safety of topical interventions used for recurrent aphthous stomatitis included 72 studies assessing 29 different interventions.

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OnTarget Highlight: Preventing and Treating Peri-Implantitis

Off the Cusp

Off the Cusp - Patterson Dental blog. Read Time: 2 Minute, 39 Second. Not unlike periodontitis, peri-implantitis starts when bacteria develop along the gumline around an implant that, if untreated, eventually damages soft and hard tissue. Peri-implantitis: Know the Facts to Ensure Good Outcomes.

The influence of aging on the fracture load of milled monolithic crowns

Dental News and Technology

Published: 19 November 2022 BMC Oral Health volume 22, Article number: 516 (2022) Cite this article Abstract Background This in-vitro study was conducted to assess the effect of aging on the fracture load of molar crowns fabricated with monolithic CAD/CAM materials.

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China’s Zero-COVID Policy Angers Citizens

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

While most of the world has returned to business as usual as the urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic has waned, China has stuck to its zero-COVID policy. Now its citizens have had enough.

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Tonsilloliths: Case Study

Dentistry Gone Digital

By: Dr. Jennifer Bell, DDS, FAGD, FICD. Have you ever had a patient with tonsilloliths? Here is a case study of my experience with it. The post Tonsilloliths: Case Study appeared first on igniteDDS. Dentists

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Air polishing in supportive periodontal treatment

The Dental Elf

This review comparing of air polishing devices with conventional periodontal therapy (hand instrumentation and/or ultrasonic debridement), in patients undergoing periodontal maintenance therapy included 14 RCTs.

How Long Does A Root Canal Take?

Creekview Dental

A root canal is a restorative dental procedure that can treat an infected or at-risk tooth. In many cases when a root canal is done at the right time, the tooth can be saved. Avoiding or putting off a root canal can lead to loss of the tooth or extraction. .

A multi-country study on the impact of sex and age on oral features of COVID-19 infection in adolescents and young adults

Dental News and Technology

Published: 19 November 2022 BMC Oral Health volume 22, Article number: 513 (2022) Cite this article Abstract Background Oral diseases are features of COVID-19 infection. There is, however, little known about oral diseases associated with COVID-19 in adolescents and young adults (AYA).

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Infections From Dental Waterlines Prompt Federal Health Advisory

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Recent outbreaks of nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) infections highlight the importance of maintaining and monitoring dental unit waterlines (DUWLs) in accordance with recommended infection prevention practices.

Dentist Career Paths: DSOs, Associateships, & Practice Ownerships

The Big Brush

You have a number of paths to consider for your dental career, including starting your own practice, joining an established practice, becoming a member of a dental service organization (DSO), entering academia, and more. Career Growth

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Manual toothbrushes – efficacy of new and used brushes

The Dental Elf

Today we take a look at a review comparing the anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis efficacy of new and worn manual brushes. The review included 8 RCTs and suggest that new and worn toothbrushes present similar anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis efficacy.

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Don’t Let Sensitive Teeth Ruin Your Holiday Season

Broomfield Dentists / MountainAire

The holiday season is a time of joy and happiness, but for people with sensitive teeth, it can be a time of pain and misery. If you are one of those people, don’t worry – we have some tips for you! In this blog post, we will discuss the best treatments for tooth sensitivity.