Posted 8/27/2017 by Derek Gatta in Implant Prosthodontics   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 12
All on 6
Due to periodontal disease, all remaining dentition was extracted and six maxillary and four mandibular implants were placed and loaded simultaneously. A clear denture duplicate was used as a surgical guide and an alveolar reduction guide. This is the wax try in version to confirm...Read More
Posted 8/17/2017 by scottmc56 in Doctor Demographics   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 11
Dentistry and Charlottesville - Chaos Prevention
This podcast was inspired by real events that happened to my friend and client in Charlottesville, VA this last weekend.  It is a reminder of what to do when chaotic events not in your control overtake you.                                        Dentistry and Charlottesville          ...Read More
Posted 8/17/2017 by JVanHorn in DentistMetrics   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 20
Quality Patient Financing For Your Dental Practice
                                       Quality Patient Financing For Your Dental Practice                            Listen to the full episode at Read More
Posted 8/10/2017 by dentalattorney in The Overlooked Basics   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 32
Practical Guide to Creating an Employee Manual
In the last few weeks, we have received more and more questions as to what additional provisions should be included in an Employee Manual, over and above the "standard" provisions. As a result, outlined below are certain provisions which should be included in every Employee Manual. Employee...Read More
Posted 8/8/2017 by dentalattorney in The Overlooked Basics   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 35
Signed Informed Consent Forms: A Must
Informed consent is critical to clear and comprehensive patient communication. Dental patients should be well informed on the results of examinations, problems or potential problems. State laws guide the implementation of formal, written informed consent. All dental procedures should be...Read More
Posted 7/13/2017 by Jen Butler in The S.M.a.R.T. Dentist   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 7
Restore or Home Therapy Decision-How to know which is right
When you are torn on how to proceed with a patient’s treatment to either perform a restorative/elective procedure or giving the patient a chance to correct the condition with home therapy, it can be difficult to determine which is right for the patient. Instead of doing nothing in the face of...Read More
Posted 7/9/2017 by Dr Peter Auster in My favorite things   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 16
A few products not everyone knows that enhance cosmetic dentistry: 1) Gemini Laser: Ultradent has created the cooooolest laser in the world- fun and works great- don't go cheap, go best! 2) Garrison Varistrips: Mylar strips that are amazing (really? You say?). They have created strips that...Read More
Posted 6/30/2017 by Bill Rossi in Bill Rossi: Advanced Practice Management   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 12
How Good is Your Hygiene Department?
We all know that the hygiene department’s performance has a direct bearing on the health of your patients and your practice’s bottom line. I’ve grown weary of rules of thumb for hygiene like “Hygiene should be 30% of practice production” or “Perio should be...Read More
Posted 5/26/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 9
Memorial Day Special: The Change to Digital Dentistry
Shaun Keating CDT + Dr. Deanna Thomas DMD With over 21 years of service in the Navy and National Guard, Dr. Deanna Thomas DMD, spent time in Iraq and Baghdad serving as a dental officer. Her experience serving the nation has changed the perspective she had on life, making her appreciate...Read More
Posted 5/11/2017 by jbenedictdpt in Healthy Solutions for Dental Professionals   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 15
Microscopes in General Dentistry?  Reduce Pain and Improve Quality of Work!
Dr. Charles Payet has practiced general dentistry for 19 years. Eight years ago he started using a microscope because he had developed back pain and he hasn't looked back! Learn how incorporating microscopes into his general practice has not only reduced his pain, but has greatly improved his...Read More
Posted 4/19/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 9
Chairside Milling Indications
With the experience of implementing CAD CAM milling in his two practices, Dr. Peter Patellis DDS, shares indications and contraindications of using chairside milling solutions. Due to the unpredictable results, Dr. Patellis limits the usage of his CAD CAM milling machines, sending anterior and...Read More
Posted 3/16/2017 by dhanning in How long should an Intraoral Dental Sensor last?   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 26
Do I Need CBCT?
Do I Need CBCT? A cone-beam CT scanner is a big investment, so you want to know if your practice needs it before you take the plunge. If you’re a general dentist, the answer is no, you do not need a CBCT. However, if you already offer or want to offer complex procedures, this...Read More
Posted 2/15/2017 by Keating Dental Arts in Dental Up   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 4
Better Your Practice Today with Advice from Dr. Hirsch
Shaun Keating CDT + Thomas Hirsch DDS Dr.Thomas Hirschshares insight on how he manages his practice and his experience using Keating Dental Arts Laboratory with Shaun Keating CDT. Listen to Tom and Shaun's doctor/laboratory relationship and expectations. Website: ...Read More

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