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Marketing Strategies Will Be Essential to Your Post-Pandemic Recovery

As a business owner, your mind is on recovering from 2020’s challenges and determining the post-pandemic gameplan for your practice. Clearly, marketing will essential to your recovery. Budget Not coming as too big of a surprise, one of the biggest obstacles you’ll want to tackle is your marketing budget. To do this, you’ll need to understand what you spent in 2020, what your return on investment was, and how you want to move forward.......Read More

ADHA Names Horne Its 2021 Educator of the Year

The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) has named Dr. Sandra Horne, professor of dental hygiene at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) School of Dentistry, its 2021 Educator of the Year. “Typically on the first day of the class, I’ll ask my students, ‘When was the last time you had to develop a skill? What about riding a bicycle?’” Horne said as she reflected on how she teaches....Read More

NYU Dentistry Installs Robotic Surgical Systems

The New York University College of Dentistry has become the third dental school in the United States to acquire, install, and use robotic devices for dental implant surgeries. The Yomi devices from Neocis will enable the school’s predoctoral and postdoctoral students to learn how state-of-the-art robotic technology, with its accuracy and.........Read More

Get to the ‘Heart of Dentistry’ at 2021 Midwinter Meeting

Every year, CDS brings together nearly 30,000 dentists, other healthcare professionals and exhibitors from throughout the world,” CDS President-elect Dean P. Nicholas, DDS, said in a press release sent out last summer. “While the camaraderie and connection afforded by an in-person event will be missed, our first and foremost concern is the health and safety of our attendees. .........Read More

Five steps to practicing pain-free dentistry

Research shows that 75% of dental professionals complain of musculoskeletal pain, and now the COVID-19 pandemic is adding to the problem by causing additional stress and physical exertion. Dr. Bethany Valachi, author of Practice Dentistry Pain-Free: Evidence-based Strategies to Prevent Pain and Extend Your Career and clinical instructor of ergonomics at Oregon Health and Science..........Reaf More

Many Dentists Face Aggressive Patients at Work

Health care workers commonly experience aggression and violence at work, second only to law enforcement. That fact may bring to mind emergency room scenes in television dramas, but a new study of 98 New York City metro area dentists found that they, too, experience high numbers of both physical and verbal aggression.,,,,,,,,Read More

UConn Professor Honored for Achievements in Evidence-Based Dentistry

Rajesh V. Lalla, DDS, PhD, professor and associate dean for research at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine, is the winner of the 2020 Evidence-based Dentistry Accomplished Faculty Award from the ADA and the American Association for Dental Research.....Read More

Niznick College of Dentistry Clinics to Reopen on September 8


The University of Manitoba Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry’s undergraduate clinic will reopen on September 8 with new safety protocols and equipment, reduced capacity, and digital paperwork to keep patients, students, faculty, and staff safe..........Read More

In the COVID Era, Dental Appointments Won't Be the Same

Dental offices responded to COVID-19 lockdowns in much the same way as other medical professions, halting routine visits and only providing emergency care to patients in dire need. But now that stay-at-home orders are lifting, many dentists are reopening, but with new protocols to limit infection.Your dental appointment will not be the same, with changes from the waiting room to the dental chair, dentists say.....click Here

Delta Dental of Massachusetts Expands COVID-19 Recovery Program

Delta Dental of Massachusetts (DDMA) has announced the next steps in its COVID-19 relief and recovery plan, which will continue supporting a broad set of oral health stakeholders during and beyond the pandemic, according to the company. “Our response has been thoughtful, measured, and broad, and we have worked hard to understand and address the needs of our members, providers,.......Read More

Your Teeth Are a Permanent Archive of Your Life: Study

Your teeth provide a detailed account of your life, much as a tree's rings record its history, a groundbreaking study shows."A tooth is not a static and dead portion of the skeleton. It continuously adjusts and responds to physiological processes,"......Read More

TOO MANY ANTIBIOTICS, OPIOIDS GIVEN TO DENTAL PATIENTS IN THE ER

Too many patients who go to U.S. emergency rooms for dental problems are prescribed antibiotics and opioid painkillers, a new study claims......Read More

 

WHY DENTAL CARE IS CRUCIAL FOR KIDS?

Kids are notorious, and it becomes necessary for parents to take care of their well-being, including their dental hygiene. The big pieces of chocolates and candy bars, sweetened drinks, etc. are not so good for their oral health....Read More

YOUR DENTAL PRACTICE NEEDS A UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION

Always remember that you’re unique, just like everyone else. This paradox may refer to personal individuality, but it also is applicable to business. In fact, it is at the heart of every effective marketing plan.......Read More

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT TOOTH EXTRACTION

Dentists and oral surgeons perform tooth extractions for many reasons. The issue may be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by decay. In some cases, a dentist will remove a tooth to make space for dental prosthetics or braces.......Read More

VARIATIONS IN DENTAL IMPLANT APPLICATIONS

This month, in our introduction to Implants Today, let’s briefly discuss the many variations that exist in implant applications as we consider implant treatment for our patients. As the dental implant industry has grown over the past 10 years,......Read More

UK’S ‘SUGAR ADDICTION’ LEADING TO 170 NHS OPERATIONS A DAY TO REMOVE ROTTEN TEETH

The scale of “sugar addiction” in England and Wales has been laid bare in data showing that 170 children and teenagers a day are having operations in NHS hospitals to remove multiple teeth that have been rotted by sugar......Read More

   

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