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Innovations in dentistry

February 4, 2020 Feature Dental TechnologyInnovations in dentistryNew TechnologiesOral Health

Technology Augmented by AI to Truly Grow Your Practice…Simply

by Lou Shuman, DMD, CAGS, CEO and Founder of Cellerant Consulting

Simplifeye changes the chat game with an AI Speech Engine I begin with a personal thank you to Jillian Cecchini and Melissa Summerfield to give me an opportunity to talk to you each month.Advertisement I have always been passionate about

January 30, 2020 News Industry SpotlightInnovations in dentistryTrends in Dentistry

An Interview With Don Casey, Chief Executive Officer of Dentsply Sirona Inc

by Oral Health

Interviewers: Melissa Summerfield, Vice President, Newcom Media Inc.; Dr. Les Rykiss, Editorial Advisory Board Member, Oral Health Melissa: Let’s start off with Primescan since it’s obviously a new exciting product for you guys. How is Primescan driving the innovation of

July 4, 2019 Video Dental TechnologyDental VideoInnovations in dentistryNew productsNew Technologies

DDD Roundtable: Purchasing New Equipment

by Oral Health

Part 4 of our Data Driven Dentistry roundtable has our panel discussing the equipment they’ve purchased recently and how they decide what technology to invest in. *Between February and March 2018, RKI, a third party independent research house, conducted a

February 28, 2013 News Dental equipmentInnovations in dentistryNew productsNew TechnologiesPractice management

Tablets in the Dental Office

by lorne

In previous posts, I examined the advantages of having computers in the treatment rooms. While there are certainly many reasons for placing computers in a clinical setting, for many offices, space limitations have prevented some doctors from making this decision.

July 27, 2012 News Innovations in dentistryRepetitive stress injury

Ergonomic Considerations

by lorne

The hi-tech dental office has undergone a number of changes in the recent past. While it used to be considered cutting-edge to have a computer in the practice, this is no longer the case. The development of intraoral cameras, digital

April 17, 2012 News ClinicalDental industryDental researchImplantologyInnovations in dentistryMedical newsNew products

Zimmer Dental offers cortical-cancellous mix

by ken

Source Dental IQ Zimmer Dental., a provider of dental oral rehabilitation products and a subsidiary of Zimmer Holdings, has announced the availability of Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft. The product is an anatomic-based mixture of cortical and cancellous bone, designed to provide clinicians with

April 4, 2012 News ClinicalEndodonticsEvidence based dentistryInnovations in dentistryNew productsNew TechnologiesTechnologyYouTube

How many drills does it take to create an osteotomy, burs to prep a veneer, an inlay-onlay, a crown?

by ken

How many files does it take to sculpt a root canal space if: (Illogical logic of dangerous dichotomies – PART DEUX) A root canal space is an arborizational, anastomotic, labyrinthine complexity, morphologically comparable to the pathways of a maze. http://endodontiafobusp.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/apical-delta/apical-delta1/

April 2, 2012 News CancerClinicalDecay assessment and preventionDental equipmentDental examinationDental researchEminence based dentistryEvidence based dentistryHealth screeningsInnovations in dentistryOral cancerPathology

What you talkin’ ’bout Willis?!

by ken

Fluorescence mainly an adjunct for occlusal caries detection By Kathy Kincade, Editor in Chief DrBicuspid – April 2, 2012 — While fluorescence-based caries detection devices have been shown to offer clinical decision-making support, visual inspection should continue to be the primary detection method for

January 8, 2012 News APPsInnovations in dentistryNew dentistsNew gradsNew productsNew TechnologiesTechnologyTrends in Dental Education

The Virtual Anatomy, Ready for Dissection

by ken

By NATASHA SINGER Published: January 7, 2012 PEOPLE wear 3-D glasses for new movies like “The Adventures of Tintin.” But for medical school? Students at the New York University School of Medicine worked in an anatomy class, using iPads — in protective

December 28, 2011 News Clinical case reportDental industryDental researchElearningEminence based dentistryEvidence based dentistryGeneral NewsInnovations in dentistry

The power of media to subvert

by ken

The fun part of being a grandfather is when the kids take a nap, you can justify taking one too.  The fun part of a nap at my age is that you can catch up on non-dental reading, albeit, the

December 24, 2011 News Computer softwareData storageEncryptionGeneral NewsInnovations in dentistryNew TechnologiesPrivacy issuesTechnology

Encryption – yawn!!! – been there, done that – wait six months

by ken

The most exciting thing about technology is it enables one to be creative in ways unimaginable in the era prior to the Internet.  Digital signatures are currently necessary; however, a pain as they require acknowledgment, a lot of software futzing

December 2, 2011 News Decay assessment and preventionDental equipmentDental ethicsEvidence based dentistryInnovations in dentistryMarketing strategiesMinimally invasive dentistry

A Closer Look at Teeth May Mean More Fillings

by ken

By Ritchie S. King – the New York Times – November 28, 2011 Until 2010, Amelia Nuwer, 22, visited the same dentist every year in Biloxi, Miss., her hometown. And every year she came back with a clean bill of

December 1, 2011 News Innovations in dentistryNew Technologies

Need to do bone graft – HEAD TO KINKOS!!!!!

by ken

From Pullman Washington Look up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane…….oops, wrong intro It looks like bone. It feels like bone. For the most part, it acts like bone.And it came off an inkjet printer. Washington State

November 30, 2011 News Innovations in dentistryTrends in Dentistry

“To improve our competitiveness is essential to create ecosystems of innovation through partnerships”.

by ken

from Best Dentists – there are far too many that think collaboration is a four letter word. The idea of taking down borders and barriers and stricture and structure is a status quo that does not yield easily……….however, set aside

November 12, 2011 News ElearningElectronic Health RecordsEncryptionInnovations in dentistry

RecordLinc Enables Sharing of Patient Dental Records to Maximize Quality of Patient Care

by ken

By Marty Jablow SILICON VALLEY, CA (November 3, 2011) – RecordLinc Inc., a company created by dental professionals dedicated to providing communication solutions for fellow dental professionals, has released an innovative electronic dental record solution for patient file-sharing, dentist-to-dentist communication, and dental practitioner collaboration that

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

November 6, 2011 News Burn outElearningElectronic Health RecordsInnovations in dentistrySocial mediaSocial networking

Retirees – so much to offer, but how?

by ken

You’re a retired dentist, now what……….golf, travel, trophy wife??? It boggles the mind that a vast reservoir of applied science and knowledge is about to depart our profession in droves…………….consider the obvious…………….. Grab a peak at http://www.newmiled.com/nme/955 – and find a

November 4, 2011 News Innovations in dentistryNew Technologies

Researchers develop software to improve attachment for dental crowns

by ken

From Dental Tribune GOTHENBURG, Sweden: Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg are currently developing a method to determine exactly how a tooth should be ground down in order to attach a dental crown to it. The method is

October 23, 2011 News Evidence based dentistryInnovations in dentistryMinimally invasive dentistry

Who You Are? – Addendum to Introducing Dental Students to Evidence-Based Decisions in Dental Care

by ken

By David Brooks of the New York Times – while the article may be tangential to the routine of PM gurus which in truth has varied little in my 137 years in dental practice, it’s a worthwhile read.  Prospect Theory

October 23, 2011 News Continuing EducationDental ethicsInnovations in dentistryNew dentistsNew gradsNew TechnologiesTeam motivationTreatment planningTrends in Dental EducationTrends in Dentistry

Introducing Dental Students to Evidence-Based Decisions in Dental Care

by ken

How do we move beyond basic technical fundamentals which are the mainstay of salesforce based education into more purposeful and relevant self-directed learning……….I plan on approaching the author of this paper with the hope that he will contribute to this