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American Dental Association (ADA)
June 11, 2013 News Dental HygieneDental OfficeDentistryOral HealthPublic Health

American Dental Association Statement on Regular Dental Visits

by American Dental Association (ADA)

To maintain optimal oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends regular dental visits, at intervals determined by a dentist. In light of a new study published in the Journal of Dental Research titled “Patient Stratification for Preventive Care in

American Dental Association (ADA)
June 3, 2013 News Dental OfficeDentistryOral Health

San Francisco to host ‘JADA Live’ in July

by American Dental Association (ADA)

See the latest in office design technology at JADA Live in July. Advancing Your Practice Through Office Design will be presented from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on July 19 at the Westin San Francisco Market Street. JADA Live, presented

Lorne Dubros
November 16, 2010 News Dental OfficeOral Health

A Professional Corporation – Is It the Answer for Me?

by Lorne Dubros, CFP

In recent years, a number of professions across the country have passed regulations allowing their members to incorporate. This has prompted many professionals to ask whether or not incorporation is for them. What are the benefits? The drawbacks? Here is

Jeff Coward
November 16, 2010 News Dental OfficeOral Health

Dental Patient Management Software

by Jeff Coward

Requires Medical Device Licence

A move for the better
November 16, 2010 News Dental OfficeOral Health

A Move For The Better

by Oral Health

In 2008, after practicing for almost 20 years in the historic Medical Arts Building as the St. George Dental Group in Toronto, Drs. Michael Weinberg and Jay Niman faced a difficult and career changing decision. The University of Toronto had

November 16, 2010 News Dental OfficeOral Health

Dental Tenants…

by Dale Willerton

Beware of Landlords with 13-Inch Rulers!

November 16, 2010 News Dental OfficeOral Health

Web + log = Blog! The newest arm of the Fourth Estate

by Catherine Wilson, Editor

According to Wikipedia, a blog is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Blog can

Dale Willerton is The Lease Coach and exclusively works for tenants. He has authored "Negotiate Your Dental Office Lease or Renewal"Contact information: 1-800-738-9202, e-mail DaleWillerton@TheLeaseCoach.com or visit www.TheLeaseCoach.com, www.HelpULeaseDental.com.
September 1, 2010 Feature Dental OfficeGeneral Practice

Dental Tenants… Beware of Landlords with 13-Inch Rulers!

by Dale Willerton

Are you paying for Phantom Space? Some landlords are over-charging dentists for more square footage than the tenant actually has. This is a common discrepancy in the commercial leasing industry. Dental tenants frequently trust the reported square footage of their

Jeff Coward is the President of ABELDent Inc., and may be contacted at JeffC@ABELDent.com.
September 1, 2010 Feature Dental OfficeDental Technology

Dental Patient Management Software Requires Medical Device Licence

by Jeff Coward

On August 31, 2009, Health Canada issued a notice clarifying the classification of patient management software as a Class I or Class II medical device.1 Under the Food and Drug Act, Health Canada reviews medical devices to assess their safety,

Lorne Dubros CFP, Senior Financial Consultant, Iorne.dubros@investorsgroup.com, (416) 491-7400
September 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

A Professional Corporation – Is It the Answer for Me?

by Lorne Dubros, CFP

In recent years, a number of professions across the country have passed regulations allowing their members to incorporate. This has prompted many professionals to ask whether or not incorporation is for them. What are the benefits? The drawbacks? Here is

Catherine Wilson, Editor
September 1, 2010 Feature Dental OfficeGeneral Practice

Web + log = Blog!

by Dental Practice Management

T he newest arm of the Fourth Estate Advertisement According to Wikipedia, a blog is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or

September 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

Working Poor Shut Out of Dental Cash

by Dental Practice Management

Toronto – Ontario’s Health Minister says there is no money to improve the oral health of Ontario’s 500,000 working poor. Deb Matthews said the province doesn’t have the resources to keep a promise of providing a dental plan for Ontario’s

Dr. William Dorfman explains the benifts of Colgate's Pro-Argin Technology.
September 1, 2010 Feature Dental OfficeGeneral PracticeHealth & Healing

Hypersensitivity Breakthrough from Colgate

by Dental Practice Management

Toronto – Colgate introduced its new Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief desensitizing toothpaste with Pro-Argin Technology at a special launch party in downtown Toro-nto recently. The paste is clinically proven to provide instant and lasting sensitivity relief after one application. Advertisement Dr.

September 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

A Move For The Better

by Dental Practice Management

In 2008, after practicing for almost 20 years in the historic Medical Arts Building as the St. George Dental Group in Toronto, Drs. Michael Weinberg and Jay Niman faced a difficult and career changing decision. The University of Toronto had

August 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

Re: Dr. Bruce Pynn’s editorial: June, 2010, You’re Only a Dentist

by Oral Health

This editorial brought forth countless negative memories about this pejorative, yet true statement. It prompted me to write a few of my experiences with not only the public but also our fellow medical colleagues. Advertisement The first incident occurred during

Figure 10-Post Mortem X-ray. Courtesy - Personal Files of Dr. Frank Stechey, Hamilton, Ontario.
August 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

Dentistry’s Role in Mass Fatality Incidents

by Allan Warnick, DDS, DABFO

“It is impossible to predict if, when, and where the next act of terrorism or natural disaster will occur. Every American, including emergency workers and first responders, has the right to expect that if they are a victim of a

Figure 5--Pre-injection topical using Cetacaine.
July 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

A New Era in Pain Management: Non-injectable Anesthesia for Scaling & Root Planing Procedures

by Jo-Anne Jones, RDH

As dental professionals, we would all agree upon the importance of the regular removal of bacterial pathogens in order to minimize the risk of developing or aggravating periodontal disease. In the absence of regular care, chronic inflammation in the tissue

July 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

To Our Readers

by Oral Health

Regarding the relevance of the breast picture in the June, 2010 issue (page 22). Admittedly this is a bit unusual for Oral Health Journal. It is simply to show the post-operative scar from the rib graft site and how esthetic

July 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

2010 Women’s 2nd Weekend Dental Conference

by Oral Health

June 4th, 2010 at White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa, Niagara on the Lake

June 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

18 is enough! More tax savings!

by David Chong Yen, CFP, CA

Tax saving opportunities arise when your children turn 18. It certainly calls for a big celebration. Here are a few ways to save taxes: