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Beautiful materials for aesthetic restorations – eye-catchers at IDS 2015

January 27, 2015 IDS

Our teeth play a significant part in our appearance and our radiant smile. They affect our self-esteem and influence our social  contacts. In dentistry, therefore,  in addition to restoring the masticatoryfunction  the aesthetic restoration result is also an important criterion

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Digital Dentistry: Seamless Dentist-Laboratory Communication

April 1, 2014 Les Rykiss, DMD; Bassam Haddad, CDT

I consider myself somewhat of a techno-junkie when it comes to the way I practice dentistry. The more technology, the better! Whether its digital x-rays, hard and soft tissue lasers, or CAD/CAM digital impressions and milling, technology has truly made

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Toronto’s The Art of Dentistry Launches New Dental Website

February 7, 2014 by Kahaliah Richards

Toronto-based dentist Sol Weiss has launched a brand new website for his practice, The Art of Dentistry. Sol Weiss and the entire team of The Art of Dentistry is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for the

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The Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontics would like to invite you to join us for our 21st Annual Scientific Meeting

July 17, 2013 Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontics (CARDP)

Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry & Prosthodontics 21st Annual Scientific Meeting  Vancouver Renaissance Harbourside HotelVancouver, British ColumbiaSeptember 25th – 28th, 2013Members and Non Members Welcome! Plus join us for our social events to experience “The Best of Vancouver” Register Today

Figure 12. Final restoration.
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Using CBCT Scan Technology as a Tool to Facilitate Ideal Implant Placement and Restoration in the Anterior Aesthetic Zone

April 1, 2013 E. Dwayne Karateew DDS, Cert Perio, Cert Fixed Prosth and Mitra Sadrameli DMD, MS, Cert Oral Maxillo

Dental implants allow the clinical dentist an additional tool in the armamentarium of treatment options to offer the patient for the replacement of a missing tooth or teeth. The conventional approach to treatment planning of dental implants includes a thorough

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Non-Injectable Local Anaesthesia in Dentistry: A Review and Case Study

February 1, 2013 David Isen, BSc, DDS

Dental practitioners depend on the evolution of their field to provide patients with the highest quality, most advanced and comfortable dental care. Halsted first gave an inferior alveolar nerve block using cocaine and boiling water in 1884 and cocaine was

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Business Systems to Support Implant Dentistry for General Practioners

September 23, 2012 by sandie

Do implants play an important role in the growth of your general practice? Do you have an action plan to reach your objectives?  How many of your patients are completely or partially edentulous? These are the first questions to ask

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IDEM Singapore 2012 Raises the Bar for Dentistry in Asia

April 20, 2012 IDEM Singapore - International Dental Exhibition and Meeting

According to industry research from Markets and Markets, the global dental equipment and consumables market is estimated to reach US$27.6 billion by 2015. This positive outlook is driven by advancements in technology available to dentists today, as well as the

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Pre-Veneered Stainless Steel Crowns – An Aesthetic Alternative

January 1, 2012 Carla Cohn, DDS

Years ago, a father came into my offce with his young son. The boy had rampant decay involving multiple surfaces on all of his primary molars. To make matters more complex, the child had behavioural issues – as we seem

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Dentistry focus: The medical cosmetics business

July 7, 2011 by ken

And Image via Wikipedia  just when you thought no country could go lower than to claim Kim Kardashian as a citizen….. Read article Related articles Leaders in Dentistry: A conversation with Dr. David T.W. Wong (blogohj.oralhealthjournal.com) Reality Dentistry – Big

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Trigeminal nerve injuries related to local anaesthesia in dentistry

June 22, 2011 by ken

Probably shouldn’t be doing this, but as a child of the 60’s, that doesn’t stop me –  the article below is relevant and salient and resonates with the recent  publication in the RCDSO oeuvre from Garisto et al. Owner of

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Keeping up with the changing face of dentistry – it’s global….

May 9, 2011 by ken

From Dentistry IQ.com – from Jenny Waddington DENTISTRY has changed massively over the past two decades, becoming more business-like than ever before, according to experts in Coventry and Warwickshire. More practices are having to provide additional services as well as

Figure 16 - Final treatment smile.
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Using Basic Parameters to Achieve Aesthetics for Successful Implant

April 1, 2011 Lori Trost, DMD and Scott Schlueter, DMD, MS

As the practice of dentistry continues to move forward with the offering of improved materials and predictable techniques, the expectation of esthetics becomes a given in both the minds of the dentist and the patient. However, in the clinical setting,

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iPad advances digital dentistry

March 8, 2011 by ken

When new patients enter Dr. Jonathan Ferencz’s thriving prosthodontics practice in midtown Manhattan,they’re greeted with a smile — and an iPad. For Dr. Ferencz, the latest technology has always driven quality patient care. As an early iPad adopter, Dr. Ferencz

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Vertise™ Flow Composite; A Breakthrough in Adhesive Dentistry

March 1, 2011 Joseph Sabbagh, DDS, MSc, PhD, FICD and Philip Souhaid (DDS, MSc, FICD)

INTRODUCTION For many years, dentists have been looking for the ideal restorative composite material. To date, this material has not been found so much so that a plethora of composite materials is currently available on the market and the research

Figure 6.  High magnification view of impression showing differences in impression of gingival sulcus with cord (left) and laser (right) but acceptable results with both methods.
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Lasers in Dentistry: An Application That Found its Purpose

March 1, 2011 Dr. Glenn A. van As

INTRODUCTION In 2008, Dr. Gordon Christensen wrote an article in JADA comparing the soft tissue cutting ability of diode lasers versus that of electrosurgery (radiosurgery) units.1 In that article, he compared these two technologies against each other, and cited advantages

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Evolving Conservative Dentistry

December 1, 2010 George Freedman, DDS, FAACD, FACD



Aesthetics in Implantology

November 1, 2010 Tam Phan, DMD, FICOI And George Freedman, DDS, FAACD, FACD


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American Society for Dental Aesthetics celebrates their 34th annual symposium

October 26, 2010 by melissa

I am just recently back from my first time attending the ASDA conference, a three day session that focuses on the newest technologies in the field of aesthetic dentistry. This group limits the number of attendees in order to provide

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Innovation and Accountability in Dentistry Practice: Trying a Procedure for the First Time

May 1, 2010 Randi Zlotnik Shaul JD, LLM, Ph.D, and Shelley Birenbaum BA, MSW, JD

Imagine that you are at a dentistry conference and you hear about the success a colleague has had with a procedure you have never tried before. The procedure has been validated elsewhere in Ontario, but does carry some risks. You