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May 27, 2020 News News

Summary of Provincial Dental Community Re-Open of All Sectors

by Public Health

To see the Provincial/Territorial government and regulatory guidelines for the re-opening/reintroduction of non-emergency oral health care, please click here. The chart lists the guidelines for Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, Denturists, Dental Therapists and Dental Assistants. To view more COVID-19 news as

September 9, 2011 News Fluoride

The case against fluoride – London, Ontario

by ken

There are several YOUTUBE videos.. The first part of the seminar is by Pam Killeen (www.pamkilleen.com). She presents her case against fluoride by explaining the work of Canadian dentist, Dr. Weston A. Price. She emphasizes the point that tooth decay

August 1, 2011 News Marketing strategiesNew Technologies

Roll your own….

by ken

Found a few interesting sites for those diehards who like to “roll their own” when it comes to graphics for blogs and e-newsletters. In searching out topic areas, this particular aspect of practice management is exploding….. http://www.dentalwisdom.com/training/anatomy/traininganatomy1.html  for those explaining

July 6, 2011 News Tradeshows

I’m sorry, the concept of virtual exhibit halls is piffle?

by ken

From Dental Tribune – July 4, 2011 TORONTO, Canada: The majority of dentists in Canada find it difficult to make time to visit dental exhibitions, figures in the new annual report by the country’s Dental Industry Association suggest. Over 70%

June 4, 2011 News Marketing strategies

Dental Marketing Canada Launches in Montreal

by ken

Dental Marketing Canada is a rising company focusing at dental marketing online for local dentists throughout Canada. Such modern techniques are being used throughout the world as a cutting edge advertising system exposing businesses to all internet users. Through such exposure,

May 23, 2011 News General NewsTrends in Dental Education

More dental schools means more dentists – who’s doing the math?

by ken

I am completely unaware of the workings of our licensing bodies in Canada, privy only to the mutterings around the table at a study club or society meeting. Mostly, I’m advised about the number of new endodontists coming to Ontario,

April 24, 2011 News Practice management

Open invitation to all Practice Management gurus in Canada

by ken

The Levin Group has a spectacular feature on DrBicuspid.com – Practice Success….the item below is the latest…..I’d sincerely like to open this blog up to Canada’s finest and showcase their practice assistance efforts and commentary…….please contact me at any time

April 16, 2011 News Dental industryGeneral News

Henry Schein Canada’s 2011 Dental National Sales Meeting draws over 350 participants

by ken

By Henry Schein Canada – is it just me, or does anyone else find it “odd” that the Canadian Dental National Sales Meeting was held in the US of eh? and that the banner behind Mr. Elborne was in Francais

January 19, 2011 News Keeping you guessing

Ontario considers easing restrictions on dental CBCT – Huzzah, Huzzah!

by ken

COPYRIGHT DR. BICUSPIDJanuary 18, 2011 — Health officials in Ontario, Canada, are considering revising a moratorium that prohibits any dental practitioner in the province who is not also an oral radiologist to buy or install cone-beam CT (CBCT) equipment. All radiology

October 21, 2010 News Implantology

Dental Implant Market in Canada Experiences 5.6% Growth in 2009 While US Market Declines by 4.2%

by ken

While Canada Typically Mimics the US Trends in the North American Dental Implant Market, Last Year Saw a Change, according to Millennium Research Group TORONTO, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ — According to Millennium Research Group (MRG), the global authority on medical

October 15, 2010 News General News

Canada goes to war with BPA – reserves called up

by ken

By: Associated Press The chemical bisphenol A, widely used in food and beverage containers, has been declared a toxic substance by the government of Canada. The decision to list BPA as being toxic to both the environment and human health

October 6, 2010 News Trends in Dental Education

What it was, what it is, what is shall be

by ken

The vision of this blog remains ill defined, not unlike an experiment in the social sciences whereby, the objective is unclear because the technology hasn’t permeated the majority of the viewers and the application of the technology remains blurry.  Still

September 16, 2010 News General NewsTrends in Dental Education

Doors Open to Foreign Dentists

by catherine

Image via Wikipedia Ottawa says there is a shortage of dentists in rural Canada so it has chipped in $800,000 to get foreign-trained dentists here ASAP, according to a story by Tom Godfrey in the Toronto Sun. “The Canadian Dental

July 19, 2010 News Implantology

Online Virtual Study Club announced by Nobel Biocare

by ken

Nobel Biocare announces a new Online Virtual Study Club for N. America Nobel Biocare has signed an agreement with My Dental Hub to acquire the exclusive rights to StudyClubConnect.com an online study club for dentists MyDentalHub (MDH) was developed by

June 11, 2010 News Implantology

Trends in Implant Markets

by ken

The following information was researched and compiled by the Millennium Research Group in Toronto, ON, Canada [416-364-7776; www.mrg.net] Image via Wikipedia From their Executive Summary of the 2009 Implant Report: “The European dental implant market, comprising sales of dental implant

May 24, 2010 News General News

So you wanna be a rock n’roll star……….

by ken

“When I’ll grow up, I’m going to be a doctor.” Can you remember hearing that from youngsters (or maybe even yourself when you were a tender age)? Children have it clear in their minds that occupying this noble profession is

May 17, 2010 News Cone beam computed tomography

Cone Beam Cases – you learn cbCT “ONLINE!”

by ken

US site: http://www.kodakdental.com/en/digital-imaging/extraoral-3d-imaging/9000/clinical-cases.aspx Canada site: http://ca.kodakdental.com/en/digital-imaging/extraoral-3d-imaging/9000/clinical-cases.aspx The proliferation of small FOV cone beam tomography for endodontics and periodontics should by all rights be in place all across Canada at this moment………only Ontario is lagging and dragging it’s feet…… The way