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October 2, 2019 News News

KaVo Kerr Introduces Take 1™ Hydro™ VPS Impression Material For Accurate First-Make Impressions

by KaVo Kerr

KaVo Kerr unveils its next-generation VPS impression material for better-fitting restorations: Take 1™ Hydro™. Featuring one of the industry’s lowest contact angles at ≤10° on uncured material, Take 1 Hydro allows clinicians to push impression materials deeper into the sulcus

August 10, 2011 News Cloud computing

Is it time for the cloud to come to your practice?

by ken

From Dental Economics by Martin Jablow Dental technology continues to move forward. Slow speed belt driven handpieces have given way to precision electric handpieces. Impressions can now be taken with a camera. We are replacing a scalpel with a laser.

March 11, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryDental LaboratoriesImplantologyInnovations in dentistryRestorativeTrends in Dentistry

Full mouth rehabilitation – CRITICAL THINKING

by ken

Another example of the simplicity possible in creating a Clinical eChronicle. More detailed explanation of the procedure, the sophistication can be expanded upon by having an instructive template and the graphic inclusion in this case is aggregate, it can be

January 3, 2011 News Dental Laboratories

Take a laboratory technician to lunch and give him or her a hug month

by ken

From Dental Tribune………. By Kevin Kim………… I evaluate about 40 cases per day. Five of those 40 cases may have inadequate impressions. In the morning, with my coffee in hand, I can easily spot them without even sifting through the

November 26, 2010 News CAD/CAM

Experiencing the Lava C.O.S. System

by melissa

The other night I had the pleasure of attending a seminar put on by 3M ESPE and Dental Services Group. The seminar was entitled “Digital Dentistry: From Prep to Crown” and it featured the Lava C.O.S. (Chairside Oral Scanner) from

October 20, 2010 News Cone beam computed tomographyTrends in Dental Education

Multidimensional Imaging: Immediate and Imminent Issues

by ken

by Allan G. Farman, BDS, PhD, MBA, DSc; William C. Scarfe, BDS,MS,FRACDS; and Michiel van Genuchten, PhD While dentistry of the future will likely include interventions such as biologic scaffolding and tissue regeneration, dentistry of the present and near future will