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September 29, 2011 News Dental Laboratories

Annual session course on dental labs first of its kind

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September 28, 2011 – ADA News Staff By Kelly Soderlund LONG LONG LONG LONG OVERDUE IN THIS WRITER’S OPINION The 2010 House of Delegates resolved to encourage certified dental technicians to attend ADA continuing education seminars, including as presenters. That

July 6, 2011 News Electronic Health Records

Electronic dental lab prescriptions report available for comment

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Email encryption anon…….the latest consideration at the RCDSO – so says “word on the street”. Something is in the wind at the Royal College in Ontario in regard to online referral forms and medical questionnaires, but it’s “in camera”……hmmmm………..In that

May 22, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryDental LaboratoriesTooth whitening

Aesthetically Enhanced Dentistry – Savage Beauty

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…the origin of this saying first appeared in the 3rd century BC in Greek. It didn’t appear in its current form in print until the 19th century, but in the meantime there were various

February 21, 2011 News CAD/CAMTrends in Dentistry

CAD/CAM technologies are EXPLODING!!

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From Dental Tribune: Two new products from Sirona Dental Systems have been named among 2010’s most innovative tools for the dental laboratory industry by the Journal of Dental Technology (JDT). Sirona’s inEos Blue desktop scanner and CEREC and inLab Biogeneric

February 17, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomographyDental LaboratoriesImplantologyTrends in Dental Education

Inside Dental Technology – time to be SERIOUS

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TechEdge – Dental Aegis A New Breed Opportunities abound for the pioneering technologist with specialized education and knowledge. It is uncertain how a shrinking dental laboratory industry will restructure to combat the pressures of being overtaken by big-store manufacturers, off-shore

June 6, 2010 News Orthodontics

Semper Fi?…oh…Simpli5 – next generation of invisible ortho

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An increasing number of late adolescent and adult patients are seeking invisible orthodontic care to correct mild to moderate anterior malocclusions. Since 2000, Invisalign has been the treatment alternative for patients seeking invisible orthodontics for minor tooth correction. Recently, there