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August 16, 2022 Video Dental VideoPractice management

Weekly Wisdom: Codes, Ethics and Client Expectations

by Oral Health

  In this episode of Weekly Wisdom, Karen Ergus discusses why codes and ethics are important in dentistry and law.     Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered straight to your inbox every week!

August 15, 2022 News

Exciting Opportunity For Experienced Dentist!

by Karen

BURLINGTON,ON Exciting Opportunity for Experienced Dentist!!! Established and thriving Burlington practice looking for the right ‘fit’ with a part-time moving to full-time associate. Must available to commit to 2 days/evenings and alternate Saturdays. If you are DRIVEN, PASSIONATE ABOUT DENTISTRY and interested in

August 15, 2022 News BlogsPractice management

Use These Three Principles of Persuasion Together to Get More Dental Patients

by Ekwa Marketing

Interested in contributing to Oral Health Group’s blog? Email marley@newcom.ca for more information!

August 11, 2022 News News

Paid How Can Artificial Intelligence, Applied to Dental Images/X-Rays, Help Minimize Errors in Dentistry?

by Diagnocat

AI is the technology that enables machines to interpret human language, gain knowledge through experience, and make predictions. Most of us have probably been astonished by a computers’ capacity to identify certain human faces, even being blurry, partially veiled, or

August 11, 2022 News

In-House Oral Surgery

by Karen

IN-HOUSE ORAL SURGERY Mobile OMFS seeking GP offices within one hour of Cambridge, ON to provide in-house oral surgery. I supply all equipment nursing and assisting staff and have been in private practice 15 years as a specialist. Implants, wisdom

August 11, 2022 News DentistryNews

89% of U.S. Adults Agree Having Dental Insurance Provides Peace of Mind According to Delta Dental Study

by Delta Dental Plans Association

Dental insurance continues to support optimal health as highlighted in the recently released 2022 State of America’s Oral Health and Wellness Report, a nationwide analysis of consumer opinions and behaviors relating to oral health. Findings from the Delta Dental-commissioned research of

August 11, 2022 News

Seeking Associates In Yellowknife

by Karen

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August 10, 2022 News EndodonticsNews

Using Microrobotic Platforms for Endodontic Therapy and Diagnostics

by University of Pennsylvania

With its irregularities and anatomical complexities, the root canal system is one of the most clinically challenging spaces in the oral cavity. As a result, biofilm not fully cleared from the nooks and crannies of the canals remains a leading

August 9, 2022 Feature EditorialImplantologyOral Health

Trusting Nature

by Luisa Schuldt, DDS MSc FRCD(C)

The opportunity to learn many lessons has been hurled upon us over the last two and a half years. We have seen storms come and go and temperatures rise to new limits. We have also witnessed almost every aspect of

August 9, 2022 Feature Chairside ChatsOral HealthPractice management

Chairside Chats: A Word With…Dr. Neil Vora

by Oral Health

Dr. Neil Vora Vivo Dental, Calgary, Alberta What is one thing you know now that you wish you had known at the start of your career? Dental treatment is for the patient, not for me. There have been, and still

August 9, 2022 Feature Data Driven DentistryOHGdataPractice management

It’s Time to Update!

by Oral Health

The transition of using more digital platforms to communicate has been happening for years and the pandemic only increased the need for it. Nearly half of surveyed dentists agreed that they have changed the way they’ve been communicating with patients

August 9, 2022 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Exploring Blockchain in Dentistry

by Peter C. Fritz, B.Sc., D.D.S., F.R.C.D. (C), Ph.D. (Perio), M.B.A., LLM

The information flowing along a blockchain is like a river that knows no country borders, is as unregulated as nature, and forever carries upstream pollution. Everyone paddling on the water can agree on the river’s depth at any point along

Intraoral photo showing frontal view of the patient in MIP with implant healing abutment.
August 9, 2022 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Digital Workflow for Implant Provisionalization in the Aesthetic Zone

by Faisal Al Assadi, BDS, PGCert HPE

Dental implants have been the recommended treatment of choice as a conservative approach in replacing missing teeth while preserving adjacent tooth structure when compared to fixed dental prostheses.1 The ability of the implant supported crown to replicate natural tooth like

August 9, 2022 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Removal of Osseointegrated Dental Implants

by Reza Termei, DDS, MSc, FRCD (C), Dip ABP

Implant therapy has become a predictable treatment option for tooth replacement with a 5-year survival rate of 97.1%.1 Despite this high survival rate, implant failure can still happen which would necessitate removal, or better said, explantation of the unsuccessful implant.

August 9, 2022 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Keys for Successful Aesthetic Zone Single Implant: Case Reports

by Dr. Mehdi Noroozi, DDS, MSc, Dipl. Perio

To achieve a successful aesthetic result and good patient satisfaction, implant placement in the aesthetic zone demands a thorough understanding of anatomic, biologic, surgical and prosthetic principles. The ability to achieve harmonious, indistinguishable restoration from adjacent natural teeth in the

August 9, 2022 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Transcrestal Sinus Lift Combined with Short Implants Inserted with Low Torque in Type IV and V Bone with 10 to 12 Years Follow-up.

by Eduardo Anitua, DDS, MD, PhD

The transcrestal or transalveolar sinus lift procedure was described by Summers in 19941 as an alternative to the “traditional” approach, using the lateral window to reduce the morbidity of the technique. As initially described, the procedure consisted of an approach

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August 9, 2022 Feature Dental TechnologyOral Health

Toothpaste Will Never Be the Same!

by Lou Shuman, DMD, CAGS, CEO and Founder of Cellerant Consulting

Amicrofibrillated cellulose platform derived from Norwegian spruce trees is the basis for a revolutionary approach to toothpaste that has the capability to offer superior plaque and biofilm removal. The result is more efficient brushing and better oral health. Founder, Chairman,

August 9, 2022 News DentistryNews

Liberals Plan Temporary Solution to Dental Care Program, Sources Say

by Global News

Sources close to the government’s proposed $5.3 billion dental care program say the Liberals are planning a temporary solution that involves giving money directly to patients in order to keep their promise to the NDP while they work on a more permanent

August 9, 2022 News DentistryNews

BC Dentists Dismayed by Absence of Dedicated Seat on New Oral Health College Board

by British Columbia Dental Association

The BC Dental Association (BCDA) is shocked and appalled after learning that BC’s new Oral Health Regulatory College has chosen to not provide dentists with a dedicated position on its Board, in its revised proposed bylaws. This is in stark contrast to

August 8, 2022 News NewsOral Health

Toronto Clinic Client Says Dentist ‘Saved My Life’

by The Toronto Star

Sharon Edmonds credits Toronto Public Health dentist Dr. Rishi Saxena not only for her good oral health — but for saving her life. Edmonds, 69, went to TPH’s Dental and Oral Health Services Clinic at the Rexdale Community Hub 18