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October 7, 2011 News Implantology

Down but not out: Implant makers navigate economic storm

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From DrBicuspid.com – Rob Goszkowski –  October 3, 2011 — The placing of a titanium dental implant by Per-Ingvar BrÃ¥nemark into the mouth of a volunteer in Sweden in 1965 was a turning point in restorative dentistry. Over the past 40

October 2, 2011 News Implantology

How to stop an implant-related lawsuit before it happens

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By Rob Goszkowski, Assistant Editor Dr. Bicuspid September 26, 2011 — SAN FRANCISCO – The specter of litigation can keep good dentists from adding dental implants to their treatment repertoire. While implants can add another revenue stream to a practice, dental practitioners

September 4, 2011 News Decay assessment and preventionEvidence based dentistry

Dentists not heeding ADA’s call to seal noncavitated lesions

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By Rob Goszkowski, Assistant Editor Dr. Bicuspid September 1, 2011 — As it rolls out clinical recommendations, the ADA is on a mission to guide general dentists to a decision-making process that combines the doctor’s experience and the patient’s preference with

May 17, 2011 News CAD/CAMCosmetic DentistryNew Technologies

Veneer chipping: Is one fabrication process better than another?

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By Rob Goszkowski, Assistant Editor of Dr. Bicuspid May 16, 2011 — Joining CAD/CAM fabricated veneers to CAD/CAM fabricated zirconia frameworks can reduce veneer chipping frequency and speed the fabrication process. Researchers at Ivoclar Vivadent evaluated the fatigue behavior of two different systems

April 21, 2011 News AnaesthesiaPediatric dentistry

Syringe cover takes the fear out of pediatric local anesthesia

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By Rob Goszkowski – Dr.Bicuspid.com April 21, 2011 — Getting children to sit through a dental procedure is a challenge most practitioners inevitably face. The mere mention of the word “needle” can prompt anxiety and panic in young patients, making