This Month’s Features
Dental esthetics is so much more than a white smile and good orthodontia. Natural teeth are a complex riddle of shapes, colors and unique characterizations. But digital technologies are helping more clinicians unlock their secrets than ever before.
Digital impressioning remains a hot technology. In this update, we explore the latest developments in this continually evolving product category that are making the lives of everyone, from patients to staff to clinicians to lab technicians, so much easier.
Today’s general dentists are offering a greater selection of treatments to their patients than ever before. So it stands to reason that they can benefit from the latest imaging available. We look at the technologies that can give your customers the most mileage, while broadening the scope of your sales opportunities.
Three-dimensional printing technology has many uses in the delivery of oral health care services.
The style of physical presence is important, does set a tone, does send a message, and does influence outcomes.
In the case of negative patient reviews, an ounce of prevention is likely worth more than a pound of cure.
In my 30 years of sales and sales management experience, the biggest hurdle I faced was learning the importance of keeping appointments — with myself.
One-on-one with Jackie Beltrani, Crosstex International
Products and Services
CAD/CAM Materials on Display
Products that practically sell themselves.
Latest Advancements in Sensor Positioning
Revolutionizing Local Anesthetic Delivery
Crosstex International, based in Hauppauge, New York, made public in July that Senior Vice President Andrew Whitehead will retire, effective August 1.
DentalEZ welcomes Lindsay Viola and Eric Reno to its product management team and Aggie Pennington to its new strategic account management team.
Five dental organizations have joined forces to create more impactful dental meetings for attendees and exhibitors by hosting joint meetings in 2019 and 2020.
Dentsply Sirona has signed a new 5-year agreement with Pacific Dental Services (PDS) — a company that supports more than 580 dental practices in 17 states — that will expand its service offerings to the company’s more than 1,600 dentists.
The Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) recognized Margaret “Peggy” Cottrell, who has more than 27 years of successful business ownership, executive management and strategic experience, with the 20th annual Dr. James J. Crawford Award.
Patterson Dental has promoted two company executives, Tim Rogan, BA, EMBA, and Josh Killian, BIS, to new leadership roles within the organization.