This Month’s Features
Placing an implant is just the beginning for implant therapy. What comes next is what the patient and the world see — the prosthetic crown that’s attached. Will that crown be cemented or screwed into place? What other considerations come into play? Here’s a primer for sales pros.
Account executives can aid practitioners and patients alike by becoming well versed in the latest alternatives for interdental cleaning.
Air compressors are the unsung workhorses of the dental office. We reveal how today’s designs are meeting the needs of 21st-century dentistry, and provide helpful insights for selling replacement units or system upgrades.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and that certainly applies to dental imaging technology. We explore the world of digital image capture in the dental setting for a closer look at this increasingly popular patient-education tool.
Every sales professional knows the importance of asking wellcrafted, focused and insightful questions in order to clearly identify a client’s opportunities, needs, challenges and issues.
Just about every nongovernmental organization touts its customer service. So what? Who cares?
Training alone does not produce results.
One-on-one with Laura Fleming Doyle, Dental Trade Alliance Foundation.
Products and Services
Composite materials on display.
Spotlight on operatory items.
The Pinnacle lineup from Kerr TotalCare simplifies infection control in dental settings.
Products that practically sell themselves.
A task force commissioned by President Obama has unveiled a multifaceted strategy for fighting the global threat of antibiotic resistance.
DentalEZ, a leading supplier of integrated products for dental health professionals, has named a new president.
A 282-page report released by The Anaheim Group (dentalfax.com) examines more than 625 dental company acquisitions that took place from 2003–2014.
Can teeth help someone see? There’s a good chance this might be a reality in the near future — and we’re not talking about some sci-fi plot.
Thanks to a clarification by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) of its free-care rule, it could be easier for school-based sealant programs to receive Medicaid reimbursement for these preventive efforts.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded a two-year, 400,000 dollar grant to the American Dental Education Association Minority Dental Faculty Development (MDFD) program to address oral health disparities in underserved communities.