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Among the most typical procedures performed by periodontists are those involving crown lengthening and shortening. Mentor explores these delicate procedures and the kinds of instruments and materials they require to ensure success.
Obturation is a step in root canal treatment that seals the canal after it’s been shaped, cleaned and disinfected. We give you the inside scoop on today’s thinking about this crucial step and examine the kinds of materials, techniques, instruments, and devices …
Sales reps are well positioned to arm clinicians with the tools they need to help prevent and control dental-related pain among pediatric patients.
CAD/CAM systems are making inroads into everyday dentistry, being used for assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, implementation, evaluation and communication. That all adds up to a strong advantage — for patients, clinicians and account executives.
Mentor explores the latest clinical technologies that are elevating the art of indirect restorations to high fashion.
Today’s curing lights are evolving along with the materials they cure. We examine developments in today’s devices.
The gray market continues to be a hot topic in the dental industry. Mentor shares how dental manufacturers are fired up and firing back to protect their reputation, their dentist customers, and patients at large.
Personal protective equipment is critical to infection control. This article introduces best practices for products ranging from gloves and masks to protective eyewear — so sales reps can equip their clients to defend the health of their patients and themselves.
When a patient comes into the dentist’s office with tooth pain, it’s not always clear which tooth is acting up or where the pain originates. We discuss the various technologies and methods that can help dental Joe Fridays crack the case.