The materials used in dentistry have changed drastically over time, but some dentists never move beyond the techniques and materials they mastered in dental school, leaving them outdated and deprived of the latest in dental technology and techniques that could save them time and money, and help them create higher quality work.
Many dentists refer out their orthodontic business, essentially giving away the massive revenue that this part of dental practice offers. However, the simplicity of clear aligners has provided a way for dentists to easily and affordably offer effective orthodontic solutions to their patients.
Dr. Carlos Spironelli Ramos created Ultradent’s minimally invasive, award-winning line of endodontic products meant to be used before, during, and after endodontic procedures. The complete line includes everything from equipment, to irrigants, tips, gutta percha points, and beyond. Here are six essentials that every clinician should have on hand to make their endodontic procedures easier:…
A trip to the dentist can be tricky for many patients. From dental phobia to just plain discomfort, it’s important for clinicians, hygienists, and dental assistants to ease these pain points as much as possible for the patient, but still accomplish the task at hand. A dental appointment sometimes becomes a balancing act between providing high-quality dental care and managing the patients’ feelings and desires to ensure they leave happy.
With so many endodontic motor options available to general dentists and endodontists today, it’s no wonder that clinicians can have a difficult time initially selecting the right one for them. On the other end of the spectrum, some clinicians can end up stockpiling multiple endodontic motors in their supply closets due to changes and advancements in technology, discontinuation of files, or simple dissatisfaction with the motor or system they’re using due to excessive file breakage, malfunction, or other issues.
Choosing the right adhesive is one of the most important and impactful product decisions a clinician can make. It affects the quality and longevity of their restorations, the time it will take to complete them, and the money the clinician will have to spend to ensure that their adhesive works on all substrates.