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Digital dentistry challenges us to reconsider the efficiency and quality of our analog protocols. As technological advancements increase more and more rapidly, keeping up becomes less about adapting to every new trend and more about deciding what works best for your...read more
Dentistry has its ups and downs, depending on our own confidence level or recent patient challenges. From comprehensive cases to simple cosmetic procedures, the emotional work put into giving patients a healthier and more beautiful smile can be extremely tiring....read more
Sometimes, the outcome of a case is in the details. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the information we give to the lab, especially when seating a restoration. We get out of a case what we put into it, but the hardest part of the necessary due diligence is not...read more
One of the best ways to ensure you never run dry of cosmetic treatments is to make patients a priority. This means going beyond just providing excellent care. You really need to get to know your patients. Efficiency is an admirable goal, but when we take it too far we...read more
To temporize veneers is to perform an essential task that can determine your ability to achieve patient goals. Temporaries make the process of veneers a little more like working in clay than in marble. We get the chance to really know our patient's desires and...read more
For the longest time, we believed failing the dental profession meant not preventing cavities. Now, it seems this may not be the case, especially as the role of occlusal disease in loss of tooth structure becomes more evident. Let me be the first to say it out loud in...read more
Are we truly upholding our end of the commitment to patients or are we failing them and falling short? All I can say is that in my case, I previously found it challenging to live up to the oath of the dental profession. Failing Our Profession: What Really Causes Loss...read more
What is the short version for the purpose of our profession? I don’t remember the exact words of the Dental Hippocratic Oath that I recited after graduation, but I’m sure it said something along the lines of, 'Be the best dentist I can be for my patients.' Are We...read more
Humans are visual creatures, which is why without good photos it’s hard to sell your patients a case large or small. Visual treatment planning is critical if you want to get patients to say yes to your case presentation. We've all had that awful experience in the...read more