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Stop Educating Your Patients: Part 2
Dentistry |2 min read

Stop Educating Your Patients: Part 2

It’s challenging not to try educating patients while encouraging them to accept treatment. In my last blog, I discussed why patients react negatively when we overshare our knowledge with them. How to Stop Educating Your Patients What goes wrong in these...

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Stop Educating Your Patients: Part 1
Dentistry |2 min read

Stop Educating Your Patients: Part 1

When you spend time educating your patients rather than appealing to your interests and needs, you have a harder time encouraging them to pursue treatment. How you communicate with them sets the tone for their decision making. Seeking an Improved Quality of Care I...

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Best Tips for Dental Photography
Dentistry |2 min read

Best Tips for Dental Photography

These dental photography tips will take your technique from average to professional in an instant. When faced with a DSLR camera, many feel daunted by the settings and different options, but really your success in photography comes down to how you manipulate the...

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What is the Golden Proportion in Dentistry?
Dentistry |1 min read

What is the Golden Proportion in Dentistry?

It’s inevitable that over time what is considered the norm changes as new information or technology becomes available. One area in dentistry that has seen some significant adjustments relates to use of the golden proportion. It can be difficult to transition the...

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Anatomy of a Cement Retained Implant Crown
Dentistry |2 min read

Anatomy of a Cement Retained Implant Crown

It can be unexpectedly tricky to navigate a restoration if you’re undecided about whether to go with a screw retained or cement retained implant crown. You may be tempted to go with the old standby, screw retained, but don’t decide too quickly. Though...

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Anatomy of a Screw Retained Implant Crown
Dentistry |1 min read

Anatomy of a Screw Retained Implant Crown

Implant restorations are one of the most challenging and potentially rewarding areas of dentistry. This is a result of the technical complications, high variability between individual patients, and the possibility of collaborating with a specialist. Additionally,...

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