Chief Editor Chris Salierno, DDS, and Ed Shellard, DMD, discuss the CS 9600 CBCT machine.
Dentists must be careful how they handle the structure of their practices. There are opportunities and traps when it comes to entity choices.
Dr. Craig Harder details his efficient hybrid workflow that combines digital scanning and 3-D printing of dentures followed by analog impressions and wax try-ins.
Many dentists might be tempted to sell their practices, thinking they can retire on the income from the sale. But there are many considerations regarding money that should be considered before making such a big move.
DE’s Chief Editor Dr. Chris Salierno says, “As a child, I could imagine I might live in a world of handheld computers someday,...but here we are in 2019 with dentists summoning dentures and surgical guides from pools of resin.”
Brittany Kinol, DMD, talks about how teledentistry “helps save time, shorten the distance between patient and office, and...allows my team to see these patients in their most familiar surroundings.”
Unfortunately, some employees try to make fraudulent workers’ compensation claims. There are signs dentists can watch for to see if an employee is trying to make a fraudulent claim.
Many dentists have heard the advice about saving six months of salary before saving in other ways. Is this the best way for them to approach their savings?
Once you make sure there is a market for your new dental technology, it’s important to get the word out about it to patients. Here are some of the steps that will help.
Implantology can be a profitable area for dental practices. But dentists have varying degrees of skills in implantology. There are several avenues dentists can take to become proficient in implantology, and then watch their bottom lines grow.
Dental patients may leave your practice if they don’t like how they’re treated by those who answer the office phones. It’s very important for people to receive excellent treatment when they call in.