Wednesday, March 22, 2017 8:57:00 PM America/Toronto
Times are changing. The dental industry has evolved, meaning the way we work and serve our patients has to adapt to best serve their needs. Patients are becoming more informed about the technologies available to them through their dentist or hygienist. I’d go even further to say this influences their decision on which oral care professional they choose to see.
Digital impressions have eliminated patients going home with alginate on their face, neck and clothing.
Diagnosis can be made immediately while the patient is sitting in your chair by scrapping film and going digital.
Invisalign has revolutionized cosmetic dentistry eliminating the pain and headache of braces.
Here are the top 5 revolutionary technologies every practice should look into for keeping up with patient demand in this new technology driven market.Read More
Thursday, November 24, 2016 7:37:33 PM America/Toronto
The X-Ray was first discovered in 1895 by German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen. Despite technological advances, medical disasters leading to serious illness and injury, and the eventual discovery of the long-term effects of radiation, doctors and dentists have been using x-rays ever since. Despite its intrinsic value in the world of dentistry, it’s about time this archaic technique got a face lift!Read More
Thursday, November 17, 2016 5:34:02 PM America/Toronto
Things are looking futuristic in the world of dentistry these days! Digital technology has slowly but surely made its way into the dentist office and we couldn’t be more excited! Your patients may have been wondering why stepping into a dental clinic is like walking back in time, technology wise. That’s because compared to other medical professions or scientific fields, dentistry has always lagged behind.Read More
Thursday, November 10, 2016 2:23:00 PM America/Toronto
Now that smartphone technology has made its way into our daily oral care with the Oral B Interactive Toothbrush, it’s time to realize that the toothbrush has come a long way since its early days of horsehair tufts. Here are the top three toothbrushes to recommend to your patients on every budget.Read More