Hot towels, soft music, satellite TV, and ergonomic massaging chairs are just a few of the comforts that Aesthetic Dentistry patients find at our practice. Cosmetic procedures are elective—perspective patients do not arrive at the office in pain, but they have expendable income dedicated to the goal of improving their smile. For this reason, the […]
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In colonial times, dentists and patients had few choices. Filling a cavity, for example, involved rolling some type of metal between your fingers into a pellet-shape, sticking it in the crevasse and then shaping and polishing. As years passed, inventions continued to improve the dental experience. In the late 1800s, the invention of X-rays gave […]
It isn’t every day that Henry Schein’s specialists have the opportunity to contribute their talents to creating the first LEED-approved—certifiably “green”—dental office in the United States.
Henry Schein Dental’s Equipment and Technical Specialists realize the importance of innovative thinking when planning a new dental office. Obstacles become challenges that simply need the right approach and the specific insights of each of the various experts who are part of the “team” effort during the project.
It is not enough these days to simply offer quality dentistry— everyone expects that. Any dental practice that wants to be highly successful has to reach for the “Wow” factor—that something special that says that your patients are receiving the best care possible. Today’s patients are savvy consumers who are also educated, pressed for time, […]
The title of this article represents the height of presumption and sophistry; it would be impossible to describe, in these few pages, all the elements required to create the office that will successfully support your practice.
Seeing is believing for patients and dentists alike when it comes to Cone Beam 3-D imaging. It’s not just about viewing crystal-clear images and interpreting the detailed information they provide about a patient’s health. It’s also about seeing where the dental profession is heading in diagnostic technology-and where it needs to be.