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Using dental practice software to make management decisions

As the office manager for a dental practice with seven dentists, 25 staff, 18 operatories, I was responsible for the business side of the practice. When I was hired, my first assignment was to select the best dental practice management software for our practice —...

source: By Jill Nesbitt
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The e-News Weekly has come to an end. Our premise of giving members a weekly review of the items that are common in the civilian press serving to enlighten them on what patients have access to on a daily basis was a worthwhile one and never the intent to be another source...

source: AO

Dental sedation has been in the news. Sometimes bad. Sometimes good. Sometimes probing questions that make us think. And more questions. Consumer demand for outpatient dental procedures is increasing and, along with it, the requirement...

source: Surgical Restorative-Resource

Should a person's teeth be saved at all costs? Over the last decade, the answer has shifted from yes to no in favor of replacing diseased and damaged teeth with implants. But treatment of patients with periodontitis remains controversial...

source: Surgical Restorative-Resource

A new dress code for doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers calls for outfits that may be short on style, but long on what it takes to keep dangerous germs from spreading among patients. Short sleeves, bare hands and forearms and white coats that are laundered at least...

source: NBCNews.com

Scientists have begun the first human clinical trial of EDP-788, an investigational oral antibiotic intended to treat methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections. The Phase 1 trial, which will enroll as many as 64...

source: Inside Dental Assisting

Fluoride levels in drinking water do not lead to a greater risk of primary bone cancer, a new study has found. Researchers at Newcastle University found that higher levels of natural or artificial fluoride in drinking water in the U.K....

source: Compendium

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