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Supreme Court to decide future of teeth whitening industry

Teeth whitening and bleaching procedures are driving growth in the American dental hygiene market. However, all is not well within this lucrative sector. Battle lines between nondentists and dentists grow deeper by the day. Nondentist teeth whiteners contend that this is...

source: By Piyush Bakshi
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It's a great idea to stay in close touch with your patients and prospective patients. One of the best ways to do that is a regular email campaign — sending informative content to your people on a very regular basis. Unfortunately, you've probably discovered that not...

source: DrBiscupid.com

Most practices have patients in their database the staff hasn't seen in quite some time. These individuals fall off the schedule for many reasons — their insurance changes, they miss an appointment and never reschedule or they find another dentist. Whatever the reason,...

source: DentistryiQ

Oral biologist Daniel H. Fine and his team at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine have tracked more than 2,500 Newark children since 2007 to chart the progression of a rare form of gum disease that afflicts African-American...

source: Rutgers University via News-Medical.Net

The concept is pretty simple. You perform the dentistry, and patients pay you for your services. Yet, many practices struggle with collections and that, of course, is hurting their bottom line. If you want to improve your collections ratio, which should be at 98 percent,...

source: DrBicuspid.com

The dental community should be a little more wary of articles detailing clinical trials published in peer-reviewed journals, according to a new review of clinical trials in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The author of the paper discovered that the findings...

source: DrBicuspid.com

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms that nearly 1 out of 2 U.S. adults age 30 and over — 64.7 million Americans — has periodontitis, the advanced form of periodontal disease. The findings, reported in the Journal of Periodontology,...

source: AAP


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