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intraoral cameras

Special Needs Dentistry: Teach How They Learn

Treating special needs patients can be challenging and rewarding — all in the same breath!  Many are faced with difficulties ranging from physical to intellectual and many times a combination of both.  Take Autism for example: it is an intellectual...

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Can an Intraoral Camera be Used for Risk Mitigation?

Infection Control Intraoral cameras are used for patient education and case presentation, but have you thought of using one to reduce disease transmission?  In the ongoing pandemic, dental practices are ever-evolving to find methods to reduce risk of infection...

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Thousands of Dentists Know the Secret — Do You?

Thousands of dentists know the secret to increasing patient case acceptance, do you? What one trick can help educate patients on a variety of conditions, increase payor acceptance and document finding all in one? Utilizing an intraoral camera does just that.

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When the Patient Sees What You See, They Can Understand What You Do

If there is a way to let the dentistry sell itself after you lay out the simple facts would you do it? Advances and affordability of technology has allowed us to do just that. One of the simplest ways is to ensure there are intraoral cameras in every operatory, the ease of use to capture an image and allow the patient to see what you see and aids the patient in understanding the needs.

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13 Tips for Buying Dental Units for Non-Traditional Settings

A traditional dental office is the “comfort zone” for most dentists and dental hygienists. This is how most of us were taught in school. Venturing out into a non-traditional setting can be very rewarding but can also present unanticipated challenges, especially when...

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Intraoral Cameras for Better Patient Education

As dental professionals, it is our job to educate our patients. As a hygienist myself, I will admit to feeling a little uncomfortable pulling out a toothbrush and demonstrating proper brushing techniques with an adult patient. It feels awkward because most patients...

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5 Things to Look for in Intraoral Cameras

We're Kind of Intraoral Camera Geeks. If you're considering adding or extending the use of intraoral cameras at your practice — great! We'd like to share a checklist of what to look for. This list is distilled from years of experience making and selling intraoral...

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Recent Posts

2020: A Year of Change and Opportunity

2020 has brought us many things, some challenging and some disguised as a silver lining. It has taught us how to adjust and adapt beginning that fateful March day when dental offices coast to coast were shut down.

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Be Prepared, Stay Open

How prepared are you this time? When COVID-19 took over the world and the US halted dental care for a period of time dental practices were left to scramble to find a way to interact and provide care to patients. Teledentistry became the normal and offices were left trying to figure out how to maneuver the new climate of care.

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