Week in Review: Injectable anesthetics compared | 7-year production trends | Win the stress game

Dear DrBicuspid Member,

One reason patients cite for avoiding dental treatment is fear of pain during and after a procedure. Researchers conducted a comprehensive review of published studies to see if one injectable anesthetic worked better than others in different clinical situations. Their findings might help guide your clinical practice. Read more here.

It's always an excellent idea for dentists and team members to know what numbers are making an impact on their practice's bottom line. It is even better when you can compare your practice's numbers to other practices. Alitta Boechler of Sikka Software helps you do just that with a look at the seven-year trends of five key practice production numbers. Learn more here.

Dr. Roger P. Levin explores practical ways you can tackle stress in his latest monthly column, based on the most thought-provoking topics from the Dental Business Study Clubs. This month, he shares ideas to decrease and manage your stress. Read more here.

Practice management means more than just the latest software or marketing program. Managing your practice means understanding what is occurring in all aspects of your practice in terms of people and production. Look to our Practice Management Community for a wide range of practical content that can help you with this.

As two-piece implants have become standard, adherence of the crown to the abutment is critical for implant success. Researchers tested four different CAD/CAM implant-supported crown materials to measure their retention values and found cobalt-chromium crowns offered the most resistance. Learn more here.

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