Phillip L. Brown, DDS[email protected]HomeVeterinary dentists face unique challengesThink of the last endo procedure you performed. You probably had a working length of around 20 mm, right? Now imagine instrumenting and irrigating a canal more than 50 mm long.December 2, 2010RestorationsTestNovember 25, 2010RestorationsThe advantages of dedicated core buildupsWhy choose a core composite over a universal composite for buildup procedures? There are many reasons, but one of the most important is cost.October 24, 2010RestorationsUnraveling the mysteries of glass ionomersWhat exactly are glass ionomers, and which indications are these unique restorative materials most appropriate for? You might be surprised at the answers.September 20, 2010RestorationsAdhesive classifications: Science or marketing?Are you using a fifth-, sixth-, or seventh-generation bonding adhesive? Who decides what generation it is, and what constitutes a new generation -- the number of steps involved or something else? Here is one attempt to decipher what often seems to be little more than marketing speak.September 1, 2010RestorationsFlowable composites: The unsung heroes of bondingOnce thought to be a passing fad, flowable composites have become a versatile workhorse in aesthetic dental procedures.August 16, 2010Page 1 of 1Top StoriesPractice TrendsThe cost barrier: How out-of-pocket expenses are impacting dental care accessIn the first episode of a yearlong series, which is sponsored by CareCredit, we evaluate the numbers and trends from the Synchrony "Dental Lifetime of Care Study" that every dental practice should know.Legal IssuesThe latest on the Change Healthcare hackMalpracticeDentist must pay $11M for delayed diagnosisCosmeticThis viral tongue exercise may cause teeth, jaw issuesSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.