Louise Gagnoneditorial@drbicuspid.comIntraoral ScannersDoes digital dentistry scare you? Here's how to get startedDigital dentistry is transforming dental practice, and there may be good reasons to delve into it if you haven't already. Three digital dentistry experts shared their tips and advice for getting started with intraoral scanning and other types of technology.October 28, 2021Dental SpecialtiesHow to use KPI data for practice successKeeping data on key performance indicators (KPIs) and financial figures is key to the viability and success of a dental practice, according to leaders in the dental industry. That's because data alone are not beneficial unless the information is related to something else in the practice.October 19, 2021Dental SpecialtiesExperts tout the tech that has changed their practiceTechnologies used in both the front and back of the office in a dental practice can create efficiencies, improve workflow, and serve as ingredients to improve productivity and profitability. Leading experts touted their favorite innovations, from scanners to voice-controlled charting software.August 31, 2021Team Management5 metrics to measure practice performanceDentistry has faced numerous challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, but leaders in dentistry are unanimous in their opinion that a practice can still grow -- regardless of the outside circumstances. What is the key? Using objective measures and metrics to monitor various aspects of your practice.August 31, 2021Dental PracticeFoster kids face barriers to good oral healthYouths with a history of foster care are more at risk of having poor oral health and are less likely to see a dentist for a specific dental problem or for routine care than those who have not been in foster care, according to a study published online June 2 in the Journal of the American Dental Association.June 13, 2021Team Management6 strategies to up your leadership gameGen. Douglas MacArthur, one of the most distinguished U.S. military leaders, was not a dentist and never led a dental practice. But when consultants who coach dental professionals on how to make practices thrive think about leadership, many think of a quote attributed to MacArthur.May 12, 2021WellnessFeeling burned out? Here's what to do about itResearchers had noticed an increasing trend of dental professionals and dental students reporting burnout. So when the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year, it only exacerbated the phenomenon of burnout among dental professionals and other types of healthcare workers.May 12, 2021PediatricsHow is the pandemic affecting pediatric oral care?The COVID-19 pandemic has meant decreased access to pediatric dental care and will likely result in poorer oral health in children, according to a new editorial out of the U.K. Action on a national scale is needed to reverse the decline.February 1, 2021CardiovascularStudy links missing teeth to cardiovascular diseaseAmericans with no teeth were significantly more likely to also have cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of mortality in the U.S., than individuals who did not have any missing teeth, according to research presented on October 2 at the American College of Cardiology Middle East Conference 2019.October 2, 2019Page 1 of 1Top StoriesDental HygieneOral health tied to HNC survivalBetter oral health is tied to increased survival from head and neck cancer (HNC).HomeGa. dentist has the world’s largest trove of toothpaste tubesDental HygieneStudents turn to lotus plant to design fog-free face masksDental AssistantDANB to offer RHS exam in Spanish in 2024Sponsor ContentWe care about what you think.