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Facing an economic slowdown, dentists delay big purchases
February 6, 2009 -- As recessionary ripples spread across the U.S. economy, dentists and dental product manufacturers alike are suffering the consequences.  Discuss
Endo vs. implant battle heats up
February 5, 2009 -- Which is better, an implant or root canal therapy? After publishing a study that shows root-canal-treated teeth last longer, endodontists are now claiming that these teeth also chew better than implants. Implant experts beg to differ.  Discuss
Dentists can no longer avoid technology
February 4, 2009 -- Technology advances in the dental profession "are like a tsunami," says Dr. Helaine Smith in her latest The Mouth Physician column. And that's a good thing!  Discuss
Dental pioneers jump into ozone
February 3, 2009 -- Hear the word "ozone" and most people think about the protective layer of gas in the atmosphere -- the one with the hole in it. But some enterprising U.S. dentists are beginning to treat their patients with it -- and beginning to swear by it.  Discuss
Maxillofacial radiologists need to speak up
February 2, 2009 -- Oral and maxillofacial radiologists have not done a very good job of marketing their skills to the dental community, argues Dr. Edwin Parks -- a radiologist himself -- in his latest Talking Pictures column.  Discuss
Christensen: 90% of impressions are defective
January 30, 2009 -- BOSTON - Dentists are making bad impressions, in more ways than one, said Gordon Christensen, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D., at the Yankee Dental Congress. Sloppy technique for modeling teeth is one of the biggest problems facing dentistry, according to the dean of U.S. tooth doctors.  Discuss
Dentists or patients: Who should get the insurance check?
January 30, 2009 -- Insurance companies and dentists in Indiana are clashing over legislation that could change the way dental procedures there are reimbursed.  Discuss
Unlocking the secrets of autistic patients
January 29, 2009 -- BOSTON - Dentists should not rush to sedate their autistic patients, an expert on the condition said at the Yankee Dental Congress on Thursday. While it may take weeks -- even months -- to create a working relationship with these patients, it's well worth the effort.  Discuss
Study finds Invisalign only 41% effective
January 29, 2009 -- Want to work with Invisalign? At first glance it all seems ... clear. Most orthodontic patients prefer a smile full of translucent plastic to the glint of metal. But can it take the place of braces?  Discuss
Minn. shapes future of midlevel providers
January 27, 2009 -- Midlevel dental providers -- aka "superhygienists" -- could soon be performing extractions, restorations, and more in Minnesota. A 13-member work group has submitted its proposal for the creation of an oral health practitioner to the state Legislature.  Discuss
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