The manuals address efficiency, scripting, and clinical concerns facing an orthodontic practice.
Dental professionals and dental laboratories that purchase gray goods often have no knowledge of who has made contact with the materials nor how the vendor might have altered the product.
Oasys Practice continues to provide practices with actionable information to drive success
The AAO will hold two free ICD-10 webinars for AAO members and staff this month, providing in-depth information about the ICD-10 requirements.
Whip Mix will be the exclusive global distributor for DDME’s home monitoring system and oral appliance system in the dental market.
Left to right: Bethany Chong, Amanda Budiman, Heather Stephens, Natalie Dang, Nicole Ranney, and Kristina Sakas. Seated: Glenn Sameshima, DDS.
For the first time since the orthodontic residency program was established at the University of Southern California, the current class is comprised of all women.
Created by AAOF, the new award honors the career of the late Charles Burstone, DDS, MS, and will fund future study of the field of biomechanics and other emerging technologies.
The ADA Foundation created the award in 2014 to honor Dr David Whiston, who has served the oral health profession through many important leadership roles including as ADA President and president of the ADA Foundation Board of Directors.
OrthoBus: An orthodontic practice on wheels
The Gini Awards, which will be held at the National World War I Museum and Memorial, honors orthodontists, referring dentists, volunteers, sponsors, and board members who have gone “above and beyond” to support Smiles Change Lives’ mission.
The Kavo Kerr donation was distributed to America’s/Canada’s ToothFairy Affiliate Network to provide oral health services to underserved families.
The Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP) is asking for program ideas for its June 2016 Annual Infection Control Symposium.
The American Dental Hygienists’s Association (ADHA) has released a white paper that looks at the transformation of the dental hygienists role in the overall healthcare system.
The ADA Health Policy Institute will hold a free 1-hour webinar September 29, 2015, looking at its recently released analysis of dental care utilization between 2005 and 2013 nationwide.
Kathy Kell, DDS, of Davenport, Iowa, was elected at FDI’s recent congress in Bangkok, Thailand.
In the report, ADA President Maxine Feinberg, DDS, highlights the continuing disparity in oral healthcare and calls for reforms at the state and federal levels to address the problem.
The Smile Contest is part of OHA’s annual Fall for Smiles campaign, which aims to educate Americans every September and October about the importance of good oral health.
Jack van’t Groenewout (Jack Vant) will oversee the design and execution of the company’s imaging and software growth strategies in the United States and Canada.
From left to right: Paul Findly, director of marketing, CareCredit; Cindy Hearn, SVP, branding & communications, CareCredit; and Gene Wurth executive director, ADA Foundation at a Give Kids A Smile oral health education event.
Part of CareCredit’s support of Give Kids a Smile program was recently used to sponsor NASCAR oral health education events for Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis.
The company unveiled its new ORTHO SW software and CEREC AF digital impression camera, as well as two new treatment centers, at the Las Vegas event.