Dentistry Tips

February 7, 2023

Future of Dentistry:
Artificial Intelligence, Teledentistry, and More

Dental technology developed slowly over the centuries. The first prototype of a toothbrush was created in 1770, with today’s mass-produced nylon brushes not hitting the market until 1938. Meanwhile, modern dental implants only date back to the 1960s. After centuries of incremental improvements, digital dentistry has led to drastic changes over the past 20 years. 3D printers and computer-aided design (CAD) allow manufacturers to create perfectly-sized implants and corrective equipment. Digital scanners and handheld intraoral cameras improve diagnostic capabilities. Advances in augmented reality help dental students hone their skills. All […]
February 1, 2023

Creating the Perfect Bedtime Routine

Getting a full night of sleep is essential to feeling your best, as it gives your body and mind time to rest and recover from the day. Unfortunately, many people struggle to get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep per night. One way to help improve the quality of your sleep is to establish a bedtime routine. This routine may range from a variety of activities, however, there are a few that are proven to improve your sleeping patterns. By consistently following the same steps every night before […]
September 1, 2022

11 Foods That Stain Your Teeth

Teeth stains can occur for a variety of reasons, but certain teeth-staining foods are more likely to cause staining than others. Coffee, tea, and red wine are all common culprits, as they contain pigments that can cling to tooth enamel. In addition, tooth enamel can be weakened by acidic foods and drinks, making it more susceptible to staining. Over time, teeth stains can affect confidence levels, oral health, and even your smile. In fact, over half of American adults feel self-conscious about their teeth. That’s why it’s essential to visit […]
June 2, 2021

17 Team Building Activities To Overcome Dental Staffing Issues

The last year and a half has been challenging. One of the hurdles I keep hearing from our customers are dental staffing issues. Employees quit, were laid off, or moved to another state. And as many other businesses these days, they are having a hard time hiring new employees. According to an ADA poll, a third of dental practices were hiring dental assistants and a quarter were hiring dental hygienists. As the dental world gets back on its feet, it’s important that you spend some time on team building to […]
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