Colgate® announces the launch of its next generation Colgate Total® toothpaste designed to proactively protect hard and soft oral tissues – tongue, teeth, cheeks and gums – against the most prevalent oral diseases: gingivitis and caries.
For years, lasers have been promoted as the future of dentistry. But before pursuing a laser dentistry certification, it is important for you to evaluate your skills and practice vision to determine if this type of technology could benefit you, your practice and your patients.
Colgate Total®, the world’s first multi-benefit toothpaste, has been re-invented to work with the biology and chemistry of the mouth for better oral health outcomes vs. non-antibacterial toothpaste.
Donating your time and expertise to a volunteer dental clinic can be one of the most rewarding aspects of dentistry. It can also be intimidating at times. I have had opportunities to volunteer at a variety of different clinics and schools, and it has given me the chance to meet some selfless dental professionals, to treat some extremely grateful patients and to help underserved people in my community.
Giving back through dental volunteer work benefits patients in need and can also be personally fulfilling. Check out a list of volunteer opportunities for dental professionals.
Teaching patients about dental biofilm could be the key to motivating them to take charge of their Whole Mouth Health. But how can you explain biofilm delicate balance in terms the average person will understand?
Whether you wish to reduce your workload or expand your business, a dental practice management consultant can be a vital resource in reaching your dental practice goals.
When patients ask what causes dental caries, do you answer “sugar” or “the bugs in your mouth?” Oral microflora plays a critical role in oral health. Understanding the relationship between your body and its microorganisms can help you teach your patients how to prevent dental disease.
Complete oral health involves much more than patients brushing their teeth and flossing. It means controlling bacteria on both hard and soft tissues in the mouth and being able to overcome the daily challenges of a modern lifestyle.
Internal marketing can be as simple as “word-of-mouth marketing.” Your own patients are your greatest marketing asset as they can tell others about your office and, for instance, your gentle touch as a dentist. This offers a personal recommendation as a trusted source of new patients.