A modern approach doesn’t require dentists to choose between efficiency or patient satisfaction, because it bridges between both. by Brett E. Gilbert, DDS “Patient-centered care” may be new buzzword in general health care, but it’s certainly nothing new to dentistry. Dentistry is a competitive profession; patients have always been pretty firmly in control of selecting […]
Full day lecture covering all aspects of endodontic treatment including: diagnosis, anesthesia, radiology, CBCT, access, canal location, irrigation, instrumentation, obturation, retreatment techniques, post removal, separated instrument removal, perforation repair, surgical techniques, pharmacology and more.
On a balmy July evening last summer, I received a text message with a very exciting and unique invitation. The invitation was to perform a live root canal treatment in front of 500 dentists at the Greater New York Dental Meeting in New York City. My initial reaction was one of pure excitement and adrenaline!
“IF YOUTH ONLY KNEW; if age only could.” That classic French proverb, which captures perfectly the seeming futility of so much human endeavor, gets turned on its tête by the 10 all-star educators on these two pages, who despite their relative youth possess both the considerable knowledge and the pedagogical means to transmit it.
To truly feel the current pulse in dentistry, you must listen to what other dentists are thinking and saying. Online message boards are a great place to participate in the conversations that dentists are having. These forums give us a sense of the current trends.