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How to create your best year ever

Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald discuss how to develop a team of peak performers It almost seems counterintuitive that dental practices could be experiencing their best year ever. Considering the numerous demands being placed on dental practices through governmental mandates, lockdowns, new COVID-19 safety protocols, inflation, etc., one would naturally assume that having …

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The Endodontic Triad: dead or alive?

Dr. John West shares colleagues’ perceptions on improving performance and increasing endodontic predictability Introduction “Change is the only constant.” The Greek philosopher Heraclitus is credited for speaking one of nature’s absolute rules about time and change. However, perhaps because events and things like inventions were slow to change 2,500 years ago, Heraclitus did not mention …

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The reciprocal effect of electronic apex locators and implantable cardiac defibrillator

Drs. Roy Gadassi, David Keinan, Ritz Shlomi, and Iris Slutzky-Goldberg study the impact of electronic dental devices on the function of pacemakers and ICD Abstract Introduction: The purpose of this ex vivo study was to evaluate the potential electromagnetic interference from an electronic apex locator (EAL) on the function of an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD). …

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Retreatment with GentleWave® of teeth that did not respond to traditional multi-visit treatment: a case series of five patients

Dr. Rick Schwartz discusses retreatment of five cases with varying outcomes Abstract Introduction: The GentleWave® device is claimed to provide more complete irrigation of the root canal system than traditional irrigation methods, potentially resulting in better treatment outcomes. One way to measure the efficacy of a clinical technique or device is to use it to …

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