A Hot Tip For Handling Your Anterior Composite Emergency Patients
When emergencies happen, your standard routine for anterior composite restorations might not cut it - so what should you do?Courtney Lavigne | 4 years ago ›
Hearing Loss In the Dental Practice: What's the Real Risk?
Hearing loss among dentists isn't uncommon - are you taking care of yourself?Courtney Lavigne | 4 years ago ›
Why Glutaraldehyde Is Not Just for Desensitization
Dentists know glutaraldehyde desensitizes, but did you know it could also make your bonds last longer? Here's how.Courtney Lavigne | 4 years ago ›
Owner vs. Associate - Who Has It Better?
What are the pros and cons of dental practice ownership vs. being an associate?Courtney Lavigne | 4 years ago ›
Tooth Extrusion For Implant Site Development: What Your Team Needs To Know
What do you need to know in order to get your entire interdisciplinary team on the same page about tooth extrusion for implant site development?Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
Why Adhesive On Your Instrument Is Negatively Affecting Your Bond Strength
Are you struggling with stickiness while placing composites? Make sure this isn't your issue.Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
A Protocol For Symptom-Free Direct Composites
This article will help you analyze your protocol for placing composites and determine what you might need to change in order to minimize sensitivity and...Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
A Treatment Alternative for Retained Primary Molars
Learn how to treat retained primary molars in a way that will ensure long-term stability.Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
Increased Success With Single-Tooth Restorations
This tool might be worth a try for your single-tooth restorations.Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
How to Avoid Becoming a "CE Hobbyist"
When it comes to implementing your new CE skills in your practice and with your entire team, are you doing so fully and successfully? This article is...Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
3 Tips for Talking to Your Patients About Esthetics
Discussing esthetics with your patients can sometimes be a little tricky - here are some tips for having the best discussion possible.Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›
A Solution to Intra-office Communication That Doesn't Involve Sticky Notes
Relying on sticky notes to communicate with your dental team can make for sticky situations - here's a tip for easier, more reliable intraoffice communication.Courtney Lavigne | 5 years ago ›