Dental Products Report

6 scary consequences of not following good infection control practices
6 scary consequences of not following good infection control practicesAn exploration of some of the problems and practice-endangering penalties that can occur due to poor infection control protocols.
The state of dental implants in 2017
The state of dental implants in 2017Our annual look at innovations in the implant workflow.
The top 5 things you NEVER want to hear a patient say
The top 5 things you NEVER want to hear a patient sayThese five complaints will make any dental professional cringe.
The top 5 things patients NEVER want to hear a dentist say
The top 5 things patients NEVER want to hear a dentist sayThese dreaded words can be the difference between treatment acceptance or a quick sprint to the door.
5 ways to counteract neck pain
5 ways to counteract neck painNeck pain is a common problem plaguing dental professionals, but taking these five steps can help.
4 extreme measures taken in the name of infection control
4 extreme measures taken in the name of infection controlSometimes dental practices make their lives more difficult than they need to.
Using detection tools to prevent oral cancer: A product roundup
Using detection tools to prevent oral cancer: A product roundupDentists are the front line of defense when it comes to detecting oral cancer.
The top things our dental experts are excited about in 2017
The top things our dental experts are excited about in 2017DPR spoke with several experts in our industry about what they are excited for in the dental industry in 2017—and what you should be excited for, too!
E-book Series, Part 1: Golden Digital: The New Age of Dentistry
E-book Series, Part 1: Golden Digital: The New Age of DentistryDigital dentistry appears in so many unique forms, from practice management software and patient education systems to intraoral imaging and caries detection devices.
Are dentists prescribing too many opioids?
Are dentists prescribing too many opioids?Whatever the dental treatment, you know the patient will likely have pain after the anesthesia wears off. You should write them a prescription for a strong analgesic medication… or should you?