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Sean Ryan

Sean Ryan currently serves as the Eastern Sales Director for Global Surgical. He’s been working with Global microscopes nearly since the foundation of the company, making Global his home since 1997. With over 30 years in the dental industry, Sean’s knowledge runs deep, helping our customers get the best possible experience and driving value.

endodontic equipment

Essential Equipment for an Endodontic Practice

For an endodontic practice to function at its best, investing in the right equipment is crucial. This not only facilitates efficient and effective treatment but also enhances patient care and comfort. As endodontic technology continues to advance, staying updated with the latest tools and equipment will keep your practice at the forefront of this specialized field.

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ent microscope training

Training and Education with ENT Microscopes: Illuminating the Path to Expertise in Otolaryngology

Aspiring otolaryngologists require extensive training and education. After completing medical school, individuals interested in this field typically enter a residency program, which lasts for five years. During this period, they receive hands-on training in various aspects of otolaryngology, from diagnosing common ear infections to performing intricate head and neck surgeries.

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ergonomic dental chair

Ergonomic Dental Chairs: Enhancing Comfort and Productivity for Dentists

Dentistry is a demanding profession that requires dentists to spend long hours in precise, sometimes awkward positions. The dental chair is the central hub of dental practice, and its ergonomic design plays a critical role in ensuring both patient comfort and dentist well-being. In this article, we will explore the importance of ergonomic dental chairs and how they enhance comfort, productivity, and overall health for dentists.

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surgical assistants guide to dental microscope

The Surgical Assistant’s Guide to Microscope Dentistry

So, your practice recently purchased or is now considering a dental microscope. As a surgical assistant, this could be a revolution in how you and your surgeon diagnose, create treatment plans, conduct procedures, review post-op and even more. Plus, it could improve your communication during operations, as you both now have the ability to see into the oral cavity at the same time, at higher magnification levels.

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