This article contains excerpted material from Decisions in Dentistry. Written by Juan Carlos Ortiz Hugues, DDS, CEAS, an Endodontist practicing in Panama. He is a...
DENTAL MICROSCOPE LEARNING HUB
Integrating a dental microscope into your practice should feel like a “win”. After all, you’re expecting to benefits from the enhanced visualization, improved treatment outcomes, and ergonomic improvements offered by your scope. But, like any new tech in your operatory, the learning curve to get proficient can seem overwhelming.
This article summarizes content published on:Updates in Clinical Dentistry written by Dr. Donato (Dino) Napoletano, a restorative dentist and long-time Global...
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.
About the Interdisciplinary Dental Education Academy (IDEA): Hands-On Microscopic Dentistry Training & More
Becoming a dentist means seeking to be a lifelong learner. This is not only because of the ever-changing nature of dentistry, but every state dental board has continuing education requirements to renew your license each renewal period.
This article contains excerpted material fromDecisions in Dentistry.Written by Juan Carlos Ortiz Hugues, DDS, CEAS, an Endodontist practicing in Panama. He is a...
The Importance of an ENT Microscope for Community Health Organizations: Elevating Care and Accessibility
Community Health Organizations (CHOs) play a pivotal role in offering affordable and accessible healthcare services to underserved populations. Oftentimes, you have a rotational schedule with specialists, such as ENTs, to travel in and out of your facility to offer specialized services to the community.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) have long presented significant challenges to the well-being and longevity of dentists. In a profession like yours, where long hours are spent performing repetitive movements in a sitting position, your risk of musculoskeletal disorders increases.
In dentistry, where precision and focus are paramount, the chair you sit on might not seem like a big deal. But talk to experienced dentists and specialists, and you’ll quickly realize that having the right chair can make all the difference.
Many facilities and university programs across the globe are looking at microsurgical labs to aid in their training and research for a variety of surgical applications.