State legislation to elevate the profession and crack away at the gray market gains momentum
Trends in Dentistry
How independent laboratories and larger entities envision coexisting in a future with more work to be done
Digital denture technology, already very viable, continues to improve
Laboratory executives with business backgrounds share critical approaches for winning
Read on to see how, in dentistry, AI/ML is already being used in dental radiographic analysis and interpretation.
Learn why, in 2020 and beyond, new dentists should be able to replace their traditional/analog full prosthetic processes with digital dental workflows.
This article offers tips on how to keep up with all the new iterations and innovations in technology to make the critical decision on what system(s) will work best for your business.
This article explores how several technologies in dentistry are constantly evolving and will become only more capable and practical in the future.
In this article, we discuss how innovation continues to proliferate in new and exciting directions for the dental laboratory, often even overlapping.
IDT Executive Editor Daniel Alter, MSc, MDT, CDT, explores hot topics in dental impantology. Angled screw channel abutments, high-performance polymers, and general practitioners placing implants.
Using emotional intelligence to ensure optimal outcomes
Digital solutions range from e-commerce to manufacturing management and patient services
The world of orthodontics is rapidly transitioning from traditional wire retainers and appliances to clear aligners fabricated with the use of CAD/CAM technologies
Dental education is witnessing a new trend as dental schools reintroduce dental laboratory education curricula and incorporate digital dental laboratory facilities