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- “The Five Ws of Intraoral Sensors” | Articulator
Robert Pauley, D.M.D., explains why spring is the perfect time to take a second look at your intraoral sensor to make sure it’s meeting all your diagnostic needs.
- “Endodontics and Implantoloy: Odd Couple or Opposites Attract” | Endodontic Practice
Should endodontists be placing implants? Whatever the answer may be, Carestream Dental’s US&C 3D director, Jordan Reiss, looks at the pros and cons, the facts and the myths, of endodontists placing implants.
- “The Revolution Will Be Digitized” | Dental Products Report
If you haven’t considered transitioning from film to digital, Ed Shellard, D.M.D., some of the latest features that may make the transition easier.
- “The Case of the Smoking Gun” | Dental Economics
This mystery was no match for Jay Cazes, D.D.S., who used CBCT imaging to help him crack the case.
- “Treating Maxillary Central Incisors Following a Significant Traumatic Event” | Inside Dentistry
Joseph Greenberg, D.M.D., provides exceptional care for a long-time patient using an intraoral scanner, a huge advancement compared to the technology used to treat the patient when he first presented in 1988.
- “Immediate Loading Dental Implants for Today’s Patient”| Implant Practice
When a patient needed all his teeth extracted due to caries and periodontal disease, the CS 8100 3D system helped Ara Nazarian, D.D.S., to accurately plan the case that required extraction, grafting and implant placement within one visit.
- “Predictability, Stability and Profitability: Finally Get Control of Your Overhead” | Dental Economics
Consultant Adele Reische shares her tips for taking a look at practice’s overhead and planning for the future. For example, some equipment purchases, such as an intraoral scanner, can impact forecasting in more ways than one.
“In the Office: Efficiency at Work” | Orthodontic Products
This head orthodontic assistant in Houston, Texas, keeps things running smoothly at his practice with the help of CS OrthoTrac practice management software.
“An Inside Job” | Dentaltown
Have you ever wondered what makes your intraoral sensor tick? Regional product line manager for intraoral, Gil Orenstein, takes you layer by layer to discover the technology inside a sensor.
“Providing Fixed Provisionals on Immediately Placed Implants” | The Profitable Dentist
To be absolutely certain complications wouldn’t arise during treatment, Ara Nazarian, D.D.S., used his CS 8100 3D system to accurately plan a case requiring immediate implants.
- “Making Magical Moments with Implants” | Implant Practice
High praise from Jase Hackney, D.M.D., MICOI, FAAIP, who lists his CS 8100 3D as one of his “Top 10 Favorites” in this Practice Profile.
- Buying New Toys for Your Dental Office” | Dentistry IQ
Stacey Simmons, D.D.S., shares her first impression of the CS 3600 intraoral scanner. In addition to being fast, her patients love it—and they love to tell their friends about it. A “win-win,” according to Simmons.
- “Welcome to Digital Orthodontics” | Orthotown
Roy Scott, D.D.S., offers his own clear aligner therapy in-office with the assistance of an open-system intraoral scanner and a 3D printer.
- “Hello, Have You Met My CBCT System?” | Dental Economics
Joseph Chikvashvili, D.D.S., uses his CBCT system to help build his referral network.
- “Technology in Action: How Embracing Digital Dentistry Opens Up Possibilities” | Digital Esthetics
One lab owner explores how technology—particularly the CS 3500 intraoral scanner—has impacted his workflow.
- “Investing in a CBCT System—the Must-Haves, the Nice-to-Haves and Where to Splurge” | Endodontic Practice US
Learn which questions to ask to determine the right CBCT system for you.
- “CBCT Provides Clarity of Prognosis” | Endodontic Practice US
In this clinical case, Mark Limosani, D.M.D., shares how his CS 8100 3D provided insight on a case when 2D radiographs and traditional testing proved inconclusive.
- “Technology’s Payoff” | Orthodontic Products
Learn how a CS 3600 intraoral scanner helped Mark Causey, D.M.D., build a trusting relationship with his autistic patient while also positively changing the course of planned treatment.
- “7 Unexpected Benefits of CBCT (the 6th One Might Surprise You)” | Dental Economics
After using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) for any length of time, you get used to discovering the unexpected. As Jay Cazes, D.D.S., FAGD, said during a discussion with Ed Shellard, D.M.D., “It almost becomes pedestrian.”
- “A Winning Combination” | Orthotown
For John Pobanz, D.D.S., CBCBT simulations help dictate placement of miniscrews in and near the midpalatal suture for successful maxillary molar intrusion in these two cases using the CS 9300 system.
- “Do You Really Need an Intraoral Camera?” | The New Dentist
The answer is “yes,” and Gil Orenstein, product line manager for extraoral imaging, shares tips for what new doctors should look for in an intraoral camera.
- “How-to: Using Imaging Date for Better Surgical Outcomes” | Dental Product Reports
David Little, D.D.S., uses a combination of a CS 3500 intraoral scanner and a CS 9300 system to guarantee more predictable results.
- “A Radiologist’s View on In-Office CBCT” | Dental Economics
Ed Shellard, D.M.D., discusses 3D imaging trends in dentistry with an oral radiology specialist, Jeffery Price, D.D.S.
- “Ask the Right Questions; Invest in the Right CBCT Solution” | Endodontic Practice US
Carestream Dental national sales director for 3D imaging, Jordan Reiss shares the must-haves, nice-to-haves and the splurges when doctors are looking to invest in a CBCT system.
- “Case Planning to Final Restoration of a Congenitally Missing Mandibular Left Second Premolar” | Implant Practice US
Bart Silverman, D.M.D., plans a case, fabricates a custom-milled abutment and fabricates and inserts a crown following a complete digital workflow that includes the CS 3500 intraoral scanner and a CS 9300 system.
- “The Next Level of Scanning: Faster, Easier, Smarter” | Dental Product Shopper
In this interview with Dental Product Shopper, Ed Shellard, D.M.D, vice president of sales and marketing, gives the behind-the-scenes story of what went into designing the new CS 3600 intraoral scanner.
- “10 Ways to Make a Great Impression” | Dental Products Report
Everyone has a trick for taking the perfect impression. John Aguirre, regional product line manager for Carestream Dental’s CS Solutions CAD/CAM portfolio, shares his.
- “5 reasons to use digital impressions” | Digital Esthetics
Considering the many benefits that digital impressions have, it’s no wonder more labs are adopting a digital workflow.. John Aguirre, regional product line manager for Carestream Dental’s CS Solutions CAD/CAM portfolio, sheds light on just a few of those benefits.
- “Interview with Edwards Shellard, D.M.D., Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Carestream Dental” | Dentistry Today
What’s new with Carestream Dental? Ed Shellard, D.M.D., vice president of sales and marketing, shares what’s new and exciting with the company—including its brand promise and CS 3600 intraoral scanner.
- “The Digital Revolution” | Dental Product Shopper
US&C director of equipment, David Roudergues, shares his predictions for the future of digital dentistry, including intraoral scanners and cone beam computed tomography.
- “Impressing a Prospective Patient” | Orthodontic Products Online
Which factors influence whether someone will choose a doctor for treatment? Matt Hendrickson, national sales director for orthodontics (and father of three), has high expectations for his children’s doctor.
- “Meet the New Intraoral Sensor” | Dentaltown
Digital intraoral sensors have come a long way since the technology was patented over 30 years ago. Robert Pauley Jr., D.M.D., shares some of the new features that differentiate digital sensors today.