Dr. Paul Sauget describes how he takes his experience practicing in the U.S. mainland to the island of Guam and delivers the quality he wants for his patients using the latest technology Dr. Paul Sauget is home again. In 2018, he set up practice in the U.S. Territory of Guam and could not be happier …Read Article
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Dr. Alyssa Emory-Carter achieves high-quality treatment, close patient follow-up, and patient satisfaction with DentalMonitoring DentalMonitoring is a remote monitoring solution that catapults orthodontic practices into growth mode. The AI analyzes, detects, and reports on 130-plus oral observations. The technology brings the doctor and patient closer during treatment and improves patient compliance while reducing unnecessary and …Read Article
Drs. Stuart Frost and Trevor Nichols discuss how they make their orthodontic treatments more efficient, predictable, and differentiated from others in their market Relationships help give life meaning and joy. Whether it’s family, friends, or coworkers, the quality of these relationships can have a significant impact on our happiness and can make life feel complete. …Read Article
Béatrice and Diane Robichaud explain how Panthera’s cutting-edge technology is transforming treatment experiences The French have played a distinguished role in the development of new dental technology. In 1973, a dentist named Dr. François Duret is credited with having invented CAD/CAM dentistry in his DDS thesis, “Optical Printing.” By the late 1980s, he had developed …Read Article
Finding LightForce At 39-years old, Dr. Chris Bonebreak Jackson has been a mechanical engineer, a bond trader, a dental faculty member, a patent holder, and an orthodontist. Patients call her Dr. Jackson. Three daughters call her mom. At LightForce, she’s Bones. Like her monikers and her careers, she defies a singular definition. Now she brings …Read Article
Dr. Lynn Hurst explains the benefits of this affordable and accessible orthodontic system Achieving a healthy smile that patients can be proud of — whether in terms of functional, clinical, or cosmetic correction — ideally should have as many barriers removed as possible. Yet approximately 75% of Americans could still benefit from orthodontic treatment.1 Figure …Read Article
Suzanne Wilson, Chief Operating Officer of Gaidge, discusses the importance of monitoring performance, analyzing practice metrics, and making decisions While the pandemic continues to be a part of our lives, we now have the rear-view understanding of how this disruption has affected people and industry. We’ve experienced the unexpected high of the pandemic-driven economic spike …Read Article
Drs. Barry D. Raphael, Mark A. Cruz, Richard D. Roblee, and Ellen Crean-Binion discuss how structure, function, and behavior affect airflow The wrong question The amount of time orthodontists have wasted polarizing around issues such as extraction versus nonextraction, one-phase versus two-phase, and now around the issue of “airway orthodontics” attests to an overall lack …Read Article