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Showing Gratitude: The Value of Support Staff in Dentistry

Whether in clinical practice or research and education, every great dentist is held up by great support staff. While not often in the spotlight, these individuals represent the oil that keeps the gears of the dental industry turning smoothly. Quintessence … Continue reading

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Surgical Endodontics: An Inherently Conservative Approach

Dr Noah Chivian first argued for the conservative nature of surgical endodontics in a 1969 article in the Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association titled “Surgical Endodontics, A Conservative Approach”; it is now 2017, and the industry continues to … Continue reading

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