While it’s difficult to pinpoint an exact time frame for the life of a diamond bur, a study published in the Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics stated that typical diamond burs need to be changed after five teeth preparations. You can’t afford for your diamond burs to lose cutting power after every use. Therefore, it’s vital to invest in high-quality gold diamond burs, sharpen them regularly and follow all maintenance instructions.
Dental school enrollment has reached its highest level since the 1980s. In the 2017-2018 academic year, an estimated 25,000 students […]
There are several different types of dental office sterilization equipment, and each one has its benefits and drawbacks. It’s important […]
Your patients may not like you—but don’t take it personally. According to information from Carrington College dentaphobia—the fear of going to […]
You would never drive your car for 100,000 miles without changing the oil, would you? Likewise, you should never take […]