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  • Bubbles 10:28 am on May 30, 2011 Permalink  

    Dental Marketing 

    For most effective dental marketing, checkdent will let you know about incoming enquiries, at which point you have the option of upgrading your basic listing to an active Checkdent profile in order to directly contact potential new patients. Checkdent can help you find a dentist in my area very quickly. From just USD 99 per month you can run an active personal profile including full access to the Checkdent Community. Moreover, you can enhance your profile with features such as guest blog posts on Checkdent’s popular Dental Blog and an introductory video of your dental practice. Maximize Traffic with a Featured Listing and dental marketing. Why choose a featured listing? A featured listing catapults your profile (including a photo) into the spotlight of our homepage and guarantees top search result ranking, enhanced by an image and highlighted details. Click here for a summary of our services and offers: Checkdent Profile Options and Rates. If you have questions or would like further information, please don’t hesitate to contact the Checkdent Team.

     
  • Bubbles 3:16 pm on May 25, 2011 Permalink  

    Cauter in Dentistry 

    The cauter in dentistry is a surgical instrument that is used in the obliteration (cauterization) of tissue. During cauterization, heat is used to destroy tissue in order to stop bleeding or assist in the removal of a benign tumor. In the picture you can see the cauter tool with the cauter handle and its various applications. Try and find a dentist who will inform you further regarding this topic. In dentistry, the cauter is mainly used for gum removal and/or to stop bleeding prior to taking a tooth impression. If there is bleeding, the impression will provide inconclusive tooth borders. The impression material might flow around the borders inaccurately and the technician will not be able to produce a leakage-free denture (for example crowns). There will be more about this in the video entitled “tooth impression.”

     

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