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Mary Brook here. I sat down with April Burusa dental assistant at Dr. Anthony Feck’s office and a continuing education trainer—to get the lowdown on what it’s like to work in a practice that implements both sedation and implants.

First, let's hit the most obvious question when it comes to implementing sedation for implant cases: Why? Sedation is a fantastic option for any practice that places implants. It provides a more pleasant and relaxing experience for the patient, who in turn will sing the praises of this pleasant and relaxing visit to their friends.

Whether it's a second chance at love, an opportunity to retake a test or a second shot at a first impression—everyone deserves the chance to try again.

At OsteoReady™, we believe in second chances.


On July 4th, 1776 some pretty smart guys (John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, etc.) signed a document that another pretty smart guy (Thomas Jefferson) wrote. "We hold these truths to be self-evident" begins the second paragraph, and with that, history was made.


Let’s face the facts: the demand for implant dentistry is rapidly growing.


Strip away the inventive technology, take away the continually-evolving techniques, the gizmos and the gadgets and what’s left? A pure, unadulterated love for what I do: providing the absolute best implantology treatments for patients in need.


In the November issue of Dental Product Shopper, we gave away free OsteoConverters to 10 lucky individuals. Winning a shiny new toy is exciting, but so is having your name announced on this blog, so here goes:


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