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OsteoTalk

11/16/2015
New research suggests therapy to knock out osteoclast function, preventing inflammatory bone loss.
11/02/2015
OsteoReady just announced a seventh course location in Salt Lake City—hello, City of the Saints! Now here's who we've tapped to teach the 2-Day Mini-Residency.
10/30/2015
Forget about tennis bracelets—nanodiamonds are shining bright in the world of dental research. These biocompatible particles might be tiny but their potential to enhance success rates is huge.
10/19/2015
OsteoReady faculty members throw clinicians some tips on bone. In other words, they give expert advice to OsteoLeaders about bone level, buccal plates, thin ridges and bone grafting for implants.
10/19/2015
The OsteoReady faculty is expanding! We're thrilled to welcome Dr. Robert C. Fazio. Dr. Fazio has been placing implants for nearly three decades, is an accomplished educator and known as a "Periodontal Guru."
10/19/2015
Bone density and loss is always an issue for implantologists. Common wisdom has been that calcium intake promotes bone health, but researchers in New Zealand are claiming there's no proof in the pudding.
10/06/2015
What's the best way to check implant stability? What's the ideal torque for a healing cap? You have questions; OsteoReady faculty have answers.
10/06/2015
"How do I figure out my implant fees?" is one of the most common questions we get. So we went to an expert to get his secret formula. Read it. Print it. Pin it up on your wall. THIS is how to structure your implant fees. Guess it's not a secret anymore!
09/27/2015
Electronic prescribing is a hot button issue in the medical and dental communities these days. New York State has mandated the use of e-prescribing software, but practitioners are up in arms over the compulsory change. What are the pros and cons?
09/22/2015
A new study in the U.K. tested whether or not patients could tell if an implant was healthy or failing. Turns out, there wasn't a statistically significant difference between the opinions of the patients and their doctors.

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