Is it better to use patient-specific implants in orbital reconstruction? Or should you use preformed titanium mesh?
Which method is more accurate in terms of oral volume reconstruction? And which method boasts fewer complications?
On this episode of Dentist Brian Candy, I share the findings of a recent study
Administering anesthesia prior to a dental procedure is bound to cause patients some pain and anxiety.
But does the delivery system make a difference?
Do patients experience more or less discomfort when the practitioner uses a computer-assisted device as opposed to traditional anesthesia?
On this episode of Dentist Brian Candy,
In the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen multiple cases of dental implant failure, all of which were entirely preventable.
So, what’s behind these failures?
What can we do to identify and treat implant failures? And prevent similar problems moving forward?
On this episode of Dentist Brian Candy, I share
‘There is no such thing as a good memory or a bad memory.
There's only a trained memory and an untrained memory.’
The brain acts like a muscle: If you don’t use it, you lose it. But the rote memorization most of us were taught is not the
On this episode of Dentist Brain Candy, we continue our discussion of the book, Limitless by Jim Kwik. Today I'm discussing Part IV: Limitless Methods. Chapter 11 of the book is devoted to the discussion of focus. We all have so many things competing for our attention;
On this episode of Dentist Brain Candy, I cover two thought-provoking articles from the October 2021 edition of the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The first one, by Jeffrey C. Posnick, DMD, MD, discusses in depth the milestone contributions of notable surgeons and orthodontist pioneers in