Entries by Curasan Office

Simplifying Bone Grafting for Dental Practices with curasan’s Dental Bone Grafts

When you own a dental practice, your aim has to be performing safe dental procedures, giving your patients the peace of mind and growing your practice as a business to care for a larger audience. However, the complexity of traditional bone grafting procedures involving allografts and autografts poses challenges for new and established practices. With curasan’s osteobiologic products, you have the opportunity to change.

Welcome to the new curasan

I would like to thank you for your business. I joined curasan Inc, in 2016 as President, and am excited to be here. To tell you a little about us: We are innovators for dental and orthopedic biomaterials with a 25-year history and close to 2 million bone grafts implanted. Our flagship biosynthetic product, CERASORB […]

Future of Dentistry

When many of us think about the future of dentistry, we tend to think of a new material or procedure, much like dental implants has become in the past few decades. This article will address it in another manner. We will look at the future of dentistry according to the number of dentists practicing per […]

Retaining Dental Patients

One of the best ways to retain dental patients and ensure that you’re meeting the specific needs of each of your patients is to get to know them personally. Yes, it’s important to focus on the dental needs at hand, but if you truly know your patients, you’ll be more equipped to create a successful […]

Build A Dental Practice

First Comes Dental School, then Comes What?!? For most dentists, there are a few common themes to all of their educational and professional experiences. They all have, obviously, been through the rigor of dental school. They all have had the not-so warm and pleasant feelings of crown and bridge and denture labs. They all have […]

Dentistry Ethics

Dentistry has long been viewed as a cornerstone of ethics and responsibility. This is really saying a tremendous amount considering dentistry is a self-governed profession. It would be very easy for an unethical dentist to push the limits and break the rules of the Code of Conduct. This could also be very lucrative. So, what […]

Dental Marketing Trends 2016

With new dental marketing companies popping up in every corner of the internet, it can feel a bit overwhelming when it comes to deciding what to do next. But with so many options, 2016 is the year of finding tried and true methods for marketing your dental practice. Here are just a few: Mobile Friendly […]

Benefits of Adding Dental Implants into your Practice

It can be a great strategy to incorporate dental implants into your practice. Even if you are not ready to perform implant surgery, you can learn how to handle implant-prosthetic restorations in your office. Out of all the advancements in dentistry over the past few decades, implant dentistry can provide one of the largest gains […]

Training Your Dental Staff

One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a dental professional, is not training your dental staff in a timely manner. Habits become a way of doing things, and are hard to break. It’s best that you enact operations trainings immediately after a new hire comes on board, and annually for the entire practice […]

Dental Technology

Dentists have long been known to be keen into gadgets. Much of this can be attributed to their personalities. Other parts of this can be attributed to ways that they can improve and streamline their practices. One of the biggest technologies to come along recently is digital and paperless charting. This streamlines the patient experience, […]

The Real Impact of Missing Teeth on Your Health

In the United States about 70% of adults are missing at least one tooth. Usually it is a molar that is undetectable in everyday life, but what are the effects of losing some of your teeth? Losing one or more of your teeth, if left untreated, can impact much more than just your smile. However […]

How to Speak to Dental Patients

Most of us have patients that are just like old friends. Once they’re in our chair, we’re dying to hear about their last vacation, a new house, or their grandchild. But in dentistry, there’s also a time constraint. That means we need to use the time we speak to patients in a way that also […]

An Interview with Dr. Dan Cullum

During this year’s Meisinger 2016 Annual High Altitude Comprehensive Implant Symposium, curasan Inc. was lucky enough to sit down with Dr. Dan Cullum to talk about the book Minimally Invasive Dental Implant Surgery: the new clinical text he co-wrote along with Douglas Deporter DDS. As someone who has learned, taught and developed different techniques over […]

An Interview with Dr. Scott Ganz DMD, and Dental Author

Recently curasan Inc. had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Dr. Scott Ganz about his book, ‘Computer-Guided Applications for Dental Implants, Bone Grafting, and Reconstructive Surgery’. We talked about many things and, in doing so we were able to gain insight into the mind of one of the more brilliant and established minds […]