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Robert Elsenpeter
Robert Elsenpeter is a freelance writer and frequent contributor to Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics. He is also the author of 18 technology books, including the award-winning Green IT: Reduce Your Information System's Environmental Impact While Adding to the Bottom Line. As such, he’s particularly interested in the technological side of dentistry.
6 questions about infection control that you might be afraid to ask
Seeking the answers to questions about infection control will help protect your practice and your patients.
4 big benefits of resin cements
4 big benefits of resin cements
Thanks to new advancements, resin cements have made restoration placement easier, stronger and more esthetic.
5 things you need to know about personal protective equipment
Understanding when and why you need to wear PPE can help to prevent the spread of infection at your office.
6 materials lab techs need to know about
6 materials lab techs need to know about
From hybrid zirconias to 3D printed materials, there's no shortage of options at a lab's disposal.
6 materials lab techs need to know about
From hybrid zirconias to 3D printed materials, there's no shortage of options at a lab's disposal.
Achieving printing perfection with the Form 2
Achieving printing perfection with the Form 2
Why one doctor uses this 3D printer to create his surgical guides.
Why good disease prevention protocol is critical
Why good disease prevention protocol is critical
Although the significance of good infection control should be obvious, a refresher is always helpful.
Top 10 worst states to be a dentist
Top 10 worst states to be a dentist
We looked at every state and picked out the 10 worst for dentists this year.
Top 10 worst states to be a lab technician
Top 10 worst states to be a lab technician
Looking for a new job? Itching for a move? You might want to avoid these states.
The 10 worst states for dental hygienists
The 10 worst states for dental hygienists
Some places are better locations than others for hygienists to work. Unfortunately, these are not those places.