Archive for 'Your Practice'

The Contributions of Dental Plaster Traps

When it comes to maintaining a successful dental operatory, many key components come into play. Equipment can range from dental cabinetry to more simplistic and smaller scale items such as dental plaster traps. Often times, these smaller pieces of equipment can be overlooked. However, they contribute on a large scale basis to the overall functioning of […]

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Dental Air Compressors

Between silent, mini, and oil free models, the selection of dental air compressors is both widespread and vast. As modern technology advances and as the options of dental air compressors expand, selecting and purchasing a new model can seem somewhat overwhelming. Information on choosing the right compressor is somewhat scarce but there are a few […]

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The 411 on Dental Stools

A dental stool is an essential piece of equipment for any dental office. Dental stools allow the dentist to look at a patient’s mouth easily and effectively. They provide the dentists with a platform from which they can diagnose patients as well as take further action to perform procedures and cleanings. Dental stools help the dentist, […]

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Top Reasons to Buy at Dental Planet

At Dental Planet we deliver the highest quality dental equipment at the best prices. Specializing in refurbished dental equipment and affordably priced new equipment makes it possible for us to offer our customers significant savings. But we don’t stop there. We offer a wide variety of services within the Dental Industry.This week we have compiled […]

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Expensive Equipment or $1,700,000+ for Retirement?

by  Dr. Woody Oakes Purchasing equipment can be both confusing and expensive. There are numerous choices and companies to choose from. Then, there are gadgets, upgrades and options that can easily raise a new office price to upwards of $80,000 per operatory. As I wrote in Buyer Beware, “one poor decision can drastically change your future.” […]

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The Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act

The ‘Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act’ of 2010 has recently extended the enhanced Section 179 deductions of 2008 / 2009 into 2010. Congress has also extended the amount that small business may write-off for capital expenditures. This means that businesses can now write-off up to $250,000 of qualified dental equipment and dental management software […]

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