Simplify

This is what we all strive to do. This is a column created to embody a hands-on approach toward user-friendly solutions for our lives.

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by the Editor Sheri Doniger

This is what we all strive to do. This is a column created to embody a hands-on approach toward user-friendly solutions for our lives.

Each month I discuss concepts relating to women dentists, their lives, and their work. I focus on alternative dental products, Web sites, books, concepts, and organizations that simplify our world.

By the Editor DR. SHERI DONIGER

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KaVo DIAGNOdent
(www.kavo.com)
Don’t miss one of the best patient-education tools. Using fluorescence, the DIAGNOdent peers into enamel to detect carious breakdown. When monitored early, caries may be introduced to therapeutic interventions. The louder the sound, the greater the risk of deep decay. DIAGNOdent is worth the investment because sometimes large areas of fluorescence do not appear on radiographs or are undetectable with an explorer. Visit www.kavo.com or call (800) 323-8029.

Waterpik® Sensonic® Professional Toothbrush

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(www.professional.waterpik.com)
An electric toothbrush only available through dental offices? The Waterpik Sensonic Professional Toothbrush is the one. This brush is 25 percent more effective in removing plaque than other sonic brushes. It is excellent for noncompliant patients and those with limited dexterity. It comes with two heads and an interproximal cleaner. Waterpik offers complimentary CE and patient education. For more information or rebate forms, logon to www.professional.waterpik.com or call (800) 525-2020.

Mailorder Gardening Association

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(www.mailordergardening.com)™
Do you want to work on your garden, but you don’t know where or how to begin? This Web site offers a compilation of Web sites for mail ordering gardening supplies. Want perennials? Click and find a list of more than 30 companies that offer perennials. For us who are not exactly landscape architects, clicking on links provides information about what to do when your plants arrive, catalog glossaries, and a kids’ planting site. For more information, go to www.mailordergardening.com.

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