Dr. Simon McDonald on the Inventors Spirit Podcast

Today’s guest is Dr. Simon McDonald. He's been described as a "serial inventor and entrepreneur", who has brought a number of groundbreaking inventions into the field of dentistry. You might be familiar with the V-Ring and the Tri-Clip, but his other notable inventions include the One Visit Crown and the Grip Tab. Simon studied [...]


Solving Bad Proximal Contact Problems in Posterior Composite Restorations

Solving Bad Proximal Contact Problems in Posterior Composite Restorations. Simon McDonald BDS MSc DDPH As the inventor of the Triodent V3 Ring System, I am pleased to offer my thoughts on the various causes of poor proximal contacts in posterior composite restorations. Class II composite restorations are a common procedure in dental [...]


Dental Economics article by Dr Joshua Austin

I love new technology. Whether it’s a new app or feature on my iPhone or a new device in dentistry, anything bleeding edge, I am drawn to. In my office, we use our iTero to scan every patient, and I use my SprintRay Pro 95 to print any model I need. Recently I had [...]


Dr Thomas Giacobbi introduces the QuickConnect Anatomy Band

Dr Thomas Giacobbi shows us what he thinks of the QuickConnect Anatomy Band. Check out the full video here: https://www.dentaltown.com/news/details/12777/introducing-the-quickconnect-anatomy-band?st=quickconnect


QuickConnect Anatomy Band recommended by Dental Advisor

Rhondium's QuickConnect Anatomy Band was featured in the Dental Advisor's Clinical Problem Solver July-August issue. PROBLEM: Large multi-surface composite restorations often present significant clinical challenges, particularly when cusps are missing and/or there is little remaining tooth structure. Further, many traditional circumferential matrix bands offer little or no contour, create poor anatomy, are not bi-lateral, [...]


Practical measures to manage COVID-19 risk in your Surgery

Practical measures to manage COVID-19 risk in your Surgery On the 3rd of November, the Ministry of Health and the NZ Dental Council released the Guidelines for Oral Health Practitioners. What seems clear is dentists will be required to install some form of engineering control to manage aerosol risks as part of a documented risk [...]


Clearing the Air: Aerosol News Consolidated

With updates coming in almost daily about dental aerosols and their risks, we’ve decided to consolidate all the global dental aerosol news in one location, with some thoughts and analysis added as to how it impacts dentists, DA’s, and Hygienists. […]