Nearly every pertinent clinical issue is condensed into a simple, color-coded and user-friendly format to allow you to stay focused on keeping your patient safe.

A sample of the core material covered in The Ultimate Cheat Sheets includes:

  • Dental implications of the top 150 drugs prescribed in the U.S.
  • Instructions on how to manage a patient with Diabetes mellitus
  • What you need to know about a patient on oral anticoagulants
  •  Recommendations for when to avoid treating a patient with a history of angina
  • The proper protocol for treating a patient who requires antibiotic prophylaxis but is already on Amoxicillin for acute sinusitis

Purchase the 2020 Ultimate Cheat Sheet Book

Purchase the 2020 Ultimate Cheat Sheet Book & App

All survey participants are entered to win $50 worth of free instruments from Berman Instruments. Winners are drawn monthly. No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win. Open to all legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, age 18 or older. Winners are picked at random on the last day of every month and announced publicly.

New ADA guidelines on antibiotic use for patients presenting with acute dental pain and swelling have recently emerged. An expert panel

New ADA guidelines on antibiotic use for patients presenting with acute dental pain and swelling have recently emerged. An expert panel convened by the ADA suggests antibiotics should only be used when systemic involvement is present, and that immediate definitive conservative dental treatment (DCDT) should be prioritized in all cases.

Your understanding of these new guidelines and how to appropriately prescribe antibiotics going forward is crucial. Dr. Leslie Fang will go over everything you need to know during this webinar.

For more information on the Ultimate Cheat Sheets, click here

Never before has the business of dentistry undergone so many major changes in such a short period of time. While these shifts have been building for several years, most dental practice owners are ill-equipped to prevent the potential damage to their livelihoods that accompany these challenges. Still, a minority of practices are doing just that – meeting these challenges effectively, and even beyond that, enjoying never before seen prosperity. Join us, as Dr. Feck shares their secrets to success.

Is there a better way to achieve maximum cleaning and debridement of the root canal system? Yes! Dr. Frost believes there is a paradigm shift taking place behind the scenes in endodontics — are you seeing it? Over-preparing the cervical area of the root to allow needle irrigation further down the root is a thing of the past. We can conservatively scale down over-enlarging of the canal space, and at the same time, achieve better tissue dissolution and pulpal debridement with smaller needle irrigation and innovative technology!

Take a closer look at the restorative procedures we do most often in practice including direct restorations, conservative smile enhancements, routine crown and bridge. Learn clinical tips and tricks to allow for everyday dentistry to seamlessly blend with the patient’s dentition. Throughout the presentation, relatively low cost techniques and materials will be presented to decrease stress levels while delivering predictable and efficient dentistry.

Dental implants are one of the fastest-growing treatment modalities in general dentistry. Whether you are placing implants or treatment planning with a team approach, or even if you’re planning to place a fixed bridge after an extraction, there are distinct advantages to preserving the patient’s alveolar ridge at the time of tooth removal. By making socket preservation by bone grafting part of your daily routine, you can provide a valuable service to your patients and add a new revenue source to your bottom line.

For more information on this topic, please visit OsteoReady.com 

OsteoReady continues to evolve their education platform and focuses training on efficient, predictable, and safe techniques. They understand the needs of the General Dentist and have developed a comprehensive teaching model, complete with live surgeries, hands-on training, and both restorative and surgical techniques, to support faster implant implementation after a course. With an assortment of courses to choose from including on-demand online education, solution-based half day courses, and 2-day Mini-Residencies, OsteoReady is making implant dentistry more accessible for the General Practitioner.

We highly recommend purchasing  Dr. Fang’s Ultimate Cheat Sheets. This practical guide for dentists contains up-to-date information of the constantly-changing FDA mandates, emergency algorithms, and the steady stream of new drugs and their interactions.

Nearly every pertinent clinical issue is condensed into a simple, color-coded and user-friendly format to allow you to stay focused on keeping your patient safe.

A sample of the core material covered in The Ultimate Cheat Sheets includes:

  • Dental implications of the top 150 drugs prescribed in the U.S.
  • Instructions on how to manage a patient with Diabetes mellitus
  • What you need to know about a patient on oral anticoagulants
  •  Recommendations for when to avoid treating a patient with a history of angina
  • The proper protocol for treating a patient who requires antibiotic prophylaxis but is already on Amoxicillin for acute sinusitis

Click here to purchase your 2018 edition for only $149.00 (a $20 savings!)

In our experience, the best advice comes from those who have been there and done that. We’ve lived a bit and learned a lot. Our perspective is now colored by the many years of not only being dentists, but also business owners. We now see things with a bit more wisdom — or so we hope!

Dr. Matt VanderMolen

Graduated from the University of Illinois

“To find a mentor who is a proven success in our field. Early in my career, I followed the direction and advice of people who weren’t dentists. They all meant well, but they didn’t have a true sense of what dentists face in real life. Once I found dentists to mentor and coach me, my career took off. Dental professionals working together to do what’s right in order to help other dentists; that’s what Berman Dental Instruments is all about.”

Dr. Jodi Danna

Dr. Jodi Danna

Graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry

“In dental school we purchased instruments that were “chosen” for us. No choice regarding types, style, brand or cost.  After dental school, I continued to use my purchased items. Today, students don’t have to purchase their own instruments. They graduate and have the opportunity to try different options prior to purchasing.  In today’s world, the rising costs of supplies and the desire to lower overhead leaves you more opportunity to research and look for value driven, quality instruments. My advice: do your homework and check out what Berman Dental Instruments has to offer.”

Dr. Lou Berman

Dr. Lou Berman

Graduated from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry

“When I left dental school, I just assumed that the dental instruments I was using were the best, and I should buy them for my private practice. Given what I know now, I would be more cost conscious and do my own evaluations of supplies, materials, and equipment. There are huge savings to be made without sacrificing quality.”

Dr. Pamela Ray

Dr. Pamela Ray

Graduated from UT Health Science Center San Antonio Dental School

“Be a smart consumer when it comes to dental products. Research and don’t over pay for the same product you can find at a better price elsewhere.” 

Dr. John C. Phillips

Graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry

“I would tell myself to be aggressive with constantly learning more, especially atraumatic extraction techniques. There is so much to learn! Our patients have a lot of options, especially if we are conservative with their teeth and bone.”