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InnerView Allows Dentists to Reliably Detect and Diagnose Tooth Damage


In this episode of The Art of Dental Finance and Management podcast, Art meets with Dr. Cherilyn Sheets and Robert Hayman to discuss InnerView, a tool currently in the approval phase that helps dentists detect and diagnose structural damage in teeth and implants that can’t be seen in an x-ray or visual exam.

InnerView uses quantitative percussion diagnostics to measure how structurally sound and strong a tooth or implant is. Certain fractures can be almost impossible to detect until they are severe, and patients don’t know something is wrong until they are experiencing pain. It’s important to take action to protect the tooth to avoid further damage and a catastrophic event.

Reach out to Art if you have any questions regarding dental finance and management for your dental practice.

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