Traditional 2-D x-ray images have served medical professionals since the late 19th century, but in recent years the capabilities realized by adding a third dimension to our x-ray imagery have progressively become more apparent and promising!
When the dust settled and the September 1st deadline arrived, four participants had submitted perfect responses to this year's ten question "Dr. Davis Trivia Challenge". The names were placed in a hat and the winner is.................
For years CEREC's digital CAD-CAM technology has allowed for same-day dental crowns, inlays and onlays. But just within this past year, software updates and newly developed restorative materials now allow for dental implants to be restored with that same CEREC convenience and quality.
In recent months I came across a historic summary compiled by Dr. William J. Maloney and Dr. George Raymond, professors at the New York University College of Dentistry. What delighted me is that their stories blended the topics of dentistry and early American history with a local Warren County twist. Allow me to summarize the details.
Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark died on December 20, 2014. His accidental discovery of "osseointegration" in 1952 cascaded into an avalanche of dental, medical and veterinary applications that continue today and into the future.
Since the years of his Michigan childhood Dr. Davis has been fascinated by the personalities and stories that make up America's history. Imagine how he felt when he learned the details of important American history that blossomed just a baseball's throw from his Maineville, Ohio home!