Excess used dental equipment and supplies could cost practices thousands each year. There is a market for pre-owned equipment such as hand pieces, cavitrons, surgical units, etc.. Many of this equipment, functioning, or non functioning, can be utilized for parts and refurbishing around the world. These can be sold by your practice to recoup business costs. Resulting in another solution to management expenses, and reclaiming valuable real estate space. Storing or leaving used dental equipment on idle, has many disadvantages- Including depreciation, storage costs, and administration frustration. Tacoma QuickSale serves as a resource for practices who seek an efficient...
When it comes down to the functionality and purpose of necessary basic dental equipment; Chairs, sterilizers, stools, forceps, etc,, Little has changed. Most of the equipment needed to run your day by day procedures, has been here for over 100 years. However, design wise, it's definitely evolved dramatically! There is a few things you may notice over those years, that screams PROGRESSION! Skim through our curated gallery of antique dental equipment, to take a glimpse back into the past before the basics evolved into a much more sleeker design. Victorian walnut dental cabinet, circa 1860s Dental Chair and delivery unit...
Did you know that dentists are people too, with ideas, and thoughts that roam outside of dentistry? Shocked?! We are too! (Of course we are only kidding)! Although, once you read on about these 4 famous dentists, you’re going to be surprised, and maybe even a little inspired! Here are 4 top picks of people who were dentists at the time that they rose to fame: 1. Thomas Welch (Yes! The inventor of Welchs' Grape Juice) - The man who introduced the pasteurization of grape juice, and made it widely accessible on store shelves, practiced dentistry until 1880. Thomas and his son, Charles E. Welch (who also was...
There is no doubt that social media wins hands down as one of the greatest networking tools for a number of professions and industries. And for dentistry, it’s no different. Did you know that there are hundreds of groups on facebook dedicated to providing an exclusive space for dental professionals? Plenty of them are filled with resources, and avenues to connect with other peers on matters related to dentistry and everyday life. These groups are filled with information related to everything from, strategies to consider in your practice, to networking opportunities. We narrowed it down to our top 5 favorite...
We've compiled 5 important reasons you may not have given thought to, but should consider before purchasing brand new dental equipment over used: 1. Save up to 60% off retail cost by cutting out the middle man. When you buy new, you will have to account for the extra fees associated with company overhead. By eradicating those hidden fees, and buying secondary dental equipment, you can save between 40-60% off retail. ...
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