By this time it is now common knowledge that the practice of building and applying implants are a lot more superior to the old-fashioned alternative of dentures. But common knowledge to who? A case of stating the obvious perhaps, this common knowledge will, by now, be shared amongst professional stakeholders with vested interests in both dental applications. Specifically in the case of working with implants, dentists in private practice can be kept informed and up to date with new technologies and its related tools whenever they are introduced to the dentistry sub-sector within the health services industry.
But they need not wait for their usual sales or marketing representative to pitch. Nor do they need to make polite enquiries with technologists and subsequently, and with patience, await their responses. All progressive medical practitioners need do is go online and consult their online and representative medical journal. And in the case of dentists, these professionals will be having a good look at what the implant dentistry journal has to say about new developments. This is a far cry better than having to wait months for their usual periodicals to arrive in the post. Of course, the days of snail-mail deliveries continue to die a slow and slimy death across most industries, health services industries notwithstanding.
And the online publishers and managing editors like to believe that apart from aiding and abetting medical practitioners and their patients, they are also doing their substantial bit in terms of preserving the environment, in this case, helping to preserve forests which are harvested to produce the pulp that would usually be required to produce paper. But once their online material has been published, it is out of their hands. It is left up to the private practitioners to be sustainable and resourceful.