Say olá to spring with a caipirinha made of cachaça, rum’s well-pedigreed older cousin.
Incisal Edge spirits columnist Lauren Mowery, offers a toast to simplicity in the spring edition of the dental lifestyle mag. Mowery, who has covered the world through the lens of drink for publications including Wine Enthusiast, Forbes and Saveur shares insight on cachaça:
“As winter fades, the tendrils of spring signify renewal. It’s a time for purging closets, cleansing minds and bodies — and brightening up cocktails, swapping heavier tipples for brisk ones. Traditionally, Americans mix margaritas for mojitos for the vernal transition. This year, though, take a page from the playbook of Brazil — a land that embodies verdant life — and try cachaça.
Distilled in Brazil from (by law) fresh sugarcane juice, cachaça, first developed in the 1500s, is rum’s older cousin. If you’re unfamiliar with the spirit by name, you’ve likely sampled it in Brazil’s national drink, the caipirinha. The beauty of that South American cocktail lies in its simplicity: Muddle lime with sugar, then shake with your favorite cachaça.”
Read four standouts she recommends: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/cdda97aa#/cdda97aa/88
Marley (shown), a Labrador Retriever trained to detect narcotics, arrived at the veterinary office of Dr. Sean McPeck “in so much pain he was unable to eat or drink water.”
Oral Arts Dental Laboratories, a family owned business in Huntsville, Alabama, provided a solution that should last a lifetime.
Kaitlyn Roberts of LMTmag.com, the social and information hub of the dental lab industry, shares their story.
Oral Arts Dental Laboratories developed Marley’s crowns with the strength of its proprietary Element-Z Zirconia, and the on-trend style that included tattoos of the American and Alaskan state flags (shown below).
Find out how dental lab Founder and CEO Thomas Winstead’s willingness to accomodate a customer 20 years ago led to more than six pain-free pups: http://www.oralartsdental.com/wp-content/uploads/LMT_canine_crowns.pdf
According to LMTmag.com, Oral Arts Dental Laboratories in Huntsville, Alabama, created two of Marley’s crowns with tattoos of the American and Alaskan state flags, in honor of his handler/owner who is a military veteran and a law enforcement officer in Alaska. (Photos courtesy Dr. Sean McPeck and LMTmag.com)
In Cologne for the International Dental Show this week? Make some time for a side trip to Berlin, home to an unequaled mix of Europe old and new.
Germany’s capital city points the way forward with the swooping Berliner Philharmonie, erected in 1963, according to Lea Lane.
From the modern landmark Berliner Philharmonie to the restored ancient structure of the Reichstag (shown below), Lea Lane explores the German capital in the Spring edition of dental lifestyle magazine Incisal Edge .
“Think of Berlin as a mouth with a lifetime of dental work inside: age-old choppers still doing yeoman’s work despite their years; crowns and fillings crafted and updated over the years; all of it side-by-side in a pleasing ramble of old and new.
The German capital dates to the thirteenth century, after all, and its (shall we say) complex history is on offer everywhere: in the ’20s-style Weimar cabaret scene in a restored cafe; in the hush of the stark, chilling Jewish Museum; in the graffiti-tagged remnants of the wall that once demarcated the Cold War’s front line; and in the eighteenth-century Brandenburg Gate, now a symbol of reunification.”
Round-trip boat ride? Gallery tour? Let Lane’s suggestions guide you through your visit: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/cdda97aa#/cdda97aa/80
The glass dome that now sits atop the Reichstag is designed by famed architect Norman Foster.
For the third year running, lncisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine has partnered with the Edison Awards™ to honor the top products and most impressive advances dentistry has seen in the last year. In truth, though, this sort of thing has been going on forever. We impassioned consumers of smartphone and wireless technology can sometimes be forgiven for thinking that innovation itself was invented only yesterday, but the sheer ingenuity that is the calling card of the Edison Awards goes back eons.
Such ingenuity got a decided lift during the lifetime of Thomas Alva Edison, the awards’ namesake, and it continues to loom large today in the sound instincts and impressive brains of dental innovators such as Dr. Paul Zhivago (shown above) whose Open Platform Workflow system uses filmmaking technology to vastly improve the quality of digital impressions of patients’ mouths.
No matter what the industry circumstance, though, dentistry will never -could never – stand still, remaining in place and making no progress. The thrum of medical advance is simply too strong. Yet the bright minds and beautiful products in the magazine’s spring edition truly represent the pinnacle of our profession at the present moment. They carry on the spirit and legacy of Thomas Edison -and provide a useful benchmark for generations of dental innovators still to come.
Meet Edison Award finalists in dental categories in the Incisal Edge Spring edition: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/cdda97aa#/cdda97aa/46
Find out how you can attend the 30th annual Edison Awards in New York, NY on April 20, 2017 to experience some of the world’s most respected authorities on innovation offer insight and inspiration. Deadline is March 25: http://www.edisonawards.com/2017edisonawards.php
Incisal Edge wants to know, and is willing to hand over some photography-inspired prizes to find out.
In its Spring edition, the nation’s only dental lifestyle magazine launches a photo-and-essay contest on the topic “Why I Love Dentistry?”
Tell them — in 200 words or fewer, accompanied by a photograph you’ve taken — why the profession is second to none.
Three winning entries will be published in an upcoming edition of Incisal Edge and the doctor who submitted then will win great prizes:
First Prize: DJI Phantom 3 Standard Drone
Second Prize: GoPro HERO4
Third Prize: $100 gift card to B&H Photo & Video.
Want to enter?
Send your entries via email before the Friday, April 7 deadline, to: email@example.com and use the subject line: “Photo & Essay Contest”