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Posted 2/27/2014 by Carrie @ Natural Gumption in Oral Health Coaching   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 46743
How to engage your long-term patients into healthy mouths
As a dental practitioner, you are taught to focus on preventive health.As your relationships with patients develop, they often become more likefriendships, bonds that becomes so comfortable that patients begin toshare secrets, family vacations, and recipes with you. Over time, yourrole tends to...  Read More
Posted 2/25/2014 by JesusIbarra in Intervención mínima en Odontologia   |  Comments: 6  |   Views: 4970
Dientes con raíces débiles y tratamientos de conductos. ¿Que se puede hacer?
En casos de raíces débiles como un órgano dental inmaduro o aquellos dientes comprometidos por caries o por algún proceso operatorio, los conductos pueden ser reforzados usando un composite fluido (eje. Charisma Opal Flow. Composite nano hibrido con excelentes...  Read More
Posted 2/23/2014 by seanepp in The Practice Buyer's Corner - Random Musings from the Buy-Side   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 47630
Building Your Advisory Team, Avoiding Conflicts of Interest, and Securing Indepedence
As a new grad, transition doctor, or established private practitioner you are most likely bombarded by a wide variety of vendors seeking to offer advice.These advisors can come from many fronts - dental school instructors, mentor dentists, supply and equipment vendors, practice lenders, dental CPAs...  Read More
Posted 2/22/2014 by Carrie @ Natural Gumption in Oral Health Coaching   |  Comments: 2  |   Views: 51299
Bad Breath: How to Tell If You Have It, and What You Can Do About It
Recently I had the pleasure of working in a dental office as ahygienist for the day. My 2:00 patient had arrived for his preventativemaintenance appointment (aka “a cleaning”). I struggle with callingthese visits “a cleaning” because there is so much more than cleaningthat...  Read More
Posted 2/16/2014 by DoctorPaul11 in Paul Massari   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 29110
What do dentists think? The Electric vs Manual toothbrush Debate
"Manual or Electric? Which one should I get?"This is a very common doubt patients have, and only dentists can honestly shed some light on this debate.Although powered toothbrushes boast a wide range of features, are they really the best choice for patients?We asked the opinion of 16 dentists and...  Read More
Posted 2/10/2014 by JesusIbarra in Intervención mínima en Odontologia   |  Comments: 2  |   Views: 4690
Soporte de estructura dental remanente con Composite (SEDRC) Reporte de un caso
El Campo de la Endodontologia ha experimentado un rápido crecimiento en años recientes, en particular ha tenido una evolución dramática en cuanto a lo que tecnología se refiere, sin embargo estos avances no han cambiado las razones fundamentales de los...  Read More
Posted 2/4/2014 by Sandy Pardue in Sandy Pardue, Consultant/Classic Practice Resources   |  Comments: 2  |   Views: 36012
The Difference in Successful and Unsuccessful Managers
Successful Managers Unsuccessful Managers Having a Sense of Gratitude ...  Read More
Posted 2/2/2014 by CharlotteSmiled in Once a hygienist, Always a Hygienist   |  Comments: 2  |   Views: 50445
Hygienist or Gynocologist?
When you see a client twice or more a year for over a decade, you certainly build a trust like no other. As a therapist (yes, we hygienists are therapists) I have found that patients sometimes just need help with other completely unrelated topics. There was no preparing for the recent discussion I...  Read More

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