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Global Sleep Under The Stars Night
Whether it’s in the backcountry or your own backyard, one of the best ways to experience the beauty of the outdoors is to spend a night under the stars. Gazing up at the night sky gives us a sense of peace and, at the same time, an overwhelming sense of awe.   Global Sleep Under The Stars Night...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
First Aid: Bleeding
First Aid: Bleeding Locate bleeding source • Check responsiveness • Apply direct pressure over the wound • Place sterile dressing or cleanest cloth available • If possible, use nitrile gloves, extra dressings, or plastic wrap • Do not remove first dressing if blood-soaked; and others...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Learn to Run Your Practice like a Detective
I'm finally getting the kinks worked out   NEW COURSES will begin SEPTEMBER-2022.  FRAUDBUSTER COURSES are FREE (open to everyone) PREMIUM COURSES are FREE (open to Dentists & Practice Owners only) Dental Embezzlement Myths   Read More
Are you Working or having fun with Water balloon? What's your choice for August 5th?
Fill ’em up! The first Friday in August ushers in National Water Balloon Day just in time for the hottest days of summer! Pop, throw, splash, or just squish! What kid or adult doesn’t enjoy a water balloon in the hot summer?  * National Oyster Day * National Underwear Day * National...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac
First Aid: Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac Take immediate action: •Wash with soap and water •Wipe the skin with rubbing alcohol Seek medical attention if the store topicals are not enough or if the person ingested. #poison #medical #alcohol #skincare #safety #staysafe   Read More
Categories: Periodontics
#6 - Luke Skywalker and Perfectionism
  #6 - Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker went from farmboy to Jedi Knight to legend, but did all of his successes lead him to expect perfection from himself? Join Ryder Waldron to examine how perfectionism affects dentists and may have also led to Luke Skywalker's exile on Ahch-To. Whether you are a...  Read More
First Aid: Hypovolemic Shock
First Aid: Hypovolemic Shock • Think 1 hour for Pre-hospital, Transport, and Treatment   Check Airway, Breathing, Circulation and Hemorrhages and treat accordingly Preserve the patient’s body heat If there is Head injury or difficulty    breathing?   Call 911 immediately!   Elevate head and...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
National Days of August 3rd
There are many “nut” days throughout the year such as National Almond Day, National Pistachio Day, and National Pecan Day, but August 3rd embraces them all. It’s National Grab Some Nuts Day! * National Georgia Day * National Grab Some Nuts Day * National Watermelon Day Do not forget to grab a...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Strain/Sprain
First Aid: Strain/Sprain • Think 1 hour for Pre-hospital, Transport, and Treatment Control Swelling with RICE Therapy: - Rest the sprain or strain - Ice for 20 minutes every hour.  - Do not put ice directly on skin. Compress by wrapping with bandage - Elevate the area about heart...  Read More
AGD Leading to Professional Success, Part 2 with Dr. Chethan Chetty
On this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we welcome Dr. Chethan Chetty! Dr. Chethan Chetty joined the family practice in 2000. He attended  . In his free time, Dr. Chetty enjoys spending time with his family. He and his wife, Avani, have two sons, Ishaan and Rushil, and a daughter, Diya. Dr....  Read More
Mandatory Annual Training in Infection Control for All Va. Dental Assistants - DAI & DAII
According to Virginia Board of Dentistry regulation: 18VAC60-21-175. Training In Infection control A dentist shall be responsible for assuring that dental assistants complete annual training in infection control standards required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and as...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Tip on First Aid: Fracture
First Aid: Fracture If there is any bleeding from wound?    Use a clean, dry bandage and apply firm pressure over the wound. If bleeding does not stop, apply tourniquet 2-3 inches closer to the torso from the bleeding. (If bleeding still does not stop, please a second tourniquet close to...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Mandatory Annual Training in Infection Control for All Va. Dental Assistants - DAI & DAII
According to Virginia Board of Dentistry regulation: 18VAC60-21-175. Training In Infection control A dentist shall be responsible for assuring that dental assistants complete annual training in infection control standards required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and as...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Show Respect towards your Parents!
Parents provide their children with the first expression of love and sense of security. As protectors and nurturers, parents set a foundation for leading and teaching children to be responsible. August 1 is celebrated as Parents Day.    * National Girlfriends Day * National Minority Donor Awareness...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Tick Removal
Tip of the Day! First Aid: Tick Removal Tweezers are usually effective After Care: 1. Cleanse site with soap and water 2. Apply rubbing alcohol 3. Apply ice pack 4. For itching, apply recommended product for tick bites Seek medical attention if you can’t remove the tick, a reaction occurs, or you...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Are you having chicken wings?
On July 29th, National Chicken Wing Day encourages a frenzy of dipping and sauce tasting. With so many choices, be sure to pace yourself!  Also bake up a pan of the Italian pasta dish. Another way to celebrate is by getting a table at your favorite Italian restaurant.  National Chicken Wing Day...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Insect Bites
First Aid: Insect Bites Types of stinging insects: •Wasp •Fire Ants •Spiders • Wash site with soap and water Apply ice pack for 15-20 minutes • Relieve pain with aspirin or acetaminophen if required • Relieve itching and swelling with topical steroid cream (hydrocortisone) - Honey bee -Scrape...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Insect Bites
First Aid: Insect Bites Types of stinging insects: •Wasp •Fire Ants •Spiders • Wash site with soap and water Apply ice pack for 15-20 minutes • Relieve pain with aspirin or acetaminophen if required • Relieve itching and swelling with topical steroid cream (hydrocortisone) - Honey bee -Scrape...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Insect Bites
First Aid: Insect Bites Types of stinging insects: •Wasp •Fire Ants •Spiders • Wash site with soap and water Apply ice pack for 15-20 minutes • Relieve pain with aspirin or acetaminophen if required • Relieve itching and swelling with topical steroid cream (hydrocortisone) - Honey bee -Scrape...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
#5 - Yoda and Toothbrush Options
Master Yoda can definitely feel the Force on Dagobah, and he can also feel the plaque building up on his teeth. How is a Jedi Master supposed to get toothbrushes on Dagobah when no civilization exists? On Episode #5, we will discuss Yoda's options with just the resources that exist on Dagobah. ...  Read More
Get a Day out for refreshment
On July 28th, laughter and fun are just a couple of the requirements on National Waterpark Day! We also recommend bathing suits! Waterparks around the world provide thrilling, water-plunging rides for those who seek the white-knuckle hydro-power of slides. National Milk Chocolate Day National...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
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