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Teeth Cleaning by Sohosmile in NYCWhen you build a relationship with your dentist, you get to visit them two to three times a year for regular checkups. Part of those visits involve a professional teeth cleaning. Your SoHo dentist or hygienist rids your teeth of plaque and tartar that regular...  Read More
Soho Smile
Cosmetic Dentistry Center in Soho, NYCDr. John Koutsoyiannis and staff would like to welcome you to Sohosmile. Sohosmile is a boutique dental practice in the heart of Soho, New York. At sohosmile, we pride ourselves in providing the best dental care to our patients using state-of-the-art equipment...  Read More
Buying A Dental Practice: Buyins/Buyouts & Mergers
Next up I’ll talk about the “non-traditional” general dentistry practice and how you need to approach those situations.What do I mean by “a non-traditional general dentistry practice”? I’m referring to general dentistry practices that have developed somewhat of a specialty niche that they focus on...  Read More
Park Avenue Smiles
Categories: general dentistry
Park Avenue Smiles
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Categories: general dentistry
924 Words of Wisdom with Neil J. Gajjar, DDS, MAGD : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Watch Video hereVIDEO - DUwHF #924 - Neil GajjarStream Audio hereAUDIO - DUwHF #924 - Neil GajjarDr. Gajjar lectures on managing medical emergencies in the dental office, has been a lecturer of oral pathology and clinical instructor at the Canadian Academy of Dental Hygiene, and has served as a...  Read More
Categories: general dentistry
How Can I Make My Practice More Valuable?
If you are considering selling or transitioning your practice, increasing the value of your practice is, or should be, a priority. It can be difficult to know how or to find the time to make changes at your practice. However, it is very important that you take the time to get your practice and...  Read More
Dental Practice Transition Checklist: What To Know
Transitioning a dental practice is an intricate process, and can seem overwhelming if you are approaching or going through the process. Not only does transitioning a practice include the financial challenges but the emotional and relational ones as well. We can help you navigate this process...  Read More
They say the eyes are windows to the soul, but did you know the mouth is a window to the overall health of the body? Medical professionals have found that as many as 90 percent of systemic diseases produce oral signs and symptoms, including nutritional deficiencies and general infections. Learn...  Read More
Episode 16 - Mental Gymnastics
In episode 16, we discuss the many mental ups and downs of dentistry. How do you handle patients who refuse x-rays and/or treatment, the know-it-all patients, the composite gauntlet, patients who have received false information from the media, and many of the other mental hurdles we go through each...  Read More
Episode 11 - Zero Cost Practice Boosters
In this episode we discuss many of the common sense and inexpensive ways to help improve your practice. No expensive equipment or products required. What message are you sending to your patients? How can you pleasantly surprise your patients? How can marketing money be best used? Are you attending...  Read More
Episode 14: ZuckNet (Part 2)
Here's the conclusion— the second part of our interview with Dr.Edward Zuckerberg, DDS. We talk about so many things— too many to list,really. You'll just have to listen. We were amazed by the innovativemind, the down-to-earth personality and, of course, the exquisite tastein wine that...  Read More
Episode 11: Irrational Fears of Dentists (and more)
This was an interesting one. We had the honor of having Dr. BrianProuty join us in-studio... all the way from small-town Watertown, SouthDakota! We discussed everything from sedation dentistry to people'sirrational fears of dentists (a fairly common hurdle for the dentalprofessional to jump...  Read More
The Best and Worst Foods for Your Teeth
When people think of dental health, oftentimes they think of preventative care like regularly. But what many people don’t seem to realize is that your dietactually has quite a lot to do with your dental health as well.Weoften hear about the types of foods to avoid when it comes to theoverall...  Read More
There are few people who would say that the experience of atoothache is an enjoyable experience. A toothache occurs when the pulp of thetooth becomes inflamed. Toothaches happen due to cavities, gum infections, aswell as the tooth getting injured. The information in this article is going toshow you...  Read More
Tip & Trick: Blocking Out Negative Space in Polyvinyl Impression
by Dr. Lee Ann BradyAccurate impressions with bridges and restorations with negative space are tricky. Vinyl Polysiloxane and Polyether impression materials are stiff enough that material that locks under a bridge pontic or through a large gingival embrasure can make removal of the impression from...  Read More

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