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How Often Should You Go to the Dentist
It probably comes as no surprise to you that taking care of your teeth is important. What you may not know, however, is that studies have shown that having all your teeth as you age increases life expectancy. One study, in particular, showed that people who still have all their teeth by age 74...  Read More
Tips for Getting Whiter Teeth
Pulling out a great smile is crucial in making a perfect impression. Just like anything else, teeth wear and tear, such as discoloring and stains. When this happens, a person's self-esteem may be negatively affected as one is not contented with their smile. The primary cause of teeth stains is the...  Read More
Making The Switch and Managing The Unknown
  Changing anything within your practice is hard, especially the key clinical and communication system. But, it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think.   anticipated strong change management. With an aim at fulfilling his aspirations to improve access to quality dental care for the underserved,...  Read More
How To Make Technology Work For Your Practice
People have always avoided going to the dentist. There are a number of reasons for this trepidation. Some people have had a rough, even painful experience. Others simply don’t like the idea of having strangers probing and prodding in their mouths. Some think that dental work will be too expensive....  Read More
Difference Between Cloth Masks, Surgical Masks, and Respirators
This blog post explains the difference between cloth face masks, surgical masks, and respirators, emphasizing employer responsibilities based on OSHA’s standards. Why is Protecting Employees from COVID-19 Important? The first reason is keeping your employees safe from illness and death. But if that...  Read More
Bounce Back into 2021 - 3 Ways to Prepare Your Practice for the New Year
Dr. Allison House and Shawn Zajas are back with another noteworthy episode. In this episode, they discuss the three things you can do to prepare for an extraordinary 2021. 1.     Write a patient letter. Include oral care regimens related to overall health and immunity. 2.     Start gathering data...  Read More
Why You Should Visit a Dentist Open on Sundays?
Toothache, poorly treated decay, expelled teeth, a lot of pain that is difficult to bear; you may want to treat as quickly as possible. These dental emergencies require management by expert health professionals. Whether this pain occurs during the week, at night, or on Sundays, it is necessary to...  Read More
PPE for Which Dental Procedures During COVID-19?
Dental employees are at the  for getting COVID-19. As a result, employers need to know how to protect their employees. Most importantly, personal protective equipment (PPE) stops the spread of the virus. Dental offices could spread the virus easily. However,  explains, “The dental office, if they...  Read More
COVID-19 Policies for Medical Offices
Why are COVID-19 Policies Important? It’s essential to implement policies specific to COVID-19. Especially in the medical and dental field. Why? Because healthcare and dental employees are at the top of  for COVID-19.  Also, because these policies can put the minds of your patients at ease. But it...  Read More
1476 Dr. Bahar Esmaili on TMD and Total Body Health : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Dr. Bahar Esmaili DDS is the owner & dentist at PeakView Dentistry. She focuses on the connection between overall health and oral health. She is passionate about educating her patients about all areas of health. A healthy mouth can only exist in a healthy body. Dr. Esmaili's other passion is...  Read More
Using Orthodontic and Orthopedic Therapies With Child Patients: When & How?
Let's discuss how to determine the needs, if present, in the growing child in primary and/or mixed/transitional dentition.  How to examine?  Is there a need?  And, if so, how to diagnose and plan which therapies would be best for the child.   Read More
What’s the “hype” about Hypochlorous? How just Salt + Water + Electricity created an obsession...
  Egret Lab Canada Hypochlorous The is just Salt, tap water and patented process to create 99.95% Non Toxic yet highly effective disinfectant in a 10 micron portable sprayer!   Electrolyzed water has been available and is well researched!  The benefits of Neutral Electrolyzed Water, otherwise...  Read More
Does my Dental Practice Need a Written Emergency Action Plan?
Is your dental practice prepared for a workplace emergency? Your dental staff may need to act quickly to safeguard employees, patients, or the community following a natural or man-made emergency. Proper planning before an emergency or natural disaster is necessary to respond effectively. Protect...  Read More
What is a Respiratory Fit Test?
Why Conduct a fit test? If any of your employees wear respirators, whether optional or mandatory, you need a . But if you mandate any employees wear a . If employees wear respirators voluntarily, you don’t need to conduct the test. For employees you mandate to wear a respirator, failure to conduct...  Read More
Does my Dental Practice Need a Respiratory Protection Program?
Respiratory Protection During COVID-19 Before . Now they do. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) . This guidance includes wearing respirators during specific procedures. Similarly, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  this as well. Respiratory Protection...  Read More
1472 Dr. Brett Kessler, DDS, Trustee to the ADA 14th District on Substance Abuse and Recovery : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Brett Kessler, DDS has been practicing esthetic, functional and reconstructive dentistry since 1995. Dr. Kessler serves as a Past President of the Colorado Dental Association. He also serves as the chairman of the Well Being Committee for the State of Colorado and is a consultant for the American...  Read More
Dr. Howard Farran: Journey From Todays (Dental) To DentalTown To Uncensored Farran: Session 18
#POD is really honored and happy to bring a guest who needs no introduction. Today we have the legendary Howard Farran Dr. Howard Farran is not only a practicing dentist but also a consultant a world-class speaker, lecturer, author, podcaster and above all a visionary. His vision started...  Read More
Making it Happen; Creating Value in Dentistry
In this episode of The Authentic Dentist, Shawn and Allison have the privilege of talking with CEO of DentalPost Tonya Lanthier. Tonya shares her story of starting off her career as a dental hygienist, recognizing a need in the industry, and starting the DentalPost as a way to meet this need. This...  Read More
Ergonomics in dentistry: It all depends on the correct treatment position
A survey among 300 dentists in Germany and the USA, which was started at the end of 2016, yielded extremely remarkable information. One of the areas more closely targeted in this survey was the practitioner's work-related pain experience. It came to light: a significant number of dentists suffer...  Read More
Jason Luchtefeld: From Leadership To Awareness To Fulfilling Life
Thank you for tuning into yet another dental podcast at #POD - podcast of Dentistry This is session number 3 which can be accessed at 17   Jason Luchtefeld: Leadership, Awareness , Fulfillment of life.  Thank you for finding time and listing to #POD: Podcasts Of...  Read More
Emotional Well-Being #11 Tooth Fractures
A Dentist Sees More Cracked Teeth. What's Going on? New York Times September 19 Here are the highlights of a relevant article about emotional well-being.      "I am busier than ever. I've seen more tooth fractures in the last six weeks than in the previous six years."     "I noticed an uptick in...  Read More
5 Ways to Recession Proof Your Dental Practice.
The hopeful me hopes we can get business to resume as normal and that this post won’t actually be needed.   However, we now know that we should be prepared for everything.   We also know that operation costs are now higher and we should be looking for ways to bring in additional revenue or cut...  Read More
Trending Dental Marketing Tips and Ideas: What You Need to Know!
Beyond reaching out to patients, social media marketing has become a crucial tool for dentists to improve their patient engagement. Here are a few marketing strategies to drive more patients to your practice today:    Read More
Ian McNickle: Journey from Bankrupt Goldmine to Award-winning WEO Media To The DSO Project
Thank you for tuning into yet another dental podcast at #POD - podcast of Dentistry This is session number 3 which can be accessed at 15   Hello POD Nation this is your host Dr. Panks Dhingra and welcome to Hashtag POD in session #15. today we have yet another...  Read More
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