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  • Facebook Beacons and Your Dental Office

    Dental Marketing Blog - One Loose Tooth
    Chance Bodini
    14 Aug 2015 | 9:25 am
    Undoubtedly, you have noticed that more patients use their mobile phones than flick through magazines while in your waiting room these days. Many of your patients are using this down-time to either catch up on emails or browse their social media feeds - where Facebook and Instagram seem to be the most popular.Since Facebook provides business services, it should be noted that Facebook has created a free bluetooth "beacon" that businesses can use to drive engagement of nearby Facebook users to their Facebook pages. While it's unlikely that Facebook will provide these beacons to small businesses…
  • Can Stress Weaken your Teeth?

    Kyrene Family Dentistry
    KFD
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:12 pm
    Have you ever wondered whether or not stress can weaken your teeth? The answer is yes. Too much stress can wreak havoc on your gums, teeth and mouth. You can take a few steps to keep your overall health under control while you are under stress, however, and this includes your mouth. By now you probably already know that your overall health is indeed affected by stress. What most folks don’t realize is that their pearly whites are affected as well. As you work on lessening the levels of your stress, here are a few things to keep in mind. Neglect Teeth can become neglected when a person is…
  • Brazil's national oral health policy -- an example for other nations

    Dentistry News From Medical News Today
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    The International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR/AADR) published a Discovery!
  • Knutsford dental hygienist takes on 500 mile charity challenge for...

    Dentistry News
    30 Aug 2015 | 4:39 am
    Karen McBarrons, a dental hygienist at Gaskell Avenue Dental Practice, cycled and ran more than 500 miles, raising more than A 1,200 for the Ben Walton Trust for oral cancer research. Karen took park in a 5km run, two 10km runs as well as a five mile race, the Wilmslow half Marathons, The Cheshire Cat 107 mile cycle, Tutbury tougher, Matlock madness, ending with a 110 mile ride to Llangollen and back.
  • Top 8 dental apps available for Android .(Google Play).

    Dental String
    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:23 am
    Dental APP's available on Google Play.!!Click on the APP Name to install.1. Dental App2. Dental dictionary3. BoneBOX4. Dental Education5. Dental Anatomy 6. Oro dental lesions 6. All things dentinstry 8. Dental Study  
 
 
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  • Brazil's national oral health policy: An example for other nations

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Brazil is the only country with more than 200 million inhabitants that has a universal health system, funded by federal, state and municipal budgets. In recent decades, the system has evolved from an exclusionary to a universal model, the unified health system (Sistema Único de Saúde [SUS]), where everyone is entitled to healthcare and the government is required to provide it. Primary healthcare is the backbone of the new system, in keeping with the guidelines set forth by the Primary Healthcare Reform, recommended by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization.
  • Dentists tapped for new role: Drug screenings

    13 Aug 2015 | 9:30 am
    A visit to the dentist has the potential to be more than a checkup of our teeth as patients are increasingly screened for medical conditions like heart disease and diabetes. A new study focuses on dental screenings for drug misuse, finding 77 percent of dentists ask patients about illicit drug use, and 54 percent of dentists believe that such screenings should be their responsibility.
  • Neutrophil and cancer cell 'crosstalk' underlies oral cancer metastasis

    6 Aug 2015 | 9:18 am
    An abnormal immune response or 'feedback loop' could very well be the underlying cause of metastases in oral cancers, according to research that has unearthed a significant connection between the inflammatory response of a very specific form of immune cells, neutrophils, and the spread of this deadly disease.
  • Dental coverage for patients with Medicaid may not prevent tooth-related ER visits

    4 Aug 2015 | 11:34 am
    Access to dental care by low-income Americans has become the exception, rather than the rule, as fewer dentists accept Medicaid, according to a new study.
  • How to encourage healthy dental habits away from home

    31 Jul 2015 | 3:28 pm
    School is just around the corner, which means backpacks and packed lunches await your children. One expert offers tips for parents to promote healthy dental habits while away from home.
 
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  • Knutsford dental hygienist takes on 500 mile charity challenge for...

    30 Aug 2015 | 4:39 am
    Karen McBarrons, a dental hygienist at Gaskell Avenue Dental Practice, cycled and ran more than 500 miles, raising more than A 1,200 for the Ben Walton Trust for oral cancer research. Karen took park in a 5km run, two 10km runs as well as a five mile race, the Wilmslow half Marathons, The Cheshire Cat 107 mile cycle, Tutbury tougher, Matlock madness, ending with a 110 mile ride to Llangollen and back.
  • Have our teeth paid the price?

    30 Aug 2015 | 12:27 am
    Columbia Power &Water Systems voted to remove fluoride from the city's water systems in Sept. 2013 despite opposition from local dental and health groups claiming it was needed for oral protection.
  • Amarillo dentist nominated for statewide award

    29 Aug 2015 | 8:12 pm
    The Panhandle District Dental Society nominated Woodburn for The Texas Academy of General Dentistry's Texas Dentist of the Year Award, according to information from the academy. The Texas Academy of General Dentistry is the second largest dental organization in Texas, with nearly 2,700 members, the release said.
  • Negligent New Zealand parents feeding infants soda in baby bottles, causing teeth to rot

    29 Aug 2015 | 6:01 pm
    Out of the shadows of convenience and ignorance emerges a new form of parental negligence that is starting to look a lot like child abuse. Parents who have no basic understanding of nutrition and hydration are depriving and even harming their children in life-altering ways.
  • Community groups fear loss of UCare from state health plans

    29 Aug 2015 | 1:43 pm
    Interpreter Saw Minn, standing at right, worked with UCare enrollee Je Poe at a Maplewood clinic, where her children received checkups from Nicole Olson, right. The family is one of many members of the Karen immigrant community covered by UCare.
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  • Case Reports Serve a Place in Dentistry

    wisdom
    29 Aug 2015 | 8:57 pm
    An interesting article titled “CASE REPORTS HAILED” appears in JADA in September 2014, written by Enihomo Obadan, Elsbeth Kalenderian, and Rachel B. Ramoni. The article discusses an article in an earlier 2014 JADA article that featured an interesting case report. The authors state “Almost becoming a lost art in the biomedical literature, case reports still hold tremendous opportunities for learning in dentistry. In addition to the obvious learning potential for the individual dental professional, the entire professional body advances in giant strides when there is…
  • How to Address a Patient who Had an Interrupted Treatment Plan

    wisdom
    22 Aug 2015 | 7:53 pm
    An interesting article titled “Following up with a patient whose treatment has been interrupted” appears in the November 2014, JADA, and written by Michael H. Halasz. The article discusses a patient who received a complex treatment from a military dentist. The treatment started but because of deployment of a large number of troops in Iraq the treatment was interrupted so that the dentists could attend to other troops. The article addresses if the patient was abandoned during this time. The American Dental Association Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct states…
  • The Ethics of a Dentist Leaving a Practice

    wisdom
    15 Aug 2015 | 7:38 pm
    An interesting article written by William Walton, appears in JADA December 2014, titled “Addressing the ethics of leaving a dental practice.” In the article, a discussion of what a dentist should ethically do when they are at a current dental practice and are moving to a different dental practice. It is stated that the American Dental Association Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct provide guidance on what should be done in such a situation. It is suggested that once a dentist knows they are moving to a different practice they notify their patients of this and…
  • Looking Forward in The Dental Market

    wisdom
    8 Aug 2015 | 9:18 pm
    An interesting article appears in the November 2014 issue of The Journal of the American Dental Society by Marco Vujicic titled “The invisible hand and the market for dental care.” In the article the author opens by discussing Adam Smith’s invisible hand and that it is better than central planning and regulated prices. The author then discusses the supply and demand of dental services from 1993 to 2012. In the article, 3 distinct periods of dental care from 1993 to 2012 are described. The first period was from 1993 to 2002 when dental care was growing steadily at about 4%…
  • Finding Relief From Headaches with Meditation

    wisdom
    1 Aug 2015 | 9:54 pm
    According to research published in the journal Headache, meditation may help migraine headache sufferers. Researchers have known that stress can be a trigger for headaches but there hasn’t been a whole lot of research done to evaluate meditation and it’s benefits. The researchers set out to develop a study to assess the feasibility, safety,and effects of a yoga and meditation intervention known as mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in adults who suffer from migraines. In the study 19 adults were randomly assigned to 2 groups with 10 of the adults receiving MBSR and 9…
 
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  • Fluoridation Fails a Kansas City

    21 Aug 2015 | 8:30 am
    Olathe, Kansas is fluoridated "Of the 339 children treated in school by dental hygiene students from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, 63 percent had tooth decay" Kansas Town Takes Dental Care To School : Shots - Health News : NPR
  • Fluoridation Fails Australia & New Zealand

    21 Aug 2015 | 3:53 am
    "Dentists in Australia and New Zealand are seeing a dramatic increase in young children, some as young as just eighteen months old, needing to have multiple decayed and rotten teeth removed." Dentists Blame Junk Food and Sugary Drinks for Tooth Decay in Young Children:Most of Australia and New Zealand is fluoridated.
  • Fluoridation Fails the Poor

    20 Aug 2015 | 3:52 am
    In Kentucky where fluoridation is state mandated, "His county experiences some of the highest rates of child tooth decay in the nation. At the elementary school in [fluoridated] Hindman, Kentucky, for example, UK's dental outreach program, the Eastern Kentucky Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, found that 65 percent of kindergarten through second grade (K-2) students were in need of urgent dental care or showed early signs of tooth decay. "You get tired of going to a restaurant to eat and seeing a young girl or boy working that just graduated a year or two ago and they won't even look up at…
  • Fluoridation Fails Minnesota

    13 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    In Minnesota, where fluoridation is state mandated In 2010, 55% of third graders experienced dental decay, while 18% of third graders had untreated cavities. Addressing Oral Health Disparities in Minnesota | Healthy People 2020:
  • Fluoridation Fails North Carolina

    12 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    "Tens of thousands of North Carolinians seek treatment for dental pain in our emergency departments each year -14% of our kindergartners have untreated decay."  North Carolina is 87.5% fluoridatedNC Oral Health Collaborative - North Carolina Foundation for Advanced Health Programs:
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  • Fast Ways to a Beautiful Smile

    Brent Cornelius D.D.S.
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:30 pm
    Are you getting married in two or three months? Going to a high school or college reunion? Heading out into the job market after a few years away? Meeting up with the “one who got away” while you’re visiting your hometown? We know you want to look your best at these life milestones and if you feel your smile could use some improvement, read below for several (relatively) fast ways to make sure you wow ‘em with a beautiful smile. Looking to impress a former flame in a month or and want a gorgeous smile? Several cosmetic dental treatments are available to quickly fix your teeth.
  • How to get the best Dental Implants Treatment?

    Saurabh Singh
    17 Aug 2015 | 2:10 am
    There are times when people have to face dental issues such as missing teeth. Missing teeth not only affect the oral health of a person but they also shatter their confidence level. Dental Implants Treatment can help such people in regaining their lost confidence. It has to be noted that dental implants are not cheap but indeed quite expensive. Therefore every bit of factual information must be gathered before making the final call. There are several things to know about dental implants treatment like the need for one. There are many reputed dental clinics across the globe that offers…
  • Advantages of SEO for Dental Practices

    Alick Willson
    12 Aug 2015 | 8:48 pm
    Internet marketing of your dental website has become an essential tool for business.  With proper internet marketing tools taken into practice, one can easily flourish their business. If you have a dental website, then contacting an SEO expert would come in handy as they have expertise in Search Engine Optimisation for Dentists Search Engine Optimization has become one of the essential aspects of internet marketing for dental services as it has various advantages associated with the same. Some of the advantages of SEO are listed below: The website is known to people as internet traffic is…
  • The Case of Cirque du Soleil, example for your Dental Clinic !!

    DentPro - Tu deposito dental
    7 Aug 2015 | 1:20 am
    The circus business was, and still is, a tremendous crisis. So the question is, how can you explain the success of the Cirque du Soleil? The answer is clear: they have reinvented the circus. Nobody wants to go see the bearded lady! In mature industries becomes increasingly difficult to gain market share, competitors are becoming more aggressive, growth slows or freezes, margins are trimmed and enters a fierce competition. The Cirque du Soleil has created a new market segment in which its competitors are at a great distance trying to fight for the same demand. This new market allows them…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Root Canal Treatment

    Saurabh Singh
    6 Aug 2015 | 12:57 am
    The most common cause of toothache is infection or inflammation in the pulp of the tooth. To relieve this unbearable pain as well as to prevent further complications, the tooth may be surgically extracted or saved by Root Canal Treatment. With awareness about oral and dental care rising, this treatment has become a common dental procedure. Root Canal Treatment, also known as endodontic treatment, is a procedure in which the damaged or diseased pulp of a tooth is removed and the inner areas like chamber and root canals are filled and sealed to save it from further infection. The Diagnosis Pain…
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  • Dos and don'ts for coaching your staff members

    31 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Practice success requires active leadership from the dentist. Your team, no matter how highly trained or motivated, will still need encouragement and guidance from you. Look for opportunities to praise and support your team throughout the day, Dr. Roger P. Levin notes in his latest Practice Success tip.Read more on DrBicuspid.comRelated Reading:Dos and don'ts for practice leadership: Be your practice's CEO -- chief energy officer, November 17, 2014Dos and don'ts for leadership: How effective leaders communicate, April 28, 2014Dos and don'ts for leadership: Traits of an excellent leader,…
  • Legal cases: Third-molar extraction with lingual nerve injury

    31 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    DrBicuspid.com is pleased to present a new, regular column from two lawyers who spend every day defending dentists in litigation and before the licensing board. This column will offer our readers a fresh perspective on common practice and risk management issues from attorneys who litigate these issues in the real world.Read more on DrBicuspid.comRelated Reading:Understanding malpractice insurance: The claims process, June 29, 2015Malpractice Insurance Primer: Part 2 -- Understanding the 'hammer clause', February 10, 2015Malpractice Insurance Primer: Part 1 -- Tail and occurrence coverage,…
  • Practice turnaround No. 1: Waiting won't make it happen

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    When the recession hit in 2008, many dental practices were left struggling financially. In this case study excerpt from his recently published book, Practice Turnaround: Succeeding in the New Dental Economy, Dr. Roger P. Levin illustrates how his organization helped a struggling dental practice regain control and accelerate growth.Read more on DrBicuspid.comRelated Reading:What dentists can learn about always improving, August 13, 2015What dentists can learn from top CEOs about changing their game, July 16, 2015What dentists can learn from top CEOs about managing their time, June 18,…
  • Study: 3D technique valid for postsurgery evaluation

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    After corrective jaw surgery for facial deformities, determining if the necessary skeletal changes have taken place has been difficult for practitioners. A study in PLOS One found that a new method of radiographic measurement using 3D images to assess the maxillomandibular changes after surgery may offer a solution to this issue.Read more on DrBicuspid.comRelated Reading:CBCT outstrips growth in all other dental x-ray segments, August 17, 2015AGD 2015: Digital dentistry is fast and accurate, July 7, 2015Groups issue position statement on CBCT use in endodontics, July 6, 2015Leaders in…
  • The Naked Dentist: Be like Mike

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Who is the best basketball player of all time? While there is plenty of debate, one name in every discussion is Michael Jordan. In his latest Naked Dentist column, Curtis Marshall relates how Jordan worked every day and how that philosophy applies to making your practice the best.Read more on DrBicuspid.comRelated Reading:The Naked Dentist uncovers hygiene productivity, August 14, 2015The Naked Dentist: 2 call lists to grow your practice, July 30, 2015The Naked Dentist revels recall, July 15, 2015The Naked Dentist pushes the 'dislike' button, July 1, 2015Michael Jordan in a swimming pool,…
 
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    Dental String

  • Top 8 dental apps available for Android .(Google Play).

    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:23 am
    Dental APP's available on Google Play.!!Click on the APP Name to install.1. Dental App2. Dental dictionary3. BoneBOX4. Dental Education5. Dental Anatomy 6. Oro dental lesions 6. All things dentinstry 8. Dental Study  
  • Tooth Loss Could Prove to be Health Disaster

    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    20 Aug 2015 | 10:02 pm
    A recent study showed tooth loss could be disastrous for a person’s overall health.Researchers from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom determined that participants in a recent study (all of whom suffered tooth loss) had major complications, similar to people who lose a limb. The consequences were so severe that they were life-changing in many cases.The study appears in the journal Sociology of Health and Illness.Some people who were part of the study often didn’t even want to leave their house. There were others who were upset because they needed dentures.Tooth loss is not…
  • Tooth Decay May Prohibit Growth in Children

    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    20 Aug 2015 | 11:06 am
    Tooth decay may be even worse than originally thought.A new study suggests that tooth decay may push back growth in children. The study appeared in the online version of Pediatrics journal and was conducted at University College London and King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital in Saudi Arabia.The research team wanted to explore the relationship between oral health and growth after previous studies failed to show definitive evidence one way or the other. In this study, the researchers looked at the dental decay and the correlation between height and weight in Saudi Arabian children ages 6…
  • 7 Steps to a Better Smile

    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    10 Aug 2015 | 1:44 am
    It's probably no surprise that a bright, white smile can make you appear younger and more attractive. In fact, according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a whopping 96 percent of respondents surveyed believe an attractive smile makes a person more appealing.But good dental health goes beyond the way you look. The mouth is the gateway to the body, which means the state of your teeth and gums affects your overall health. By following these steps to a better smile, you’ll be taking important strides for the rest of your body, too.1. Brush regularly. Brushing is the…
  • Welcome to Shree Sai Dental hospital.( Nallakunta / Shankarmatt.)

    Suhaas Pradhyumna
    7 Nov 2014 | 5:12 am
    The new millennium has begun with the century of globalization. At Shree Sai Dental Clinic, we are changing the way people feel about the revolutionary developments of dentistry. We pride ourselves on delivering dental services to our patients which are matching with international standards. The interest and excitement surrounding esthetic dentistry has added a new dimension to our hub. New widespread public awareness has created a demand for superior esthetic results and is a primary motivating factor for patients seeking dental care. It is no longer possible for a single specialist to…
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    MDPM Consulting

  • Client Feature Friday

    Gery Laboy
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:02 pm
    Your website should be more than just attractive; it should also convey your practice’s philosophy, and what sets you apart from the competition. With our clients, we accomplish both, in addition to optimizing their sites with original content and design/build elements. In this week’s client feature, we take a look at a new addition to... Read more »
  • Defining and Optimizing User Experience (UX)

    Jill Nastasia
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:49 pm
    When it comes to how “good” your website is, one of the most important measures is user experience. Regardless of how often your website shows up in search results, it will be empty traffic if the site doesn’t hold visitors’ attention and guide them through the conversion funnel. However, not everyone understands exactly what user experience... Read more »
  • Banking on a brighter future: Profile on Andres Bedoya of BBVA Compass

    Jill Nastasia
    25 Aug 2015 | 2:52 pm
    Last week, we announced that MDPM Consulting will join forces with the North Texas Hispanic Dental Association, MassMutual, BBVA Compass, and Optimal Economics Capital Partners at a business seminar geared toward dentists, CFOs, and industry controllers on Thursday, September 10, here in Dallas. MDPM Founder and CEO, Jill Nastasia, will discuss what online marketing can do... Read more »
  • Google’s Panda Updates: Are You Keeping Up?

    Jill Nastasia
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Google’s Panda updates set the industry standards and best practices for search engine optimization. Therefore, adhering to them is important if you want your site to continue to meet contemporary SEO guidelines and, as a result, continue ranking in search results. Recently, Google announced that its latest Panda update could take months to roll out... Read more »
  • What “From Google to Alphabet” Means for Your SEO

    Jill Nastasia
    21 Aug 2015 | 1:35 pm
    Last week, Google caused waves that are still resonating with the creation of Alphabet, which will become the parent company of Google and its conglomerate of other businesses.  Since the announcement, you might wonder how the change will affect your SEO efforts. Tailored to match contemporary Google standards, today’s SEO strategies could become irrelevant if these standards were... Read more »
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    Modern Practice

  • From Dentist to Small-Business Owner: Tips and Options

    Benjamin Pimentel
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:05 am
    You learn how to fill cavities and keep teeth clean and healthy in dentistry school. What you don’t learn is how to raise capital and manage business debt. “That can make life after dentistry school challenging,” says Genaro Romo, who started his career in Chicago in the 1990s. He quickly realized that being a successful dentist meant being a successful small-business owner. “We were trained to be dentists,” Romo tells NerdWallet. But “you need to know how to run a business.” Choose your path: group practice or solo After graduating from school, dentists essentially have three…
  • 3 Ways to Help Keep Your Dental Office Staff Happy

    Tim McNeely
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:30 am
    Happy staff, happy life? Quite possibly. Although there’s no guarantee that a happy staff leads to a happy dentist, you can be sure that a happy staff strengthens your practice. When your staff is unhappy, that unhappiness manifests itself in the form of turnover, which is something you don’t want to see with any level of frequency. Turnover is bad for your practice for a few reasons. First, it costs you money. You’ll have to recruit new staff and train them. You may even have to turn down appointments because you don’t have enough staff on hand. Turnover also hurts…
  • What are you waiting for?

    David Baker
    5 Aug 2015 | 7:31 am
    It’s pretty clear the world is changing at a remarkable pace. And this pace, as overwhelming as it feels today, is poised to steadily increase – many say it will continue to double every five years. So if you thought the last 20 years were something, the next 20 will be something else. For example, within three years there will 10 billion “things” connected to the internet, everything from your keys in case you lose them, to streetlights and garage doors so you can control them. Remote controlled air ambulances, cars that drive themselves and package-delivering drones were science…
  • Changing dental insurance with a connected toothbrush

    Larry Emmott
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    From Fortune: …a dental insurance company, giving connected toothbrushes to policy holders makes all the sense in the world. Knowing that your policyholders brush their teeth on the regular means they are less likely to develop cavities and other issues associated with high claims. The insurer might even be able to promote more brushing or even flossing using incentives from the app associated with the connected toothbrush. Source: Beam will change dental insurance one connected toothbrush at a time – Fortune I have very mixed feelings about this. On the one hand I think it is a creative…
  • Mediocrity Invited: how to encourage high performers

    Balaji Krishnamurthy
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:57 am
    In most of our companies we have a big sign with bold letters over the main door into our building. It has been there a long time and is such a regular part of the fixtures that we have lost sight of it. Although we diligently practice what the sign says, few of us, if any, notice it as we walk in and out of the building each day. We probably can’t even remember what it says, so let me remind you: “Mediocrity Invited.” We do many things to ensure that mediocre employees feel totally safe and secure and are not made uncomfortable. This month’s article illustrates examples of things…
 
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  • Back To School? Don’t Forget Dental Check Ups!

    Marielaina Perrone DDS
    23 Aug 2015 | 10:31 am
    As our children head back to school, we have a list of items on our checklist to get done. Usually this list includes shopping for new school clothes and buying essential books but dental check ups are often overlooked. Recent research has shown many students falling behind educationally because of poor oral care. During the
  • Dental Health Challenges For Women

    Marielaina Perrone DDS
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:12 am
    Maintaining good dental health is a challenge for all of us but it can be especially challenging for women. Women’s bodies have major changes that occur throughout life including monthly cycles and pregnancy. These changes are due to changes in hormones. As you may know, hormones can be responsible for dramatic shifts in our bodies
  • Dental Health Tips For Seniors

    Marielaina Perrone DDS
    14 Jul 2015 | 1:54 am
    As we age, we need to monitor our bodies far differently than when we were younger. This includes our dental hygiene. Prescription medications can have a big effect on dental health. They can lead to dry mouth which can lead to increased tooth decay. Below you will find some great dental hygiene tips to navigate
  • Smart Snacking For A Happy, Healthy Smile

    Marielaina Perrone DDS
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:41 am
    We generally do not make smart, healthy choices when snacking. Snacking usually occurs at a moment of weakness between meals at a moment of hunger between meals. This often means choosing a sugary snack which can have harmful effects on our dental health. Sugary snacks may taste great and be filling at the moment, but they
  • Happy 4th Of July 2015

    Marielaina Perrone DDS
    4 Jul 2015 | 1:11 am
    Wishing Everyone A Safe, Happy, And Healthy Independence Day!!! © 2015, Marielaina Perrone DDS. All rights reserved. Henderson Cosmetic Dentist
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    Goldin Peiser & Peiser, LLP

  • Entity Selection for Dental Practice

    agabrisch
    21 Aug 2015 | 11:06 am
    Check out the video below for Goldin Peiser & Peiser, LLP’s Entity Selection for Dental Practice. For more information contact Erick Cutler at ecutler@gppcpa.com. The post Entity Selection for Dental Practice appeared first on Dental.GPPCPA.com.
  • The Gray Market in Dentistry

    agabrisch
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:20 am
    When your practice purchases dental products directly from the manufacturer or an authorized distributor, dentists can be assured that their product is authentically the one they ordered. However – whether intentionally or unintentionally – dentists and their staff may be turning to the gray market to purchase their dental products. But buyer beware! This sometimes cheaper option is one that comes with some risks. “Gray market” is a generic term that typically refers to products that are traded and/or sold outside of the manufacturer’s authorized distribution channels. This differs…
  • ADA Conference on Genetics in Dentistry

    agabrisch
    7 Aug 2015 | 1:26 pm
    In October, the American Dental Association (ADA) will host a first-of-its kind meeting about the current issues involved in genetic testing and the expectations for genetics in dentistry. Dental practitioners and leaders of professional dental organizations are encouraged to attend the upcoming conference, currently scheduled for October 28-29, at the Association Headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. The purpose of the conference is to develop guidance that can be used to inform and access the design and analysis of genomic studies of oral diseases. The Task Force on Design and Analysis in Oral…
  • How to Determine the Value of Your Dental Practice

    agabrisch
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    By Erick Cutler Performing a dental practice valuation is no easy task. Whether you plan on selling your practice in the near future or simply want a fair comparison price against other dental practices for sale in your community, an accurate value assessment is critical when planning next steps or preparing for a dental practice transition. A professional valuation company may charge upwards of several thousand dollars to conduct a fair market review and produce an appropriate valuation report. Before committing to spending the money, it’s important to understand the different valuation…
  • Health Benefits Dentists Should Know

    agabrisch
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:53 am
    Offering employee benefits is a significant milestone for small dental practices. Deciding to offer health benefits requires careful consideration, and beginning the process can sometimes present a challenge. Here are a few common types of employee health benefits to get started. Health insurance coverage The dental practice can purchase a health insurance policy to cover eligible employees and their dependents. Coverage options exists through brokers, online or through the SHOP Marketplace. Health insurance reimbursement plan The dental practice can provide a tax-free reimbursement plan to…
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    Dr. Michael Sinkin, D.D.S

  • How Blogging Transformed Me Into A TV Star in the UK

    Michael Sinkin
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:40 am
    It’s difficult to remember a time when the internet wasn’t part of the everyday fabric of our collective lives. The Yellow Pages, let alone the regular white pages phone directory and countless other hard copy publications are a thing of the past.  Social media, Twitter, Facebook, Yelp, and LinkedIn are now as ubiquitous as the personal computers, macs, smartphones, tablets etc. that are used to access such outlets of connectivity and instant information. It was about seven years ago that I first collaborated with Betsy Kent, now a dear friend, but then a professional marketing…
  • “It was twenty years ago today….

    Michael Sinkin
    4 Aug 2015 | 6:10 am
    …. Sgt. Pepper taught his band to play.” And since that story has already been told (far more than twenty years ago and told so much more brilliantly than I could ever) I have another tale to tell. It was August 1, 1995, exactly two decades ago to the day, that I embarked on a life-altering professional mid-life course correction that took me from an 11-year partnership in a dental practice in Forest Hills, Queens, to a fresh start in a new (and my current) dental home at 30 East 40th Street. It was what I would describe as a professional do-over (reminiscent of playing sports with your…
  • I GRADUATED!

    Michael Sinkin
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
      Time really does fly when you’re having fun. At least that has been my experience these past two years. In the seeming blink of an eye, I just completed the two-year implant program at NYU College of Dentistry. That’s right, I “graduated” with my class this past June 10th (which befittingly was also the 33rd anniversary of my graduation from dental school!).     Who said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?     Two years ago my serendipitous discovery of and enrollment in, the NYU Implant Program has proven to be a life-changing adventure. While many…
  • 4 Things That Can Mess Up Teeth Whitening

    Michael Sinkin
    11 Jun 2015 | 4:27 am
    The effect that a more beautiful smile can have on a person’s self-image is overwhelmingly positive and transformational. I’ve seen it over and over again in my dental practice of over 30 years. And of all the ways to get a more beautiful smile, teeth whitening is the is the most requested. That’s not just in my practice but also in the entire country. In fact, in 2010, Americans spent more than 15 billion dollars whitening their teeth! But, whether you plan to use an over-the counter product available at most pharmacies or you have chosen to have teeth whitening performed in a dental…
  • Willy – A Dog’s Life

    Michael Sinkin
    28 May 2015 | 6:38 am
    I can’t believe it’s been three years since we lost Willy. In honor of a great companion, I thought I’d post it again: May 28th, 2012: Last week, my golden retriever Willy turned 15½. Yeah I know, who counts half years? But when you’re an old dog (75-108 in human years) every month counts. Besides, aren’t babies’ ages counted in months until they turn two? And the truth of the matter is that someone just happened to ask me how old Willy was and I realized that it was his half birthday (it’s not like I circled May 22nd on the calendar). Not surprisingly, what with…
 
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  • Facebook Beacons and Your Dental Office

    Chance Bodini
    14 Aug 2015 | 9:25 am
    Undoubtedly, you have noticed that more patients use their mobile phones than flick through magazines while in your waiting room these days. Many of your patients are using this down-time to either catch up on emails or browse their social media feeds - where Facebook and Instagram seem to be the most popular.Since Facebook provides business services, it should be noted that Facebook has created a free bluetooth "beacon" that businesses can use to drive engagement of nearby Facebook users to their Facebook pages. While it's unlikely that Facebook will provide these beacons to small businesses…
  • NERB vs WREB

    Chance Bodini
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:48 pm
    As a dentist who studied at a school on the East Coast, but took the Western Regional Board, I am often asked what's the difference between the NERB and the WREB?Note: The North Eastern Regional Board (NERB) is now called the "Commission on Dental Competency Assessments" or the CDCA, but will be referred to as the NERB for the remainder of this blog post.The main difference between the NERB and the WREB is defined by the states who accept each exam. While there is overlap, a notable state that does not accept the NERB exam is California. Since California did not accept the NERB…
  • How to Get a Dental License in California

    Chance Bodini
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:12 am
    I recently graduated from the University of Maryland with my DDS. As a resident of California for twenty-two years prior to beginning dental school, I had planned on returning to Southern California to begin my career as a dentist. This week, I received my license to practice dentistry in California (received license 6 weeks after graduation).There are three paths to licensure as a dentist in California. Licensure by residency - complete an accredited GPR or AEGD and receive a license to practice in California. The downside to licensure by residency is that you are limited to…
  • Studying for the California Dental Law and Ethics Exam

    Chance Bodini
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:46 pm
    I recently passed the California Law and Ethics Exam - an exam new graduates are required to take prior to obtaining their license to practice dentistry in the state of California.The exam is 50 multiple choice questions, 50 minutes in length. There is ample time to complete the exam, and most questions only require common sense to be answered correctly. To study for this exam, it would be wise to set aside an hour or so to complete this free online CE course I found that reviews the California Dental Practice Act. You can take the course…
  • Direct Mail Part 2

    Chance Bodini
    29 May 2015 | 9:09 am
    Following up Direct Mail Part 1.When you send direct mail, you need to measure your results. In order to measure your results, each advertisement needs to have:A unique design.A unique URL with analytics installed.A unique phone number with call tracking.A unique coupon code if you are offering a discount.Undoubtedly, the list you purchases is used by other businesses—some of which may be dentists. Selecting a stock design does not separate your ad from the noise and your campaign looks just as much (if not more) like junk-mail than your competitors’. You can affordably employee…
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  • Dental Implants and Osteoporotic Women

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    25 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    Women who are postmenopausal with osteoporosis are at a greater risk of losing their teeth. Tooth loss can be both painful and embarrassing and have an impact on quality of life. A recent study conducted by researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine sought to find which treatment for tooth loss “provides […] The post Dental Implants and Osteoporotic Women appeared first on David Wilhite DDS.
  • Can Missing Teeth Predict Cardiovascular Events?

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    18 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    People who have advanced tooth loss often have a history of inflammatory oral diseases. The University of Helsinki in collaboration with The National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) recently published an extensive cohort study in the Journal of Dental Research that found that tooth loss is associated with diabetes, future cardiovascular events, and even […] The post Can Missing Teeth Predict Cardiovascular Events? appeared first on David Wilhite DDS.
  • Dentistry Is Going Digital!

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    11 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    The rapid advances in technology have been changing the way we do things in many sectors and dentistry is no exception. One of the areas dentists are utilizing digital technology is in crowns. It used to be that if you had a cracked or broken tooth and needed a crown, you would have to go […] The post Dentistry Is Going Digital! appeared first on David Wilhite DDS.
  • Dental Anxiety

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    4 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    According to studies conducted in connection with a doctoral thesis at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, severe dental anxiety (DA) is linked to major health problems. The research (which included more than 3,500 subjects) also found that adults who suffer from DA are also unhappy with their appearance and suggests that the discontent may be […] The post Dental Anxiety appeared first on David Wilhite DDS.
  • Oral Bacterium Associated With Systemic Disease

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    28 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    According to research being presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, a serotype of oral bacterium with possible links to systemic disease was found in a small cohort of African-American children residing in southwestern Alabama. This is the first time is has been found. Fifty-seven children, aged 5 to 10 years […] The post Oral Bacterium Associated With Systemic Disease appeared first on David Wilhite DDS.
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  • Can Stress Weaken your Teeth?

    KFD
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:12 pm
    Have you ever wondered whether or not stress can weaken your teeth? The answer is yes. Too much stress can wreak havoc on your gums, teeth and mouth. You can take a few steps to keep your overall health under control while you are under stress, however, and this includes your mouth. By now you probably already know that your overall health is indeed affected by stress. What most folks don’t realize is that their pearly whites are affected as well. As you work on lessening the levels of your stress, here are a few things to keep in mind. Neglect Teeth can become neglected when a person is…
  • The Many Faces of Bad Breath Infographics

    KFD
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:49 am
    Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to http://www.kyrenefamilydentistry.com/ with this graphic.</strong></p> <p><a href=’http://www.kyrenefamilydentistry.com/blog/the-many-faces-of-bad-breath-infographics/’><img src=’http://www.kyrenefamilydentistry.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/kyrene-infographic1.jpg’ alt=’The Many Faces of Bad Breath’ width=’750px’ border=’0′ /></a></p> <p> The post The Many Faces of Bad Breath Infographics appeared first…
  • How to Floss Your Teeth Right

    KFD
    23 Aug 2015 | 6:10 pm
    img c/o: Pixabay.com Ever wonder how to floss your teeth right? Even if you have been flossing year after year after you brush your teeth, most folks are still somewhat astonished to learn that they are doing it the wrong way. Flossing the proper way removes food particles and plaque in areas of the mouth where toothbrushes are not able to reach. This includes between your teeth and under the line of the gums. Due to the fact that the build-up of plaque may lead to gum disease and decaying teeth, flossing daily is the recommendation. Flossing is Important Each time you go to get a checkup at…
  • How to care for your mouth after Wisdom Tooth Extraction

    KFD
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:01 am
    img c/o: Pixabay.com Ever wonder how to care for your mouth after wisdom tooth extraction? After wisdom tooth extraction, you will need to care for your mouth in order for healing to take place. Make sure you are aware of every stage of tooth extraction particularly when the teeth being pulled out happen to be your third molars. It usually takes two weeks for the healing process to take place. Of course, after a full month, full recovery is expected. In some cases which are more extreme, you will need to pay particular attention to the site of extraction for six months. If you want less time…
  • Wisdom tooth pain? Here are some home remedies to help

    KFD
    9 Aug 2015 | 5:00 pm
    img c/o: Pixabay.com Your third set of molars is also known as your wisdom teeth. This set of teeth emerge in your early twenties or sometimes even in the late teenage years. You usually feel some pain when they begin to come in just like the way you felt pain when you first got your baby teeth. You may have pain in the other teeth nearby, swelling gums or even headaches. Unless there is a decision made by your dentist that your third molars should be extracted, you will need a method of coping with wisdom tooth pain. Calling your dentist immediately is advised for severe pain. Many times, a…
 
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  • The Best Back-to-School Checklist for Phoenix Parents

    Matt Parker
    3 Aug 2015 | 3:22 am
    Summer flew by, didn’t it? It’s nearly time to go back to packing lunches, checking backpacks for homework assignments, and shuttling kids to practice after school. But before you throw yourself into back-to-school preparations, take a look at our handy checklist for the Phoenix area to help you prepare for the upcoming school year. Go […] The post The Best Back-to-School Checklist for Phoenix Parents appeared first on .
  • Ask Dr. Parker: How Safe Are Dental X-Rays?

    Matt Parker
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:45 am
    Getting x-rays is a regular part of many dental visits, but some people have questions about the safety of these x-rays. You may wonder: Should children be getting dental x-rays? What about pregnant women? Will they have any cumulative effect over your lifetime? Can you get cancer from dental x-rays? Are there safer forms of […] The post Ask Dr. Parker: How Safe Are Dental X-Rays? appeared first on .
  • Phoenix Sports Guide

    Matt Parker
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:41 am
    Phoenix is known for its sunshine, its open spaces, its gorgeous scenery — and its incredible sports scene. The city has long ranked among the best sports towns in the United States for professional and youth sports. Why is Phoenix such a fertile region for sports? Here are a few reasons: The incredible weather — […] The post Phoenix Sports Guide appeared first on .
  • Ask Dr. Parker: How Does a Cavity Form?

    Matt Parker
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    When you go to the dentist for a checkup, you hate to hear those four dreaded words: You have a cavity. No one wants cavities, but the average person has 13 cavities by the time he or she reaches ages 40-59. That sparks a natural curiosity about tooth decay: How do cavities form? And how […] The post Ask Dr. Parker: How Does a Cavity Form? appeared first on .
  • Ask Dr. Parker: Why Are My Gums Receding?

    Matt Parker
    21 May 2015 | 6:48 am
    Maybe your teeth have become sensitive, or perhaps you noticed your teeth appear longer than they used to. Or you may even be able to feel a small bump at the gum line that wasn’t there before. Whatever the symptoms, your gums are receding and it’s normal to be concerned about it. Have no fear: […] The post Ask Dr. Parker: Why Are My Gums Receding? appeared first on .
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  • Orthodontic Braces- What they are and do you need them ?

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    12 Aug 2015 | 12:01 am
    Orthodontic Braces have become an unfortunate reality for children and teens (and adults, for that matter too). As a child grows older, the parents, along with the children themselves may begin to notice that they have abnormal position of teeth. This can be ranging from the crowding of teeth, to the excessive spacing of teeth. A child may have a protrtruding jaw, which leads to the increased distance between the teeth of the upper and lower jaw. Aesthetics in such cases are greatly compromised and are usually the things which first come to mind to the parents and guardians, but what they do…
  • Fixed Partial Dentures- Dental Bridges

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    2 Aug 2015 | 11:40 pm
    Fixed Partial Dentures also known as dental bridges are dental aids which are fixed into position between present teeth, so as to replace the missing teeth with the artificial teeth. They are a semi-permanet mode of tooth replacement and can last over a decade! Dental Bridges are a wonderful alternative to removable partial dentures, as they have the convenience that you do not need to remove them everyday, and they provide a greater support. Advantages of Fixed Partial Dentures over Removable Dentures  FPDs (fixed partial dentures) have a doubtless benefit, that they are more convenient…
  • Removable Partial Denture

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    1 Aug 2015 | 12:26 am
    Removable partial dentures are a type of dentures which are used to replace missing teeth in the mouth, when the majority of teeth are still present, and these remaining teeth act as a source of support. It goes for without saying, that removable partial dentures are removable, i.e they are not permanently fixed into the mouth like dental bridges, and can be easily removed when required. Removable partial dentures can be used to replace anything from single tooth to multiple teeth, but they are usually not the most ideal form of tooth replacement. We will get into this later. Removable…
  • Complete Denture- A Utility for Replacing Completely Missing Teeth

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    31 Jul 2015 | 6:48 am
    Losing teeth is not something which anyone wants, it happens due to various circumstances which are not under our control. You may have lost teeth due to some trauma/blow to teeth, it may be congenital, it may even be because you have not taken proper care of your teeth, and with time, each carious tooth had to be extracted as it was beyond repair, and now you are left with a jaw without any teeth. Whatever the case may be, complete dentures are an unfortunate reality, but looking at the bright side, they are also utilities which help in replacing missing teeth in the oral cavity. In this…
  • Composite Fillings- The White Fillings

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    29 Jul 2015 | 4:33 am
    Composite fillings are one of the most popular fillings done today. They have replaced amalgam fillings as the most popular type of fillings, and that too not without reason. Composite fillings are “white fillings” as they are tooth coloured, which makes them much more aesthetically pleasing compared to amalgam fillings. They can be provided in the anterior teeth (teeth at the front of the jaw), as well as the posterior teeth (teeth at the back of the jaw) The process of  giving composite fillings may be a bit more technique sensitive as compared to amalgam fillings, but the…
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