In Your Face Oral Surgery channel has gone live with vids that are sure to delight! This week I go over the first dental VR company, Google Adwords 101 tutorial among many other things that you do not want to miss!
This is the second part of a 2-part episode where I have a very lively discussion with Patrick Jenkins from wealth advocates. Patrick Jenkins is a friend of mine and a fantastic financial planner with a wealth of knowledge and today he will eliminate the changes in the tax code
This is the first part of a 2-part episode where I have a very lively discussion with Patrick Jenkins from wealth advocates. Patrick Jenkins is a friend of mine and a fantastic financial planner with a wealth of knowledge and today he will eliminate the changes in the tax code
This week I announce the YOUTUBE channel IN YOUR FACE which you just have to check out! In addition we talk about decreasing inflammatory complications after third molar removal with postoperative antibiotics. There was a 40% decrease in those complication with the use of post operative oral antibiotics with only
In this episode I discuss a recent trauma case were a young man riding his motorcycle took a beating to his premaxilla fracturing tooth numbers eight causing a maxillary dental alveolar fracture a partial lefort fracture and an avulsed tooth numbers 11 up into the maxillary vestibule lateral to the
This week I start off with our Dental News to Abuse discussing periodontal disease and the oral systemic connection and what we know, what we need to think about and what we don't know. I then go into 6 ways that your website sucks and discuss what these pitfalls are
This week I pick out the best articles from the Spring 2018 ASDA Journal and discuss them. I start with the editorial on Checklists and then slide on over to patterns of Dental Anesthesiologist on practice. I then answer the age-old question of one carpule or two for a block
In this episode, I discuss office lease renew and negotiation, critical areas for compliance in the dental office, promoting new technology in the practice, changes in dentistry in the next year or two, and a lozenge that is being sold to reduce cavities and populate the mouth with good bacteria.
This week I begin our discussion with a review of a case report of a 64 year old lady who acquired hemophilia A. This lady went in with no known bleeding disorders and had a mandibular third molar removed and found herself intubated for 5 days and near death but