Just wanted to very quickly share my experiences with having live chat on our practice website. This is a draft post just to get my findings recorded, i will keep adding to it as i dive deeper in good and bad of having live chat on a dental practice website. After live chat was put »
Our mouth is one of the most tender parts of our bodies, and we feel vulnerable letting someone touch it. The mouth is a mixed bag because it is a source of both great pleasure and if infected, extreme pain. Therefore, confidence and trust are musts in your dentist for patients to feel comfortable and accept treatment. »
White teeth have become a phenomenon in the United States. Turn on the television, open an entertainment magazine, watch a popular movie and you will see that all of the stars have brilliant and seemingly perfect white teeth. Remember Demi Moore’s teeth in Ghost and compare to a current photo. Not only are they all crowned and »
I graduated Temple dental in 2001 with little clue how to successfully and orthodontically move a tooth. Like most clinicians, I learned little about orthodontics in dental school. Sure I bent some wires, took a gazillion alginates, uprighted some molars, and occasionally made an active or passive appliance. Requirements, however, were minimal and Ortho at Temple was always the ‘easy A.’ When Invisalign started »
When I was a junior dental student I joined an outreach group travelling to Haiti to provide oral surgery to its citizens. Temple University Dental School, now known as the Kornberg School of Dentistry, travelled to Haiti each year unless political unrest made it unsafe to do so. I was up to date with my oral surgery requirements and »
Bad breath, how to fight it?
Thoughts on how to treat toothache prescription-free
discussing techniques for painless dental injection