Kevin Muench

Kevin Muench

Dr. Muench started his private practice in February 1988. Graduated from Boston College in 1980 with a B.S. Degree in Biology. In 1987, he graduated from New Jersey Dental School with honors and was elected into the Dental Honors Society, OKU. He received the Quintessence Operative Dentistry Award and the Dentsply Fixed Prosthodontics Award. In 1993, he received a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and in 2002 received a Masters in the Academy. He has completed greater than 1500 hours of continuing education since Dental School. He is an alumnus, visiting faculty, and an Advisory Board member of one of the most significant continuing education groups, The Pankey Institute. Kevin resides in his family home in Maplewood where he was born and raised. Kevin and his wife Eileen have three boys; Colin, Tommy, and Michael. They strongly believe that participation in community efforts are what make the difference in Maplewood NJ.

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Why Study Occlusion?

By: Kevin Muench DMD, MAGDTopic Originally Appeared on PankeyGram.com I’m a restorative dentist with a passion for…

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How Phased Therapy Elevates Your Single Tooth Dentistry Every Time

By: Kevin Muench DMD, MAGD Time can work against you, or it can work for you if phased therapy…

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Maximize Your Profitability Through Dental Real Estate

By Ken Jorgenson | March 24, 2021

It takes a lot to make sure your choice regarding dental real estate is the right one for you, your budget, and your future.

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Advice For New Associates in a Dental Practice

By Bruce Bryen | March 21, 2021

Welcome to the world of the business of dentistry. Here’s what you need to know if you’re starting out as a dentist and heading down the path of becoming an associate.

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Dealing with Imposter Syndrome in Your Dental Career

By Amisha Singh | March 14, 2021

By: Amisha Singh, DDS Leadership. You have heard the word, and maybe even understand the importance for your dental practice and your career. But this concept, which supports an industry of educators and thought leaders, remains an enigma for most practitioners. And there is one fundamental reason for this: Leadership in theory and leadership in…

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3 Dental Insurance Mistakes Practices Are Making

By Kevin Henry | March 1, 2021

As we dive deeper into 2021, dental insurance expert Teresa Duncan of Odyssey Management is seeing three big issues with dental insurance that practices encounter.

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Advice Every Dental Practice Should Hear: From a Baseball Usher

By Kevin Henry | February 17, 2021

A bike ride past Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., brought back memories of some great advice from an usher for dental practices.

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WalletHub unveils 2021 list of best and worst states for dental health

By Kevin Henry | February 10, 2021

So where does your state rank in terms of dental health for 2021? WalletHub has compiled its annual rankings.

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Differences in the Workplace “Garden”

By Natalie Kaweckyj | February 9, 2021

We all have stunning gardens that are unique to each one of us, writes Natalie Kaweckyj. She encourages readers to share their knowledge, expertise and passion, and watch the dynamics bloom.

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Great Dental Teams Start With a Great Vision

By Robert Maguire | February 9, 2021

Dr. Robert Maguire discusses what he has learned about building great dental teams during his years in the dental industry.

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Dental Assistant Drama in the Practice: Q & A

By Kevin Henry | January 26, 2021

One dental assistant is tired of the drama in her practice … but she’s making a plan on how to change her viewpoint.

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The one thing that dental team members want more than anything else

By Kevin Henry | January 5, 2021

There is one thing that your team members want more than anything else in 2021. No, it’s not more money.