Dentistry Gone Digital

Dentistry Gone Digital

dental school

Dear D1s: Welcome to Dental School 

By: Savanah Craig Welcome to Dental School! You have worked so hard for this moment, and I want to be ...
chronically enlarged tonsils

Chronically Enlarged Tonsils, What Does It Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA Chronically enlarged tonsils are a common condition, more likely to happen in ...
periodontal disease and heart failure

The Link Between Periodontal Disease and Heart Failure

By: Kevin Henry A new study has given dental professionals yet another reason to talk to their patients about the ...
scalloped tongue case study

Scalloped Tongue, What Does it Mean?

By: Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, D-ASBA A scalloped tongue is characterized by wavy or rippled edges along its ...
professional identity formation

Professional Identity Formation

By: Savannah Craig Professional Identity Formation is a term I was unfamiliar with until it was brought up last week ...
why dentists aren't screening for sleep apnea

Why Aren’t Dentists Screening & Treating Sleep Apnea Patients?

By: Teresa Power DeNike, BS Sleep is a severely overlooked area in dentistry. In 2017, the ADA recommended all dentists ...
workplace bullying

How Dental Assistants Can Deal with Workplace Bullying

By: Dianne Auger, RDH, BS Have you ever loved your position on the dental team, and then it starts to all go ...
oral appliance therapy

How and Why to get Oral Appliance Therapy

By: Teresa DeNike If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, there’s a 90% chance your doctor recommended CPAP (Continuous Positive ...
Five People You Want on Your Side as a New Dentist

Five People You Want on Your Side as a New Dentist

By: Tara Abouhmahboub When you become a dentist, navigating the job market can be a challenge, and you certainlydon’t want ...
stay-on bonus

Sign-On or Stay-On Bonus?

By: Dr. David Rice The great resignation, team-turnover, call it what you will, is dentistry’s single greatest problem today and ...