The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
For Less Decay, Try Something Sweeter

For Less Decay, Try Something Sweeter

    By: David Bashford, Esq. A few things that we know. We spend every bit as much awake time with co-workers as we do with family. No surprise, then, that the key factors contributing to job satisfaction are (1) engagement, (2) respect, praise and...

Tax Time: Here We Go Again

Tax Time: Here We Go Again

    By: Luke Gheen, CPA, MBA It’s the time of year that many dental professionals dread: tax time. After a year of pushing your practice forward and providing world-class care, you now must relinquish too much of your hard-earned income to the United States...

How Our Words Change Our Life

How Our Words Change Our Life

    By: Amisha Singh, DDS Sitting at the Awards Gala & President’s Dinner during the Rocky Mountain Dental Convention(RMDC), lost in amazing conversation with colleagues who have become friends, I foundmyself in awe. Less than a decade ago, the reality...

The Power of Being Decisive

The Power of Being Decisive

    By: David Maloley, DDS, FAGD Professional development is an important part of our journey as dentists. We all want results; the big question is how to achieve them. Results come from taking action, and all action starts with a decision. There are a...

Chaos to Productivity in 90 Days

Chaos to Productivity in 90 Days

    By: Scott Frederick, DDS For years I was stuck having the same repetitive day —seeing patients, being stressed out trying to get to the hygiene checks completed on time, and being stuck at an average production. I knew I needed to change something. I...

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