The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
Feng Shui, What Happened?

Feng Shui, What Happened?

    By: Allen Vean, DDSAccording to the Spruce.com, Feng Shui is a practice of looking at our environments and how to live in harmony with the principles of the natural world. This comes from an ancient poem and reflects upon how human life can beideal if we...

Building Resilience in Hard Times

Building Resilience in Hard Times

    By: Laura Brenner, DDS We could all agree that having abounding resilience is the key to a long, successful dental career, right? The ability to recover from challenges and then continue on to thrive is vital. Without that quality, we would not be able...

COVID-19 – Identity, Community and Gratitude

COVID-19 – Identity, Community and Gratitude

    By: Amisha Singh, DDS I sit staring at the white space on the paper. I am in my home office after having been at home for six weeks, practicing social distancing and watching the world change before my eyes. My children play under the table at my feet....

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