The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
The Path Forward…

The Path Forward…

     By: Greg Hill, JD, CAE In 2016, the Colorado Dental Association (CDA) began a five-year strategic plan focused on growing membership and restructuring its governance to increase internal capacity to better serve its members. As that five-year plan is...

Is it Time to Make Some Changes?

Is it Time to Make Some Changes?

     By: Dr. Allen Vean What will you tell your children, grandchildren, and hopefully your great-grandchildren about the events of the last fourteen months? What an incredible part of American history we have all witnessed. Unfortunately, this part of...

Could the Pandemic be a Blessing in Disguise?

Could the Pandemic be a Blessing in Disguise?

    Many of us were fortunate to emerge from the past year intact — physically, mentally, andfinancially, giving us so much to be thankful for. We have the opportunity to use this experience to become more thoughtful and intentional and less judgmental and...

The Future of Digital Dentistry

The Future of Digital Dentistry

     By: Ms. Cindy Kelly Intra Oral scanners for the dental practice, much like computers and cell phones, have become smaller, faster, more accurate, more affordable and undoubtedly something we can’t live without. I/O scanning software continues to evolve...

The Articulate Dentist is a blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society, providing members with insight into the dental industry, practice management tips, tech trends and best practices as well as Society news and updates.

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