The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
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...

A Day of Golf for a Good Cause

A Day of Golf for a Good Cause

     By: Kevin Patterson, DDS, MD The JP Opioid Interaction Awareness Alliance needs your assistance to help drive down opioid interaction deaths and reduce emergency room visits related to opioid misuse and abuse.  As dental healthcare providers, it is...

Finding Gratitude When  You Least Expect It

Finding Gratitude When You Least Expect It

     By: Laura Brenner, DDS Which Came First - Gratitude or Success?Chances are growing up you learned the more success you would have in life, the happier you would be. Somewhere along the way I believed that too, so I set my life up to create the ultimate...

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