The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
Toilet Paper, Fear, Social Stigmas and Heroes

Toilet Paper, Fear, Social Stigmas and Heroes

    By: Jack Nguyen, DDS, MSWhat would you do if you actually ran out of toilet paper? Any given answer could plausibly work; however, think about what types of emotions were provoked by that question. What are some things that cause fear? A few examples...

The Three C’s Need A Little Work

The Three C’s Need A Little Work

    By: Allen Vean, DMD It certainly does not seem like almost four years ago I became temporary and then co-editor of our quarterly publication. In that time, I have reviewed journals, blogs, websites, newspaper articles, social media posts, and other...

Better Posture, Better Health, Better Practice

Better Posture, Better Health, Better Practice

    By: Neil Wolkodoff, PhD In the dental profession, you are either standing or sitting at a forward angle during most of your work. It is simply unrealistic to expect this forward, tilting position to be mediated and corrected by sitting properly during...

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