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I am MDDS: Isaac Chung, DMD

I am MDDS: Isaac Chung, DMD

    Isaac Chung, DMD Orthodontics Denver, CO What influenced your decision to specialize? And, why orthodontics? I was very fortunate to have had orthodontic treatment as a teen. When I was younger, I was fairly shy. It also didn’t help that my smile wasn’t one I was...

The POWR Act: An Employment Law Update

The POWR Act: An Employment Law Update

    By: David Bashford, Attorney This article is intended as general guidance and not as legal advice. As of this writing, the Colorado legislature is poised to pass the Protecting Opportunities and Workers’ Rights (POWR) Act, which the Governor is expected to sign,...

A Generational Transition is Coming

A Generational Transition is Coming

    By: Marko Vujicic, Ph.D. We are at a crucial moment for the dental profession. A fork in the road, so to speak. Several major trends are combining to bring change to the dental practice model. While uncomfortable to many, these changes also bring unique...

Help End Opioid-Related Deaths

Help End Opioid-Related Deaths

    By: Kevin Patterson, DDS, MDPast President MDDS, Current CDA Vice President, member BOD JPOIAA Dental providers continue to do their part to minimize the number of narcotic prescriptions and number of pills given to their patients; however, unfortunately, the...

2022: Looking Back, Looking Forward

2022: Looking Back, Looking Forward

    By: Steven Karsh How did your portfolio hold up in 2022? If you owned only stocks and bonds, it was a brutal year and historically bad for a 60/40 portfolio. The Bloomberg Aggregate Bond Index was down 13%, more than four times the previous worst return since...

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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