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. My eldest is...
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 educational outlets...
By: Amisha Singh, DDSThey say we are all at risk, all the time. They say that the rates for provider burnout are at an all-time high. Depending on which study you read, they say that more than 50% of dentists are affected, with young professionals being the highest...
By: Amisha Singh, DDS Sitting at the Awards Gala & President’s Dinner during the Rocky Mountain Dental Convention(RMDC), lost in amazing conversation with colleagues who have become friends, I foundmyself in awe. Less than a decade ago, the reality that I am...
By: Amisha Singh, DDS I wear two hats. I love both my hats dearly. The one of motherhood is worn in and faded. It feels like jeans, washed a hundred times, like a second skin – comfort, home and happiness. That hat is sometimes covered in peas and carrots and...
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