Oh No… I Just Got Stuck – How to Manage an Exposure Incident By: Leslie Canham, CDA, RDA, CSP Imagine you are working on a patient and as you reach for an instrument, you suddenly feel something sharp. You are bleeding and you realize that you just had an...
Dental Assistants: The Secret Weapon of a Dental Practice By: Kevin Henry In my 20-plus years serving as the managing editor for Dental Economics, editor of DrBicuspid.com and group editorial director for Dental Products Report, I have seen a lot of great things...
The Five Stats Every Dental Practice Should Monitor By: Dayna Johnson When I say “monitor,” I don’t mean you write the numbers down on your spreadsheet, stick it in the three-ring binder and forget about it. I mean you are writing it down, talking about it with your...
Building Community at RMDC Anywhere By: Angelica Seto, DDS 2020 has been an extraordinary and challenging year. In the dental community, we have had to overcome an abnormal amount of adversity, but the shining light has been seeing everyone come together to pull...
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