Embracing Trauma: Informed Dental Care for Patient Well-being By: Adriana Zuniga Patients come in and out of our dental offices from many walks of life. They are diverse in many ways and carry a large set of life experiences. Unfortunately, some of those patients come...
The Community of Dentistry By: Amisha Singh, DDS Community. When you read this word, what do you think about? Some of us imagine our families, the hands of our loved ones, the eyes of our children. Some of us think about the people in our neighborhood, the smiles of...
Launching Back into Practice Strong: In Every Crisis Lies An Opportunity – -By: Kim McGuire Unprecedented,” “New Normal,” “Uncertain.” These are the overused phrases and words describing this time. Certainly you and your business have been through a lot the last...
Building Resilience in Hard Times By: Laura Brenner, DDS We could all agree that having abounding resilience is the key to a long, successful dental career, right? The ability to recover from challenges and then continue on to thrive is vital. Without that quality, we...
COVID-19 – Identity, Community and Gratitude 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...
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