Specialization, Socialization and Freedom By: Allen Vean, DDS We all remember our dental education days. Some of us are reminded of hard times, good times and friendships that have lasted our entire professional lives. Moments of learning when your brain finally...
Feng Shui, What Happened? By: Allen Vean, DDSAccording to the Spruce.com, Feng Shui is a practice of looking at our environments and how to live in harmony with the principles of the natural world. This comes from an ancient poem and reflects upon how human life can...
An Early Start: Talking to Children About Diversity By: Erin Issac, DMD “But are those healthy gums? Why do they look like that?” asked my 8-year-old patient as I showed him pictures in a chairside flipbook about oral health. We were discussing cavities, but...
How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Affecting Practice Owners? The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on many industries including dentistry. This is one perspective in a series of blogs on how the stay-at-home order and the virus is affecting individuals in...
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