Kyle Fagala DDS, MDS; Neon Canvas: Memphis, Tennessee; 2022; neoncanvas.com In this book, Dr. Kyle Fagala waxes poetic about some patients with pretty diverse dentitions — one has teeth like gummy bears, one has three rows of teeth, and one is a snowman with a case of “frostbite.” They all have different reasons for visiting …Read Column
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In an array of colors, blue, white, purple, red, or pink, lotuses are touted as symbols of peace, beauty, and longevity. I love lotus flowers. Earth.com describes them as extremely strong with the first one estimated to have sprouted millions of years ago. For all of its breathtaking beauty, the lotus flower grows out of …Read Column
Whether you’re an early adopter or follow a more conservative approach, it’s an exciting time to be in orthodontics. Fueled by advances in AI and 3D-printing scalability, technology in our industry is evolving rapidly. Just 21 years ago, Align was pioneering sequential aligner treatment using refrigerator-sized SLA machines to make one arch at a time, …Read Column
In my columns, I have always shared my thoughts on professional and personal success. I’ve shared MedMark Media’s triumphs, and in recent years searched with you for solutions to some very tough challenges. As always, I am so proud of MedMark Media’s publications and the team that has been the center of my life for …Read Column
Edited by Nearchos C. Panayi, DDS, DOrtho, MOrtho • 2021, Quintessence Publishing • www.quintpub.com Dr. Nearchos C. Panayi — a practicing orthodontist in Cyprus and a PhD candidate at Athens Medical School — has assembled 21 other knowledgeable professionals to take readers through a multitude of digital transformations in orthodontics. Many of the changes from …Read Column
It’s truly rare when I can’t make a positive contribution to my patients’ lives. I can always make an impact, and I have boxes full of letters, photos, and handwritten notes from past patients expressing gratitude for changing their lives. After 40 years of practice, that continues to make me feel good. Owning three orthodontic …Read Column
Kristin Tauras, JD, guides dental specialists through the legal elements Dental specialists are increasingly being sued for professional malpractice. As one plaintiff’s counsel explained, it is easier to get a dental specialist to settle than any other medical professionals these days. While most other medical professionals are aware that they are the target of lawsuits …Read Column
Our worlds are so busy with our time consumed with improving clinically, professionally, and personally. We work hard and hopefully find the time to play hard. From my view as a publisher of four and soon-to-be five dental publications, I see and hear about so much innovation going on in the dental community. Dentists are …Read Column