About The Webinar IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN CONTACTED DIRECTLY by a dental support organization (DSO), don’t worry, you will be shortly. We believe DSOs are growing at a 15% rate, as they consolidate the dental industry throughout the US via acquisitions and massive hiring of new dental school graduates. You will either join one …Learn More
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Michael Flanell, RDH, MBA, discusses mouth breathing and how clinicians can help patients make informed decisions regarding treatment Introduction From birth we are designed to breathe through the nose. Infants take their first breath through their noses once they are born. Newborn infants are considered obligate nasal breathers, hence dependent on a patent nasal airway …Read CE Article
Nicole Cavalea, MS, discusses co-treatment goals of myofunctional therapy Orthodontists and pediatric dentists are often the first professionals to identify a patient’s abnormal patterning of the mouth and tongue, as these abnormalities interfere with the structural integrity of orthodontic treatment. A visual assessment of the following characteristics can indicate the need to co-treat with an …Read CE Article
Dr. Ryan P. Robinson discusses how recognizing possible sleep issues in oral anatomy can lead to more comprehensive patient care Sleep is considered one of the most important pillars of health and wellness, and it has been proven to help the brain and body heal. When people do not get a sufficient amount of hours …Read CE Article
Dr. Alfred C. Griffin Jr. discusses how technology led him back to indirect bonding As an orthodontist in practice for over 35 years, I have seen many changes in the way we practice. I entered the profession well after the integration of “prescription brackets” into the orthodontic armamentarium, and bonded brackets had been around for …Read CE Article
Dr. Mark W. McDonough reviews several common uses of the vertical slot Are you interested in increased treatment efficiency? Do you like to treat challenging cases? Would you like a better bracket at no additional cost? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you should have a vertical slot in your bracket. The …Read CE Article
Dr. Bruce H. Seidberg discusses various forms of harassment and substance abuse Introduction Part 1 of this series focused primarily on the dentist-patient relationship, informed consent, and documentation of treatment. Part 2 focuses on two other areas of dental practice that intersect with the law. The first is harassment, which deals with the demeanor of …Read CE Article
Dr. Bruce H. Seidberg begins his comprehensive discussion of risk management Introduction Risk management involves several areas of a dental practice, including, but not limited to, the doctor-patient relationship, communication, informed consent, and documentation.1,2 The principles of documentation and informed consent are recognized worldwide, and this primer is intended to provide a better understanding of …Read CE Article