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Learning is fun

What is on Dr. Kutsch’s must-read list?

December 15, 2014 |

I have many passions in my life. Dentistry, research, writing, playing banjo; but one of my passions that keeps all others fueled is my constant need to learn.  I have always been one to seek out experts and try and … Read More

The 5 causes of tooth decay

December 15, 2014 |

There are five main causes of tooth decay. By using pattern recognition you will be able to identify these “usual suspects” in your own patients.

If you’ve ever listened to Dr. Kim Kutsch speak, he has likely mentioned the “usual … Read More

Why dentists are always the villain (and how you can avoid it)

December 15, 2014 |

Have you ever Googled the phrase dentists are? Let me save you the trouble and let you know that what pops up is not pretty (‘not doctors’, ‘greedy’, ‘sadists’) you get the point.

Why is it that so many patients … Read More

Inside the Phillips CARE project with Michelle Hurlbutt RDH

December 10, 2014 |

The Philips CARE (Customized Assessment and Risk Evaluator) is an online tool that can help you provide more comprehensive care for your patients at all stages of life. Based on your evaluation and the clinical data you provide, the CARE … Read More

Why Sodium Hypochlorite?

November 13, 2014 |

One of the questions I frequently get is: “Why would I recommend sodium hypochlorite as anantimicrobial agent?” Obviously there are some challenges with sodium hypochlorite, primarily taste, and with some patients an increased susceptibility to staining. The best thing I … Read More