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10 Coffee Mugs You Can’t Do Dentistry Without

September 29, 2016 |

Because coffee first..then do the dentistry.





10 hilarious coffee mugs you just can’t do dentistry without

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You probably need one of these awesome dental mugs

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WTF- Spontaneous Sneeze Discharges Migrated Dental Implant

September 1, 2016 |

Can you sneeze out a dental implant? Well, it appears you can. Check out this report from Italy in the World Journal of Clinical Cases.



Extraordinary sneeze: Spontaneous transmaxillary-transnasal discharge of a migrated dental implant Can you sneeze … Read More

Expert Panel: Top Mistakes New Authors Make and How to Avoid Them

June 27, 2016 |

Publishing is a fantastic way to gain exposure and establish yourself as a subject matter expert in your field. While just about anyone can submit articles for publication, some are far more successful at seeing themselves in print–often because they … Read More

Want to Bill Medical Insurance in Your Dental Office? Learn the Basics First

June 9, 2016 |

At Links2Success, we help dental practices learn to bill medical insurance for medically necessary procedures. Billing medical insurance helps your patients afford necessary treatments and helps you expand your practice. Before you jump into medical billing, it helps to understand … Read More

San Francisco Approves Labeling Sugary Drinks as Dangerous to Health

May 23, 2016 |

San Fran is known for being progressive. True to form, they are the first city to approve a city-wide warning label to be placed on sugary beverages like soda and Gatorade ads. The warning will read:

WARNING: Drinking beverages with … Read More

An Educated Response to the Cochrane Report on Xylitol

April 2, 2015 | 1

There is another recent news report concerning the role of xylitol in preventing dental caries. This follows the big news coverage from January 2013, detailing the results of the XACT clinical trial. That study was published in JADA and set … Read More

A Caries Researcher’s Response to the Big Sugar Scandal

March 16, 2015 |

I’ve read the current news reports in the last two days about the influence of the Big Sugar Lobby’s influence on government policy and research during the 1950’s and 60’s. The uncovered documents provide a paper trail that I find … Read More

Is dental caries really a disease of choice?

January 14, 2015 |

Every dental professional at one time or another (if we are being honest) has silently judged a patient that has cavities.  We think that If only they would listen to me they wouldn’t be here.

I admit it is a … 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

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