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The ADA is made up of individuals—here’s one of them. Who are you? I’m Dr. Tyler Scott. I’m a proud member of the Class of 2009 of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. Currently I’m working as an employee in my father’s dental practice, and we are working with advisors to transfer ownership from(…)
The Kansas City Barbeque Society reports that Kansas City has more barbecue restaurants per capita than any other American city. Apart from the delightful fact that there is such a thing as a barbecue society, this information is important to you for two reasons: A person who has enjoyed some barbecue is a person who(…)
If you are the owner of a dental practice, you might already have an employee agreement for use in clarifying expectations between the practice and the dental team. If you don’t have an agreement in place, consider Preparing Written Employee Agreements. As the title suggests this brief document is not a substitute for legal advice,(…)
It’s the day before Thanksgiving and, to be honest, we are already focused on the upcoming holiday. We have been spending a lot of time with this video How to Toothpaste. The video was made by Vi Hart, a self-described “Recreational Mathemusician” and therefore this video is purely aesthetic, rather than clinical in nature. Still,(…)
Preparing for the Worst — Disaster Recovery We have been working on the next issue of ADA New Dentist News and one of the pieces is about the importance of disaster preparedness. An electrical outage is usually just an inconvenience. But if the power was down for an extended period in your community,(…)
November is Diabetes Awareness Month and the ADA is taking the initiative in spreading the word on how uncontrolled diabetes can affect individuals’ teeth and gums. A recent study in the Journal of the American Dental Association found that one of five cases of total tooth loss in the United States is linked to diabetes.(…)
Due to a revision of the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) you must provide mandatory employee training by December 1, 2013. The basic goal with the changes this training covers is to improve your staff’s understanding of the chemical hazards in your office. Need more information? ADA members can(…)