8 tips for reducing hand pain

Dentists may experience hand pain, which include throbbing, aching and stiffness, in doing dental procedures. Although pain in the hand can originate from problems in […]

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When interacting with challenging patients, behavior awareness can help

As my patient pool grows, the dentistry doesn’t change much, but the person in my chair changes every day. I connect with most patients pretty […]

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Customize, share your own 2015 World Oral Health Day poster

Celebrate and promote this year’s FDI World Oral Health Day on March 20 with your own customized poster — which can include your own smiling […]

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Tips for controlling upper back pain

As a dentist, you do many procedures that require a close visual field and fine, controlled movements of your hands for long periods of time. […]

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It’s flu season: What to know about influenza prevention and control

We’re at the peak of flu season. Since many symptoms of influenza are non-specific, it’s possible that the patient you are treating may have the […]

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Remodeling your practice

Grand Rapids, Mich. — When Dr. Andrea Toth bought an existing practice in October, she knew she needed to remodel. Soiled carpets. Furniture from the […]

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