Everyone Matters: Seeking leadership diversity in organized dentistry

It has been a long but fulfilling 10 years of hard work in organized dentistry – or “dental-land,” as I like to affectionally call it. […]

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Diversity and Inclusion: The importance of cultural competency training in dentistry

Many moons ago when I first arrived in the U.S., I was a double major in biology and music in piano performance at Fresno State, […]

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In response to civil unrest, ask yourself the hard questions

A couple days after the brutal killing of George Floyd, I was watching the world news with my mother and I said to her, “If […]

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Q&A: Discussing protests, supporting black community as dentists

The past few weeks have been challenging. Many dentists went back to work after a tough two month-break, dealing with PPP loans, concerned team members, […]

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Pride 50th anniversary: Five ways you can be a better ally dentist

At 1:20 a.m. on June 28, 1969, eight policemen arrived at the Stonewall Inn and announced “Police! We’re taking the place!” At the time, police […]

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