Juggling motherhood and a full-time career in dentistry: How I make it work

U.S. News recently listed dentistry as the #2 job in the country. Undoubtedly, our profession offers great work-life balance, career growth and low unemployment. However, […]

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80 ways to make your dental practice green

Going green is more than a trend — it’s a reality. Many businesses large and small are adopting green habits to reduce waste and conserve […]

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month: ‘We have a duty to discuss HPV with our patients’

To my fellow members: As we mark Oral Cancer Awareness Month this April, let’s discuss an issue that has personal significance to me. I have […]

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Oral Cancer Awareness Month: the perfect time to brush up on resources

The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be 51,540 new cases of oral and oropharyngeal cancer this year and 10,030 deaths from the disease. […]

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Oral cancer awareness in the spotlight this spring

Dr. Elizabeth Kapral faces what she calls “complex situations” almost daily. The department she works in at the Erie County Medical Center campus in Buffalo, […]

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Dentists in good position to spot eating disorders

When it comes to the early detection of eating disorders, dentists are in a unique position for spotting the early warning signs and referring patients […]

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