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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North Carolina dentist uses creativity to teach children about importance of oral health

It wasn’t supposed to be this big. Earlier this decade, ADA member dentist Dr. Gina Mancini of Jacksonville, North Carolina, was invited to teach children […]

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ADA Wellness Survey: Poor ergonomics emerge as major issue

Does your neck hurt? Your back? You’re not alone. The ADA Council on Dental Practice’s Dental Wellness Advisory Committee conducted a 2015 survey to study […]

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Let go and live with less control

We all hang on to ideas, emotions and memories that sometimes deserve to be let go. In this article, I discuss learning about a major […]

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Practice Successfully, Live Well: Ergonomic advice to reduce work-related pain

Dentistry is a physically demanding profession. Dentists often assume awkward positions to provide treatment to their patients. This leaves them at high risk of developing […]

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