All about character: What my time with the Army National Guard has taught me about being a dentist

The Army Blackhawk helicopter banked over the mountain ridges of California before soaring through the canyons and hovering over treetops doing their flight maneuvers. A […]

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Six pearls for the dental soul

It has been a year since I received my doctorate in dental surgery. I still remember graduation day and the unparallel feeling of walking across […]

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For a successful practice, it starts with the art of communication

Location, location, location — words to live by in the world of real estate and business. Even with practices being the very epitome of small […]

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The perks of joining a study club

So you recently completed four (or three, I’m looking at you UoP Alumni) rigorous years of training. Countless exams. Late nights. Too much coffee. Not […]

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‘Dental Olympians’: Moving forward amid the COVID-19 pandemic

“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” – Plato As I watch the New Year’s Eve ball dropped, I embraced the […]

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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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