At the end of a busy day of practice I joined my Seattle Study Club for a program on "Inflammation". The perspective wasn't just about looking for pocket depths and bleeding, but about how this effects our overall health. I am fired up for tomorrow to help my patients avoid both periodontal disease and the consequences of potential tooth loss, but also the
Sometimes the best days in our practices are not the ones where we make the most money or do the most complex dentistry. Sometimes it is changing someones life with fairly simple procedures for "relatively" low cost.
A common conversation at the morning huddle in a dental office is "what are we gong to do with the emergencies?" The real question is how will we take care of people who call with an emergency int he face of our already busy schedule? Something to consider is that instead of seeing this as an interruption in the flow of our day, we can se it as an
After reading a quote about leadership at the maritime museum in Auckland, the idea of what creates leadership have been on my mind. I have examples of leadership all around me in my life and in my dental practice and when I look at them they display the same components from the quote. Often leadership seems elusive, like some people are born with something