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And this is the power of a blog….vote for it, be the ball!!!!!

June 18, 2011
by ken

At Oral Health, we have a surfeit of riches in our Editorial Consultants and Contributing Consultants. We don’t need to go outside the Oral Health family to seek knowledge on the topics of relevance of the day.  This is an entry dedicated to using the POWER OF THAT KNOWLEDGE BASE and the POWER OF WORDS that we can access immediately and to provide Canadian dentists and beyond the capacity to share and care using the Internet and it’s expansive, pervasive and endless array of communication tools to serve the profession we all so deeply respect and cherish.

The idea is Kathy Kincaide’s of Dr. Bicuspid….I have always been a firm believer in two axioms, COPY GENIUS, and to see further, you must stand on the shoulders of giants.
There are two important pieces missing for this “initiative” and the Clinical eChronicle of Treatment Outcomes to happen.  One, a internal memo to the consultants that this is being initiated and two, the creation of a social networking array of icons on our blog to ensure that the message can be delivered using the auspices of the most powerful communications tool mankind has ever known.  
This tool is a terror to some; to others, it’s an elevation of the Aristotalian metaphysical premise that all people by nature seek knowledge.
If you believe this to be relevant then let your voices be heard…..COMMENT……it’s the most effective means to make change in a world where YOU don’t necessarily set the rules.

Leaders in Dentistry: A conversation with Dr. Stuart White
By Kathy Kincade, Editor in Chief

June 16, 2011 — DrBicuspid.com is pleased to present the latest installment of Leaders in Dentistry, a series of interviews with researchers, practitioners, and opinion leaders who are influencing the practice of dentistry. We spoke with Stuart White, DDS, PhD, former chair of the oral radiology department at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry and a pioneer in the development of selection criteria for dental radiography. He shared his thoughts on growing concerns about radiation exposure from diagnostic imaging and what dental practitioners can do to ensure patient safety.

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