Oral Health Group

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Connectivity

February 17, 2012 News Community outreachComprehensive reasoningConnectivityContinuing EducationElearningTrends in Dental Education

The diplomacy of knowledge

by ken

We are a geographically a huge country with a population less than the state of California if you count Arnold Schwarzenegger twice…we could have a Canadian dental intranet – iTrans – it would require very little to make itransdental.com the

February 3, 2012 News BlogsClinical case reportCommunity outreachComprehensive reasoningConnectivityContinuing EducationTrends in Dental EducationWebsites

Yee Haw, Bazynga, Whoo Whoo and all that stuff – blog of the day!!!

by ken

http://ucladentaliptp.wordpress.com/2012/02/ Talk about EUREKA!!!  UCLA INTERNATION POST DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAM – go visit, it’s a mind blower!!!!! Double click the image to peruse, then hit the link and go postal!!!

December 29, 2011 News APPsBlogsConnectivitySocial mediaSocial networkingTrends in Dentistry

QR codes……far more relevant to the future of your practice than encryption

by ken

Watch out for the literal avalanche of QR codes on store windows, advertising pages and if you’re really really really on top of your social media marketing game, the dental world is going to figure out how to use them

December 17, 2011 News Computer softwareConnectivityData storagePractice managementTechnology

Company Introduces Platform For Wirelessly Connecting Medical Devices – 2Net implications for dentistry await..

by ken

December 17th, 2011 by Felasfa Wodajo, M.D. in News One of the major announcements at last week’s mHealth Summit was made by Qualcomm who introduced a new platform for wirelessly connecting medical devices. The 2net platform abstracts away the details of connecting a

December 17, 2011 News ConnectivityDental AssociationsSocial mediaSocial networking

Change is good, greed is good – Ask your members, do a poll – find out what “they” think!

by ken

In the Internet world, have committees become obsolete, do we need to tolerate the failure to be transparent in governance, informed after the fact rather than being encouraged to be our own advocates during the due diligence and discussion process.

December 15, 2011 News CAD/CAMComputer softwareCone beam computed tomographyConnectivityContinuing EducationDental LaboratoriesImplantologyTechnologyTreatment planning

Treatment Planning and Placement of Dental Implants Continues to Change with Computer Guided Dentistry

by ken

From Cosmetic News Traditionally, the placement of dental implants has been an intuitive process. However, recent advancements in three-dimensional diagnostic and treatment technologies, has substantially changed the approach of clinicians to the treatment planning and placement of dental implants. Improvements

November 10, 2011 News ConnectivityDental conventionsElearningTradeshowsTrends in Dental Education

The death knell of the one day convention has been sounded!

by ken

Please check out the image and visit http://microscopedentistry.com/meeting11/ – then visit – https://public.me.com/ken.serota160 Public Folder and look for Foundations and Expansions yadda yadda or hit files.me.com/ken.serota160/z0eqz8.mov and see what happens!!! This is the first online (sorry about the bold –

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

October 22, 2011 News Cloud computingConnectivityElearningElectronic Health RecordsGovernment regulations

New Gmail Design – read carefully, the word spot is not in the title

by ken

There is simply no longer an excuse for any dental practice in Canada not to be online and connected to receive email. You may not feel the need to be involved with Google + and the social networking aspect, but