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August 7, 2011 News Computer softwareWebsites

Your browser reimagined..

by ken

I feel the need, for speed!!!! www.rockmelt.com – the future of linkage just got PHHHASSSSTTTTERRRRRR

May 6, 2011 News Innovations in dentistryPathologyPeriodontology

The Future of Dentistry: What can we expect? Turn on the blender….this is a two-parter in one go…..

by ken

Psssssssssssssst – grab a beer, this is a long’un From PerioEducation.com- by Kimberly R. Miller, RDH, BSDH The future of Dentistry is Wellness! With the innovation of salivary diagnostics, chair side blood testing and antioxidant screenings, we can preemptively uncover

March 4, 2011 News Implantology

Back to the Future; Back to the Roots

by ken

Could not resist posting this ADDVERTE – cuz it mentioned ROOTS….depending on whether or not English is your first language, the impression that can be taken from the copywriting is welcome back to where it should have all begun, the

December 12, 2010 News Trends in Dental Education

Future of Dentistry – Quadratic equations

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The accompanying links are an amalgam of commentary, prognostication and at the same time a reflection that so much of what we are fed is like watching a duck on a pond; what you see is calm, almost serene, a

December 11, 2010 News General NewsTrends in Dental Education

Future of Dentistry – Pas de Deux

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By Eric S. Solomon, DDS, MA Part 1 of a 4-part series Dentistry is going through a transition. As we shall see,the range of dental services and the mix of dental practice employees have changed dramatically during the past half

November 17, 2010 News Practice managementSocial networkingTrends in Dental Education

Alvin Toffler you bloody genius!!!!

by ken

By Danny Bobrow, MBA The history of the public’s perception of dentistry may be viewed as consisting of three waves. I like to describe the first wave with the term “Feel Well Dentistry.”  During this wave, dentists were perceived as