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December 4, 2011 News Elearning

Virtual education – an idea finally being understood and accepted

by ken

I’ve taken or given CE for 137 years and once the Internet took hold, never understood the practicality of sitting in a room with poor acoustics, uncomfortable chairs and in the vast majority of situations, that had no facility for note

July 6, 2011 News Tradeshows

I’m sorry, the concept of virtual exhibit halls is piffle?

by ken

From Dental Tribune – July 4, 2011 TORONTO, Canada: The majority of dentists in Canada find it difficult to make time to visit dental exhibitions, figures in the new annual report by the country’s Dental Industry Association suggest. Over 70%

March 7, 2011 News Endodontics

Root Perforation Repair

by ken

As an endude, the majority of the material I have access to is related to enduding.  There are TONS of other disciplines on YOU TUBE, but the objective of this little itty bitty piece of the blogosphere is to showcase

February 19, 2011 News General News

South of the border, down Mexico way, that’s where I fell in love where stars above, came out to play.

by ken

Canadian and American dental patients are heading to Mexico in their droves to avoid high dental costs in their own countries. In recent years,the number of dental patients heading abroad for treatment has increased signif Image via Wikipedia icantly, as

January 9, 2011 News Evidence based dentistryGeneral NewsPreventive Dentistry

50 reasons to oppose fluoridation

by ken

Dr. Paul Connet, Ph.D. of St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY offers 50 reasons to oppose fluoridation as listed below and the statements are slightly edited. 1, Humans don’t need fluoride to have good teeth; 2, Fluoridation is unnecessary. Most Western

October 24, 2010 News Implantology

Look for soups, beets, asparagus and tuna fish in distended cans

by ken

Because the majority of dental implant patients are older and have facial aging, dentists may want to consider the benefits of rejuvenation techniques such as Botox to maximize the cosmetic outcomes of the procedure, according to a presentation at the

October 6, 2010 News Trends in Dental Education

What it was, what it is, what is shall be

by ken

The vision of this blog remains ill defined, not unlike an experiment in the social sciences whereby, the objective is unclear because the technology hasn’t permeated the majority of the viewers and the application of the technology remains blurry.  Still

June 25, 2010 News Women in dentistry

Is there a need? Indeed!!!

by catherine

The Second Women’s Weekend Dental Conference was, by all accounts, and yes, I was there to experience it first-hand, a roaring success. Held in June at the White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, attendees were wined, dined

May 11, 2010 News Implantology

Women in Implant Dentistry

by ken

From Implant Dentistry – April 2010 – 19(2) – p 91by Misch-Dietsch, Francine DDS, MDS We contributed, and we continue to contribute, to the world of science; and that is for the betterment of the world. “We” are women. This