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August 1, 2011 News Marketing strategiesNew Technologies

Roll your own….

by ken

Found a few interesting sites for those diehards who like to “roll their own” when it comes to graphics for blogs and e-newsletters. In searching out topic areas, this particular aspect of practice management is exploding….. http://www.dentalwisdom.com/training/anatomy/traininganatomy1.html  for those explaining

July 26, 2011 News Cajones

Sometimes, it’s all about “cajones”

by ken

I have never found committees an effective way to bring about change..once you’ve done the first go ’round of discussion, the topic has shifted and the focus of the discussion skewed and invariably, the decision is diluted and the objective

July 21, 2011 News General News

Gordie Cee – COME ON DOWN!

by ken

From Dentistry IQ / Dental Economics Ask Dr. Christiansen Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD For more on this topic, go to www.dentaleconomics.com and search using the following key words: dental assistants,in-service education, clinical time, Dr. Gordon Christensen. Q: I was recently at

July 8, 2011 News Occlusion

Neuromuscular Dentistry

by ken

I know very little about occlusion, in fact, it serves my purposes to reduce the occlusion completely for accuracy in reference points. Came across this while on a trend/topic/blog scavenger hunt…..for comment. It was the blog on neuromuscular orthotics that

May 11, 2011 News Marketing strategies

The mother of all dental internet marketing mavens….

by ken

Was doing a search on the topic of SEO/Search Engine Optimization for a blog entry and came across a website that truly encompassed every conceivable facet of web based marketing and landing #1 or #2 on a GOOGLE search.  We

April 30, 2011 News ElearningGeneral News

Clinical eChronicle of Treatment Outcomes REDUX

by ken

Work continues on development of a second blog for Oral Health and it’s readership – oops, erase that, it’s viewership. The intention is to create a blog that is case report driven, searchable by topic and egalitarian in that everyone

May 31, 2010 News Periodontology

Little-Known Mouth Fluid May Lead to Test for Gum Disease

by ken

ScienceDaily (May 28, 2010) — A little-known fluid produced in tiny amounts in the gums, those tough pink tissues that hold the teeth in place, has become a hot topic for scientists trying to develop an early, non-invasive test for