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Extreme Hobby: Dr. Elaine Halley on Running Marathons…From the Back

Completing 12 marathons in 12 cities, at her own slower pace, has taught this clinician to just keep going.

Sally McKenzie, 1951-2020

She leaves a void that will not easily be filled, as Sally dedicated her career of more than 50 years in dentistry to improving the profession and advancing the cause of women as owners of dental businesses.
Business

Achieve Post-Pandemic Cost Savings With These 6 Tips

Focusing on key business areas and making a few adjustments will result in a more profitable practice.
COVID-19

The Light at the End of the COVID Tunnel

The last six months have made many dentists feel afraid, doubtful and overwhelmed. Many will fail or even give up, but for those dreaming of group practice ownership, there may be opportunities in the near future.
Business

Adding New Services: A Tale of Two Practices

A side-by-side comparison of what it takes to add orthodontics and implants to a practice, and the different benefits these disciplines offer.

Best Looking Dental Office 2020

Do your patients constantly comment on how nice your office is? Did you put a lot of thought into the décor and design?
Clinical

Advancing Adhesives

A look at where adhesives are today, and the progress being made toward suture-less surgery.
Profile

Chuck Cohen

Benco’s Managing Director discusses the importance of putting the customer first and the role full-service distributors play in the dental industry.
Clinical

DIY Dentistry: How It Can Actually Benefit Your Practice

As dental professionals, it is our responsibility to guide our patients through this maze of promises, social media postings, and subtle, but aggressive, marketing psychology.
Clinical

Integrated Treatment Planning for Smile Design

Ultimately, treatment planning is a series of decisions, and therefore a series of choices.
COVID-19

What if I don’t want to go back?

I wanted to go back to my practice not because I HAD to but because I CHOSE to.
COVID-19

The Second Wave: Should Dental Offices Close Again?

Why it’s safe to continue treating patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Sally McKenzie, 1951-2020

She leaves a void that will not easily be filled, as Sally dedicated her career of more than 50 years in dentistry to improving the profession and advancing the cause of women as owners of dental businesses....

Chuck Cohen

Benco’s Managing Director discusses the importance of putting the customer first and the role full-service distributors play in the dental industry....

The Best PPE Contest Winner Selected

The winner will be chosen by Dr. Leslie Fang, a world-renowned physician, educator and businessman who has presented to more than 15,000 dental professionals on how to prepare their offices for a post COVID-19 environment....

Dr. Amanda Seay

She was tired of traveling to different study clubs and groups all the time, especially when some of the dentists attending her talks were only there for the free lunch. It just wasn’t rewarding, and it was eating into time she could be spending...

Dr. Leslie S.T. Fang

As co-author of “The Ultimate Cheat Sheets,” Dr. Fang is instrumental in connecting the medical and dental worlds—which has proven especially critical during the COVID-19 pandemic....

Extreme Hobby: The Need For Speed

How driving race cars helps one dentist relax. Life as a dentist can be stressful at times, making it important for clinicians to find ways to relax and recharge during their off hours. To inspire you to do just that, we’re featuring dentists...

Dr. John Kois, the Kois Center

Dr. John Kois started the Kois Center 25 years ago because he wanted to offer a learning experience that wasn’t yet available in dentistry. He used his passion for education and the learning process to create a graduate program for practicing...

Profile: Steve Anderson, the Crown Council

The fact Anderson doesn’t have a dental background actually has played a large role in his success in the industry. When he first started, part of his program’s appeal was the fact it didn’t just touch on what was happening in dentistry. When...

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