5 Things Dentists Should Know About Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a dangerous disease that takes a serious toll the body over a long period of time with a variety of health complications that include but are not limited to hypertension, stroke, heart disease, and diabetes. The disease is particularly destructive because sleep is an essential part of anyone’s health, influencing hormone…

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OSA in Women: An Invisible Problem

Every dentist wants to be able to say that they did everything they could by the time a patient walks out of their appointment. Human error can’t be avoided forever, however, and there are always certain types of cases that are more likely to slip under the radar than others. One such example would be…

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Don’t let your patients leave your office satisfied!

Satisfied is not enough. Make them leave you ENTHUSIASTIC, and eager to tell the first person they see about their great experience.   At the end of each dental visit a closure is needed to leave your patient with a WOW! feeling. A five part, one minute DEBRIEFING.   Such a communication, while the patient is…

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