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An Easy Hygiene Exam Onboarding System

By Kristie Kapp, CEO, RDH A clear training system for the new hygienist is imperative for efficient and effective hygiene exams. There are three sections to the exam process:  the connection, the download, and the review. All three are essential …

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The Biggest Killer of Dental Professionals

By David Meinz, MS, RDN, FAND, CSP Alex Morgan, DDS* is one of those health nuts. He’s a runner, doesn’t eat much meat, and even practices yoga. His cholesterol is good, his PSA is fine, and his family and team …

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The Importance of Nasal Breathing

By Kathleen Carson, DDS We should all be making every effort to breathe through our nose the majority of the time. Our nose is made for breathing for important reasons, some of which I will highlight here. Breathing is one …

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Reconcile, or Reckless?

By David Harris CFE, CPA, CMA, CFF, FCPA A dental embezzler’s approach is predictable. They ask themselves whether the reconciliation process in your practice is thorough and complete. “Reconciliation” is the oversight of the daily and monthly balancing done by …

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Stop Watering Dead Plants

By Belle DuCharme, RDA, CDPMA When it comes to gardening, I don’t have a “green thumb.” I do best with succulents and cactus because they need little attention and make my southern California yard look great. I look at plants …