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Summary: New ADA Opioid Policy

In 2016 over 200 million prescriptions for opioids were dispensed to individuals in the United States. As of March 2 of this year there are more than 2 million cases of opioid addictions across the country. (CNN, 2018) Opioids are drugs formulated to replicate the...

Have You Heard of This Teeth-Friendly Treat?

Like most seven-year-olds Alina Morse badly wanted to accept the lollipop a bank teller offered her. But she remembered what her parents had always told her—that candy like lollipops was bad for her teeth. However, unlike most seven-year-olds Alina didn’t just move on...

ADA Says: People Want to Go to the Dentist

According to a survey shared by the American Dental Association (ADA) earlier this year, for the second year in a row dentists were named the top health practitioner Americans want to see more often. In fact, this survey (the Adults Oral Health & Well Being Survey)...

Is Your Practice Busy But Not Productive?

Does that seem like a strange question? Do you think that busy generally equates to productive at your practice? If you do it may be time to rethink that. Busyness can equate to productivity, yes, but it can also be deceptive. For example, someone can busy themselves...