DAD Editor Kevin Henry refers to a recent online article that lists 10 ways to help you earn the respect of others. But one of the most important things to keep in mind is that it’s hard for others to respect you if you don’t respect yourself.
Menopause: pause and take control with real solutions
The word menopause gives most people pause. It happens, but no one wants to talk about it ... until two doctors, David C. Miller and Lovera Wolf Miller, came on the scene and wrote Womenopause: Stop Pausing and Start Living, a book that acts as an informative yet compassionate guide through menopause. Click to continue Share:
It's time to recognize!
Natalie Kaweckyj, LDARF, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, CPDA, MADAA, BA, president of the American Dental Assistants Association, encourages dental assistants to nominate well-deserving individuals in the profession who have achieved great things. Click to continue Share:
Dealing with the loss of a pet
DAD Editor Kevin Henry interviews Dr. Diane Pomerance, who created, established, and serves as director of the Pet Grief Counseling Program for the SPCA of Texas. Dr. Pomerance explains how grief is different from just loss, and offers tips to help you cope with your grief when you experience the loss of a beloved pet. Click to continue Share:
Scheduling for success
Mark Absher, office manager and marketing director for his wife’s dental practice, shares his simple and effective method for scheduling that improves profitability without causing team members to work longer hours and possibly reaching burnout. Click to continue Share:
New procedure codes and updated fees for 2011-2012
This year has brought some rather unique, as well as potentially troublesome, issues and challenges with the redefinition of and changes to dental procedure codes. Tom Limoli systematically steps through the various clinical dentistry categories and explains the updates you need to know about. Click to continue Share:
Getting started in implant dentistry
With implants being such a widely accepted treatment option, implant auxiliaries must be comfortable with answering patients’ questions. Vicki Garza, RDA, ITC, shares three things with colleagues that have helped her on the road to learning to assist with implant treatment. Click to continue Share: