As promised, the finale of the Father of Dentistry, Gordon Christiansen DDS lecture in Vegas last month with techniques for your dental practice. What have I been up to since? Glad you asked. Had an upper endoscopy ...
Ask the Dentist Column
June 7, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dental Office Technology Tips In our blog last week, "Is Your Dental Office Keeping Up with the Times?” we shared quotes from Gordon Christiansen DDS, the father of dentistry, in a two-day dental conference in Vegas. As promised, we are ...
June 1, email@example.com
Q: How can I be assured that my current dental office is up to date? A: A timely question for me, for sure. I Just got back from Vegas, or what I like to call “Disneyland ...
May 24, firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I had an awful experience at my dentist’s office where she could not get my tooth completely numb. How can this be avoided? A: Easy answer, but first a quick mother’s day story: Visiting my son ...
May 17, email@example.com
Today was a great day for dentistry and for all dentists that do what I do. I received a gift from a patient who had gone through major dental implant reconstruction with me for nine months. ...
May 10, firstname.lastname@example.org
BREAKING NEWS: Due to the recent passing of comedian Don Rickles, one of my personal favorites, he will NOT be attending our FREE dental lecture to the public. Here is what the rest of you will learn: How to have implants placed ...
May 3, email@example.com
Q: I cannot tolerate a removable denture due to a strong gag reflex. I am willing to replace my missing teeth with dental implants, but how will I avoid the dental impressions needed to make the teeth that will be attached ...
April 26, firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I am angry with my dentist who made me responsible for additional dental fees even though he gave me a fixed price at the start of my treatment. Is this ethical? A: Welcome to another exciting edition of ...
April 19, email@example.com
The Dental Drill Has Finally Been Silenced Q: I have hearing aids that are very difficult to remove and cannot stand the wine of the dental drill at my dentist’s office. I can’t use music headphones either due to the interference ...
April 12, firstname.lastname@example.org
Today was a great day for dentistry and for all dentists that do what I do. I received a gift from a patient who had gone through major dental implant reconstruction with me for nine months. (She told me she ...
April 5, email@example.com
Q: I need to have a tooth removed, but cannot leave the office without a tooth due to my profession. What are my options? A: This reminds me of a story in my early years in practice where I inserted my foot ...
March 29, firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I had some dental work done last April before I returned to my summer residence for the summer. I had problems with the work and had another doctor perform the needed repair and replacement. Is it the norm to ask ...
March 22, 2017superiorvirtual
Porcelain Crown Q: I have a temporary crown. Money is tight for me to have a permanent porcelain crown and wonder how long I can hang on to this one before I have a problem. A: I will answer this great question ...
March 15, 2017Dr. Mitchell Josephs, DDS
Dental Implants Q: Some doctors told me they can pull my tooth and stick the implant in right away; others said I have to wait 3 to four months before they do the implant. What are the pros and cons? A: I ...
March 8, 2017Dr. Mitchell Josephs, DDS
Full Dentures Q: Other than not “feeling great”, do I have other potential health risks using dentures? A: The thing I like least about my profession is breaking bad news to patients. (Not the mild stuff; like “Too Jays is ...
March 1, 2017Dr. Mitchell Josephs, DDS