Zuckerberg could be targeted in Facebook FTC investigation

April 29, 2019

From 9to5Mac: According to a report from The Washington Post, federal regulators are investigating Zuckerberg’s past statements on privacy and considering holding him responsible for Facebook’s numerous privacy lapses. According to the report, FTC veterans have encouraged investigators to “take direct aim at Zuckerberg” and put him under additional federal oversight. Source: Zuckerberg could be targeted […]

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Training is not Optional

April 26, 2019

Dentists this is not an effective technique. You do need to be trianed on using your computer system.

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E-services work

April 25, 2019

…the study revealed that for those who have adopted a PRM solution, those challenges were addressed. Most organizations saw significant reductions in no-shows and savings of staff time, rather than higher costs or use of staff time. Source: State of PRM Report from Solutionreach Reveals Four Key Trends | Business Wire The link goes to […]

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CBCT can Detect root fractures

April 25, 2019

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) is useful in detecting vertical root fractures (VRF) in vivo even when the fracture line itself could not be visualized on CBCT, according to Russian researchers Source: Endodontics — April 12, 2019 What makes all of the amazing things possible we see with CBCT is that second “C” it stands for […]

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Dental Art

April 24, 2019

“Tar” By Jason Levesque aka stuntkid The drippy lip is a common theme. Dental art is anything that depicts teeth or dentistry in an interesting or artistic way. If you have any suggestions for future Dental Art pieces please send them to me or give me a link. Thanks. Previous “Dental Art” images can be found here […]

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How You Can Use Geofencing to Grow Your Dental Practice

April 23, 2019

From my friends at TNT Dental: Geofencing technology allows you to “draw” a perimeter around a specified location. Where you draw the line is up to you. Once a patient that you’re targeting enters that space, the advertisement you’ve created will pop up on their smartphone. According to Duct Tape Marketing, geofencing increases app usage […]

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Heart 3D-printed with human tissue

April 22, 2019

A team of Israeli scientists “printed” a heart with a patient’s own cells in a world first, researchers say.Past researchers had been able to print simple tissues without blood vessels, the team said. This development was the first time “anyone anywhere has successfully engineered and printed an entire heart replete with cells, blood vessels, ventricles and […]

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Oxymorons

April 19, 2019

Act naturally Found missing Advanced BASIC Genuine imitation Soft rock New classic Clearly misunderstood Peace force Pretty ugly

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Apple Watch ‘prolonged my life’ by spotting deadly heart illness just days after new ECG feature launched,

April 18, 2019

Apple Watch ‘prolonged my life’ by spotting deadly heart illness just days after new ECG feature launched, Source: Apple Watch ‘prolonged my life’ by spotting deadly heart illness just days after new ECG feature launched, gadget owner reports

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Dental Art

April 17, 2019

“Black Grill” Very elegant evening wear. These would look good with a tuxedo. Dental art is anything that depicts teeth or dentistry in an interesting or artistic way. If you have any suggestions for future Dental Art pieces please send them to me or give me a link. Thanks. Previous “Dental Art” images can be […]

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Three Paperless Forms Options

April 16, 2019

Forms and signatures are one of the essentials of record keeping. How then can you have a paperless record? There are three methods to gather the information electronically and totally bypass the paper. Tablet PC:A tablet PC is a mobile computer in the shape of a slate. The i-Pad is the best known tablet but […]

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Photos and Digital Charting

April 11, 2019

If you get a good set of intraoral digital photos and x-rays you can do much of the charting at your desk. You no longer need to be chairside with the assistant calling out findings while she scribbles things down on paper. This is especially true with existing restorations, broken teeth and other conditions. You […]

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Dental Art

April 10, 2019

“Dental Debauch” I do not have a title, artist or date for this. However my guess is early 1800s. It is quite typical of traditional dental scene paintings. It depicts a public event, the patient in great distress, the “dentist” pulling a tooth and the audience reacting. The audience is the most interesting part. There […]

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Amazon adds HIPAA compliance to Alexa Skills, opening door for secure health apps

April 9, 2019

From  GeekWire: Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant has a new trick: transmitting secure patient information between patients and caregivers. Developers can now use the Alexa Skills Kit to build HIPAA-compliant apps, opening the door for hospitals, insurers, digital health startups and others to manage patient data through voice. Source: Amazon adds HIPAA compliance to Alexa Skills, […]

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The BIGGEST Barrier to going High Tech

April 8, 2019

Implementing new technology involves more than buying and installing a product – it also requires change. People resist change for a variety of reasons and overcoming that resistance, from both doctors and staff, is often more of a challenge than actually using the technology. Source: Dental Technology Courses | Internet Presence | Paperless Records | […]

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A.I. Shows Promise Assisting Physicians

April 4, 2019

From NYT: In a paper published on Monday in Nature Medicine, the scientists reported that they had built a system that automatically diagnoses common childhood conditions — from influenza to meningitis — after processing the patient’s symptoms, history, lab results and other clinical data. The system was highly accurate, the researchers said,… …Dr. Kang Zhang, chief of […]

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Bottlenecks

April 4, 2019

More wisdom from Seth Godin: It would be difficult to water your lawn without a nozzle. The bottleneck creates pressure that allows you to reach further. But in an organization, a bottleneck can be a real problem. Source: Bottlenecks | Seth’s Blog I think the dental high tech connection is obvious. Nothing happens in a […]

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Dental Art

April 3, 2019

“Iowa Bicuspid” Dental student drawing Dental art is anything that depicts teeth or dentistry in an interesting or artistic way. If you have any suggestions for future Dental Art pieces please send them to me or give me a link. Thanks. Previous “Dental Art” images can be found here on Pinterest.

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Telemedicine

April 2, 2019

Doctors are making house calls again. Not exactly a house call as we knew in the past but a digital telemedicine call. Telemedicine is the house call of the digital age. Tele medicine or tele dentistry is the use of technology to provide medical diagnosis or treatment from afar. That means a patient could sit […]

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