Take life with a grain of salt… Plus a slice of lemon, and a shot of tequila.
“Always remember that you are unique; just like everyone else.”
I will be presenting two sessions in Dallas Thursday October 10
Source: Southwest Dental Conference
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Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died
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Duct tape is like the force. It has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the world together.
I am honored to be presenting two programs at the Ontario Annual Spring Meeting in Toronto.
When tempted to fight fire with fire, remember that the Fire Department usually uses water.
I will be presenting four sessions at the PDC in Vancouver March 8th and 9th
Paperless records are just the beginning; digital technology ultimately empowers dental team members with a more efficient – digital workflow – utilizing online communication and electronic services. Digital technology is revolutionizing every aspect of the dental practice; including how we communicate how make clinical decisions and how we manage the everyday flow of patients and staff in the office.
Source: Pacific Dental Conference 2018
I am honored to be presenting three courses at the Greater New York Meeting November 28 and 29.
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Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.
What an honor I am presenting to the 40th annual LDS Dentists Conference Today, August 19.
Join us August 18-19 at our annual dental conference where we will celebrate our 40th Anniversary! BYU Campus – Provo, Utah To learn more or to register: ldsdentist.byu.edu ATTENTION […]
I am looking forward to keynoting this amazing conference August 18.
Alaska, West Virginia and a four state bundle right in the middle of the country, Nebraska, Wyoming, and both Dakotas.
I fully intend to get to all of them eventually. However in the meantime if you are from one of the neglected six and need an entertaining and informative dental speaker or maybe an in office consult…give me a call; I’d love to come visit.
I am looking forward to presenting on paperless records and digital workflow at the Utah State Dental Convention next week April 28.
Paperless records are just the beginning. Digital technology ultimately empowers dental team members with a more efficient digital workflow, utilizing online communication and electronic services. Digital technology is revolutionizing every aspect of the dental practice, including how we communicate, how we make clinical decisions and how we manage the everyday flow of patients and staff in the office
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