Breaking Up (AKA Patient Dismissal): When and How You Should Do It?

Posted by Erica Laceria on Sep 28, 2016 10:00:00 AM

"When in the course of human events it becomes necessary… to dissolve" a dentist/patient relationship, remember that documentation is as important to your practice as the Declaration of Independence is to America. The key word here is dissolve. To dissolve a relationship is perfectly legal and, at times, necessary. However, to abandon is neither.

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Topics: provider tips, breaking up with your patient, patient dismissal

Smart Contact Lenses that Talk to Phones are on the Way!

Posted by Mariah Chitouras on Sep 21, 2016 10:16:56 AM

Technological advancements keep changing the way we approach healthcare. Researchers are saying the next big thing to bring change to eye care are “smart” contact lenses. Your vision patients may have a new option to track diabetes and other health problems. Be prepared to walk them through what this means.

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Topics: provider, contacts, contact lenses, vision care, vision health

Talk to Your Patients: To Floss or Not to Floss?

Posted by Brooke Ellis on Sep 6, 2016 9:45:13 AM

It’s perhaps the foundation of the advice you provide to dental patients: floss regularly. Floss for healthier gums, plaque removal and fresher breath. Although only four of 10 Americans floss once a day or more, just 20 percent say they NEVER do.

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Topics: flossing

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