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Are You Ready for the New Boom in Pediatric Dentistry?

Pediatrics is the fastest-growing market in dentistry. Dr. Roger Sanger explains how DOCS Education's updated protocols can keep you on top of the new wave.
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Resolution 77: The Most Monumental Mistake the ADA Could Ever Make

The ADA is voting on revised sedation guidelines, known as Resolution 77, on November 10. The resolution will obliterate oral sedation dentistry—and put you and your patients at risk.

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One Step Closer to an Enamel Restorative Treatment

Researchers in England report progress in the search for an effective restorative agent that can curtail infection and sensitivity. If dentinal tubules, nanoparticles and fluorosurfactants are your thing, keep reading.

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Why Anesthetics Aren't Effective for Long Cases

A member has been on a losing streak when it comes to keeping his patients numb and comfortable for restorations. Why isn't the anesthetic as effective?

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The Single Most Important Reason Why Every Dentist Needs Advanced Life Support Training

It's inarguable, infallible and undisputable. Just ask veteran dentist and longtime DOCS Education Member Dr. Steve E. Chamish.

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Millennials Prefer Dentists to the Banking Industry

A study shows that Millennials are primed to wreak havoc on the banking industry, which has nothing to do with dentistry. Or does it?

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Is it Safe to Sedate a Bipolar, Diabetic Smoker with Active Hep. C?

A patient presents with multiple medical conditions, including bipolar disorder, diabetes and an active HCV infection. To top it all off, she's a smoker. Should the clinician proceed with oral conscious sedation?

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Why Google and the Movie Industry are Fighting over Dental Aligners

A lawsuit between two dental alignment device-makers is pitting Google and Apple against the movie and recording industries. Who knew dentistry could be so divisive?

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Should I Take on this Case or Punt to OR?

Sometimes even the most experienced sedation dentists need a little help from their friends. A DOCS Education Fellow seeks advice from faculty about whether he should take on a sedation case or refer it out.

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What Does 400,000-Year-Old Tartar Tell Us?

Anthropologists are gaining insight into the lives of prehistoric humans using data gathered from ancient teeth. What researchers are discovering is amazing.

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Dr. Michael Silverman, president of DOCS Education, requests the assistance of members to help those suffering from the storms’ catastrophic results—as well as offers help to those members affected and are in need of practice space to treat emergency patients.
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A DOCS Education member for the past 12 years, Dr. Cook explains why he chose to practice dentistry, his biggest challenges, and why he considers Dr. Omar Reed as his mentor in the dental profession.
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The Section 179 Tax Deduction allows small business owners to deduct the full amount of qualifying equipment and/or software purchases made in 2012.
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If you’re one of the lucky doctors registered for the Atlanta Oral Sedation Dentistry course, then you have the chance of winning two tickets to this year’s SEC Championship game! The game, held on Saturday, December 1 at 4 p.m. EST at the Georgia Dome, determines the Southeastern Conference's football season champion.
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A past DALS attendee emailed his DOCS Education CE Representative expressing how his DALS training helped him during a critical time. What crucial tip from the DALS course did he implement when he suffered a medical emergency?
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The person who answers the phone makes the first impression for your dental practice. What impression is your practice making?
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