Six patients to avoid (part1).

Six patients to avoid (part1).

When you're a young dentist starting out you are desperate to be successful. You take on any and every patient who comes along. Children — no problems. Dentures — bring 'em on. Phobic people — step right up! But, when you gain a few years of experience you realise...
Weird name. Great product.

Weird name. Great product.

One of the nice things about visiting and working in lots of different practices is that I get to try out many different materials. Until a few years ago I thought all composites were pretty much the same. Some were tackier, some polished better, some were stiffer but...
Silly things dentists say

Silly things dentists say

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn The English language evolves and new expressions appear all the time. There's one that has come into use recently and I wish it would die. Immediately. It's meaningless, patronising and annoying. It certainly has no place in a dental office....
Adelaide 7 October

Adelaide 7 October

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn I'm delighted to say that the seminar in Adelaide on 7 October will be proceeding. Registrations have been going well and I now have just three places left. Thanks to the dentists of Adelaide. If you've been thinking of coming you better get...
The 30-minute crown prep

The 30-minute crown prep

[Occasionally I write a longer article. I hope that you enjoy the one below.] In human history there are some famous achievements that most people remember. Sir Edmund Hillary climbing Mount Everest. Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. Roger Bannister running the...
Adelaide calling

Adelaide calling

Earlier this year I scheduled my first ever seminar in Adelaide — The art of case acceptance: Click here for details. Due to venue and audio-visual costs we need at least ten attendees to make the seminar viable. So far we only have seven. A decision needs to be made...
Keep your foot on the pedal

Keep your foot on the pedal

When I visit dental offices I can tell a lot about how efficient a dentist is just by the sound of how they work. If I hear the handpiece running continuously (which is very rare) I know the dentist is efficient — they get it done. The drilling time for a crown...

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