DOT - Use the Code DENTALDIGEST for 10% off https://www.oneplacecapital.com/ Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin James Otten, DDS Bachelor of Science in Zoology & Minor in Microbiology University of Arkansas 1977 Doctor of Dental Surgery, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry 1981 General Practice and Hospital Dentistry Residency-Certificate, Veterans Administration Medical Center in Leavenworth, Kansas 1982 Center for Advanced Dental Studies, St Petersburg FL, Completion of Curriculum in Advanced Restorative Care and the Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment of Occlusal and Temporomandibular Disorders 1989-1993 The Pankey Institute, Key Biscayne FL, Completion of Curriculum, Continuum I-VI plus Advanced Studies, 1991- present Piper Education and Research Center, St Petersburg FL, Seminars I-III, Advanced Diagnosis, Management and Treatment of TM Disorders, 1994-2013 Other: Compiled over 3500 hours of Continuing Education in the study of Occlusion, TM Disorders, Facial Pain, Esthetics, Invisalign Certification, Implant and Prosthodontic Restorative care. Associate Professor Prosthodontics University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry 1982-83 Fellow, American College of Dentists Visiting Faculty, L.D. Pankey Institute -1996-current Visiting Faculty, Newport Coast Orofacial Institute, Newport Beach CA 2010- present L.D. Pankey Institute – Associate/Lead Faculty 1999 – current Provost, L.D. Pankey Institute 2005 -2012 L.D. Pankey Institute Board of Directors/Advisors 2005 – current Medical Staff Lawrence Memorial Hospital Department of Surgery-current Private Practice Lawrence Kansas 1984 – present Drew McDonald, DDS, MS Dr. McDonald attended dental school at the prestigious Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Known for it's rigorous academic curriculum and intense clinical training, Dr. McDonald received many academic accolades while at Creighton including inductions into Omicron Kappa Upsilon (National Dental Honor Society) and Alpha Sigma Nu (Honor Society of Jesuit Universities). He also served in leadership positions as class president and student body president and on alumni relations committees. After graduating Cum Laude from Creighton, Dr. McDonald was accepted as one of only three residents nationwide into the University of Missouri-Kansas City Orthodontics program, a renowned two-and-a-half year, full-time residency known for its clinical excellence. Dr. McDonald graduated in December of 2016 with his certificate in orthodontics and master's degree in Oral and Craniofacial Sciences. When away from the office, Dr. Drew is a “girl-Dad” to two daughters, a self-proclaimed grill master, and minimally talented yet enthusiastic golfer, you can find him taking in a Lobo game, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Millicent Rovelo discuss Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction! Breast Cancer sucks! The docs detail why breast reconstruction after breast cancer is NOT the same as cosmetic breast reconstruction, and what you NEED to know about the process, results, and more! -- Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Millicent Rovelo are Board Certified Plastic Surgeons located in Beverly Hills, California! Dr. Jay Calvert - drcalvert.com @DrJayCalvert Dr. Millicent Rovelo - roveloplasticsurgery.com @RoveloPlasticSurgery Follow the Podcast on Instagram - @BeverlyHillsPlasticSurgeryPod LISTEN HERE: Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-beverly-hills-plastic-surgery-podcast-with-dr/id1481017059 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6rwIdK6oUptZV0X55Dvn76
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Dr. Alex Planes, owner of Planes Dental Partners and Implants4All and LifestreamU, is a recognized leader in the field of implantology. He blends passion with extensive experience, specializing in Implants and Full Arches. As a graduate of Columbia University Dental School, he has accomplished over 22,000 implant placements and more than 1200 Full Arch Procedures. Dr. Planes holds elite credentials from the American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics and is an active member of ICOI Mastership, AACD, ADA, AGE, and AAID. In 2022, Dr. Planes' company marked a notable accomplishment, clearing $7 million in annual revenue providing patients with specific Implants/Full Arch services. Over the past six years, he has developed comprehensive Clinical Courses and Business Programs to support dentists in expanding their implant businesses by imparting his innovative techniques and profound knowledge. His understanding and experience on scaling a business is invaluable and enables him to mentor entrepreneurs of all industries. In this episode, Brad and Alex discuss what Alex does well in his dental practice and how he has grown his business leaps and bounds by becoming one of the best in his field. Check out his links below to learn more about how he and his team can help you! Bombs: Marketing makes you grow “If you don't want to invest in yourself there is no way you're going to succeed.” - Alex Planes 30% off anyone who listens to the podcast Get aligned with your core values Follow Alex @DrAlexAPlanes Learn more about what Alex is doing https://planesdentalarts.com Watch the full video episode on Brad's Rumble here: https://rumble.com/c/c-2544182 Watch the full video episode on Brad's Youtube Here: https://bradlea.tv
What if you could control your digital devices using just the power of thought? That's the incredible promise behind the Stentrode — an implantable brain-computer interface that collects and wirelessly transmits information directly from the brain, without the need for open surgery. Neurotech entrepreneur Tom Oxley describes the intricacies of this breakthrough technology, which is currently enrolling participants in human trials, as well as how it could help restore dignity to those with disabilities — and transform the future of communication. Stay tuned after the talk to hear our host Sherrell talk about the promise and potential of technology when it comes to serving one of humanity's greatest needs: connection.
En plus des compagnies Tesla, Space X, Starlink et X, l'homme d'affaires Elon Musk a aussi une compagnie nommée Neuralink, qui travaille sur le développement d'implants cérébraux, soit des puces qu'on applique directement sur le cerveau. Pour lui et plusieurs scientifiques convaincus, c'est là que se trouve une des clés des technologies de demain. Comment fonctionnent-elles au juste? Avec Sophie Croteau et Charles Trahan Une production QUB Radio Novembre 2023Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Breast implants have long been a popular choice for women seeking to enhance their appearance or reconstruct their breasts after surgery. However, in recent years, there has been a growing concern about the potential health risks associated with breast implants. This podcast features Dr. Kevin Brenner, a renowned plastic surgeon who has become an advocate for his predominantly female patients. In the field of plastic surgery, there are a multitude of opinions but Dr. Brenner emphasizes the importance of hearing from a surgeon who works directly with their patients. To learn more about this topic and conversation, tune in to the full episode! 04:23 Breast implant illness is a concern.05:34 Breast implants can cause health issues.11:34 Immune system can be overwhelmed.20:48 Trust your intuition when seeking medical advice.25:05 Capsular contracture can be caused by bacterial infection.30:39 Capsule removal is not risk-free.34:40 Implant safety concerns and considerations.40:27 Silicone implants have potential risks.46:12 Breast lift and fat transfer.53:32 Consider alternatives to breast implants.58:55 Importance of listening to patients.1:02:23 Refer to Dr. Kevin for questions.Order, track, and get results from 30+ lab companies with Rupa Health—FREE for practitioners! Sign up or schedule a demo at RUPAHEALTH.COMGet 15% OFF your first Leela Quantum Tech (LEELAQ.COM) order with code ANCIENTFollow @kevinbrennermd on Instagram! kevinbrennermd.comFollow @healthinstitute on Instagram! Join Our Newsletter! www.thehealthinstitute.com/wellness-weekly Follow our Hosts on Instagram: @organic_blondie, and @doctormotley
You might be glad to know today was not all about OpenAI. Instead, we took on a bunch of news from the weekend that had to do with other companies:It's a big earnings week for software companies, which means we're about to get a bushel of information on how things are shaping up for SaaS startups in the latter half of 2023.On the crypto front, price movements have slowed as the industry digests the recent Binance verdict.Neuralink has raised more capital, which is great news for nerds like myself.Gaming layoffs are still coming in hot and heavy, adding to a long list of cuts this year.In the wake of a massive shopping weekend, how did e-commerce hold up? Here's data from the U.S., and from around the world.China-linked groups are coming for your industrial secrets, and Meta is again in regulatory hot water.And that's that! We'll be back on Wednesday, but keep up with us in the meantime @EquityPod.For episode transcripts and more, head to Equity's Simplecast website.Equity drops at 7 a.m. PT every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews founders and more!
In this episode of the Balancing Chaos podcast, Kelley sits down with Iman Hasan, the founder and CEO of the IHC Agency. Iman is a seasoned leader in the PR world with over 15 years of experience in luxury lifestyle and communications. Her ability to connect people and create innovative programs and brand synergies has driven the agency's success, especially in the world of wellness.Iman is not just a marketing expert, but also a wellness guru. On todays show they discuss the importance of taking accountability for your life and the role it plays in making better decisions. They also delve into the connection between emotional health, stress levels, and how the body responds and why Iman decided to use plant medicine as an opportunity to take her healing to a deeper level. Additionally, they explore interesting topics like the best wellness investments, implant illness, estrogen dominance, and how to value your own time and be most efficient version of yourself. Join Kelly and Iman as they provide insights and inspiration on developing a lifestyle that promotes authenticity, female power and self care.
Neuralink wheels out a demo monkey with a brain chip to get new human recruits. The latest AI advancements alarm the world with the threat of a Terminator future. “Super pigs” dubbed “an ecological train wreck” threaten to invade the United States through Canada. Real pirates take over San Francisco Bay. Is the world getting weirder, or are we finally just looking at it with fresh eyes? In this Friday Night Live, join Ben and Rob for Rise.TV-exclusive segments: a Live Q&A and the Top 10 Weirder News of the Week to keep you laughing. See you out on the edge!
This week we have Beverly Hills Board-Certified Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon, Dr. Roger Tsai, giving an expert voice to my treatment plan and sharing product education around Natrelle® implants.
The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe the life and times of Tim Cullen, an allegedly true psychic who saw events before they happened and can definitely prove this. It all started on April Fools Day 1978 and went on past 1998 and possibly in to the 2000's. But did Tim really have a kidney bean removed from his arm aka hand aka pet? How long does it take to be seen in the Hospital Accident and Emergency department? All that and more on this weeks file. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/butitwasaliens Store: https://butitwasaliens.co.uk/shop/ Probe us: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram/Threads @ ButItWasAliens Twitter @ ButItWasAliens Facebook: @ ButItWasAliens - join Extraterrestrial Towers Music: Music created via Garageband. Additional music via: https://freepd.com and via Purple Planet at www.purpleplanet.com - thank you most kindly good people.
Petr Kudrnovský se narodil jako neslyšící a svět prostřednictvím zvuků a řeči začal poznávat ve svých čtyřech letech, a to po implantaci kochleárního implantátu. „Řeč jsem se učil asi stejně jako malé děti, jen to bylo posunuté asi o dva roky,“ vysvětluje v pořadu Hovory. „Do té doby jsem s okolím komunikoval zjednodušeným znakovým jazykem, mimikou a vlastně rukama, nohama. Když jsem začal slyšet, bylo to něco absolutně nového,“ vzpomíná.
Le 8 juillet 2021, Anabela Neto est opérée suite à une descente d'organes. Pendant l'intervention, son urologue remonte sa vessie, et lui pose un implant vaginal contre l'incontinence, une bandelette placée sous l'urètre.À son réveil, Anabela ressent une vive douleur au niveau du vagin, qui persiste au fil des semaines. Elle en parle à l'urologue qui l'a opérée. Ce dernier affirme que cela n'a rien à voir avec la bandelette. Les mois passent et la douleur s'intensifie. Anabela ne parvient plus à marcher normalement et elle se déplace désormais en fauteuil roulant. Désespérée, elle poste un message sur Facebook et découvre qu'elle n'est pas la seule femme à ressentir d'atroces douleurs suite à la pose d'un implant vaginal. Elle entame alors des démarches pour s'en débarrasser et le 10 novembre dernier, dans le Parisien, elle lance avec 53 autres femmes un appel à interdire certains de ces implants. Anabela Neto témoigne au micro d'Ambre Rosala. Ecoutez Code source sur toutes les plateformes audio : Apple Podcast (iPhone, iPad), Google Podcast (Android), Amazon Music, Podcast Addict ou Castbox, Deezer, Spotify.Crédits. Direction de la rédaction : Pierre Chausse - Rédacteur en chef : Jules Lavie - Reporter : Ambre Rosala - Production : Clara Garnier-Amouroux, Barbara Gouy et Raphaël Pueyo - Réalisation et mixage : Julien Montcouquiol - Musiques : François Clos, Audio Network. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Petr Kudrnovský se narodil jako neslyšící a svět prostřednictvím zvuků a řeči začal poznávat ve svých čtyřech letech, a to po implantaci kochleárního implantátu. „Řeč jsem se učil asi stejně jako malé děti, jen to bylo posunuté asi o dva roky,“ vysvětluje v pořadu Hovory. „Do té doby jsem s okolím komunikoval zjednodušeným znakovým jazykem, mimikou a vlastně rukama, nohama. Když jsem začal slyšet, bylo to něco absolutně nového,“ vzpomíná.Všechny díly podcastu Hovory můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
Our special guest in this episode is the highly esteemed Dr. Bill Bruno, a plastic surgeon based in West Hollywood off of Sunset Blvd. We delve deep into the intriguing world of plastic surgery, illuminating the process from initial consultation through to recovery. Dr. Bruno generously shares his wisdom on popular cosmetic procedures, addressing common concerns and emphasizing the importance of a qualified, board-certified surgeon. Tune in to glean invaluable insights on the reality of procedures like breast augmentation, liposuction, and Brazilian butt lifts.In part two of our dialogue, we tackle specific surgeries such as liposuction and Brazilian Butt Lifts (BBLs), dispelling myths and clarifying the fact that liposuction doesn't cure cellulite. We explore potential treatments including heat devices and stem cells, and also discuss the cost of these operations. This frank discussion will give anyone considering cosmetic surgery a clear-eyed view of what they might be getting into and underline the importance of choosing a skilled surgeon.As our conversation continues, we zoom in on the value of collaboration between physicians, trainers, therapists, and registered dietitians in optimizing patient health before surgery. Dr. Bruno shares his unique insight into this interdisciplinary cooperation. We wrap up our enlightening chat with amusing anecdotes about the popularity of implants and the cost of mommy makeovers, and stress on the importance of maintaining healthy habits. Don't miss out on this episode to get a 360-degree view of the world of plastic surgery from an industry expert.Want to ask us a question? Email email email@example.com with the subject line PODCAST QUESTION to get your question answered live on the show! Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/showupfitnessinternship/?hl=enTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@showupfitnessinternshipWebsite: https://www.showupfitness.com/Become a Personal Trainer Book (Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/How-Become-Personal-Trainer-Successful/dp/B08WS992F8Show Up Fitness Internship & CPT: https://online.showupfitness.com/pages/online-show-up?utm_term=show%20up%20fitnessNASM study guide: ...
The Today in Manufacturing Podcast is brought to you by the editors of Manufacturing.net and Industrial Equipment News (IEN). This week's episode is sponsored by Oracle Netsuite. Join David Mantey and Jeff Reinke as they discuss Oracle Netsuite's latest white paper, The Ultimate Guide to Scenario Planning, to hear about new strategies and steps you can use to de-risk your organization. Watch here.Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:- The Air Force's New Nuclear Stealth Bomber, the B-21 Raider, Takes its First Test Flight- Fake Safety Checks, Barefoot Workers at Plant Blamed for Contaminated Eye Drops- First-of-a-Kind Nuclear Project is Terminated- Folks Lining Up for Elon Musk's Brain Implants- The Abandonment of Cities and Towns in the HeartlandIn Case You Missed It- Autonomous Electric Truck Now Working Full-Time at GE Appliances- Amazon Debuts Security Robot- DiGiorno Unveils Thanksgiving PizzaPlease make sure to like, subscribe and share the podcast. You could also help us out a lot by giving the podcast a positive review. Finally, to email the podcast, you can reach any of us at David, Jeff or Anna [at] ien.com, with “Email the Podcast” in the subject line.
Live from the 2023 AAID Annual Conference in Las Vegas! Drs. Justin Moody and Danny Domingue chat with Ryan Gilreath, DMD about his experience becoming an AAID Associate Fellow and growing his practice. The views expressed in this episode are those of the individual participants and not necessarily that of the AAID. Links from this Episode: To learn more about Dr. Gilreath visit: https://www.charlestonimplantandsedationdentistry.com/meet-dr-gilreath/ To learn more about the AAID visit: https://www.aaid.com/index.html
Are you looking to hit the ground running with powerful ground marketing strategies? Our ground marketing course offers a range of actionable steps utilizing local restaurants, gyms, corporate locations, and small businesses in your area! With step-by-step scripts, foolproof plans, and real-time video demonstrations, you'll master the art of effectively engaging with your local community to attract new patients effortlessly. Click this link to join the community! https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/the-ground-marketing-course-open-enrollment/In this week's Monday Morning Marketing episode, we're thrilled to welcome back Aaron Boone, the marketing maestro from MVP Mailhouse. Today, Aaron is pulling back the curtain on our ground marketing course, offering an exclusive sneak peek into the world of direct mail tips and strategies. Join us as we delve into the art of showcasing your brand effectively through postcards, exploring the secrets to attracting precisely the patients you desire. Aaron shares insights on selecting the best images, crafting compelling offers, and optimizing headers for maximum impact in your location. Wondering which postcard style delivers the best bang for your buck? Aaron breaks it down. Plus, he sheds light on the importance of tracking the average new patient value over the first year and reveals ingenious ways to create urgency without a firm expiration date on your offers. Listen today for a glimpse into our ground marketing course and lesson on elevating your outreach game!You can reach out to Aaron Boone here:Website: https://mvpmailhouse.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFree Direct Mail Analysis and Heat Map: https://mvpmailhouse.com/demo/If you want your questions answered on Monday Morning Marketing, ask me on these platforms:My Newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/The Dental Marketer Society Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2031814726927041Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Aaron: Hello. Hello. Thanks for joining me for another course. So, all right, this one is pretty excited and it's a common question that comes up a lot. Once again, my name is Aaron Boone with MVP Mailhouse. And today, for this particular segment, we are going to talk about designs. What works, what doesn't, what even down to the size of card.Let's talk through a number of things. These are common questions that a lot of people have. And then, um, kind of the elephant in the room, I think, when it comes to direct mail. A lot of people think, like, they have to give away the farm, so to speak, in offers. So, we're going to talk about offers, what works, what doesn't, and uh, let's go from there.So, here on our website, I'm just going to go in, just so you guys have some visuals, you don't have to just stare at me, you can look at a few different designs. There's a few elements of every design that we want to focus on. So, granted, what I put here on the website are definitely more of our generic stuff.And then from here, we customize each one of our designs. I think that is the first thing, right there. Is, you need to be able to, hopefully you guys have already worked your brand. Like, what is your message? Are you a low priced leader? Which is okay if you are, Or are you a high end boutique place doing Botox and other things?I think it's really important to identify, your strengths are. So my number one suggestion for your direct mail piece, when you design it, is play to your strengths. I know it sounds really simple, but play to your strengths and your design. and as I kind of talk through that, I'm going to say there's different ways to illustrate that.So I've done, I've tracked all different types of mailings. You know, millions of mailings across the country. From trifold, bigger brochures where you really get into some big case type dentistry. to small little handout cards that are mailed. to large oversized postcards. Here's what I recommend. I have found over, over my time, now it can vary by area for sure in my case, but I feel the best bang for your buck is a 6 inch by 11 inch postcard.That's what I recommend. Why? Well, a couple reasons. When you get the mail, here's a standard envelope that you would typically get, right? In the mailbox, there's bills, there's other things. Well, the nice thing about this size is it's just a little bit longer. So it stands out in the mailbox. It doesn't get lost in the shuffle.That's the downside of a smaller card. that could get lost behind the bills and get thrown away. Totally invisible. So if you go with a bigger oversized postcard five and a half by eight and a half is also a really common, you can do it a little cheaper because you can print more of them in a, in a typical print run.Um, but even if you do a trifle, just make sure it's a little bigger than the standard envelope. So that's why I like anything five inches and beyond and width and in length. I typically recommend that it's either a little shorter than a standard envelope, or preferred, even longer. So I hope that makes sense, so it kind of stands out.Okay? Alright, so, once you have decided on the size, now it's what is the message. Okay? Now you see a very vanilla card here, but there's actually some important elements that we're seeing on this right off the bat. Okay? Of elements that I try to look for and that I want to incorporate. So this is a good, I guess, template to start with.Not to mail, but to start with and improve. So number one, I always like a clear, bold headline, um, message right at the top. Some sort of, um, header right to the point that gets the customer, the potential patient, right into the mindset, okay, this is for dentistry.Okay, I think that's important. The next is a really great image. Alright, too often you might do a card with, bad imagery. I prefer actual, office photos, so if you have some cool pictures of the docs, or of the team, that's what I recommend to put on the card. Now, if you don't have those, remember what I say, play to your strengths.So, if you don't have a good looking office, well, don't put it on the card, right? the staff isn't maybe as photogenic, well maybe don't use that angle. So play to your strengths, whatever it is, as far as the imagery goes. But big, solid images. Let me pull over another here onto the screen here where you don't have to just stare at me.But kind of an example here is a big, solid headline up here. You know, right to the caring for our community smiles. Whatever your, your tagline is. Okay, always include, highlight, and then the image that we talked about. A logo, phone number, and then also, I like to have something specific for the time.Notice on this one, New Year, New Smile, Benefits Renewed, End of Year Benefits, Use it or Lose it. Notice it's not the feature of the card, it's an FYI. The feature of the card is you, your branding, your name, your logo. Okay? Other elements to look for, I typically like to have offers, we'll talk about those in a minute.On the back, this is a pretty standard type design, where you have offers, you have services. Always big bold phone numbers, address, Aaron: and I like to have a map on the back also. Picture of the doc or practice, if applicable, um, and, reviews. And reviews are really important too. So, the next thing is, here's a question that I get a lot about, um, cards.You know, let's say you want more implant cases. Okay? Sounds great. Implants are, are great. They're valuable. But, here's the problem. If you only target implants, what about the home that gets a card and needs three crowns? You don't want to lose that. So, I like to incorporate multiple angles.Don't be too specific just for that big case. Now, there are such things for sure. I've done implant specific mailings. Um, no doubt about it. But in general, I like to keep it a little broader. So I'm capturing more, people that might need crowns, might need Invisalign, might need implants, a little bit of everything because you never know what's going to resonate, what's going to jump.Um, if you're doing a grand opening, always make sure you really highlight the grand opening on the card. I think it works really well. Here's an example here. Grand opening, this is for an orthodontic practice, that was new. Have some personality to it. Kind of like I'm into this is, this is one of our offices that just always kind of does silly designs or thoughts and it works really well for them.So, anyway the next step is, is let's get into some of these offers. Why do you always see some of these offers and what do they mean? Well, let's talk about it. It's different by specialty, but in general, my rule of thumb, I'm just trying to find you a, a quick example Okay, so for this one, you guys have seen the 49, 59, 99, 149, whatever it is.Sometimes you'll include just the exam and x rays, and sometimes you'll include the cleaning. Now there's a couple things you can learn from this. So this is designed to target cash patients. Alright? My rule of thumb is this. I like multiple offers. And those that are wondering about offers, offers work.Okay? I've tracked 100 million cards, 100%, they work. And it doesn't mean, and this is a misconception in marketing, that offers are a bad thing. Okay? We all like deals, right? put yourself in the consumer. They need a dentist. They could go to this office, or this office. You all accept their insurance.What stands out? Well, sometimes it's just a little perk to push them over the edge. They like your card, it resonates, the picture, maybe the staff picture resonate with them, but you're also giving them free whitening after paid exam x ray cleaning. So, I recommend to have an offer for cash patients, an offer for insurance patients, um, and a big case offer.In general. So what does that mean? An Invisalign offer or an implant offer? Free implant consultation. Okay? Because the value of that is so high, it's worth you taking a chance. And maybe having a little bit of a loss later on some time. The other thing is this and I think this is lost a lot of times. is your average new patient worth over the first year? Think about that. The average new patient value, I typically see around 1, 000. So 750 to 1, 250 over the first year. They come in, 6 month visit, 12 month visit, around 1, 000. Now what if they need 3 crowns here, but this person never comes back? You know, you have kind of this lot of patients that are coming in.But the average, if you think of that, the average person's worth about 1, 000. So and that's just in the first year. So if it costs you 50, 100 discount to get them in that first time, and then they like you and they keep coming back again and again and again, plus they refer their friends and family, that 50 that you gave up front is long forgotten.That free whitening tray is long forgotten in two years from now when that has turned into 20, 000 from that patient, from their family, and a couple co workers they referred to you. So don't be scared of offers. Now, I will say this. If you're not great at case acceptance, or you're not good at retention, my rule of thumb is this.The more confident you are in those, the more confident you are in retention, the more aggressive you should be in your offer. Follow me. If you can get them in the door, you know they're going to stick and they're going to stay, be more aggressive on the front end. If not, then there needs to be more skin in the game.Maybe instead of a, you know, 99 exam x rays, maybe it's 249. Maybe it's 149. but cash offers are typically ones that have dollar amounts around them. Insurance offers are typically the number one insurance offer in the country. It's nothing new. You guys have all heard it, but it's actually free whitening, right?Because it's something extra that after they come in and pay for their exam and x ray, then you're going to give them a free whitening trade or a, you know, I prefer like, um, rather than using chair time, getting even like some take home tray, take home kits. That's a really easy alternative, to that.This particular example here is free new patient exam and x ray. Now notice it doesn't pay for cleaning, but it gets people in the door, gets you looking in their mouth, helps you build that rapport, and then you turn them into great long term patients. Okay? Just because someone is calling about a deal does not mean they're just a price shopper.They genuinely need a dentist. When was the last time you just called a tire shop just to haggle pricing, but you didn't need tires, right? You don't do that. So you're not going to call and haggle with the dental office If you don't actually need dentistry, so I think that's a misconception is people are calling because they actually need a dentist it's the staff's job to get it away from the price and more about the value And the need and the health and we'll talk about that in a later segment when we talk about front desk training So, all right in general though, so for the design offers work.Don't be scared to use them Remember seasonality in your messaging. As you do this like I said new year end of year that type of stuff Grand opening really feature that grand opening be bold imagery. Remember demographics. Keep that in mind, okay, of who you're targeting. Are you targeting the Hispanic population?Are you targeting, other demographics or income levels or things? Be conscientious of that. If you use stock photography, imagery you should work, or use, should reflect your patient base. because that's who you're targeting. And for some offices, I might, it might vary. As I mail to zone one, up to the north of the practice, maybe it's more Hispanic, maybe it's black more to the south, it's Asian or white on another area.You can rotate that imagery in your designs. So, it resonates a little more. But I love big staff photos. I like, um, strong messaging for the time of the year when it is. It'll help people move quicker. One last comment here before we wrap up this one. Expirations. So that's another question people ask me. there's two parts of this. One is should you put at the bottom of your offer? Free whitening expires three, three, 2022, you know, six weeks out or a month out. My recommendation is no. Now you want to create urgency, so what I recommend is typically put something like expires in four weeks, expires in six weeks, okay?That will create some urgency, but it doesn't have a deadline date because what happens as I track these calls, people get the card, they put it on their fridge. Cause they're not ready to call now. They pull it down in a couple months and if they see a hard date, the shelf life's less. You're less likely to call if it has a firm expiration date.Oh, it's already expired. But if it says in four weeks or six weeks, they start the way, huh? I wonder if that's still valid so we literally hear on recordings all the time. Hey, I have this postcard I've had on my fridge for a few months Are you guys still accepting new patients and are you honoring your free whitening offer and guess what you should teach your front desk?Oh, yes. Absolutely. We are with who do I have the pleasure of speaking with thanks for calling and turning that into an appointment It is worth that front end that twenty thirty dollar whitening kit To have this patient who's going to bring you possibly thousands of dollars tens of thousands of dollars with their network of family and friends If you can earn their business, okay, so on the designs be bold be bright.I like bright fresh colors I like if you're gonna use stock photography use fun pictures Okay that stand out of their mail of bills and other things that you get in your mailbox What's Aaron: gonna resonate because we are all in this space in the dental space, you know, sometimes we'll say well do people look at their direct mail, well, the answer is yes. That's why people keep mailing because they're making money. If you're in an area where you're getting direct mail from competitors, well, guess what? They're not doing it because they're losing money. It must be working for them or they wouldn't keep doing it, right?So it means you're in a responsive area. I will say there are certain parts of the country that respond better than others for sure. If I have a little more risk, I would say it's more in inner city areas, high rise apartment complexes, those kind of areas. But if your practice is outside of major, major beltway, um, into suburban single family areas, rural areas, all of those do really well.Certain States will respond better than other States. But regardless, even if the dentist across the street is doing direct mail to don't be scared. Just come up with your own message and find what is resonating in your area because not even if there's, you can't eliminate competition, right? There's competition all over, but you need to stand out when they see your car, okay?And it happens all the time. Create a design that resonates and stands out and represents you. Play to your strengths, don't be scared of offers, and always use a tracking number on it. And I'll talk about that in our next segment of how to better track your mail. But anyway, hopefully that was helpful in some of uh, these things.Now remember, certain states have certain guidelines. If you put offers on, for example, in some states, like Florida, you need to put the code to the procedure, and also, the value. Some states you're required to put the value. So if you put free whitening, regular price. 99. Normally, 3. 27, whatever it is.So those are the only other restrictions you really need to think about. Anyway, hope this was helpful and I hope you're creating great designs out there and test them, try different things and see what works best. And when you find that sweet spot, continue to push that. All right. Thanks so much. we'll talk to you soon.Bye.
Episode Highlights With Dr. WhitfieldWhy he and I both love the show Ted Lasso and highly recommend itWhat breast implant illness is and why it can be difficult to pinpoint and how much of the body it can affectDo all women experience problems from breast implants or do some do ok?Factors that make women more at risk for BIIWhat to be aware of with explant surgery and considerations to understandThe lymphoma connection to implants and how to remove them safelyThe stats about implants and complicationsWhat to do if you're considering explants Specific supplements and interventions he recommends for inflammationUncommon symptoms that can be related to breast implant illness and inflammationHis advice for inflammation even if you don't ever work with himResources We MentionDr. Robert Whitfield - Website (use code wellnessmama for a discount)Breast Implant Illness PodcastBook: Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine by Robert H. LustigBook: Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan
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Nicki Driscoll, PhD is a post-doc researcher at MIT, and CTO of NeuroBionics, a company that has developed a new kind of neural interface using microscale, flexible, bioelectronic fibers that seamlessly integrate with the body. Have you ever seen a fiber optic cable? Imagine a tiny strand that is as thin as a human hair. Each fiber integrates a range of functions, such as electrical, chemical, and optical capabilities to sense and modulate the biological environment. This gives us unprecedented access into the “symphony” of a properly functioning brain (something we'll talk about later that is ultra ultra cool…) and also a better understanding of the brain when it's not functioning properly. This is the kind of stuff the sci-fi future is made of, so buckle up! ➡️ https://neurobionics.io/ ➡️ https://rosspalmer.com/nicki-driscoll ➡️ Follow me on Instagram: @therosspalmer ➡️ Subscribe on YouTube: @therosspalmer
A breast lift is one of the most common plastic surgery procedure year after year, regardless of whether or not an implant is used. Using an implant can change the operation (and results) significantly.In this show, I discuss the how's, why's - and the why not's - of breast lift surgery.If you or someone you care about is interested in breast lift surgery, this episode is a "don't miss"!
Episode 422 avec Aurélien et David.La revue de presse :• A comme Aimants (00:04:50) : Les aimants ne sont plus les bienvenus ! Renault et Valeo réinvente la machine synchrone à rotor bobiné. (Sources : futura-sciences.com, renaultgroup.com et lesechos.fr) • F comme Fusion (00:12:40) : Le Japon franchit une étape clé en fusion nucléaire. Le dispositif JT-60SA du Japon marque l'histoire avec la première création de son premier plasma. (Sources : freethink.com et science.org) • I comme Implants (00:17:08) : Les premiers effets secondaires des implants. Des chercheurs observent les méfaits des BCI. (Source : slate.fr) • M comme Microsoft (00:25:47) : Windows dévoilé il y a 40 ans. 40 ans depuis l'annonce de Microsoft Windows ce 10 Novembre. (Sources : xda-developers.com et youtube.com) • M comme Minesto (00:32:52) : Voler sous l'eau pour produire de l'électricité. Minesto continue sa progression dans l'électricité sous marine. (Sources : enerzine.com et minesto.com) • Y comme Youtube (00:41:30) : Plaintes visant YouTube en Europe pour anti-adblock. YouTube pourrait faire l'objet de plaintes pénales dans l'UE pour l'utilisation de scripts de détection de bloqueurs de publicités. (Sources : tomshardware.com et wired.com) Dossier : IA : avancées, perspectives, limites (00:50:46)• La vision de Bill Gates / IA vs IA générale : un débat philosophique ? (Sources : gatesnotes.com et forbes.com)• Sortie de GPT-4 Turbo, le programme de fine-tuning pour GPT-4 (Source : techcrunch.com)• Elon Musk furieux sur Sam Altman pour s'être moqué de son chatbot (Source : futurism.com)• L'IA scientifique n'est pas en reste (Source : hpcwire.com)• Va-t-on vers une stagnation des capacités des IA en raison du manque de données (Source : singularityhub.com)• Le point de singularité (Source : popularmechanics.com) Retrouvez toutes nos informations, liens, versions du podcast via notre site : LesTechnos.be
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Ben Holmes shares his venture into developing a potentially game-changing medical device technology. His company, Nanochon, aims to alleviate cartilage problems with an implant that initially substitutes the cartilage, then fosters natural body repair. Given that cartilage issues plague millions, this innovation holds promise for being both lucrative and impactful. Conditions like osteoarthritis significantly impair the quality of life for many. This narrative delves into the creation of the product and the ongoing journey of the startup. It's important to note: Nanochon's Chondrograft device has yet to receive approval for use in the United States.
Neurosoft Bioelectronics is leading the way in the development of sophisticated soft implantable electrodes designed to interact with the brain and address severe neurological disorders. In this week's discussion, host Bob Traynor engages in a conversation with CEO Nicolas Vachicouras, delving into the company's pioneering initiatives to create an implantable brain interface device aimed at treating severe tinnitus. The technology employs ultra-thin, flexible electrodes capable of both recording brain activity and delivering personalized electrical stimulation patterns, guided by AI algorithms. The overarching objective is to regulate hyperactive networks associated with conditions such as tinnitus through a closed-loop system. Human trials have substantiated the safety and effectiveness of these electrodes in recording brain activity. Neurosoft's strategic roadmap includes the launch of a product for epilepsy and the initiation of a specialized feasibility study for treating severe tinnitus. With a minimally invasive implantation procedure, this technology holds the potential to offer long-term relief for individuals grappling with chronic tinnitus. Neurosoft envisions introducing new treatment options within 4-5 years, pending further development and regulatory approval. More information on the technology can be found on the company's website: https://neurosoft-bio.com/index Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest episodes each week, and follow This Week in Hearing on LinkedIn and Twitter: https://www.linkedin.com/company/this-week-in-hearing/ https://twitter.com/WeekinHearing
I invite you to break free from the ordinary in a workplace where a powerful careers page showcases team members as the real stars, emphasizing the value of people, laughter, and support. Rediscover the essence of training and growth by slowing down to speed up, investing time in team members, and embracing progress over perfection. Explore the keys to boosting productivity in your practice through "Fewer Well-Planned Visits" and embracing the philosophy of saying "Yes to the Best" dentistry. Delve into the secrets of dental teamwork and growth strategies, highlighting the importance of mastering clinical skills, implementation, and team training for holistic success. Learn how to transform morning meetings into a powerhouse of productivity and team unity, exploring the doctor's role as an active participant in setting the stage for coordinated success.@00:43 Attracting Top Talent@05:51 The Art of Effective Training @11:05 Manage your Practice to Boost Productivity@16:17 Implant Growth Potential@20:53 Morning Meetings
Pour cette semaine du 6 novembre : une nouvelle découverte de la sonde Lucy, un traitement pour Parkinson, une baleine qui voit du pays, la mystérieuse singularité technologique et un trésor romain. Bonne écoute et bon week-end !
Elon Musk's brain implant startup Neuralink has attracted lots of criticism and skepticism but it also seems to have generated a lot of optimism for the thousands of potential patients interested in human trials.The company earlier this year got FDA approval to begin human trials and began recruiting shortly thereafter. According to a lengthy Bloomberg profile on Neuralink, the ambitions for human brain implants start slow with 11 surgeries planned for next year, but they expand to more than 22,000 a year by 2030.
Le cheveu des hommes est devenu enjeu esthétique et économique. Les cliniques spécialisées dans les implants capillaires se multiplient. Pour beaucoup de Romands, l'opération a lieu en Turquie, devenue Mecque des implants capillaires et qui offre des tarifs plus avantageux. Reportage en Suisse et à Istanbul.
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Nov 7th Publish Date: Nov 6th Hennsler: 15 From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast. Today is Tuesday, November 7th and happy birthday to MLB HOF Jim Kaat. ***JIM KAAT 1965 WS Gm.5*** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Kia Mall of Georgia Implant that turns brain signals into words could give a voice to those unable to talk Duluth police charge Lawrenceville man with elder abuse after mother found in unsanitary environment Georgia Gwinnett College to Host Preview Day Nov. 18 All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1: MOG – PEGGY SLAPPY STORY 1: Implant that turns brain signals into words could give a voice to those unable to talk A new brain implant, the size of a postage stamp and containing 256 microscopic sensors, can decode brain signals from the speech center to predict what sounds someone is trying to say. This technology allows thoughts to be turned into words, potentially giving a voice to those unable to speak, including individuals with 'locked-in' syndrome and motor disorders. The device was successfully tested on four patients requiring brain surgery, showing the potential to significantly improve communication for people with speech impairments. Researchers are now working on a cordless version of the implant to enhance mobility and convenience. STORY 2: Duluth police charge Lawrenceville man with elder abuse after mother found in unsanitary environment A Lawrenceville man, Tony Sherman, is facing accusations of elder abuse after Duluth police found his emaciated and neglected elderly mother in her home. Officers were called to her residence on October 18 by maintenance workers who found her lying in bed, unresponsive and covered in urine. She is in her late 80s. The mother was living in deplorable conditions, with open sores and scabs on her lower back, malnutrition, and poor hygiene. She was eventually taken to the hospital. Sherman had given inconsistent statements about their living arrangements and caregiving, leading to his arrest on charges of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a disabled or elderly person. STORY 3: Georgia Gwinnett College to Host Preview Day Nov. 18 Georgia Gwinnett College is hosting its final on-campus Preview Day for 2023 on November 18th. The event, held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., will provide prospective students with information on programs of study, admissions, financial aid, student housing, and more. Participants can take campus tours, interact with student ambassadors, and enjoy a party-like atmosphere with food, music, and giveaways. In alignment with Georgia Apply to College Month, GGC will waive application fees in November. Approximately 82% of GGC students qualify for financial aid. Those interested can learn more and register on GGC's website. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: TOM WAGES – DTL – GCPS STORY 4: Hamilton Mill apartments proposal sparks push to create City of Mill Creek in northeast Gwinnett Georgia House Majority Leader Chuck Efstration has proposed the creation of the City of Mill Creek in northeast Gwinnett. The new city is being suggested in response to concerns over zoning issues, such as high-density developments and apartment complexes. If the bill to create the city is approved by the General Assembly, a referendum will be held to let voters decide if the city should be established. The proposed city could potentially be Gwinnett's second-largest, with an estimated population of about 35,000 residents. It is seen as a way to address the community's concerns and have more local control over planning and zoning issues. STORY 5: John M. Crisp: 3 very dangerous zombie lies The author discusses the concept of "zombie lies," which are demonstrably false ideas that persist in society. They give examples, including right-wing economic theories, election denial, and the notion that the type of weapon used in a killing is irrelevant. The article highlights the danger of these lies, with the first perpetuating wealth inequality, the second undermining faith in democracy, and the third contributing to the persistence of mass shootings. The author suggests that these lies endure due to the willingness of a minority to believe in them and an indifferent or compliant majority that allows them to persist, resulting in societal harm. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 4 – Jackson EMC STORY 6: Zoonotic diseases set to kill 12 times more people by 2050: study New research warns that zoonotic infections, diseases spread from animals to humans, are increasing at an exponential rate and are predicted to kill 12 times more people in 2050 than in 2020 if current trends continue. Climate change and increasing urbanization are expected to drive the frequency of spillover events, where these diseases transfer to humans. The study focuses on four types of viruses, including Ebola and Marburg viruses, and shows that the number of spillover events and related deaths have been increasing annually between 1963 and 2019. Urgent action is needed to address the growing risk to global health posed by zoonotic infections. STORY 7: Sugar Hill's First Dog Park is Now Open Sugar Hill's newest park, Ridge Lake Park, was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, offering 22 acres of greenspace and a small lake that will be stocked with bass next spring. The park includes Sugar Hill's first dog park and a picnic pavilion, with plans for a dock, gazebo, walking trails, and a disc golf course in the second phase, to be completed by spring. The land was purchased to preserve greenspace along Highway 20. City officials emphasize the importance of protecting greenspace and have added 300 acres of park space in the past two decades. We'll have final thoughts after this. 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Plus, there's a new term you need to know: Artificial General Intelligence, or AGI. I'm here to decode it for you. Men, did you know your phone might be messing with more than just your notifications? Yep, we're talking sperm counts. Stick around for the lowdown on doorbell cams, and a shortcut to whip through those long privacy policies.
Patient Lifestyle Habits that Sabotage Your Treatment PlansEpisode #651 with Dr. Uche OdiatuDentists are the gatekeepers of wellness and the wave is coming! Implants not taking? Dry sockets persisting? A bad patient can make even the best dentist look bad. Get ready to ask the right questions and build an office culture to bring you and your patients to the best dental and overall health yet. To learn how, listen to Episode 651 of The Best Practices Show!Episode Resources:About Dr. UcheSubscribe to The Best Practices Show podcastJoin ACT's To The Top Study ClubSee ACT's Live Events ScheduleGet The Best Practices Magazine for free!Write a review on iTunesLinks Mentioned in This Episode:Dr. Uche's websiteDr. Uche on InstagramMain Takeaways:Awareness is the first step of change.A patient with toxic lifestyle habits can make even the best dentist look bad.To ask better questions about health, you have to be healthy yourself.There is a wellness wave happening. Get ready to be on it. Quotes:“Well, a study club is all about achievement, next level, elite patient care. They do the clinical stuff. They have the sterilization, the best implant parts. They have the best of everything. A trained team; a crack team. Then a patient shows up, who loves lemon meringue pie, doesn't love his job, disengaged from work, watches the whole evening “Emily in Paris” and you wonder why your implant doesn't integrate or there's a dry socket. A whole lot of stuff patients do at night, in their non-dental clinic time can either support your treatment or sabotage.” (1:59—2:35)“Awareness is the first step of change. So you gotta start thinking, we haven't begun studying this. I have sleep on my new patient questionnaire. Well, “how do you sleep?” “Great.” “Ok let's go onto the next one. Do you drink coffee?” There is so much more to sleep than just saying “do you sleep great?” Time in bed isn't sleep. Most people say “yeah I get to bed at midnight, get up at 7” and the dentist goes “ok that's 7 hours” No. That's time in bed. Actual sleep efficiency is 70%. That's only 5 hours. And 5 hours, Matthew Walker Neuroscientist, 5 hours is not good. It's an inflammatory cascade at night if you sleep 5 hours. Literally nothing is healing. The immune system is not able to re-boot.” (3:53—4:32)“A really bad patient who has got really toxic lifestyle habits can make the best dentist's work...
Seth and I discuss the different courses we recently took with Implant Pathway. Seth took the Fast Track and I took the Implant Complications course. Both were amazing course and we learned a lot. The biggest thing we have been finding out: Taking Implant Pathway courses (or any CE course for that matter) makes you a more confident and competent clinician! Contact Brandon: Brandon@brandonevertdmd.com Social Media: @brandonevertdmd
On February, 5 2000, UFO experiencer Tim Cullen had a small metallic object encased in some sort of biologic substance removed from his forearm by the late Dr. Roger Leir. The strange object, which many believe to be an alien implant was sent to a lab for further study. The results came back inconclusive. Are we facing a conspiracy of silence on the subject of alien implants? Listen in to learn more.
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On today's episode, Dr. Mark Costes is joined by Dr. Dan Briskie and Dr. Taher Dhoon from the Colorado Surgical Institute (CSI) for another enlightening Surgical Saturday. The trio, along with special guests Jamie Levine and Brittany Sherwin from NeoDent, dive into a comprehensive discussion comparing different implant types and protocols, with a spotlight on zirconia implants. The episode kicks off with Dr. Briskie sharing his journey from skepticism to acceptance concerning zirconia implants, attributing the shift to increased patient demand driven by aesthetic preferences and theoretical allergy concerns related to titanium. Brittany Sherwin chimes in on the historical evolution and adoption of zirconia implants, emphasizing NeoDent's innovative two-piece ceramic design tailored for aesthetic and immediate loading protocols. A substantial portion of the discussion is dedicated to contrasting the placement protocols of zirconia and titanium implants, led by Dr. Briskie. He elaborates on the need for a delicate approach when handling zirconia implants to prevent cracking, a common issue attributed to the difference in torque requirements between zirconia and titanium. The discussion navigates through the detailed steps of preparing the osteotomy, the use of bone taps, and the importance of adhering to specified RPM and torque values to ensure the successful placement of zirconia implants. Dr. Dhoon supplements the conversation by sharing his own experiences and the need to unlearn some muscle memory associated with titanium implant placement to accommodate the delicate nature of zirconia. The episode is rich with practical insights, offering listeners a deep dive into the nuanced world of implantology, especially the emerging trend and protocols surrounding zirconia implants. Dr. Briskie and Dr. Dhoon's shared experiences and the information provided by the NeoDent representatives make this episode a valuable resource for dental practitioners keen on staying updated with the evolving landscape of dental implant materials and techniques. Don't miss out on the upcoming event from CSI. Explore and register here: https://www.coloradosurgicalinstitute.com/#1 EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.coloradosurgicalinstitute.com https://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast
There is no question that digital dentistry has revolutionized our profession. The impact of digital scanning and printing has enabled clinicians to provide faster, better and more affordable high end dentistry. Today we'll be discussing digital solutions specifically for implant dentistry. Our guest is Dr. Isaac Tawil, who has an extensive history in the dental field and is a recipient of two coveted awards: the Pierre Fauchard award for outstanding achievements in dentistry and the Presidential Service Award. He is the Founder of Advanced Implant Education and is a new product consultant for several dental companies.
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In this episode, we dive deep into the world of oral and maxillofacial surgery with Dr. Naushad Edibam. Join us as we explore a critical topic in the field: the potential risks associated with self-reported allergies to clindamycin during implant procedures. Dr. Edibam, a renowned expert in oral surgery, shares his expertise and research findings, shedding light on whether a patient's reported clindamycin allergy can influence the success or failure of dental implants. With a focus on evidence-based insights, we delve into the implications for practitioners and their patients. Hear about his latest research findings on the subject and the latest developments in implantology. Discover the potential risk factors, steps to follow for high-risk patients, common pitfalls, how to properly identify an allergy, and much more. Tune in to stay at the forefront of oral and maxillofacial surgery knowledge with Dr. Naushad Edibam!Key Points From This Episode:We start by hearing about Dr. Edibam's training and practice setup.Dr. Naushad Edibam shares what got him interested in the topic.An overview of the findings from his systematic review article.Reasons for the association of dental failure with administering clindamycin.Protocol for identifying genuine medical penicillin allergies.Obvious signs of high-risk patients and the steps to follow.The underlying reasons why clindamycin may be a cause for concern.Alternatives to administering clindamycin to patients.Essential recommendations and advice for administering antibiotics.We discuss whether antibiotics are needed for implant patients.His approach to administering antibiotics to patients.Gaps, data limitations, and where more research is needed. Possible ways to reduce the potential of implant failure.Our usual rapid-fire questions!Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Dr. Naushad Edibam — https://www.stamfordoms.com/p/oral-surgeon-Stamford-CT-Naushad-Edibam-DMD-p20861.aspDr. Naushad Edibam Email — email@example.comNCBI - WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic — https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37102260/AME'S Dental College and Hospital — https://www.amesdentalcollege.com/Buddha's Brain — https://www.amazon.com/Buddhas-Brain-audiobook/dp/B004CDDLBG/Ahsoka — https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13622776/KLS Martin — https://www.klsmartin.com/en/Everyday Oral Surgery Website — https://www.everydayoralsurgery.com/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/everydayoralsurgery/ Everyday Oral Surgery on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/EverydayOralSurgery/Dr. Grant Stucki Email — firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Grant Stucki Phone — 720-441-6059
Neuromodulation flies in the face of modern psychiatry. It can significantly improve mental health without drugs. It allows us to stimulate or inhibit activity in precise regions of the brain using electricity, magnetism or ultrasound. Motif Neurotech is pioneering minimally invasive implants to precisely deliver neuromodulation for mental health. In this special episode, Matias joins Empath Ventures' Brom Rector to interview Jacob Robinson, an entrepreneurial scientist who leveraged his academic research to start Motif Neurotech. PsyMed Ventures and Empath Ventures invested in Motif's latest seed round. Motif's implantable device stimulates a region of the brain associated with depression. Other applications being explored include Alzheimer's disease, PTSD and ADHD.Neuromodulation is still early but holds great promise as a paradigm shift in psychiatry and even human augmentation–unlocking the full potential of the brain.Credits: Created by Greg Kubin and Matias SerebrinskyHost: Matias Serebrinsky & Greg KubinProduced by Jonathan A. Davis, Nico V. Rey & Caitlin NerFind us at businesstrip.fm and psymed.venturesFollow us on Instagram and Twitter!Theme music by Dorian LoveAdditional Music: Distant Daze by Zack Frank and Temperance by Eltham House
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