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Hard, calcified structure found in the jaws (or mouths) of many vertebrates and used to break down food

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The Daily Happy
Tooth of False?

The Daily Happy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 10:00


Have you ever found a tooth in your meal? Believe it or not, Lulu has and she has other stories to prove it. Send us your stories & support the show https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thedailyhappy FOLLOW US:FacebookInstagramYoutubeTwitterPinterestApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyStitcherSupport the show

Older and Wider Podcast
Ep 162. The one with a trip to Cornwall, a tooth extraction and a wedding anniversary

Older and Wider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 47:56


On the podcast this week Judith is on a family trip to Cornwall and is feeling 'panto' tired. Jenny has had a tooth out but managed a trip to the cinema and is on her best behaviour for her and Geoff's 5 year wedding anniversary.

Gareth's Random Ramblings
GRRPOD - S16 E11. - All I want for Christmas…

Gareth's Random Ramblings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:38


In this mini episode, Gareth talks about his weekend… sorry for the lisping

Gareth's Random Ramblings
GRRPOD - S16 E11. - All I want for Christmas…

Gareth's Random Ramblings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:38


In this mini episode, Gareth talks about his weekend… sorry for the lisping

Bright Side
10 Gross Habits You'd Better Quit ASAP

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:31


We all have some everyday habits that are actually really dangerous to our health. For your own safety, and the safety of your family, you'd better stop doing these 10 things that seem good by mistake and follow some simple rules instead. When you were a kid, your parents probably taught you to immediately brush your teeth after meals, not to sit in front of the computer screen for too long, and to never stand near the microwave when it's cooking something. Well, it turns out, you probably should've given up some of these habits a long time ago. Tooth enamel is the most solid part of the human body, but it becomes softer under acidic conditions, like after eating fruit or some dairy products. If you brush your teeth right after a meal, you can damage them by removing the enamel. Obviously, your eyes do get tired after staring at a computer screen for a long time. But being tired isn't the reason why your vision might worsen. Microwave ovens aren't as dangerous as many people think. In fact, this appliance is made in such a way that the electromagnetic radiation it produces can't get out of its confines. The human body is amazingly self-sufficient, doing for itself tons of stuff so that you don't have to, and that includes cleaning ears. Cleaning out your nose can lead to some serious problems because you can open it up to outside bacteria. Not all kinds of food really need to be washed before cooking. For instance, red meat and poultry should never be put under water. For a long time, people thought that sitting with their legs crossed was a sure-fire way to develop varicose veins. But recent studies show that it doesn't lead to this condition at all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth
Is Getting a Tooth Pulled is Better Than Your Customer Support? -- Chip House // Insightly

Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:46


Chip House, CMO at Insightly, discusses tried and true tips for sales and marketing alignment. Since the pandemic, many companies have had to face the issue of low headcount and sub-par customer support efforts. Added to this is the disconnect between key decision-makers and consumers around customer support exceeding customer expectations. Today, Chip talks about whether getting a tooth pulled is better than your customer support. Show NotesConnect With:Chip House: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterThe Rev Gen Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterI Hear Everything: IHearEverything.com // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories
Spotty Dinosaur's Cake Shop 20: Hasty Rhino Loses a Tooth

BabyBus Kids’ Stories: Bedtime Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:47


Hasty Rhino stood in front of the mirror, panicking.

The Cummcast
Episode 176: Cracky Tooth Chronicles

The Cummcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 68:05


In this episode the boys and Shyanne talk about, different forms of Jesus, SoundCloud rappers, cheese, a failed abduction, a homeless cat daddy and more. Beer of the week: My Preferred Apocalypse by Threes Brewing Co. Merch Store: The Cummcast Store Email: thecummcast@gmial.com Follow us: @thecummcast @codycummingsofficial @cumm007ryan Sources: ladbible.com fox59.com untappd.com wbiw.com Music: Floatinurboat - Limbo (feat. ELIØTT) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds Free Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/Limbo Watch: http://youtu.be/n2kldFRUCpM Long Way Back by Damma Beatz Golden Forest by Toby Tranter

Dental Digest
128. Dr. James Otten - Joint Based Occlusion and The Fee For Outcome Practice

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 39:16


Global Diagnosis Education Study Club Dental Marketing with Legwork Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Today we'll be talking about occlusion, TMJ, TMD, joint based occlusion, the fee for service practice and what it means to be a fee for outcome practice.  My guest this week is Dr. James Otten. He's lectured nationally and internationally. He's a former visiting faculty member at the pankey institute and currently visiting faculty at spear education. He's a an active member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Finally, he and Dr. Bill Robbins co-founded the global diagnosis education study club.

Sugar Shack Radio Podcast
RED PRINCESS SWEEEEEET FUCKIN TOOTH SESHUNZ LIVE FROM WEST MICHIGAN [SugarShackRadio]

Sugar Shack Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


Biohack Your Beauty Podcast
65. Holistic Dental Health & Tooth Care with Dr. Seb Lomas

Biohack Your Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:12


Holistic Dentist Dr. Seb Lomas joins us on the Biohack Your Beauty Podcast to talk about holistic dentistry and how to hack your dental health. This is a subject that is so intricately linked to our overall well-being and longevity but is rarely talked about. In this episode, Dr. Seb teaches us the correct way to breathe to support strong healthy teeth; if you can heal a cavity without a dentist and if so how, and simple techniques that you can implement daily to improve the appearance and health of your teeth, Dr. Seb also shares some empowering lifestyle tips to help you support your dental health. Shop Dora's favorite beauty biohacking products here: https://biohackyourbeauty.com/shopbyb/ Take control of your health and wellness with Inside Tracker. You'll receive 20% off with code DORAVANDEKAMP In this episode Dr. Seb and I discuss: What led Dr. Seb to become a Holistic Dentist? How is our dental health linked to our body's health? The link between our teeth and our energetic body. What is oil pulling and how does it improve our teeth? What daily technique reduces plaque by 50%? What does tongue scraping do for your dental health? What is the difference between mouth breathing and nose breathing? What are the long term effects of mouth breathing? Dr. Seb's surprising opinion about flossing Can you heal a cavity? What lifestyle habits and foods support healthy teeth? What are the potential long term consequences of fluoride use? How often should you get dental x-rays? Should you get amalgam fillings removed? What are the potential effects of amalgam fillings? What to look for to safely get your fillings removed and replaced. Dr. Seb Resources Wonder of Wellness Website Dr. Seb Instagram Dr. Seb has a first class degree in Chemistry and Dentistry. He is a qualified dentist with a key interest in integrating holistic health with modern dentistry and wellbeing. He loves to geek out on the Chemical profiles of each Essential Oil and their effects on the human body. Having been so anti ‘natural solutions' for his whole life, ironically it was natural solutions that were the only thing to get him out of his health crisis. As a result he is now super passionate to shine his light and knowledge and show others the way. Backing it all up with science of course! Dora Vandekamp Resources Instagram: @doravandekamp TikTok YouTube biohackyourbeauty.com Medical Disclaimer. The information on this podcast and website is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Season of Soul
65. Holistic Dental Health & Tooth Care with Dr. Seb Lomas

Season of Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:12


Holistic Dentist Dr. Seb Lomas joins us on the Biohack Your Beauty Podcast to talk about holistic dentistry and how to hack your dental health. This is a subject that is so intricately linked to our overall well-being and longevity but is rarely talked about. In this episode, Dr. Seb teaches us the correct way to breathe to support strong healthy teeth; if you can heal a cavity without a dentist and if so how, and simple techniques that you can implement daily to improve the appearance and health of your teeth, Dr. Seb also shares some empowering lifestyle tips to help you support your dental health. Shop Dora's favorite beauty biohacking products here: https://biohackyourbeauty.com/shopbyb/ Take control of your health and wellness with Inside Tracker. You'll receive 20% off with code DORAVANDEKAMP In this episode Dr. Seb and I discuss: What led Dr. Seb to become a Holistic Dentist? How is our dental health linked to our body's health? The link between our teeth and our energetic body. What is oil pulling and how does it improve our teeth? What daily technique reduces plaque by 50%? What does tongue scraping do for your dental health? What is the difference between mouth breathing and nose breathing? What are the long term effects of mouth breathing? Dr. Seb's surprising opinion about flossing Can you heal a cavity? What lifestyle habits and foods support healthy teeth? What are the potential long term consequences of fluoride use? How often should you get dental x-rays? Should you get amalgam fillings removed? What are the potential effects of amalgam fillings? What to look for to safely get your fillings removed and replaced. Dr. Seb Resources Wonder of Wellness Website Dr. Seb Instagram Dr. Seb has a first class degree in Chemistry and Dentistry. He is a qualified dentist with a key interest in integrating holistic health with modern dentistry and wellbeing. He loves to geek out on the Chemical profiles of each Essential Oil and their effects on the human body. Having been so anti ‘natural solutions' for his whole life, ironically it was natural solutions that were the only thing to get him out of his health crisis. As a result he is now super passionate to shine his light and knowledge and show others the way. Backing it all up with science of course! Dora Vandekamp Resources Instagram: @doravandekamp TikTok YouTube biohackyourbeauty.com Medical Disclaimer. The information on this podcast and website is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Across Africa
Belgium returns tooth taken in 1961 from slain Congolese icon

Across Africa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:24


Relatives of murdered Congolese independence hero Patrice Lumumba attend a sombre ceremony in Brussels as Belgium returns his tooth. It's all that remains of him after his assassination in 1961. Also, Kenya has no reproductive health legislation but the public is going to have its say on a regional bill that could make a big difference to national sexual health services. And the refugee status of hundreds of thousands of Ivorians who fled post-electoral violence in the country in 2011 is coming to an end.  

It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield
"How Sharp Does One's Tooth Have To Be?" A Nightmare Fuel with Helen

It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:54


This Cirque Du Soleil queen kicks this man in the crotch. Why? Did she have a valid reason to? Get a grip and listen mmkay? Send your Nightmare Fuel to hello@itsalotpodcast.com LINKS Listen Abbie's 'Hot Nights' radio show https://bit.ly/3vDRYDw Listen to the "Meaty Zooper Dooper" episode https://bit.ly/39LVEdO CREDITS Host: Abbie Chatfield www.instagram.com/abbiechatfield/ Executive Producer: Lem Zakharia https://www.instagram.com/lemzakharia/ Video Producer: Oscar Gordon https://www.instagram.com/oscargordon/ Managing Producer: Sam Cavanagh Find more great podcasts like this at www.listnr.com/ See www.omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Explainer 321: Belgium returns a Congolese hero's golden tooth

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 8:12


Belgium has returned a tooth, the last remains of the murdered Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba, to members of his family. Andrew Mueller explains why. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AnnaTude
Scammy Wammy ft Chelsea and her tooth gems

AnnaTude

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 50:29


On this episode of AnnaTude Chelsea and I discuss how she almost got scammed by the sheriff, her tooth gems, and my crush on my dentist. You can find Chelsea at @chillxchel and follow me @djtacobella love and light bbs

Dentistry: The Business Bite with Grace Rizza
How to Market Your Grand Opening Event

Dentistry: The Business Bite with Grace Rizza

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:32


For additional dental marketing advice, join Dental Marketing with Grace www.facebook.com/groups/DentalMarketingWithGrace In this video Grace Rizza, CEO of Identity Dental marketing tackles: Start with defining what's in it for them? Raffle Music? Food? Pediatric Practice? Princess show up? Tooth fairy? Your message to a local business owner - message to a mom's group will be different Fundraiser for local charity / non-profit - Social media posts - Event listing & invites on social media sites Joining local FB & other social media community groups - get into moms groups, etc. Event website listing - Evite or Eventbrite - Reaching out to Chamber of Commerce and they will plug you - Personal invitation to local businesses Inviting schools Press release - before the event Photographer - hire someone - get someone local who wants an introduction - other business owners - - verbiage for this. Grand Opening - and we partnered with the ice skating rink - WHOEVER came into the office for the open house got a FREE day at the ice skating business. Cooperating marketing. Carnival/party - bounce houses and face painting Consider your goals for the event. It may cost money and it certainly will cost time. You can consider hosting local businesses as vendors. If you're having vendors, you would need to find a space. Whenever you take it OUT of your office- you're now removing the experience of being IN your office, which decreases their opportunity of becoming a patient. You want to create a reason for them to step in the practice - step foot in the practice to have any dental experience - minimally a tour, best experience ANYTHING they. Book/schedule…. Special if purchased at event… end goal = get patients. Have to have realistic expectations for this. Be focused Is this a business networking open house? Is this a family bounce house, DJ, cookout, face painting event? This question should be answered with consideration for your brand? At Identity Dental Marketing, we have seen that real results come from a collaboration of dental marketing strategies. Each member of our team brings a unique skill set that will contribute to the success of your dental practice. We're here for you! Just a few of the services we offer include: Marketing for Dentists and Dental Experts SEO Strategies from our Dental SEO Experts Custom Websites for Dentists and Dental Experts Dental Office Marketing Consulting Custom Content and Designs for Internet and Print Marketing Looking to take your dental marketing to the next level? Contact us today for your complimentary marketing planning session! https://www.IdentityDental.com (847) 629-4646 Grace@IdentityDental.com

Multicultural Misfits Podcast
Episode 76 - Nothing But The Tooth

Multicultural Misfits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 70:40


The guys discuss Omar's medical procedure, Buzz Lightyear, and Jared Leto. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/multicultural-misfits/support

Africa Today
Belgium returns the tooth of Patrice Lumumba

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 44:17


Belgium returns a tooth belonging to the Congolese independence hero, Patrice Lumumba, more than 60 years after his brutal murder. Also, one of Sierra Leone's most popular musicians has his dreadlocks shaved by the police - the Inspector General defends the action. And the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) has opened in Kigali. Focus on Africa's Bola Mosuro is there.

Dental Digest
127. Dr. James Otten - Evolving Occlusal Philosophies

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 48:34


Global Diagnosis Education Study Club Dental Marketing with Legwork Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Today we'll be talking about the topic that can really feel like the big black box and that would be occlusion, how it can go wrong, our misconceptions as a profession and the tempromandibular joint.   My guest this week is Dr. James Otten. He's lectured nationally and internationally. He's a former visiting faculty member at the pankey institute and currently visiting faculty at spear education. He's a an active member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Finally, he and Dr. Bill Robbins co-founded the global diagnosis education study club.  

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
EP3795: Suspense: The Khandi Tooth Caper

OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 76:37


Sam Spade finds himself in a jail cell on a murder charge after receiving a murder from a man he believed dead--Casper Gutman.Original Air Date: January 10, 1948 based on radio episodes from November 24 and December 1, 1946Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.netSupport the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715Take the listener survey…http://survey.greatdetectives.netGive us a call 208-991-4783Follow us on Instagram at http://instagram.com/greatdetectivesFollow us on Twitter@radiodetectives

Tooth and Claw
Grizzly Bear Attack - The Todd Orr Double Grizzly Bear Attack

Tooth and Claw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 103:04


Wes covers an oft-requested story concerning Todd Orr and the bear who attacked him two times in a single bloody and unfortunate morning. We then do a deep dive into bear safety tactics and talk about just how good of a tool bear spray is. ~~ To advertise on the show, contact us! ~~ Tooth & Claw is brought to you by QCODE. Support the show and get access to an extensive library of exclusive episodes like this by supporting the show on Patreon or joining the Grizzly Club on Apple Podcasts. For the latest updates on the show and all things wildlife, follow us at toothandclawpod.com and social:  Instagram: @ToothandClawPodcast Twitter: @ToothandClawPod Wes: @GrizKid Jeff: @jefe_larson Mike: @mikey3ds                         

Africa Daily
Why is Belgium handing over Patrice Lumumba's tooth to the DRC?

Africa Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 15:48


“Here in our culture when you don't see the body of someone, for the woman you can't go back to sleep on the bed. You have to stay on the floor all the time. So this is what the family has gone through. For them that tooth is the body of their father”. Patrice Lumumba is a national hero in his native Democratic Republic of Congo. He became the country's first prime minister at the age of just 35, after it won independence from Belgian rule in June of 1960. But less than a year later, he was overthrown, jailed and killed by factions reportedly supported by Belgium and the US. Now a tooth, believed to have been stolen as a trophy by a Gendarme when his body was destroyed, is being returned to his family and the DRC. Last week the Belgium monarch, King Philippe, expressed his ‘deepest regret' for colonial era abuses – but stopped short of formally apologising or offering reparations. Presenter: Alan Kasujja (@kasujja)

Unearthly Duo
The Northman | Pleeka's Bachelor Party #20

Unearthly Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 25:10


Jerome & Hess Discuss The Northman, Kevin Bacon, & More About Hess's Tooth pain. @pleekasbachpod @notjeromeking @hessonsports Youtube - http://bit.ly/2UdDdFT

UBC News World
This Canton, TX Dental Practice Offers Affordable Tooth Replacement & Implants

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:58


Do you want high-tech dental implants at affordable prices? Call Taylor Made Smiles of Texas (+1-903-873-2523) or learn more at: https://taylormadesmilesoftexas.com (https://taylormadesmilesoftexas.com)

The Tony Walker Podcast
Episode 80- Chipped Tooth, The View, Calls

The Tony Walker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:29


This episode sucks. Don't listen --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Walk to Work - A Mobile Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 1008 - Throne of Tides Balance Changes!

Walk to Work - A Mobile Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 33:31


I go through the sudden balance changes that are now live! before playing Trickster Thief Rogue on the ladder. You can find the deck import link below the following contact links.  Join our Discord community here or at discord.me/blisterguy. You can follow me on twitter @blisterguy.  You can follow the podcast on twitter @walktoworkHS  Subscribe in iTunes or Stitcher or your podcatcher of choice. You can see my infographic archive here. Subscribe to my Youtube channel. You can support this podcast and my other Hearthstone work at Patreon here. # 2x (0) Preparation # 2x (1) Blackwater Cutlass # 2x (1) Gone Fishin' # 2x (1) Peasant # 2x (2) Jackpot! # 1x (2) Maestra of the Masquerade # 2x (2) Reconnaissance # 2x (2) Tooth of Nefarian # 2x (2) Wicked Stab (Rank 1) # 2x (4) Swiftscale Trickster # 2x (5) Azsharan Vessel # 2x (5) Contraband Stash # 1x (5) Queen Azshara # 2x (5) Wildpaw Gnoll # 1x (6) Crabatoa # 1x (6) Mr. Smite # 1x (7) Tess Greymane # 1x (8) Shadowcrafter Scabbs # AAECAY/ABAah+QO/gAT7igTYtgTbuQSLpAUMqusD9PYDvYAE958EuqQE+6UE7KcE+awEr7MEt7ME1bYE+fEEAA==

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Celebrity Gossip- Ed Helms's Missing Tooth

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 14:12


Hailey Bieber shared an update on Justin's rehab after half of his face was paralyzed, and Harry Styles says Olivia Wilde got him all flustered when they first started seeing each other.

Rick & Bubba Show
The Economy Is Rotten Like Bubba's Tooth | Daily Best of June 15 | Rick & Bubba

Rick & Bubba Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 70:59


The health of the economy is not good. The health of Bubba's tooth is also not good. Both appear to be rotting from the inside, experts say. While Bubba has to leave for a root canal, we look at the true rate of inflation and the repeated mistakes of the Biden administration. In other news, actor David Koechner is busted for drunk driving. And lastly, we would really love it if drag queens would stop performing for kids to the applause of their parents. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Don't Make Me Come Back There
"I Noticed That Tooth Has Been on The Move..."

Don't Make Me Come Back There

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 48:28


Dustin and Mel are back in the Frontseat to dicuss the highest pressure COVID test of Dustin's entire life, what it's like to perform standup on late night, and answer your book related questions. Order Dustin's book: How to Be Married (To Melissa)  today! Want to be a part of the show? Shoot us a message to dontmakemecomebackthere@gmail.com and get your very own horrible parenting/relationship advice. Check out our new Patreon page! Head to https://www.patreon.com/DustinNickerson for exclusive bonus content and to help support the show.

Labeled:

his conversation with Kevin Klein from Valleyheart is a great look at how a modern artist sees the landscape today, and in what ways some things always stay the same in the midst of constant change. The one trend that continues to grow is the amount of control artists have over more and more layers of their art form, and why having clear vision and identifying constraints seems to matter more than ever. Valleyheart has a brand new Tooth & Nail album called Heal My Head out now, and its a terrific listen. Follow Valleyheart on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3xVyJGp Get your Labeled Fest tickets at LabeledUniverse.com Watch and listen to the new Labeled Series: Deep Dives https://link.chtbl.com/underoath Become a Labeled Member! Join us at https://www.patreon.com/labeled Not ready to become a member yet? That's okay, you can still join us in the Labeled Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2502620686459105/?ref=share MORE FROM TOOTH & NAIL: Labeled: Music From The Podcast: smarturl.it/labeledplaylist DISCOVER IT: New Tracks from T&N Records: smarturl.it/TNNDiscover This Is Solid State: New Tracks from Solid State Records https://spoti.fi/2CUCsaH

Silver On the Sage
Brad Plumb

Silver On the Sage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 69:04


51 years ago, Brad Plumb was given the opportunity to quit his summer gig lifeguarding, and work instead as a PC at the then very quiet and secluded Clear Creek.  It was "the best summer of his life."  Brad shares a description of Clear Creek somewhat unfamiliar to most of us - as a place at the end of the earth, no gas, no electricity, and no direct contact to base camp. His experiences there were formative and primitive - learning to build a smokehouse to make jerky, and even partaking in a rocky mountain gray jay feast with scouts - his memories are romantic and idyllic. After a very primitive year at Clear Creek, he returned in 1972 which ended up being a much more active and diverse experience - Brad was hired to be a PC at Cyphers, but ended up a PC at Cito and later that same summer CD at Crater.  Brad shares stories from bear trap encounters and memorial latrines to being a part of the first officially approved rappel of the Tooth of Time.Since his time on staff, Brad has been very active in the PSA and is currently on the board of directors.  After participating in numerous PSA treks, Volunteer Vacations, and Phil-Break, Brad celebrates the valuable work of volunteering and giving back.Brad closes the episode reflecting how Philmont is such an emotional experience - a place of intense relationships, of life-long bonds, and of soulmates.  Philmont Experience:1968: Trek participant1971: PC Clear Creek1972: ACD Cimarron Cito (beginning of summer – July 25)1972: CD Crater Lake (July 25-end of summer)1973: CD Crater Lake1996: PTC District Key 3 Training1997: Trek with Son's explorer postPSA Treks: 1999, 2001, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021Volunteer Vacation: 2016, 2018, 2020, 2021Phil-Break: 2021PSA Board: 2003-2005, 2021-2023Notable Mentions:Dave PlumbJoe ClayGene TysonBill SchriverLee DavisJoe DavisBurkyMatt McClainDave BatesRobyn SlackBjorn KelstrumJohn NickelSupport the show

Dental Digest
126. Dr. Christian Coachman - Digital Dentistry

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 34:14


Dental Marketing with Legwork Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Digital Smile Design My guest this week is Dr. Christian Coachman and we'll be talking about Digital Smile Design.  Speaker 1: [00:00:03] You need to first design the smile. You need to design where you want to be even before knowing how to get there. First set design where you want to be. What is the ideal position of the upper teeth, bone and gum in relationship with the face? Not in relationship with whatever is in the mouth. [00:00:22][19.4] Speaker 2: [00:00:27] Welcome to Dental Digest. Listen, dentistry is rapidly changing and this podcast exists so you can have real time updates to changes in delight occasion research and technology. Dr. Christine Curtin, the founder and CEO of the Digital Smile Design Company. Former president of the Brazilian Academy of Historic Dentistry in Global Phenomenon is back this week. In this episode, you're going to learn about how to incorporate dentistry and true planning in esthetic dentistry. You'll learn what you can be doing differently in your treatment plan and why you should take a basically general approach to your cases. All right, let's jump in. [00:01:03][35.9] Speaker 3: [00:01:04] Welcome to Dental Digest. This is a podcast devoted to. [00:01:07][3.6] Speaker 1: [00:01:08] Following evidence based. [00:01:08][0.9] Speaker 3: [00:01:09] Dental literature. Here's your host, Dr. Melissa Seibert. [00:01:11][2.7] Speaker 1: [00:01:12] She's a dentist currently practicing in the Air Force. With that being said, nothing contained within this podcast is intended to be reflective or endorsed by the U.S. Air Force. [00:01:21][8.3] Speaker 2: [00:01:21] Today's podcast is sponsored by Legwork. Your one stop shop for tracking, retaining and delivering patient happiness attract new patients with digital ads, then convert them into lifelong customers through a dental website that integrates with your office phones and patient engagement software. Keep your seats filled with happy patients using tools like tool texting and automated reminders as a dental digest listener. You can get your first six for no pay at legwork icon slash dental digest. And so talk to us also about your implementation of tooth libraries. Can you tell us a bit about that? [00:02:02][40.2] Speaker 1: [00:02:02] This is another concept that we were able to help spread that I think it's a revolution in restorative dentistry. You know, I was able to to learn back in 2011, 12 from one of my mentors in Brazil, an amazing dentist technician. That was the first one to bring this idea of using natural teeth as your guide to manufacture restorations. Of course, natural teeth were always the inspiration. So we as technicians, we were studying natural teeth to try to reproduce with our own hands, either with wax or with ceramics, and building their morphology with our own hands inspired by the natural morphology. And this teacher, Dr. Paolo Chernoff, he came with the idea, you know, why should we try? To replicate nature with our own hands if we can literally copy nature 100% with scanners. And when he first said that to me, it was so clear. You know, that's obvious in the future. At that time, two dozen, 11, 12, I was thinking in the future, we're not going to shape deep with our own hands because it makes no sense. We going to scan natural teeth and we can scan anybody that has beautiful dentition and save these scams into the libraries of our software. And when I'm digitally waxing up your case instead of designing with my own hands, I'm going to copy and paste the natural morphology of the most beautiful teeth on Earth. And then I'm going to design your mockups, design your provisionals, and design your final restorations with that. The only thing that needs to be done here is to understand that if you want to use natural libraries in your software and they look amazing because they're natural to keep that beauty in the patient's real mouth, you need to accept the principle and the concept of monolithic restorations because you need to milk or you need to treat the restoration. And if you touch the surface or you cut back to layer on top of it, you're back to scratch your back into your own morphology. So the natural library concept comes hand-in-hand with the monolithic restoration concept, and these two concepts together are allowing so many dentists and technicians to finally do beautiful natural work without having to be a michaelangelo of dentistry. [00:04:45][162.4] Speaker 2: [00:04:46] Help me understand a little bit. Is this something that you did? Are you a part of creating these libraries, or is this a technology that you advocate for implementing? I'm sorry. You have to pardon my ignorance. I'm not quite as familiar with this. [00:04:57][10.8] Speaker 1: [00:04:58] So we were the first ones to develop digital 3D libraries and do diagnostic wax in 3D with natural libraries and then design CAD cam restorations with natural libraries, mill these restorations and places in the mouth. So this is what we call the complete digital natural restorative workflow. Okay. Inspired by this initial idea from Dr. Paolo Garneau. That was the first one to mention something like that. We were the first ones to then bring this to the digital world and make it restored. The first two patients back in 2014 with this complete digital workflow with natural libraries. [00:05:43][45.3] Speaker 2: [00:05:44] What ceramic materials do you advocate for using when you're trying to design beautiful interior restorations? Do you like lithium de silicate zirconia feldspar? They porcelain. What do you like? [00:05:54][10.3] Speaker 1: [00:05:55] I like all of them. I like all of them. And the key is beautiful. Natural morphology. Beautiful natural morphology makes every material looks beautiful. We can't beat nature. It makes no sense. So it's amazing, you know, when you use natural libraries and then you manufacture these with natural libraries, they come out of the machine really looking beautiful because it's a copy paste of a natural tooth, you know? So all the materials will work fine. We work a lot with Legion Basilica, we work a lot with film spectacle. So just to emphasize, we do 100% related and we do 100% digital. Everything we do is digital and monolithic with natural libraries. We do hundreds and hundreds of anti restorations every month, and that's how we do all of them. Of course that if we are trying case in the business models and it doesn't look good, we're going to do everything we can to save the case too. So the patience problem and make the modifications that make them happy. And if we need to touch with our own hands and and save the case, we will. So that's one point. But we always do everything digital and most of the times we don't have to really modify them too much with our own lens because they come out of the machine already looking good. So these interior monolithic restorations we usually do with Emacs or Empress multicolor blocks, we also do translucent zirconia. They work fine. We also do hybrid materials, composite blocks. They all look beautiful as well. So it's a matter of mature selection for any biological, functional reason and value selection. How do you pick the right materials to give the value that you want? [00:07:54][118.7] Speaker 2: [00:07:54] One of the things that is such a challenge for dentists and oftentimes overlooked, but this is invaluable. Is shade selection in with your background? How would you recommend Dennis communicate Shade to the lab? Some Dennis would say that they actually have the patient go to the lab and then the lab technician themselves is doing the shade matching. But that's just so rarely practical because oftentimes the lab might be even in the different country. So what information should a Dennis be gathering to effectively communicate shade to the lab? [00:08:22][27.7] Speaker 1: [00:08:23] So we need to we probably should divide this topic into are we talking about cases with one or just the few restorations that you need to match remaining dental of the remaining dentition? So a single central, central lateral, you know, lateral pane. So the case is where you have everything natural and a few restorations that you need to match. This has a complete different protocol than the cases that you're doing, the full smile, right? The cases that you're doing, the full smile. The challenge here, as I mentioned, is value. You need to you want to pick the right event. Okay. You're not matching anything. You just don't want the full set to be too great or too great. You want the right then. Okay, so value communication depends on experience. You need to understand the color of the remaining track, the color that the patient wants, and how much space for the restoration. These three these are the three pieces of information that your technician needs to know to select the material for the right value. Right. So about the color is the right value. So you take a picture with the shade guides and the tooth perhaps, or the something simple. Sent to the lab. You tell the lab what is the final color value that the patient wants? Sent to the lab and in the software, the lab already knows the clearance, so we need to do the math. As we say, initial color, final color and clearance. Now, a good technician and good lab. By doing several cases, hundreds of cases, they're going to become good on understanding the combination of these three factors. What block should they pick to generate the value that the patient's patient want on full set? If you're talking about single restorations to match to natural teeth, then of course the color matching becomes a little bit more challenging. The shape is not the challenge anymore because as you scan the patient, you can use the natural remaining to even just flip to the other side and make the perfect morphology so it becomes, you know, how tricky the color is. If the color of the natural and tissue remaining tissue is not that complex, you can still solve with monolithic restorations, and labs are becoming better and better on matching monolithic restorations to match the tissue. If you see that the natural incision over patient does have very unique internal characterizations. This is one of the few situations where. Cutting back and layering ceramics. Old school is still necessary. And for that, this is the situation where top technicians usually want to see the patient life. But as you said, is very unrealistic for 90% of the dentists. So, again, what you need to do is just. There are some very simple photography protocols that you can use to generate these images to send to the lab to help the lab increase the chances of magic. What I used to do was to then to have the doctor try in before finishing the crown in a certain phase, maybe with two bakes and one final bake to be done, and then make some pictures to understand how close I am. To allow me to fix. To fine tune. The final layering to make the ideal match. [00:12:17][234.4] Speaker 2: [00:12:18] Would you advocate for the use of polarized light and gray cards? Is that effective? [00:12:23][4.8] Speaker 1: [00:12:23] Yeah. People or people? I would say we love to complicate our lives and people like to create new things to just create something. So the polarized photo and it's something beautiful for lectures. I never used it and I was able to match single central without it. You take a very good photo. Normal photo with some tricks to make the light place in the light in a way that you don't have the reflection. So you see the characteristics of the teeth. For a single central if if it is, of course, a full mouth, then it's completely useless. But if you're doing a single central, the polarized photo may allow you to see a little bit better the inner structures of the tooth and allow you to kind of inspire you on the build up to match that. But if you take a very good picture without the polarized filter, I was always able to to see as well what I needed. But yeah, it's possible for single centrals when the natural two is very complex. Maybe it can add some value. The green card is a way to calibrate, to calibrate the color of the camera, to allow, you know, then you can use some people developed techniques on Photoshop that you can kind of define the value in the Chroma on the hue of the restoration through some numbers in the Photoshop. And then they try to link these numbers to the ceramic system saying that if it's Photoshop, whatever, number, X, Y, Z, you go to the ceramic and you mix this and this and this, then this file that you get that same color. Honestly speaking, it's just too complicated. And I can tell you that the best ceramics in the world, at the end of the day, they're using their experience. They're looking at the picture and only the experience by doing dozens, hundreds of times these type of cases to allow you to understand which powders to use in the amount that needs to be used, with the mixture that needs to be used, that this single central case is still today, 21st century. They are still done in a very old school way. You know, it is still an art. It's still an art. [00:14:56][152.9] Speaker 2: [00:14:57] What are these techniques with light that you're referencing? [00:14:59][2.1] Speaker 1: [00:15:00] So, for example, the the traditional flash, you know, the dentist use the ring flash, you know, it generates a straight and strong light. And that's the worse to see things, right? So usually you can see better when the light is not straight is lateral and when the light is not strong is soft. So direct light straight is not ideal. Lateral indirect light is good. So utilizing an arm for your flashes and moving the flashes, a ray from the lens, moving the flashes backwards and putting a bouncer to bounce the light or using certain filters. These are techniques that every artistic technician, artistic dentist has been using for 15 years, you know, to take beautiful pictures of the tissue. The two tricks is indirect and lateral light. [00:16:04][63.6] Speaker 2: [00:16:05] So the question that I've been dying to ask you about as well is how are you using keynote and PowerPoint for digital smile design? This is something that you're renowned for. And it's it's very interesting. [00:16:15][10.9] Speaker 1: [00:16:16] This is what we call the vintage. The yes, the there was the how I started. Right. How the whole. So what happened was that, as I mentioned, lecturing was a passion. So in 2004 five, I started to learn PowerPoint and then keener to put lectures again. And I would finish a nice case and I would say, okay, this is a cool case for a lecture. Fantastic. Let me get grabbed in the documentation and let me put a lecture together about this case. As I was putting the lecture together about the case, firstly I started to identify mistakes that we did on the treatment. Second, I realized that I was learning more about the case when I was building the lecture. Then when I was starting to plan the case. Unfortunately, it was too late because the case was already finished. So when I started to realize was inside Keynote and PowerPoint, you have so many tools and so many tricks that you can play with the images, with the possible manipulations of these images, with placing lines and references and doing drawings. So I was doing all these drawings and guidelines to try to explain to my public, to my audience, how good I was. And instead, I was identified. The mistakes that I did. Right. So I, of course, said to myself, I need to start using these tricks, not at the end to put a lecture together, but at the beginning to make better decisions to treatment plan, to not make these mistakes. So in 2006 seven, I started to use little by little. I started first to demand from my clients dentists to send me facial pictures of their patients, not only intraoral pictures, but also facial pictures. And I started to develop a protocol on how to bring these facial pictures to the slide and transformed PowerPoint and keynote into a dental software. And every day learning a new trick. You know, ways to analyze sizes and shapes and measure harmony and balance and arrangement, facial integration and all the principles that we learn from oral facial norms and denture principles, and so full of measured principles and automatic principles. All these principles that helps you. Design is mine only with the phase I started to bring into into PowerPoint and Keynote. Little by little, it became a protocol I started to use in every single case, and then people started to see it and think, This is very cool. Can you teach me? And then I started to show it to colleagues and friends and then small groups and then little courses and then bigger courses than courses all over the world. And that's how the whole thing started. Of course, that today. Today things changed because at that time there was no 3D software. All I had was 2D PowerPoint keynote. And then from that 2D, I developed a technique that also exploded all over on how to make measurements and guides in PowerPoint keynote and then translate to the stone model to guide to wax it. So it was what I called a facially driven, handmade wax set, and that was the big a big hit until 2014. Or that was my main way to work until 14, when we moved completely in three into 3D. And now everything is inside the 3D software. But but we still use PowerPoint Keynote as the digital chart of the patient and everything we do in the 3D software, those three screens and video recordings that I mentioned to you, everything goes inside PowerPoint and Keynote and PowerPoint. The keynote is where we organize the digital information of the patient and what we use to present to the patient. [00:20:24][247.9] Speaker 2: [00:20:25] I think it's funny that you say that this is vintage, because for many dummies this is still very cutting edge. And I think this technique is phenomenal because, listen, investing in some of this technology is very, very expensive. And this is such a great way for people to get their feet wet and get started. So would you make this actionable? Can you help us understand how are you doing this? Are you actually tracing the design of the teeth on keynote? Would you explain this a little more? [00:20:50][25.1] Speaker 1: [00:20:51] So in Europe, I call it vintage. Of course, we work with 3D technology nowadays, and 3D technology is becoming very popular and very democratic. And of course, everybody is going to go there. But we still have hundreds, even thousands of doctors utilizing this vintage way, and that is very useful and very efficient. And people are doing better dentistry because of that. And I get messages every day from people saying, look, I didn't have the time or the opportunity to jump into 3D, blah, blah, blah. I know this is the future, but I'm very grateful that I have these tools that I can do for free and I can do it myself and I can communicate better with my lab. And my lab doesn't have any technology. We are in the countryside of India, you know, in the middle of Brazil. And all we have is this and it's helping us to do better. So I am very proud of this. And I think that you need to do whatever you can with whatever you have to do the best you can. And that is fantastic. So we still have online the videos that people can access for free on YouTube, on our YouTube channel of how to do the vintage DST, 2D facial analysis, 2D small design on Keynote and PowerPoint. Then the digital ruler that we invented that you place into the slide that you can calibrate and make the measurements between where you are and where you want to be. So let's say you put the patient's picture in that slide, you grab the templates you put over, you design the smile in 2D. So, you know, you see where the patient is. So let's say there's a chef and there's a cat and the teeth are small. You draw the ideal smile on top based on the face. So you have all the lines, the facial midline smile, curved tooth proportion, inter dental proportion, gingival fulfilling position. So what we call the smile frame that we developed, the ten steps of the smile frame that we used. So today on 3D, the same 2D or 3D, the smile frame process, ten steps. So use those ten steps on the 2D. So now what you see very clear is where you are and where you want to be. So let's say the incisal edge is here and the midline is here, and you want them in light to be there and the incisors to be there. So what you do is you take the digital ruler, you match the measurement, so you calibrate the ruler and then you measure, for example, that on the cervical of the tooth you need to shift the midline one millimeter, and on the incisal you need to shift 1.5. And that will fix the shift and the cat. And that on the incisal edge, on the distal corner, you want to lengthen half a millimeter and the medial 1.5 millimeters. So you have those measurements, you start making the measurements, you go to your model, you take a. Caliper. You start making the measurements tomorrow with the pencil and you start throwing the wax on top of it, guided by these measurements, and you can use the barrier probes in the wax to measure the thickness of the wax. You know, you melt the wax and you put the burial probe and you start guiding the volumes and the position of the wax midline in size of large volumes, gingival margins proportions. And your handmade wax can actually look very like your 2D drawings on PowerPoint. Of course, you need to know how to use PowerPoint or keynote, and you need to be a very good waxer. There's no magic here. You need to be a very good wax. If you have those two skills, you'll watch the video on YouTube on how to do it. And you can start tomorrow and you're going to have quite a lot of problems in terms of the misplacement of the midline, the size of add your own proportions and even beautiful lines and all these things. [00:24:47][236.1] Speaker 2: [00:24:48] No, I think this is such a cool innovation and I love that because again, Denis, I might not have access to some of these technologies. This is a great way for them to get started. So why should Denis why should their treatment plans be facially driven? Denis Of the highest echelon in dentistry, this is something that they advocate for. But oftentimes, unfortunately, the default when it comes to treatment planning is we're just thinking of disease control, starting with posterior teeth in the mouth. But why do we need to start with the smile first? [00:25:13][25.4] Speaker 1: [00:25:14] So this is all about what we learned. You know, this is not something that we at DSD invented. We we what we do is to translate into the digital world, the beautiful, beautiful things that we learn from mentors like Rick Rowley, John Kois, Frank Sfeir, Bill Robbins, Jeff Rouse, Peter Dawson, Jack. She's just come one year. You know, they they all they all talk about the same thing, facially driven treatment planning, facial generated treatment plans. What does that mean? It means that you need to design a smile first before you plan the treatment. It's like an architect. First you design the project and after you engineer how to make that project possible. And even though it's pretty obvious, unfortunately in dentistry, too many people invert those things. They start treatment, planning the solutions. And then in the middle of the process, they say, Oh, this is more or less where we're going to end and let's hope for the best. You know, if if you think like an engineer, if you think like an architect, it's pretty obvious. Start with the end in mind. As Peter Dutton said, if you know where you want to go, it's easier to get there. Period. What it means, you know where you want to go. It means you need to first design the small. You need to design where you want to be even before knowing how to get there. First set design where you want to be. What is the ideal position of the upper teeth, bone and gum in relationship with the face? Not in relationship with whatever is in the mouth. Because that will change. May change, and you probably want to change many other things. So you cannot treatment plan based on whatever is in the mouth. You need to treatment plan based on the face and nowadays face and every face. And these are the two guidelines to let you know where the upper teeth should be for ideal facial harmony and ideal and weight. So when you know where you want to be in treating the teeth, bone and gum, this is where you want to be. Now you need to compare where you want to be and where you are and understand the discrepancies. And then you need to ask yourself, what is the treatment plan? And that's only then that you need to use your skills and the specialty skills of your team members to start understanding. This is the ideal outcome we want. This is where we want to be. Is it possible? Do we really want to offer this to the patient? Is this realistic? How challenging it is? How much time do we need? You know, does the patient want to go through this process? And many times, of course, the ideal project is not feasible. It's not possible. It's not realistic financially, maybe to too much time the patient doesn't want for any reason. Many times the ideal is not possible, and only then you adapt the ideal to something that you think is more realistic. But as we say, give ideal a chance. Give the face a chance, give the airway a chance. Start from ideal reverse engineer the treatment plan, start from smile design and then build your treatment plan. [00:28:47][213.6] Speaker 2: [00:28:48] Would you almost say that this is analogous to dentures? You know, some of the greatest minds when it comes to treatment planning correlated to dentures. They say, you know, when we're selling denture teeth, what are we starting with or starting with? Where do we want eight and nine to go once we know that we know everything else? And it's perhaps the same way with Smile Design. Perhaps fewer dentists are doing dentures today, but we can't forsake these principles 100%. [00:29:10][21.8] Speaker 1: [00:29:13] This is exactly what we say. The only dentists that are treatment planning properly always are the ones treating full evangelist's patients and why their treatment planning? Ideally, always not because they're better, but because they have no other option. There's nothing in them up so they cannot treatment plan based on whatever is in the mouth. The only thing they have is the face. So they need to start from the face and then they design over the wax rim. They design where the teeth should be first. Then one of the gun should be first. And then they look at that and say, okay. This is what we're going to do. This is where we're going to place the influence we need to cut the budget. We need to raise the interface. We need to grab. We need to do the after after they set up the T. So this is because, you know, naturally, when you're treating a dangerous patients, you have to think the right way and you need to start outside in. Now, if the patient has teeth and an existing bite, you need to think exactly the same way by allowing yourself to ignore the existing bite for a moment. Ignore the existing teeth for a moment, look at the face, look at the enemy, and envision and plan the ideal and then build a plan. [00:30:38][85.1] Speaker 2: [00:30:38] Dr. Coachman, it has been just incredible to have you on. What message would you like to leave us with? What closing thoughts do you have? [00:30:45][6.6] Speaker 1: [00:30:46] I would say, you know, congratulations to all for picking this amazing profession. There's no better moment in the history of dentistry to be a dentist than the moment we live nowadays. It is definitely the most exciting moment. Of course, the world is going through tough moments, but dentistry showed amazing resilience and we were able to see for the last two years how important dentistry is, how vital what we do is for people, and how strong is our business. Even on super tough moments like the ones we left. So I think we are just very, very lucky to be in the dental business mainly, also because we are just discovering the real power of what we do. I think that the next decade will be the decade, hopefully that dentistry will play the role that dentistry deserves in the medical field. We're going to we're going to enter. This position of really going way beyond just treating decays and doing cute smiles. And we're going to discover the depth of what we do in terms of systemic connection, biological importance, the impact on breathing energy and sleep quality related to dentistry, the relationship between function and posture that impact on people's life emotionally. Even more so, all of these topics that are starting to be explored now will show the world the importance of dentistry in people's well-being. So it's just amazing to be in this moment in time, inside a profession that is reinventing itself. [00:32:44][117.7] Speaker 2: [00:32:45] And you provide a lot of educational resources. If they want to learn more from you, where can they go? [00:32:49][4.8] Speaker 1: [00:32:50] So the best way first is to go to our website. Our website has a lot of information, digital smile, design dot com, digital smile designed icon courses, and you're going to see our main course. The entry course is called DACA residency. That is the residency is a three day course where explain we explain the full concept. It's a three day course that we do in this year. We're going to do in Miami and Las Vegas. This residency, of course, social media. I'm very, very active on Instagram. Chris Coachman or Digital Smile Design, both accounts. We share a lot of content, a lot of insights, tips and tricks. So if you follow us on Instagram, you're going to get a lot of information. And also we talk about the courses as well. So I think these are the two ways to interact with me personally and with my team. [00:33:47][56.9] Speaker 2: [00:33:51] Pay raise, believe it or not, ratings for this podcast on Apple Podcasts app actually really matter. So if you like this show and it's helpful to you, would you please be sure to leave a rating and subscribe on the Apple Podcast app? And as always, please send a direct message on podcast and screen, which is done on that is podcast. All right. I'll see you next week. [00:33:51][0.0] [1995.8]

Big Fatty Online
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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 0:01


The Fat One is back in Fat Acres and starts to recap his weekend at the Metropolis Entertainment Complex. Happy National Cupcake Lovers Day.

Veterans Corner Radio
VA dental treatment. Who is eligible and some things that might suprise you. Dr. Patricia Arola, Asst. Under Secretary for Dentistry answers some important questions.

Veterans Corner Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 16:15


Dr. Patricia Arola, Asst. Under Sec. for health for Dentistry outlines who is eligible for dental care through the VA system and also discusses lower-cost options for government-sponsored dental insurance. More importantly, she also suggested there might be a path to dental care through a referral from your primary care doctor. Listen in to hear the details. 

Saturday Matinee Theatre
Longbox Crusade Presents: Saturday Matinee Theatre - Episode 064: 1954 TV's Sherlock Holmes - The Case of the Diamond Tooth

Saturday Matinee Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 50:35


Longbox Crusade Presents: Saturday Matinee TheatreEpisode 064: 1954 TV's Sherlock Holmes - The Case of the Diamond Tooth Listen here: SMT - Episode 064: 1954 TV's Sherlock Holmes - The Case of the Diamond Tooth Don't go chasing waterfalls, just creep right over to 221B with the lads, Tim Price, some Ovaltine, and THE CASE OF THE DIAMOND TOOTH (that you scrub, obviously)! AD Break: 1955 Commercial: Ovaltine https://youtu.be/cocaFUmqf0k #ImFollowingHolmes Let us know what you think!Leave a comment by sending an email to: contact@longboxcrusade.com This podcast is a member of the LONGBOX CRUSADE NETWORK:Visit the WEBSITE: http://saturdaymatineetheatre.longboxcrusade.com/ or http://www.longboxcrusade.com/Follow on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LongboxCrusadeFollow on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/longboxcrusadeLike the FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/LongboxCrusadeSubscribe to the YOUTUBE Channel: https://goo.gl/4LkhovSubscribe on Apple Podcasts at:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/saturday-matinee-theatre/id1366937903?mt=2orhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-longbox-crusade/id1118783510?mt=2 Thank you for listening and we hope you have enjoyed this episode of the Longbox Crusade Presents: Saturday Matinee Theatre. Intro and Outro music "Maple Leaf Rag" by E's Jammy Jams All songs, sound clips, and characters discussed are copyright of their respective copyright holders, and no infringement is intended. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/saturday-matinee-theatre/message

Little bedtime stories
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The Most Magical Podcast on Earth
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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 33:47


Leah is a DVC member (thanks to her mum), so shares her thoughts on this podcast. Plus, she shares tips on now to make the most of stacking Genie+ reservations, and her experience of the Keys to the Kingdom tour! Also, we answer more of your Guardians of the Galaxy questions, and how to grab those Virtual Queue spots! Attractions/resorts mentioned: Flight of Passage/Expedition Everest/Space Mountain/Splash Mountain/Tower of Terror/Riviera/Animal Kingdom Lodge/Plaza Restaurant/Chef Mickeys

The Dental Marketer
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The Dental Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022


Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyJoin my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/[Click here to leave a review on iTunes]Guest: Irene IancuPractice Name: Toothlife StudioCheck out Irene's Media:‍Email: irene@toothlifestudios.caInstagram@toothlife.irene@toothlife@toothlifestudio@toothordare.podcastToothlife BrandPersonal WebsiteHer Podcast: Tooth or Dare‍Host: Michael Arias‍Website: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/‍‍My Key Takeaways:Is that a one person question or a two person question? If it's one, try having team members find out on their own!Never start a sentence with "you are 'just' a..." They are not "just" a hygienist, associate, employee, etc.Small businesses are a great place to start with ground marketing and outreach! Try to find out where they congregate.Your newsletter doesn't always have to be directly dental related. People love a personal human touch.If you have to use the "compliment sandwich," then you are not giving enough positive affirmation in general. Keep critiques separate from praise!‍Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]

The Alan Cox Show
Ac Crumbcatcher/ Closet Demon/ Chuck E. Cheese Brawl/ Teachers Giving Up/ Mary San-Toe-Ra/ Sex At Weddings/ Shooting Poundcake/ Plane Crash Survivors/ L'il Cashew Tooth/ Robert Kelly

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 176:59


Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Missing Tooth or Grey Chest Hair/$500K or $1 Mil/Feet or Breath

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 3:11


This round of Would You Rather was funky to say the least. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The JFH Podcast
159: What Are Solid State Records' Best Albums? A JFH Panel Discussion

The JFH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 92:41


The infamous record label Solid State Records recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, so we honor the record label on this episode by forming a panel to discuss our favorite albums from the history of the label. The panel includes the regular host Chase, JFH staff writers Wayne Myatt and Evan Dickens, and Tooth & Nail/Solid State A&R Adam Skatula. This episode is sponsored by Iryne Rock, whose new EP Never Known is available now wherever you stream or purchase music. Click here for more information. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.

Dental Digest
125. Dr. Christian Coachman - Digital Smile Design

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 34:37


Dental Marketing with Legwork Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Digital Smile Design My guest this week is Dr. Christian Coachman and we'll be talking about Digital Smile Design.  Transcript:  Speaker 2: [00:01:56] So I'm here with Christian Coach and I'm a huge fan of your work. I'm a huge fan of what you've done for digital dentistry and integrating it into dentistry. I'm a big fan of just everything you've brought. So would you just start by telling us your story? You have a bit of a unique story. [00:02:11][15.4] Speaker 1: [00:02:12] Thank you for having me here. Great pleasure to participate and share a little bit of my story. And so my story starts in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where I was born and raised, where I went to dental school at the University of Sao Paolo, where I did my dental technician course as well. And in starting in 95, I started to work as a technician for my father and then started to work with other Brazilian doctors. And I was able to grow into this position as a dental technician, creating a certain reputation in Brazil. And because of that, I was invited in 2004 to join Team Atlanta in the US was a big move for me at that time, became their head ceramicist and worked there for almost five years. And of course I was able there as well to pursue another passion of mine that is lecturing and teaching. Since they were all very well-known speakers, I was able to to learn from them and to also they opened doors for me and I started to lecture all over. And during that time as well, I started to develop the concept of digital smile design. That was basically a concept of improving the dentist technician communication, and it grew into something much bigger. And that was 2007 eight nine, when social media was growing. I was able to get that wave and really be one of the first ones to start promoting my work in social media. That took me all over the world and travel a lot. From 2009 to 2014 into 2014, the DST concept got a little bit more mature and 3D technology started to kick in and we then partnered with software company and developed the center here in Madrid. My two brothers. Then I was able to convince my brothers to join the project and moved to Madrid to start running the project here since I was traveling all over. The project grew and two years ago I moved with family here to Madrid as well. And that's exactly what I'm speaking now from my home in Madrid. [00:04:38][145.9] Speaker 2: [00:04:39] And so I've heard a little bit about your story from our mutual friend Dr. Bill Robbins, also a big fan of his work. And he said that effectively what you've created all kind of started because you were trying to find a way for the dentist to better communicate with you and to have better back and forth communication. [00:04:55][16.2] Speaker 1: [00:04:57] Mm hmm. Yeah. I remember many years ago, I was hearing I was reading somebody talking about communication outside dentistry, and they mentioned that two thirds of all the problems in human history are related to bad communication from family problems all the way to world wars, the lack of communication skills. So I was always very passionate about communication that combined with my passion for teaching. And I realized that a lot of our problems, they come from not being trained on communication strategies, dentist, technician and also anticipation. So I started to really absorb and analyze the communication process and started to develop ideas on how to improve that dentist technician communication, to improve efficiency, to understand, to pass better information and to minimize errors and to save time in the patient's mouth, basically. And then on the other side with the patient, improve communication with the patient to calibrate expectations and to create perceived value, to differentiate yourself, to increase case acceptance, to to sell better, more comprehensive dentistry, things that we are usually not trained in dental school. So the DST concept is basically focused on those two things, what I call digital dentistry and emotional dentistry. Digital dentistry based on this creation of smart systems to improve the flow of the information and emotional dentistry, everything that we can do to make patients value us more and understand the importance of what we do. Of them. [00:06:56][118.9] Speaker 2: [00:06:56] So would you start by telling us of what is digital smile design? I mean, this is one of the concepts that you lecture about globally. [00:07:03][6.5] Speaker 1: [00:07:04] So Digital Smile Design is, is this name that I created to 2009, so 13 years ago now known as DSD. As I mentioned, started in a more technical way for me. Initially, my my idea was to help me as a dental technician work with less stress and be more efficient. Right. So I started to analyze the common mistakes that I was I was doing. And even though I was working with some of the best dentists in the world, and I was a very good technician myself, I realized that we were all making some mistakes, repeating some mistakes, and DST started as a bunch of techniques and workflows to improve the way the information was coming from the patient to the dentist, dentist technician technician back to the dentist, dentist into the mouth. So I wanted to be more efficient. I wanted to waste less my time. I wanted to work less and make more money. And to be honest, so that's how it started. But I naturally started to understand that at the end of the day, it doesn't matter how much more efficient you become, the effort that you put to be more efficient, the patient needs to value that because at the end of the day, they need to pay for it. They need to sponsor your investment in being better. So I realized that the best way to convince people to incorporate my ideas of better systems was to help the doctors create more value towards the patient. So this is when I coined the term emotional dentistry and it became all these strategies that makes us different from the patient's perspective, makes us special from their perspective. How can you make the patient say Wow, for all the little things that you do for them are even more challenging? How can you make them say Wow even before you start the treatment? So how can you become the best spokesman of yourself, of your team? Of the amazing things that you can do for people? How can you incorporate visual communication principles, storytelling technique into the way you sell yourself? You sell your treatments, the way you create your brand, the way you make this experience be wonderful for the patient. Since patients usually don't like to go to the dentist, I realized that we had a huge opportunity to completely change the experience of going to the dentist. [00:09:53][168.6] Speaker 2: [00:09:54] And so, of course, you know, in this podcast, people are only kind of getting a brief window into some of what you teach, but how do you do that? How do you implement this emotional dentistry and how do you change patients expectations and how do you communicate with patients to get them to say, wow. [00:10:10][16.1] Speaker 1: [00:10:11] So, of course, this is this is exactly the main topic of what we teach on the course, right? So we divide the concept into two, five steps design, plan, present, perform and lead. So how to use technology to understand better the link between the face and the smile and avoid mistakes? And then how do you make the patient value that? How do you use technology and communication systems to take advantage of collective intelligence, cloud dentistry and make better decisions for the patient? So how can you use technology to make better decisions every single day for every single patient? How do you use technology, storytelling and visual communication to improve the way you present the plan, the way you make the patient embrace the plan, the way you make the patient change their priorities, the way you make the patient, make dentistry priority number one. So that's number three. Number four, how to use technology and teamwork to improve the execution of dentistry in a more streamlined way, in a more predictable way. Delivering delivering outcomes that are more similar to the initial projects that you offer to the to the patient. So how do you bring this close, this gap between what you show at the beginning and what you deliver at the end of the treatment by using technology and what we call guided dentistry and digital quality control. And at the end, how do you become a better leader? Because the magic or the. Happens if you have a great team. How do you build your dream team as a dentist? To make this whole magic happen? So these are the five pillars of the content that we share on our courses. Design better smiles, plan better your cases present and sell better your treatments, execute with more precision efficiency and become a better leader. Empower your team. So this is basically the DST concept. [00:12:25][133.8] Speaker 2: [00:12:26] What are some of the technologies that you're using to design these smiles? I mean, would you give us practical examples of what you're doing? [00:12:32][6.0] Speaker 1: [00:12:32] So of course that to design, to deliver better smiles to our patients, we need to follow up. We need to follow these steps. So the first the first step is to rethink the way we gather the information. What technologies can we use to understand better the human being sitting in front of us? So of course using scanners, you know, using CBC DS, but using videography, using all kinds of new technologies that can understand better. The problems of the patient sitting in front of us and of course, also fascinate the patient. So so these two things come together on the floor, right? It's being more efficient, delivering better care, and at the same time, simultaneously fascinating the patient doing each one of these steps, you know. So the first step is acquiring better data, using all the technologies that are available today that are usually underutilized by most doctors. So we teach doctors about the technologies available. And more important is not only about buying these technologies, but is about knowing how to take full advantage of these technologies so you get the return on your investment. Then the second step is how do you use technology to make better decisions? And that is utilizing simple cloud based chat systems and info sharing systems, you know, data sharing. So you can pick the brains of people that can help them make better decisions. So this is what we call cloud dentistry, asynchronous communication and collective intelligence, and using simple platforms that are available, many of them for free. Incorporating this in your daily routine to constantly be uploading your patients in the cloud and allowing the team to brainstorm in an a synchronous way so you don't waste your time. So that's number two. Number three is utilizing 3D software to simulate your ideas. So test driving your ideas before touching the patient. This is a big thing for us. You know, it's like the flight simulator that allows pilots to make mistakes virtually before they kill people for real. So we say you need to use 3D technology not to execute the treatment, but to test drive the treatment before you execute. So simulate your ideas. Make sure you are having the best ideas, compare ideas and use 3D technology to understand better the pros and cons of each one of the options that you are imagining for your patient. I say make mistakes in the computer to avoid mistakes in the mouth. Right. So this is the third pillar of how technology can help us that. The fourth pillar is patient education, patient motivation, expectation, calibration, but also creating excitement. So that means that we we use visual communication tools, digital technology to present better in a much more exciting way. You know, usually the way then does of presenting treatments are kind of boring, kind of nothing special, and we reinvent completely the way we present treatment plans. I usually tell them, General, you need to become the Steve Jobs of your treatment plan the same way Steve Jobs was presenting his first iPhone. You know, watch that video. And in 5 minutes, he was able to move the whole world into believing and batty on that broad project. Right. So when you build a nice treatment plan, you need to use all these strategies to present this treatment plan if you want to really differentiate yourself. So that is pillar number four. And then pillar number five is the treatment itself. And this is when we use 3D software's and printing technology to perform what we call guided dentistry. What I see is that in the near future there will be very few free hand procedures in dentistry. Everything is going to be guided and is very obvious why this is going to happen. You know, first, because patients love the idea of guided them to three. It's a much better way to sell a procedure. They feel safer. You can tell amazing stories about why guided dentistry diminishes the risks of errors and so on. So it's a great story. It's great for your business and it's of course also great for dentistry because you create more predictable results. So we talk about Guide to Dentistry and how to use digital quality control with 3D softwares. And then the final point is leadership and team building. And then we bring smart platforms from the business world on how to incorporate this into your clinic, to analyze the the vibe of your office, how your staff is actually evaluating your work and your leadership, and how pleasant it is to work in your office. And how can you create and transform your office into the best place to be working and and really make people see that they have a future, they have a career inside your your project. [00:18:05][333.2] Speaker 2: [00:18:07] So many, Dennis, are just using stone models mounted on articulation and then wax to present treatment plans. And this can be incredibly problematic if you're trying to convince a patient of a 30 or $40,000 treatment plan, wax just doesn't translate to the tangible outcome to the patient. You know, and this is primarily what you teach. Would you tell us more about why this way of presenting a treatment plan can be flawed? [00:18:28][21.5] Speaker 1: [00:18:29] The first thing you know, I did a test. You know, in my old days when I was a dental technician, I showed to a patient a beautiful, properly done wax up. And then I showed the patient a horrible, ugly wax and they had no clue which one was the right one and which one was wrong. So patients don't understand waxes, and even when they shake their hands and they say, I got it, they didn't. They just don't understand. By the way, patients usually don't understand most of the things that dentists are saying to them. We have this tendency to speak as a dentist, to speak, you know, we were trained to talk about dentistry to other dentists, and then we kind of talk to patients in a similar way. And we believe they are they understood, you know, they're shaking their hands because they are under pressure. They're they don't want to you know, he's the doctor. I need to pretend that I'm understanding or whatever. So we need to change completely. You know, we need to study a little bit human behavior and communication strategies. The key for me is to engage emotionally and communicate visually. So engaging emotionally means that, you know, you train, you practice communication and listen, you picking the right words to connect with people. And this has nothing to do with dentistry, right? We know people that are much better with that, other people that are not that good. So you need to practice that. Somebody, the person in your office that is the one presenting treatments needs to understand how to engage emotionally through communication. The other thing is visual communication, meaning that you need to explain things visually and we need to use what we have. The best tools that we have and the best tools we have nowadays is 3D technology. And it's just interesting to see that the few doctors that are using 3D technology, they're only using after they resold the treatment. So they sell the treatment and then they're going to use 3D technology to do whatever they want doing the treatment. And I'm telling people this is not smart because at the moment we need more help, is not on the treatment. Execution is on the treatment building and the treatment selling. Making the plan and convincing somebody to pay for the plan. These are the two most challenging moments in dentistry, right? And nobody talks about it or very few people talk about it. So we focus on that moment, how to build the best plan and how to communicate that plan, how to convince the patient to invest in that plan. These are the two key moments to have a great business in dentistry. [00:21:26][177.2] Speaker 2: [00:21:27] When you're actually bringing those wax hopes to the patients are the, you know, the digital sculpting, what you've done, are you showing them screenshots of what you've done or are you actually having them sit there in front of the software with you and walking them through and letting the patient make suggestions and then making adjustments accordingly? [00:21:44][16.5] Speaker 1: [00:21:45] So the way we present the plan, we actually divide the presentation in three moments. We call it the the emotional phase, the problem phase and the solution phase. So this is how we structure the way we present the treatment plan. By the way, this is the way I structure any type of communication in my life, even outside dentistry. Connecting emotionally, then. Explaining. That there is a problem somewhere and you can you can help with the solution and then explaining the plan and the solution. Right. So you need to first engage emotionally with the patient or make the patient engage emotionally with the treatment. That's the first step to make people change priorities. People are coming to you. And dentistry is one of the lowest priorities in their life. They're going to try to find any excuse not to invest on what you are about to present. So we need to know that we have a client that is there trying not to pay for what we going to present. So the only way to make people change priorities is to understand that we humans, even though we think we are rational beings, we are actually much more emotional. So the first step is to gain emotional credit, to even start any conversation. If you don't gain emotional credit, people will not listen to you. Then after you gain emotional credits, you need to then emphasize the problems, emphasize the findings before you explain solutions. This is another common mistake. Since we know the problem and we know the solution, we tend to jump the problem and we explain the solution. That's what you need. Basic vision. You need this. And when we say you need this, we are not allowing the patient to value that solution because they don't understand the problem. So they they know it's very hard to value a solution if you don't understand the problem. So the step number two is to deep dove into the problem journey as we call. And for that problem journey, we use the technology. So we we bring our scanners. We open the scanners in front of the patient. We connect the scanner to a huge TV so they can see everything very big. And with touch screen, we can show in 3D everything that we found. We show the CBCS, we show the face, we show the videos, the images, the x rays. But we connect all these visuals in a very dynamic way to give a complete list of everything that we were able to find as an issue or a possible issue or something that can be improved. So now after they they they went through the emotional journey first. And the emotional journey that we didn't mention is basically what we call the emotional smile test drive, where we do the facial scans, the infrared scans, and then we do the 3D design, we print this design and we place it in the mouth. And without saying anything, we record the before and the after and we present this. So we use 3D software and printing technology to generate the emotional smile test. Right after those ten, the ten minute, 50 minute experience, we go into the problem journey, we use the scanners, the CBCS, the videos, the images, etc. and we go through this deep, dove into all of the issues that we found. And then only after that we get into the treatment presentation. So now that you have, you know, where you want to be with the smile test, right? You know, the problems that you have with this journey, this digital journey through your issues. Now you can validate the plan. And this is the plan that we want to explain to you at that point. What we do is that the lab will create because the lab has the software, the dentist doesn't have the software. So the lab creates a presentation for the dentist with great maps, screenshots and videos from the software and organizes into a storyline. So the dentist can then present this in 3D as if they had the software without having to have the song. [00:26:04][258.7] Speaker 2: [00:26:04] I love that and I think what you've talked about with actually taking time to present the problem can't be emphasized enough. I'm very much so guilty when I'm presenting treatment plans of just immediately jump to this is what we're going to do for you. This is what's involved in this. And, you know, it's no wonder that at times I'm failing to have a little bit of buy in from the patients where perhaps at that point they're just defaulting. To my expertize, I'm sure I'll venture to say my treatment acceptance is reasonable. I'm not getting a considerable number of people declining treatment, but yet at the same time, how powerful would it be to really spend that time investing with the patient and enumerating for them what the problem list is. [00:26:41][36.3] Speaker 1: [00:26:41] Is so many ways, you know, because we are not dentists are usually not focusing on that because we were trained to focus on the treatment itself. You know, we know that at the end of the day, we need to deliver good quality care. And that is of course the most important part. So we are usually driven to put energy on that, the clinical execution, so we don't take much care of building the plan and selling the plan. We were not trained. We we don't have the natural skills for that. So this is why, you know, it's so important to focus on that if you are already and I always say that if you are already a good clinician, you're ready to come to a DC course and learn how to make the magic happen. [00:27:25][43.4] Speaker 2: [00:27:25] So why are you using. Videography when you're gathering data, that's a bit unique. [00:27:30][4.1] Speaker 1: [00:27:31] Yeah, this is something that we also brought to to restorative dentistry is amazing today to realize it until ten years ago, nobody was doing videos, you know, for us is a mandatory piece of information because the beauty of the smile comes from the movement. A beautiful smile is a beautiful smile in the real life. In real life is moving. You know, you don't want to look just good on a static photo. You want to look good in real life. So we need to analyze faces. We need to analyze the motion of the face. We need to analyze the motion of the lips. We need to analyze the motion between the teeth and the lips. So the only way to do this is through video. Video also captures the patient's emotions. The video captures the patient explaining what they like and what they don't like. Video allows you to understand a little bit of the character of that human being. The video allows you to also understand phonetics, understand the way that job movement is happening so you can see function from a different perspective. So I don't know, in like a one minute video, you can have so much information. And besides that, every second of a video brings an average of 30 photos. There's 30 photos inside every second, all of you. So it means that when you make a one minute video, you have hundreds of photos that you can pause this video in all of these moments and make a print screen. You make a screenshot of that and create a whole documentation out of the video. So for us is mandatory. All the dentists that work with us as part of the basic initial documentation, the video of their face, the patient's face in this interview, the video of this interview, this interaction is a mandatory piece of documentation for us. [00:29:21][110.8] Speaker 2: [00:29:22] And not only that, but certain critical measurements that are really important for small design, such as incisal display or how much gingiva they show when emoting. You really can't gather in a photo or just even chair side because oftentimes it's very artificial. How often, when you're asked to smile, are you truly giving your true smile? Whereas in videography you can actually see them emoting. You can see how much ginger is displayed. [00:29:43][21.5] Speaker 1: [00:29:44] Exactly. You know, for example, you mentioned the rest position, the real rest position, understanding the relationship between the wrist position of the upper lip and display on the teeth. We know how important this initial analysis is for treatment, planning, for decision making. Right. And many times when you ask the patient to rest and you take a picture, you know, the patient moved a little bit the lip, and then you have that picture and you think that is the best position. So I don't like to analyze the lip rest position in photos. I always analyze the lip rest position in the view and I move slowly. Video until I can capture the moment where I can see the muscles completely at rest. You can see that on the video, and then you pause and you can make a prescreen and say, okay, this is my real rest position. The same thing with the full smile. Another information that we know is key, you know, and you and me as fans of Bill Robbins in his book Global Diagnosis. It's the whole book. It's all about these two pictures. It's like the starting point comes from these two pictures. And if you capture these two moments wrong, you're going to make wrong decision. So when you ask the patient to actually give you a false smile and you click your picture, usually the patient is not getting your full smile, right? So the patient can usually show around 30% more of gum than what they show on that picture. So it's not a good starting point in the video. On the other hand, if you play the video you have, if you're recording the video, the patient after a few seconds forgot about the video. You know, you see something funny, they're interacting with you, they laugh. And you captured that moment when the patient really forgets about the video, loser loses it up and moves the leg all the way to the top. And you can then see that the exact lip designed, the way the lip moves and how much exposure you really have on that patient. [00:31:48][124.0] Speaker 2: [00:31:49] What are your thoughts on face photos? Why might this not be a very accurate way to capture data when we have other tools available? [00:31:56][6.5] Speaker 1: [00:31:57] And this is a good point. You know, I mean, I've been for 14 years, I've been bringing topics into my lectures that many times. You know, people wanted to to kill me. You know, I remember when I ten years ago, I said that the iPhone would become one of one of our major meditation tools, you know, and I posted it on Facebook and and people wanted to kill me, you know, so many bad comments that you're crazy. You shouldn't say that. And nowadays everybody uses. You know, the way, you know, we were the first ones to talk about a monolithic esthetic restorations with high quality. And for many years, people were saying this is impossible, and now everybody's doing it. And the other the other topic, you know, byte registrations with scanners that we were talking about. But registrations will disappear, you know, because you're going to scan the bytes and you're going to remove all the distortions of byte registrations and mounting models on that particular ITRs with that, all the mistakes that we did for decades, you know. So and nowadays everybody's registering by the scanners. And the other topic that for many, many years people would go crazy would be this is the is the Facebook, right? Because I've been telling people since 2014 that the Facebook is completely useless and it is completely useless. There's absolutely no reason. Not even one reason for that is to do a Facebook. If they work with the lab that understands CAD software, if your lab understands CAD software, all you need is an iPhone photo of the face and an integral scan. So if you have facial photos in an inch or scan, you can do a much better job on the software than trying to transfer a Facebook to an articulator. So this is it's pretty young people. Of course, people have a hard time accepting things that they usually don't even want to think about it because it's something new and they fight against the new. But I was able to convince all the major presidents that I have a good relationship. And nowadays it's a common sense. You don't need Facebook's. [00:34:14][137.4] Speaker 2: [00:34:19] You guys, believe it or not, ratings on the Apple Podcast app actually really matter. So if you benefit from this podcast, could you please be sure it's liberating and subscribe? And as always, send me direct message and podcast Instagram, which is Don't buy this podcast. All right. I'll see you next week. [00:34:19][0.0] [1918.5]

Sharkpedia
Perpetual Tooth Regeneration in Sharks with Dr. Gareth

Sharkpedia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 64:09


Have you ever wondered how sharks perpetually regenerate their teeth? Why can't humans do the same thing, or can they?! This week expert Dr. Gareth Fraser joins us to tell us all about this special shark superpower. We jump into Dr. Fraser's article, "The Dental Lamina: An Essential Structure for Perpetual Tooth Regeneration in Sharks" (Fraser et al. 2020) Article Summary: Methods of studying evolutionary, development, and regenerative biology have been improving over the past few years. This paper utilizes the embryonic small-spotted catshark (Scyliorhinus canicula) using new techniques that allow them to research key developmental and regenerative processes that classical models can not. The development of shark teeth and their subsequent regeneration is a lesser studied area of research. Fraser et al. explore the role of the dental lamina, the tissue that is the first evidence of teeth in an embryo, in the development of highly regenerative dentition in sharks. Sharks regenerate whole teeth at a time as opposed to other systems such as the murine model where incisors exhibit continuous renewal and growth of the same tooth. Studying shark teeth on a genetic level can provide important context into the evolution of vertebrate tooth regeneration. Learn more about Dr. Fraser's work at: www.fraser-lab.net Follow Dr. Fraser on Twitter @garethjfraser Follow Sharkpedia on Instagram and Twitter @SharkpediaPod Connect with Sharkpedia: linktr.ee/sharkpediapod Email: thesharkpediapodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sharkpediapod/support

Tooth and Claw
Rattlesnake Attack - Latest Animal Attack News and Clara Jessup's Run-in with a Rattlesnake

Tooth and Claw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 93:26


We start things off by getting into some of the more notable animal attack news stories from the past couple of months, and then have a really fascinating interview with Clara Jessup, who was bit by a venemous rattlesnake and had a really difficult time getting treated properly. ~~ To advertise on the show, contact us! ~~ Tooth & Claw is brought to you by QCODE. Support the show and get access to an extensive library of exclusive episodes like this by supporting the show on Patreon or joining the Grizzly Club on Apple Podcasts. For the latest updates on the show and all things wildlife, follow us at toothandclawpod.com and social:  Instagram: @ToothandClawPodcast Twitter: @ToothandClawPod Wes: @GrizKid Jeff: @jefe_larson Mike: @mikey3ds                         

Fall of the House of Sunshine
Lyman Keys Presents: Dumbgeons and Dragons

Fall of the House of Sunshine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 62:22


Hello Lyman Keys here! Do you miss Fall of the House of Sunshine? Have you listened to Land Whale Murders too many times already? Then let Lyman Keys help! Lyman is going to recommend some audio dramas and fun podcasts to you over the next several months. Hopefully you'll find some new favs! This month's pick: Dumbgeons and Dragons Check it out: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dumbgeons-dragons/id1191411985 And don't forget other great Roi Gold shows: The Land Whale Murders: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-land-whale-murders/id1577608559 Radio Free Mushroom America: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/radio-free-mushroom-america/id1448597763 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Oral Presentations
Episode 94 - Serial Killer on Tooth Medicine: Wright Brothers Part 1

Oral Presentations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 46:16


Main characters and setting are discussed, also a serial killer knocks out Wilber's lower teeth. 

Kids Short Stories
Kevin The Dragon Loses His Tooth For The First Time

Kids Short Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 9:26


Listen to our new Spyology Squad Podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spyology-squad/id1614666546 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/13lIobiKnaHfAQP28hQghO?si=6e2b6e3bc57e41d1 Sign Up For Kid Shout Out's and Story Submission's https://heymrjim.com/story-submissions Become A Critter Protector And Get Your Free Badge https://heymrjim.com/critterq Get Your Free Spyology Squad Access Card In The Mail https://www.spyologysquad.com/ The Best Birthday Ever Celebrate your birthday with Mr. Jim through a real-life spy adventure. https://heymrjim.com/the-best-birthday-ever Fun Activities To Do At Home After Listening https://heymrjim.com/activities-for-kids Other Mr. Jim Podcasts Kids Animal Stories Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6EuTSh5JhYNOGbLRlF7q8O?si=afe70dc00fae460d Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kids-animal-stories/id1557468814 About Mr. Jim: Hi! I'm Jim Jacob, a South Carolina based creator. I started as a podcaster by accident. Our first real episodes on the internet were me trying to find a solution to help tell my sons stories as I was traveling for work. I recorded some stories and hoped that by uploading them to a podcast app, my wife and kids could have easy access to listen. What started as a fix for our family's bedtime routine interruption has grown into a worldwide audience with hundreds of thousands of listeners. My wife Jocelyn and I have 3 kids and love inspiring others towards greater imagination and curiosity. Social Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kidsshortstories Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/heymrjim Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/heymrjim Ad-Free Version - www.heymrjim.com/premium    heymrjim, kidsshortstories, animals, spyologysquad, spyology, songs, kids, family, Mr Jim, stories for kids, kids stories, short stories, education, preschool, kindergarten, elementary, science, critters, discovery   YouTube http://www.youtube.com/HeyMrJim See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
The #1 Worst Drink That Dissolves Your Teeth

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 10:23


Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, yet this drink can easily dissolve it. Find out what the worst drink for your teeth is. FREE COURSE ➜ ➜ https://courses.drberg.com/product/how-to-bulletproof-your-immune-system/ FREE MINI-COURSE ➜ ➜ Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! ADD YOUR SUCCESS STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/3z9TviS Find Your Body Type: https://www.drberg.com/body-type-quiz Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8 am - 6 pm and Saturday 9 am - 5 pm EST. At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. Dr. Berg's Website: http://bit.ly/37AV0fk Dr. Berg's Recipe Ideas: http://bit.ly/37FF6QR Dr. Berg's Reviews: http://bit.ly/3hkIvbb Dr. Berg's Shop: http://bit.ly/3mJcLxg Dr. Berg's Bio: http://bit.ly/3as2cfE Dr. Berg's Health Coach Training: http://bit.ly/3as2p2q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drericberg Messenger: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drericberg/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/37DXt8C Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/drericberg/

Bye, Pumkin
Tooth or Consequences and Branded

Bye, Pumkin

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 103:58


Vanderpump Rules, Season 2, Episodes 1 and 2 Helloooooooooo, season 10 of Bye Pumkin. We're kicking off this season with Liz Bentley (@bentleyliz2) of Feathers in My Hair and Liz Explains It All. Together we reminisce about serving tables, try to breakdown Scheana's munchausen, and explore what to do if someone cheats on you three days after your birthday. Buy merch here. Join the Patreon here. Email here. Follow the podcast on Instagram here.