So here we are in 2021. While the challenges of 2020 have not completely disappeared, we can definitely see healing and hope on the horizon. Personally, I am energized — looking forward to seeing all of you at in-person conferences and meetings, setting new goals, and finishing some that were put on hold. What does …Read Column
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Innovative digital technologies are no longer a “need to have” but rather a “must have” in our daily implant procedures. In my experience, these advancements have had a substantial, positive impact on the safety and efficacy of my patients. Over the years, I’ve noticed that the use of the latest digital trends in my own …Read Column
For more than 35 years, the Misch International Implant Institute (MIII) has set the standards for dental implant education. As a founding member, director, and primary lecturer of the MIII, Dr. Randolph Resnik provides us with an inside look at the MIII, its detailed, literature-based curriculum, and the success attendees have gained after graduation. What is the …Read Column
Through all of the challenges and changes of 2020, I look forward to 2021 as a year of renewal and rejuvenation. 2020 changed our perspectives on patient care and the way we run our businesses. Sanitizing and masking have become part of daily routines, and new methods of communicating with patients and sharing information with …Read Column
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” — Socrates It is time to rebuild. 2020 has definitely put life into perspective. I am choosing to follow the wise words of Socrates and focus on the new. My practice today looks very …Read Column
As I write this message, COVID-19 is still driving many of the operational aspects of the dental office, and dentists are trying to navigate the challenges and restrictions related to maintaining safety and health. Recently, I attended the ADA’s press conference on reopening — a meeting that gathered dental leaders to discuss CDC guidelines, dentists’ …Read Column
I have seen it. We’ve all seen it. That little bit of graying from the titanium implant that peeks through the tissue of my anterior implants. It doesn’t happen every time, but I know that as my patient ages, that tissue will also age. And as that tissue recedes, the highly cosmetic case will become …Read Column
We never presume to know everything during any time period, but during this COVID-19 crisis, our learning curves have ramped up to high gear. Over the past few months, we have learned so many things — about business, medicine, dentistry’s evolving needs, resilience, hope, and caring — to name just a valuable few. Forward-looking leadership …Read Column