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JOKYou are invited to send us an email, video message, or leave us a voice message in which you tell us about a clinical or non-clinical pearl that you learned throughout your dental career and which made a difference for you.







And here is Dr. John O’Keefe…


Also, here is a good read: In a true sharing economy, the reward is gratitude


  1. Izchak Barzilay September 22, 2015

    Pearl…….Treat your staff with great respect and let them take over duties that they are designed to take over…..delegate as much as you can and watch staff become self sufficient….,

  2. David Sweet September 22, 2015

    Pearl…. The patient doesn’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.

  3. Emil L.A. Svoboda September 22, 2015

    It is the things we assume to be correct that we must question most …. because they are the very things that limit our growth and the quality of treatment that we can provide for our patients. For years I thought margins of our crowns and bridges had to face towards the tissues. They direct cement into the tissues and that cement is often hard to locate and clean away! Now I redirect the flow of cement away from the tissues and eliminate that problem. Find out more at http://www.ReverseMargin.com and become a better dentist.

  4. Pasquale Duronio September 23, 2015

    There are 2 quotes that I have lived by in Dentistry:

    Weldon Bell once said, “Think for yourself, the teacher might be wrong.”

    A small town physician who was a great diagnostician said, “Listen to your patients, they will tell you what they have.”


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