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Hosted by Teresa Duncan and Kevin Henry

Jan 28, 2022

Imagine that you can only open your mouth a grand total of 2mm - sounds awful! We discuss if we’re ready to have those conversations with patients. But first we bring you an update on the “Delta Dental vs pretty much all of organized dentistry and most providers” lawsuit. Then we wrap up with the pretty...


Dec 22, 2021

Do we really need to be as busy as we used to be? We tackle that question in light of some new stats from the ADA’s Health Policy Institute. Confusion was in the air while discussing a clinic who laid off half their staff. Why would they do that? What employee would come back after that? Compliance and audits were...


Dec 8, 2021

Low reimbursement and expanding state dental services is a bad cycle that just keeps spinning. We’ll discuss how states get real generous with dental care but then uh-oh! Where did all the dentists go? When reimbursement is lower than operating expenses then how can you expect to attract providers? Two states are...


Nov 24, 2021

Aren’t we the best at infection control? Then why did the ADA put out guidance that makes it okay for us to turn away unvaccinated patients? Is it an ethics matter or a political matter? Who knows the difference anymore. We then move across the pond to the British Dental Association’s YUGE waiting list. Finally, a...


Nov 10, 2021

A report on Henry Schein gave us some talking points on the supply world and what it looks like for both corporate and independent practices. Kevin then asked if dental employees should avoid all the wonderful sweet and sour candies in order to ‘practice what we preach.’ It was the perfect segue into a stress...