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Irish student hoaxes world's media with fake quote
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ted Anibal May 15, 2009.

Alcohol in Mouthwash Linked to Oral Cancer
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Jane RDH BS Dec 11, 2009.

 

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Ted Anibal replied to Kristine A. Hodsdon RDH, MSEC's discussion Where have all the hygienists gone?? Silent trend in the group The Writer's Group
"It's a good question, and I can only report what I've observed. As a former dental technician, current dental editor, and husband of a full-time, consistently practicing dental hygienist for more than 33 years, I've been attuned to…"
Feb 20, 2009
Ted Anibal commented on Meg Kaiser's blog post Does aromatherapy really work?
"Sounds nice, but I have a few questions: How do you decide when to use OraSpa or nitrous oxide? What is the cost differential? Do you use OraSpa only for patients for whom nitrous is contraindicated? You see, I really like nitrous oxide, and I…"
Feb 19, 2009
Ted Anibal commented on Meg Kaiser's blog post Does aromatherapy really work?
"Correction: The site is called SeattlePI.com -- http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/371779_toxicfragrance23.html"
Feb 19, 2009
Ted Anibal commented on Meg Kaiser's blog post Does aromatherapy really work?
"Mass-media marketing seems to be promoting that concept, and the manufacturers of synthetic fragrances claim to spend millions on making sure their product is "safe" when used as directed. However, mounting research shows that constant and…"
Feb 19, 2009
Ted Anibal replied to Darrell Pruitt's discussion Rush Limbaugh and healthcare IT
"It is evident that most Americans want this and are willing to sacrifice whatever the president says is necessary to get it. They're on the news every day. I am not one of them, but that doesn't matter. Americans will have to get a good…"
Feb 10, 2009
Ted Anibal replied to Kirsten Brancheau's discussion Imagine this...
"Oh, you'll still need the "Wide Load" sticker, but you don't necessarily have to worry about your arteries. I know that sounds like heresy or worse, but your C-reactive protein (CRP) and homocysteine levels are the current…"
Feb 5, 2009
Ted Anibal replied to Kirsten Brancheau's discussion Imagine this...
"Umm, job security? Of course, you're not suggesting that some health-care professionals resort to hypocritical schemes in order to fetch in new clients, are you? (Yes, my tongue is nearly protruding through my cheek.) And yet, the "dental…"
Feb 5, 2009

Profile Information

What is your profession?
Editor, Other
What dental school/dental hygiene school did you attend?
U.S. Navy Dental Tech School; Peter Leyh Dental Studio
In what state do you practice
Arkansas
For how many years have you been in the dental profession/industry?
26 years
What professional affiliations/associations do you belong to?
IDEG
Do you have a Web site address?
Not yet

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Bisphenol A (BPA) turns up yet again

Many in the dental field are aware of the concern over Bisphenol A, or BPA, which is a component of certain resin-based dental materials. The concern is that it is among a group of chemicals that act like estrogen in the body, called pseudo-estrogens. Further, BPA is a carcinogen. (Disclaimer: The carcinogenic properties of any substance depends on the dose and frequency of exposure.)


If the inclusion of BPA in dental materials weren't enough to raise (a little) alarm,…
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Posted on August 1, 2010 at 2:52pm — 2 Comments

DentalVibe anesthesia injection system

Here is the latest integrated anesthesia injection system that uses vibration during injections. It might be a game changer for improved comfort -- for both patient and dentist. It was featured on a recent TV news broadcast. http://dentalvibe.com/
Oh, and Steve Martin is featured, too.

Posted on July 22, 2010 at 7:31am — 9 Comments

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At 11:53am on November 24, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS said…
I do , Ted..Have a wonderful holiday!

Mairi Seonaid
At 4:23am on November 23, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS gave Ted Anibal a gift
At 7:43am on November 19, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS gave Ted Anibal a gift
At 6:08pm on August 8, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS said…
Absolutely not..we have to give them there do and nothing more. To reach the bottom of a nine millimeter pocket you have to put it in a syring and there are better medicaments for that. It will never take the place of flossing as biolfilm very successfully sticks to rough surfaces and always has to be physically removed from that surface. It is an adjunct pure and simple.
At 8:13am on August 08, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS gave Ted Anibal a gift
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Ted, We have to lighten up on Listerine! I have just finished at UOR and and I have learned it does have the ability to penetrate the biofilm somewhat so I am keeping my mind open.
At 7:41am on July 26, 2010, Mary Jane RDH BS gave Ted Anibal a gift
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An honor, sir, thank you for accepting.
At 5:01pm on January 21, 2010, Elena Stancu gave Ted Anibal a gift
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Thank you so much, Ted. It's exactly what I was looking after. Also I am looking for software to book, chart, using a laptop....if you know IT companies offer dent software. More Thanks in advance.
At 9:20pm on January 12, 2009, Kirsten Brancheau said…
Hey -- I hope you're feeling better. I miss all your witicisms.
At 7:41pm on October 6, 2008, Jill Kring Carter said…
Hi Ted. I have you. I sent you a private message, above.
 
 
 

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