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There are two main functions of NiteBite®:
1. To relax the jaw by using its natural physiologic processes.
2. To prevent bruxism and clenching by preventing the rear teeth from touching in centric or eccentric movements utilizing the jaw opening reflex.
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Ke$ha, who we all know and love as brushing with Jack Daniels,
has issued a second plea to her fans, this time from rehab, to send her their TEETH. I guess the "outpouring" of support that she feels from her fan base can best be felt when she can build something from their teeth.
Added by Meg Kaiser on January 22, 2014 at 1:03pm — No Comments
With an increasing amount of patients turning to online resources to research potential dental care providers, it’s becoming essential for dentists and practices to not only increase their online visibility, but also ensure that their online reputation is in good standing. A new program launched by LocalSearchForDentists.com is helping dental professionals across the nation establish more credibility online and increase their number of patients because of it.
“So many patients now go…Continue
Added by Graig Presti on January 22, 2014 at 8:39am — No Comments
I mentioned in the previous dental practice management article there are ways to skew the failure rate of treatment presentation. Most dental consultants find there are two ways this happens.
First, the doctor presents treatment that is so small that anyone would…Continue
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Keystone Industries asked the creators of NiteBite® what makes their device so special? And this is what they had to say.
What makes NiteBite so special is that it triggers the jaw opening (relaxation) reflex. This reflex occurs as the jaw closes and the incisor…Continue
Added by Ben Achtabowski on January 15, 2014 at 1:10pm — No Comments
Dr. Marc Doctors and I, who have a combined 60 years of occlusal and clinical experience in observing treatments to control TMJD symptoms, decided to do a survey of occlusal devices and therapies that treat bruxism within the neuromuscular and occlusal systems of the head and neck. We were looking specifically at therapies that were effective and repeatable for the many clinical signs and symptoms…Continue
Added by Ben Achtabowski on January 14, 2014 at 7:26am — No Comments
As a dental practice management consultant I tell clients if you want to produce and collect $100,000.00 a month you need to set your sights higher. No matter how good you may be at presenting treatment every dentist has a certain “failure” rate.
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So you’ve done all you can to educate the patient, you’ve used models, x-rays, analogies, drawings, etc. The patient is now fully educated and understands what will happen if he or she ignores the problem. You’ve even…
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1) Income received for goods and services over some given period of time.
2) An act…Continue
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Most employees at my favorite local restaurant have been there for years. The…Continue
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How you take care of people in pain is not only one way you define the kind of dentist and health care professional you are - but it's also an opportunity to gain new patients. I have been proud to work in an office where the guideline was to schedule any person in pain within 2-4 hours of their phone call. No matter whether the caller was an existing patient or brand new or even…Continue
Added by Jill Nesbitt on December 6, 2013 at 9:34am — No Comments
This is a good reason to point to the patients to follow the full procedure.
here is the news:
"When a 57-year-old Italian woman showed up to the University of Brescia complaining about sinus inflammation and a pain in her face, doctors were confused by the cause. A case…Continue
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I guess I'm a few weeks behind on this, but I just saw photos of Lady Gaga and the wild teeth (dental cuff) she wore at the YouTube American Music Awards in early November. A photo of her wearing the teeth is now featured on the cover of her new single, "Dope."
What's cool about this story is that the designer of the teeth (which is actually a bracelet the artist calls a dental cuff) was called out of the blue and asked if Lady Gaga could wear her teeth jewelry. Like any sane…Continue
Added by Meg Kaiser on December 2, 2013 at 1:28pm — No Comments
I had just returned from consulting a new client where an epic conflict between the back and front had laid siege to the dental office. The doctor thought this "Clash of the Titans" would quickly blow over. Instead it blew up.
And what was this battle over?
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Organization of a practice is, in essence, composed of ensuring you and your staff know how to efficiently and effectively process:
a. New Patients
b. Returning Patients
c. Emergency Patients
When Mike begins with a new client he evaluates where the weak links are…Continue
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