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Next stop: Exocad Insights 2022 in Palma de Mallorca

Masterclass: “Positive Dentistry and the Mindset for Success”

Vitamin D Deficiency and Early Implant Failure: Outcomes from a Pre-surgical Supplementation Program on Vitamin D Levels and Antioxidant Scores

Always one step ahead

Ever since I opened the doors of the White Clinic in 1999, my team and I have always had a “start-up” mentality. Why? Because no two days are the same and we need to be prepared for anything. We always need to be on top of our game. Why? Because experience matters.

Life-changing dentistry can be life-saving dentistry

Ekaterina Miheeva reached out to me all the way from Australia after about 3 years of battling a series of physical and psychological symptoms that not only did not go away, but that more than 10 doctors, 15 naturopaths, and multiple exams, including a brain scan, endoscopies and colonoscopies, simply could not solve.

Is it Becoming Harder to Hire?

There are many challenges facing the modern dentist today. It does not really matter if you are a dentist just beginning your career or a senior practitioner with a network of clinics. These challenges all boil down to a few simple commonalities: we all have to keep our patients happy, and we all have to keep them coming back.

Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

This was a very busy week for me, with two great trips, the opportunity to participate in exciting events, alongside networking with amazing colleagues from around the globe that share my passion for all things dentistry.

Accelerated aligners with photobiomodulation

When I first heard about clear aligners in the early 2000s (the US Food and Drug Administration approved the use of clear aligners to straighten teeth in 1980), it must have sounded like science fiction. The fact that it was created in Silicon Valley by people who had nothing to do with the dental industry, in seeking solutions that do not require complicated appliances in the mouth, is really an incredible story.

Life-changing dentistry can be life-saving dentistry

Ekaterina Miheeva reached out to me all the way from Australia after about 3 years of battling a series of physical and psychological symptoms that not only did not go away, but that more than 10 doctors, 15 naturopaths, and multiple exams, including a brain scan, endoscopies and colonoscopies, simply could not solve.

Is it Becoming Harder to Hire?

There are many challenges facing the modern dentist today. It does not really matter if you are a dentist just beginning your career or a senior practitioner with a network of clinics. These challenges all boil down to a few simple commonalities: we all have to keep our patients happy, and we all have to keep them coming back.

Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

Portugal > Germany > Denmark: what a great week

This was a very busy week for me, with two great trips, the opportunity to participate in exciting events, alongside networking with amazing colleagues from around the globe that share my passion for all things dentistry.

Accelerated aligners with photobiomodulation

When I first heard about clear aligners in the early 2000s (the US Food and Drug Administration approved the use of clear aligners to straighten teeth in 1980), it must have sounded like science fiction. The fact that it was created in Silicon Valley by people who had nothing to do with the dental industry, in seeking solutions that do not require complicated appliances in the mouth, is really an incredible story.

Special Report: “Yellow Smile”

Data regarding oral health in Portugal is worrisome. Thirty percent of the Portuguese only go to the dentist in an emergency and 10% of the national population has no teeth.

Aligners: More regulation or just a consumer product?

Why do we need to straighten teeth? How do we do it? What is the best way? These are the big questions nowadays, and I think that the answers to these questions, as well as how we actually do these treatments, have changed over the past decades.

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