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Wednesday
Apr242013

Mobile GPS: Six ways to use mobile technology to grow your practice in 2013 (Part 2)


Recently on The Source, we turned our attention to the ways to use mobile technology and explored three ways to grow your practice. If you missed those tips, please click here

In Part 2, we will cover the next three ways to use mobile technology to grow your practice. This blog series is based on The Sesame Guide to Practice Success (GPS): Six ways to use mobile technology to grow your practice in 2013.

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Tuesday
Apr232013

PNDC EARLY BIRD DEADLINE APPROACHES — THERE"S STILL TIME TO SAVE!

The Early Bird Deadline for registration is quickly approaching — don't miss it and pay more than you have to!  
SAVE $100 • Conference badges will be $300 after April 30! 

Before April 30, dentists can receive the best value we have ever offered: 16.5 CE credits for the low price of $200, and dental staff can earn 14 CE credits for only $130!  Where else can you get a deal like that? 

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Monday
Apr222013

CELEBRATE EARTH DAY: THE ADA SHOWS YOU HOW TO BE MORE "GREEN"

The ADA wants to help you make a difference in your community — their website is packed with ideas aimed at helping you to be a more responsible steward to the earth by conserving energy and water, reducing waste and pollution, and practicing good Eco-dentistry. And, while green technologies are constantly changing (and improving), there are many, simple changes you can implement immediately that don't cost a lot of money and can significantly improve your eco-worthiness. Your patients (and Mother Earth) will appreciate it!

Friday
Apr192013

DR. CHRISTOPHER DELECKI ACCEPTS BOARD OF HEALTH POST

Dr. Christopher Delecki, director of the Dental Program Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, recently accepted a position on the King County Board of Health (BOH) for a three-year term. The Board sets countywide public health policy, enacts and enforces local public health regulations, and carries out other duties of local boards of health specified in State law. When interviewed about the post, Delecki said, “For some time now, dentistry has been a ‘siloed’ profession, off by itself, not considered part of ‘real’ health care. I think in today’s environment that is problematic, because people don’t see it or value it as much as medical care.”

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