This book was inspired while painting murals at my daughters dentist office. I knew my daughter was very afraid to go to the dentist, but it wasn't until I was there on a regular basis I started to... More > notice the other children had many fears of their own. I felt sad for the little ones. They cried and screamed often! The intention of this book is to help children to feel better and not so scared of going to see their dentist and hopefully help them take good care of their oral hygiene.< Less
It seems dentists are in a quandary. A clear path to economic freedom and asset optimization exists through recruiting an associate and transitioning the associate to a partner. The problem is most... More > dental partnerships don’t work.
This book provides answers to the most common and destructive issues and problems that cause dental partnerships to fail. If you are considering a partnership as a strategy, or if you currently have an associate or partner, this book will enhance your ability to succeed.< Less
Clinging to their old ideals, they stick their heads in the sand, hoping that these strange new changes happening in the world will silently go away. That their business will thrive no matter what is... More > happening and no matter how low their sales have dropped. The truth is far too scary for them to believe. They are the wimps. But who can blame them? The business tools they need to prosper have never been shown to them, never been given to them and they just weren't there…until now. During this period of hyper-change and hyper-competition, different business strategies have been adopted by visionaries that are determined to stay ahead of the pack. They avoid bankruptcy and achieve record growth despite everyone else being depressed and wimpy. Revealed inside are the proven strategies of winners. Winners who laugh at the problems of today and who relentlessly innovate. For them, it's fun to be the best.< Less
While the dental establishment and the USCDC say that Dental Fluorosis is 'merely a cosmetic effect,' for the millions of people afflicted with the condition, it's much more.Your teeth are your first... More > impression, and when you have blotchy white spots or rust colored stains on your teeth, people look at you differently - they prejudge you, and subconsciously make decisions about your hygiene, intelligence, and attractiveness. In the United States, 75% of the public drinking water fluoridated, and the latest CDC estimate is that on average 41% of adolescents have some degree Dental Fluorosis, and about 3.6% of those are serious cases. What are the psychosocial and socio-economic ramifications and is there a legal remedy? Does Dental Fluorosis meet the criteria for Civil Rights based lawsuits? That is what this booklet is about.< Less
Neem is the toothbrush tree. Cloves have eugenol, eugenol is/was used externally by dentists for its antiseptic and pain relieving ability. Drip a little fresh Noni/Kura juice on a toothache. Myrrh... More > is used for gingivitis. Use chewing gum with Mastic Tree resin, it's supposed to freshen the breath and tighten the gums.< Less