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'Magic Dentist' Shows How to Make a Memorable Ad on a Budget

It’s inspiring to see this creative dentist using his talents to make the office a comfortable and welcoming place for kids. But even if you’re not a “Magic Dentist ... most parents in that area of Ne... read more

The fine line between romance and madness: Why reasonable people can ‘go crazy’ over love

Meanwhile, a soft-spoken paralegal went to the dentist for a tooth extraction, looked up at her doctor and fell madly in love. He swore he did not reciprocate, but his patient did not mind ... and the... read more

Pasco, charities scramble for indigent medical aid

NEW PORT RICHEY — A Pasco County contribution to provide medical care for needy people is not part of next year’s county budget. But that doesn't mean uninsured patients will go without seeing a healt... read more

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Is Dentistry by Smartphone the Next Big Thing?

“Are smartphones ... is exactly why dentists must use that little round mirror when they examine your teeth.” The other issue with telemedicine, like this new app, is patient care. read more


Educating Patients About Their Orthodontic Options

One of the important tasks at hand when you’re dealing with potential new patients is to keep ... by the desired date. Or, if a patient is looking for a ceramic option but the price falls outside of h... read more

Other Views: Some FAQs on Medicare for all

Enrollees in other programs (including Medicaid and present-day Medicare) would be folded into a brand-new ... budget analysts who persuaded Vermont and California to abandon their plans for state-lev... read more

Big Pharma was supposed to self-police fentanyl prescriptions. It failed. Patients died.

In 2012, the pharma industry group told the FDA it wanted to stop requiring patient phone numbers on agreement ... 42 percent of TIRF patients were not opioid tolerant. “Are doctors lying on the form? ... read more

Finally, a cure for insomnia?

F Scott Fitzgerald, not a writer prone to hyperbole, described insomnia with sullen childishness as “the worst thing in the world”. Over the years I have developed rituals and incantations: the solemn ... read more

GUEST COMMENTARY: What to know about 'Medicare for all'

Enrollees in other programs (including Medicaid and present-day Medicare) would be folded into a brand-new ... budget analysts who persuaded Vermont and California to abandon their plans for state-lev... read more

The Seven Features of a Successful Dental Membership Plan

And why should you use a third-party dental ... not renew! Perhaps the staff is too busy, or they simply grow weary of playing endless phone tag and transcribing lengthy credit card information. Manua... read more

Report looks at ways to expand dental care in state

It says one dentist who is listed as taking Medicaid patients ... why it is difficult to encourage new dentists with $250,000 of student debt to start a practice in areas of greatest need." The report ... read more

He may be fudging on Roe v. Wade, but Brett Kavanaugh has been clear on backing DeVos-favored school reform

It is not ... the budget allowed us to have a counselor in school that day. I’ve also been called by one of my students on a Saturday night saying that she thought a friend of hers was going to commit ... read more



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