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Welcome to “Dental Practice 911 Radio” formerly known as “The Whole Tooth”. “Dental Practice 911 Radio” is a show where we discuss dental business related topics designed to help dentists and dental teams learn and grow in any economy!
Today, we will be discussing "The #Trend in Marketing Your Dental Practice" with one of my coworkers here at EZ Dental Practice Marketing, Rebecca Buscemi. Rebecca is our Technical Director and an Internet Marketing Trainer and Consultant.
Our topic basically deals with how your practice is seen through social media based on how RELEVANT your content is. In other words, Rebecca and I will be talking about how much more effective your social media presence can be by simply doing some key things to stay on top of trends in our collective communications.
Topics that will cover in our episode are: What are trending topics, How can Hashtages and trending topics help your marketing, How to use trending topics on Facebook, and more.
Student from Amor Pow's House Of Hair salon in the Bronx just graduation from beauty school and Rosa's Resources was there for the excitement. This is a black owned salon which has a mulitculture staff, owner/stylist Janet Pow strive to push team work and continued education at her salon.
Topic tonight is Student and staff connection.
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The BEST Dental Website Advice - Period.
How can we say something like that? That’s easy – it’s because some of what we will be discussing is so foundational to your online presence that you’d think everyone would know it. However, the fact is that we see these same dental website mistakes everyday and our prospective clients call us and wonder why they are not getting the kind of ROI they expected from their website and or social media sites. Listen in to our simple tips and start creating a digital footprint that will get you found.
This program will be featuring Student Research Resources Subject Tracer™. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources and tools for student research available over the Internet. The discussed selected student research resources, sites, indexes and alerts offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your student research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N11 November 2014 and my freely available November 2014 Zillman Column. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, November 15, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
Herbs and Dental Care
The Human Path
on American Preppers Radio!
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This week, Sam Coffman talks about dental hygiene and tooth care using unconventional (primarily herbal) approaches. First, how do you take care of tooth hygiene, cavities and gum disease in a post disaster setting where there is no dentist and possibly no toothpaste, toothbrushes or other dental hygiene supplies? He will talk about some of the most common issues with dental care in a post-disaster environment (pain, discomfort, infection) and how to prevent or care for these issues using herbs and other non-orthodox approaches.
There are many concepts that can be used for dental care at home as well. Often, prevention is the primary focus in dental care, and there are many alternatives using herbs and other methods that can help prevent tooth and gum health issues.
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Host Dana Rose Crystal continues a discussion from the previous show regarding student government, freedom of speech and so forth. 7 years ago, FC AS violated her Freedom of Speech. Is it worth it at all? Is Community College a waste of time? Should students just move as quickly as possible to University?
Dental hygiene is about more than just brushing daily, oral health could have long lasting repercussions on other aspects of your wellness.
Open for Business® talks to Savannah’s Dr. Angela Canfield about why it’s so important to keep up with your dental care. Dr. Canfield also breaks down how she’s growing her own dental practice and expanding beyond the chair to the surrounding communities.
Whether you are a second year student, getting ready to graduate from dental school, or looking to enter your first year in practice, your first year is the hardest. We call it the survival year.
In this episode of dental student radio we talk about some of the things you will want to know when looking at joining your first practice. Whether you are choosing to join a practice as an associate, partner or a solo doc owner you will want to make sure you are armed with the right knowledge so that you don't get taken advantage of and make a decision you will regret.
We invite you to download Dr. Michael Abernathy's new eBook titled "Code Break: The First Year" where he goes into great detail on every topic a young dentist must know. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your free downloadable copy.
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This week's 90 minute program will feature guest Tom Neilson, and then continue with Part Two of Student Loan Debt - a new class of debt slaves. California Lynn, a CPA with an MBA who has written extensively about healthcare costs and student loan debt servicing will take calls if time allows. She may be contacted at: TheGreenCPA@aol.com. We will aIso hear from Brian Powers, NJ's driving force behind $15Now with a local and national update on $15Now and its push for living wages.
Tom Neilson, musician and activist, will discuss his music including this program's opening theme, Its a Crime (to tell the truth), That was the Week 2013, and Four Years of College. Tom has tweaked, massaged, and added to Four Years of College's original lyrics written by Ben Grosscup and Ferd Wulcan.
Tom plays at festivals, union halls, colleges, national conferences, cafes, house concerts, & at political and social gatherings. He particularly enjoys the personal connections provided by house concerts and has performed for countless benefits and causes. His music has been used in nine documentaries, as he tells the stories of people’s struggles against greed & violence, interjecting a good deal of levity along the way. If you ask him, he'll tell you he's just a farm boy with a guitar who loves a good ball game and human rights.
Continuing the legacy of developing African American student leaders at PWIs and HBCUs, the African American Student Leadership Experience (AASLE) is a three-day intensive experience where students will interact with prominent keynote speakers and facilitators in the area of leadership development. Students attending the AASLE will be challenged to put theory into practice, thus having a leadership experience in real time.
Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews Dr. Aminata Njeri. One of the founding visionaries behind AASLE.
Dental xrays are of great concern to some people. Do you need them, what do they show? Shirley is a clinical dental hygiensist with decades of experience chairside and her speaking career gets her out to mix it up with thousands of dental hygienists every week. She knows her stuff.
Dental xrays come in a variety of types and most give a lot of information to guide the clinician to do their best work for you. Today's machines give much less radiation than ever before and really with everyone staying out of the sun, our biggest source of radiaion, people can certainly tolerate the amount in a dental xray, regardless of what Dr. Oz says. Learn the types of xrays, and what they can't show in today's episode of Cross Link Radio.