Robert Sandusky, DDS, MS on “For the Love of Teeth, Now and Then.”

Robert Sandusky, DDS, MS has been in the profession for 53 years! He is a Doctor of Oral Surgery and has a lot to share. Curious to know how dentistry was in the 80s? Knowing what happened in dentistry before we started practicing was mind-blowing. In this video Dr. Sandusky shares his experience and advice to help our new grads be successful.

When we all are educated, everyone wins!

Dr. Sandusky graduated from Northwestern University Dental School and completed his formal education with a post-graduate degree from Marquette University Dental School. He has been an attending faculty member at Northwestern’s TMJ clinic and attending staff at Children’s Memorial Hospital.

He was instrumental in the early research and development of today’s popular Bonding materials, doing initial clinical trials of sealants, restorations, and veneers. This leads to teaching and lecturing about bonding. Dr. Bob is one of the founding members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Brandi Evans, RDH on “RDH Survival Skills”

Though dental hygiene schools are excellent in teaching many valuable skills, our current academic curriculum doesn’t teach many aspects necessary to succeeding and thriving in the REAL RDH life in general.

Why watch this interview? Because it is informative, and some of these true to life experiences can teach us the most important skills that we will use in our RDH lives, with the highest stakes.

Dr. Laura Mach on “What Makes A Good Team?”

If not all, I know many of us want to be a part of a good team. But do we know what makes a good team? To have a good team, there is no surefire recipe for success.

A combination of solid leadership, communication, and access to good resources contribute to productive collaboration. It all boils down to having people who understand each other and work well together. Continue reading below!