Tag: RDH

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.

Naomi Amador, RDH on “Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT)”

🧐 The field of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) is growing at a rapid pace. That’s why it is important that we let ourselves continue learning about it. Naomi is full of passion and wisdom, I am sure you’ll have many key takeaways from this conversation.

It’s a good idea that you familiarize yourself with what’s the latest with Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT). Every patient needs to be looked at from a variety of approaches in order to be successful in treatment.

Dr. Alan Stern on, “How to lead with LOVE”

When we leave for work, we don’t leave our humanness at home. Jack Ma once said: “Human beings have the souls, have the belief, have the value; we are creative.”

The single most important factor that differentiates a good leader from a great leader is LOVE. So, what does leading with love look like in the workplace? Find out more!

Dr. Ankur Gupta, DDS on “Why Dental Hygienists Are Crucial Members Of The Team?”

A healthy working environment promotes an atmosphere that fosters friendship and loyalty. By working together, dental teams can find solutions that work best.

When we all create a safe space where we all can work together as a team without the fear of criticism, new ideas and perspectives will start blooming. How to start? Continue reading below.