17 Burst results for "Phil Tech"
"phil tech" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Lab lab courses. What I really love about the a C., d., it's you can sit down at the bar at the hotel or or wherever you can just start up a conversation, and and people are just so open, and so giving, and there's so many conversations I've had with people that are you talking about dentistry or talking about their practice or even talking about their life it's. It's it's my favorite meeting of the year. the people there are are so positive, everyone is really just sort of just just fired up about dentistry so I. I. It's been A. It's been a great. A great. Adventure for me going through the a CD program and going through their accreditation, and all that type of stuff. It's fantastic. That's really cool. That's really cool I. It just feels like the more I. of course I've talked corky about I've talked I've talked to buddy about it in just like it seems like an organization that I probably need to jump in I'm I'm horrible. I'm not much of a joiner I can talk a good game and but I. Had, I had I known more I probably would've I I didn't sign up in time to make it out to Vegas, but maybe I need to look into that for next year, but next next year. Chicago Oh. Wow, that makes it even easier to shoot. Okay okay? Nice so I'm sure. Jacobo cosmonaut will probably have a pretty big role in it then right I mean. I think you might see them around. Oh my gosh, it's funny well. Okay, so I'm GONNA bring it back to cosmic a little bit because. I'm going to get a little bit nitty gritty part of the You said that when you first met Buddy you year. Your lacob composites just not the material for me. You know porcelain. His material for me is not the in and then okay. You get to Qazvin in Qazvin is literally making one of the only microfilmed composites left on the market. It didn't use to be that way like there used to a lot of them now. They really don't and so. I. I wonder weird is micro. Fill the fact that. I mean buddies. Buddy was into it in the beginning and he's into it now in. Tell me about your thoughts on microfilm. And how important that is to doing what you guys do in in your. You know what you've talked about with us. In other words, okay, so people say aren't aren't good. They don't last Blah Blah Blah. Tell me. Does Microfilm have anything to do with the way that that the way that you changed your mind on then? Yeah. You know again great question. So I used to use silex back in the day when when I was first starting in the advantage of microphone for people who aren't using a microfilm is that you get a phenomenal Polish and I think the microfilms Mimic Enamel, better than any mature I think better than porcelain quite honestly so I can do a single tooth in it with a Mike. Fil layering and blended in to the arch and seamless really just blends in. So the advantage with the microfilm as a it has an phenomenal Polish, but what what really separates it is, it maintains its Polish and I've worked with the manifield that are out there, and that's where I took the filter. Course want it's a great mature. There's the NFL's out there. the the reality with all of them is that they lose Polish and so with marker fills. They maintain their sheen to maintain their Polish people come out, and at on recalls in the teeth or shiny, and or the single tooth is shiny. A matches the other dentition so. There's a place for the microphones, and so any classified that I do they absolutely have microphone the surface? Three has Arkansas on the facial surface dismay quote, so anything I'm doing unofficial surface I'm finishing with a microfilm. It's. It's how you're enamel. Basically. Yes, exactly and so. It's it's learning. The contrary and polishing that may really makes us that separates it because the way you polish the composite onto the to surface. That's that's what. Makes it so beautiful, but those are unfortunately. That's why you need hands on courses. You have to learn from people who are doing it. You know in their daily practice. How do you hide that margin? How do you get it to blend into the Enamel? How do you get? It's a Polish in hold it shine. Those are things that I think are difficult to learn to reading or even through watching a video at the he. He needs on their there watching you doing and giving you advice in helping you move your hand through the composite. Be Able to get those techniques. That's what's so valuable about the hands on courses I can. If you're learning microfilm, arguably, there's really cosmonauts about the only place. You can really learn that reliably because I mean I because they're not that many people make in the material anymore. I do have to say buddy said this. Year and a half ago when I first interviewed him and I kinda thought he's full of crap at the time. And now I'm like a composite is a funny thing because. The the marketing has driven the material tech them. The I mean the material. Properties right I mean like lights. What what dentists want is they want one material they can. You wrecked. That's going to be good for everything, and frankly that's I mean Phil Tech. Phil Tech has really pushed that to the limit I mean even cosmic making their Nanno. I mean that's as close to that as you're GONNA get, but part of it is because Dennis don't WanNa have to a stock. Different materials in be have to even think about different jails composite composite when in reality post here in interior composites are. Seriously different animals, I mean for sure like in that's something that I find funny. Cosmic has really opened my eyes to that I'm like you know what there's a reason to do it. It's there always was a reason, but but what they've tried to do. It feels like is is changed the way to make composite just one more thing that you stick in the whole basically. I which is kind of frustrating I didn't notice it at the time, but when buddy mentioned it now, it's all frequency at these meetings. We, had annual review with one of my assistants yesterday and We talked about the bell curve in by definition half the people. On on any platform are below average writing. Bell, Belco and so my question is. Where do you want to be on your this bell curve in your life in the practice in what you're doing right, and so you can do, you can do an anterior composite. Just us you know Nannville just as a debt and sharing amel shade in put you. You know you learn contra and stuff. It's GonNa. Put you above above average writing, but. But if you want to be great if you WANNA be excellent, then then it gets into the small details in some small details used the materials that are going to give you the best results. Using Opaque is using microfossils, and that's if you're trying to push yourself towards that and based on all the podcast I've been listening to through. Dental hacks have been like this dental hacks junkie lately Nice. I. Know I know you. Guys are are know your audience based on the people that you're bringing in. They WANNA be excellent. Dennis and I think that that's how you how you separate yourself. It's at last ten percent right. In finding the materials understand the techniques to be able to transform what you're doing to that next level and I I think micros essential for that in a in a lot of cases, too. You know what the and doing the doing. The seventy fifth percentile is just about right because you know what you've got patients that that are not not needy. You've got patients that are that. That are not too worried about it and you can. You can do that quickly and you know I don't feel bad about that, but there's a lot of cases when you're really trying to. You're trying to change a smile you're trying to really it is. It's nice to be able to have that available and be able to take the time and do that kind of a kind of A. It's nice because you can, you can do stuff at different levels in it still okay. To two and a toolbox exactly exactly for sure so okay, so I need you to tell us about dental CPR. Because I missed it when you gave it last in this is your. This is the class that you give regularly. Cosmin in I. WanNa hear all.
"phil tech" Discussed on First Take
"We've heard a lot of people talking about this one Cam Newton's base salary with the Patriots as one point zero, five million with only five, hundred, fifty, five, hundred fifty thousand dollars guaranteed the one year deal also includes six point, four or five million in incentives, but it's not about the money for Cam posting this to his instagram yesterday. It's not a lot of things. Money cannot buy, but amongst the top of that list of things you would find respect as one of. Of those, this is not about money for me. It's about respect. Louis Riddick back in the house and Dominique I. WanNa Start with you. Do you think that cam? Newton will be the starting quarterbacks for the Patriots Week one absolutely think that he will be starting quarterback, but I'm not highly confident like I I believe in Cam Newton. I think he has a ton of desire, a ton of talent and a ton of football intelligence, and all translates to him having success in. In New England. However, none of those things can overcome injuries, and so that's the big question around Cam Newton. I like to believe that he's fully healthy, but with the bad foot in the badge children, his throwing mechanics are are completely arm heavy in part, because of that put injury so I can see a scenario where they move on from Cam Newton or he backs up a quarterback there because he his body isn't up to what the standard it needs to be to. To be productive in that situation and there only a few things that can get you a job or keep you on NFL Ross or keep your position in one of them is performance. If he performs, no one has any questions now. The one is financial commitment that is not. They haven't committed much him at all. There are tons of quarterbacks that are much worse than him. I was looking down a list of names like Nate Sud fell and Colt McCoy and Chad Haney. Who will have more dead money if they get cut then Cam Newton in this situation so while I do believe in Cameroon I think he will have success. I think it'd be foolish to think that in a place like New England were reputation. Reputation doesn't care you very far that that there is no chance that he won't be. He can't win out the starting job. There is the real chance that his. Catch, up to him in, hold them back in this situation. I mean Dominique what the hell is up with all of these and bring it up. The injuries guess what I mean. If you put more here, my head and got rid of the bags under my eyes from lack of sleep. From from Tom. I'd be the baby. Fae Stephen I may come on its own budget. If if Louis gritting on a town, we would be calling Mr typically have a whole bunch of is. What does that mean okay? This is what the bottom line. Doll we're both the. Same and I was waiting for the second because I saw y'all get up this morning. For me, class from the on the part of your. Let me get straight Jarrett's. WHO's thrown a grand total of three passes? Four games completed up a fifty yards. Ratatouille. These. Are you telling me? Thought here in the League for nine years, who broke three, thousand, nine hundred eighty paths, whose experience who who is a former league MVP? Who Built Bella check said is a big top priority would be one of the because of his decision, making a sport and there's Atlantic ability. You try to tell me that a healthy cam new in has got to be worried about Jarrett Steadham. Steadham wa because he was in the locker rule and he learned a system I think tank Cam Newton Justice System Y'all got to be kidding me with Louis Riddick I heard early. Saturday stuffed save yourself Louis Riddick and you know your shit. I understand. The man has been in the system. He's familiar with the play book. He knows Bill Bella Tech Phil, tech liked it we. Lee Back on Jimmy Garoppolo and how bill belichick Tam and all of this other stuff? He was a fourth round up from the Save School Cam. Newton went to Oh, by the way while Cam Newton was winning a national championship. What any do we heard about or being but so relevant stopping y'all stop pick. He Ain't get no starting job over Cam Newton stopping. Lewis! You stop it right now. You stop that Lewis. Dominic which Bro. It's GonNa. This. Bill. Doesn't care what you've done in the past. He doesn't care now now. Obviously, yes, can gets hurt. CANS arm his foot. Something like that goes awry and injuries. Throw them up. I mean that's obvious. Okay, it's obvious he's not gonNA wind up being the start. All I was saying earlier. I'M GONNA. Say this in my calm voice was this when you line up the first aid training camp? Dominic knows this the coaches like for someone to come out there to be able to break the huddle. call the play go do. Do the pre snap. Read go to the post read, so they can actually run someplace cam could stand back there. Talk to Josh and be like okay. That's how you do it. That's what the terminology is that what the read is supposed to be here? This is how this is what you dropped supposed to look like I. That's how it's going to go now. If Cam stays healthy, no one is sitting here. Arguing the fact, that Cam Newton is one of the most physically gifted NFL players ever regardless of position. Ever. And as he gets comfortable, and he's able to execute this offense at a high level and stay on the football field. No one is arguing that it's very likely that come week. One starting quarterback in New England patriots. No one's arguing that at all. But I think we have seen this to build. It's very much so about show me. Not. This is what you didn't Carolina. This is how you ripped. Carolina the kinds of things that you did down there. Vp and we're all sitting there and this amazement wondering you know looking at to God he would just. You're so unique that he doesn't care. He'll talk about it, but he doesn't care bills about production in the present time, and what he can projecting the future now and this is the last thing I'm going to say about this if bill thought. It was such a slam dunk. That Cam was exactly what he was looking for, and he was someone who he thought. He needed an order to get this football team in the present to where he wants it to get which is winning the division. Winning a conference championship into the Super, Bowl, he would've went after cam much earlier, and he would have found a way to make it work salary cap wise to the point where he just given five hundred fifty thousand dollars guaranteed and have the upside of being only seven and a half million dollars. He would found a way to make that work. There were thirty other teams signed him before this. Thirty of and bill was sitting back like this. There's thirty other teams that can went out there and got him, but he waited, he waited and waited. Why Bill has an economics degree? He understands the economics the economics of the business he understands that landscape, and now he stolen from the rest of the League and now bet he is sitting there, thinking boy if he's healthy and I can get him up to speed, and how I wanNA. Play this game offensively. I am going to unleash him on this league in a way like they have never seen. And, that's what we're all hoping for the sake of Cam right because we love how unique this young man is. I'm just saying it's not guaranteed though it's not guarantee because. Wants you to show him. Not Not? He doesn't WanNA see your highlight reel from the past. He wants to see you so. Now right right. Well let me say this dominate. Mr Chippendales, I'm breaking news here. I actually have a voice myself, so let us my company. Louis Riddick them to. Dominique, watch me watch me Work Dominique. Does he worry Louis, Riddick? In March of two thousand seventeen, although it can be described as apples and oranges I. Recall New England Patriots Sonic Stefan Gilmore to what was it a sixty five million dollar contract with thirty one million dollars guarantee obviously Stefan. Gilmore had showed what he can do on a football field, but he wasn't wearing the Patriots uniform when he got that money he saw before that my mind. It was my. Reputation excuse me, excuse.
"phil tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Children a great opportunity for all of us dads out there to relish the moment and again enjoy this day is may the moms do on mother's day so again happy father's day all those hard working fathers who've made a difference in everyone's life and just wanna take the opportunity to say that here before I kick into the to the show so well if anybody had the opportunity by the way this past week to listen last Sunday I should say to our program the interview we did I did I did with Brian Dharti of Phil tech president and founder Phil tech and his topic on social security was well received we had a great audience this past Wednesday off with the weapon are that we did it for clocked a live weapon are you got to log onto your computer go to Lincoln my team at RBC wealth management along with Brian were there when the the computer screen you could see us live through the video and Brian answered a lot of great questions for people that participated so we hope our hope is to be able to provide another opportunity if you missed that social security weapon are and you didn't get the opportunity specifically last Wednesday the seventeenth to attend then it call my office at four one zero three one six fifty three twenty let us know if you're interested in the future of doing an event like this we're not gonna do them all the time we don't want to wear out our welcome with Brian but it was again a fantastic opportunity for people that had questions about social security then if it's claiming strategies also ways to optimize their income I'm Brian did a great job so again if you want to let us know if in the future we put together an event like this call our office at RBC wealth management let us know that number once again for ten three one six fifty three twenty so with that let's talk about the stock market activity through this past week leading us up through Friday looking at the markets you know we had interesting week in the markets we actually had through intraday activity on Friday an opportunity where we could see through the Dow Jones industrial index the fourth weekly gain in five weeks and we had the Dow hovering over twenty six thousand the nasdaq just a bit over ten thousand in the S. and P. over thirty one hundred again through intraday Friday but what's interesting I guess to see is it you know where the markets are now if we look at these levels are we at the peak at the resistance above what does the floor underneath of us look like and I I think it's it's when we look at the market you know the short term market indicators we follow are indicating that the rally of the past several weeks may have made a peak that could stand as the high end of the market going forward for the next several weeks or even the next few months and that's something that we need to be concerned about that you know and during the summer months we know that activity swana seasonality standpoint tends to slow down a little bit in the summer people refer to as the summer doldrums there's that old cliche many of you recognize that you sell in may and go away and that doesn't that does not necessarily happen every summer okay we have had summers where the market has rallied and has had a lot of strong activity through the summer months but historically looking probably at the broader averages in the summer months haven't been the best time as far as activity E. for the stock market but so we need to take pay very close attention I think in the coming weeks and months to the market because we do see the market again starting to peek out as we have the last couple of weeks here then I think it's going to signal an opportunity for a pull back and then pull back could be anywhere in a range from ten to maybe fifteen percent I know talking about the markets I'm probably gonna get that question tumor could open up the phone lines here today on fathers day I take live calls as you did last week during your show on social security and I've got a lot more to cover here today so I'm not sure I'm gonna open up the phone lines on this particular show so I apologize for that and I try to get through a lot of the material that I wanted to cover first but with that again pay attention to the markets and the potential for a little bit of a pull back here if you haven't done so already one of the things I've mentioned to clients to investors is to analyze your positions in your equity positions rather in your portfolio to try to determine if you should lighten up one any particular positions maybe that have increased substantially for stocks that have not participated in this recent rebound that we've had the last month or so if these stocks continue really to remain in in kind of stuck in the mud so to speak then maybe it's a time to get out of those companies re allocate that cash somewhere else so these are some considerations I think investors need to be making again if you want a second opinion with your investment portfolio feel free to call our team at RBC wealth management that's four one zero three one six fifty three twenty so this past week's activity that's what I wanted to get to hear kind of the meat and potatoes we had this past week Credit rallying last Monday we had that surprise announcement of the fed would begin buying individual corporate bonds interestingly enough and the move I think was unexpected R. as any recent credit spread widening I think was if we look at it was very orderly and primary market debt sales were robust and then there were few signs increasing the fed intervention then that was I think probably necessary but the fact against the fed would begin buying individual corporate bonds was definitely a surprise announcement out of this past week fed chair Jerome Powell later clarified that the change did not signify an increase in purchases instead the central bank was simply following through one prior commitments and insuring I think reading this maybe for for any necessary future support but the rally in the credit market even if due to a maybe a miscommunication was certainly convenient for the fed's goal to facilitate employer funding so that was a bit of news this past week I thought was interesting the fed also announced the imminent launch of its main street lending program so hopefully again if you tune into the show I try to collect a lot of information during the.
"phil tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You know Brian what do you often see as kind of the majority with individuals today are there statistics and you cited some wonderful stats last Sunday on the program about you know that the poverty rate with individuals at a certain age and I can't recall that age exactly you have to refresh my memory but you mention if we took away social security you know the poverty rate potentially over country would increase even larger for those individuals over age it might it was sixty five or sixty two sixty five sixty five right so I I was I was in the right ballpark but that being said what age you know do typically as far as you know the standard age that you see the majority of people taking their social security are the majority of Americans taking social security early or are maybe half of those individuals waiting until full retirement age were delaying until age seventy what what do you typically see well that that that's a great question similar spend change is happening over the last ten to fifteen years it used to be by far eight sixty two was the most popular age the claim in fact well over fifty percent of people use the claim at sixty two you know that's as early as you can claim and as soon as they hit sixty two they claim their benefits and probably retired but over the last ten to fifteen years that percentage is as fallen dramatically and for men it's down in the low thirty percent range and for women it may be a little bit bit higher than that in the the also the agent is experiencing the biggest increase in terms of when people claim is full retirement age and for a lot of people that many sixty six so they their benefits are bigger and I think that's a good thing but very few people actually wait until after their full retirement age to claim you know by age sixty six somewhere around ninety ninety five percent of people have claimed their benefits so very few people wait beyond that you know that every year they wait delay after eight sixty six benefit increases by at a guaranteed eight percent this is one of the things I talk about the try to put it in perspective because you know actually from every year you delay past age sixty two all the way up to eight seventy depending upon the year you're guaranteed to increase your benefits by anywhere from six to eight percent per year up until age seventy not send you and your listeners you know where interest rates are they are incredibly well in this incredibly low interest rate environment where you're going to get sixty eight percent risk free guaranteed rate of return no words that I know of and you know and I haven't even adjusted that for inflation like we do we talked about before with coal you could add that on top of that sixty eight percent so give me an example this year the coal increases is one point six percent so somebody was sixty six years old and they're going to delay one year to eight sixty seven they get that minimum increase of eight percent plus the one point six percent on top of that yeah those together it's nine point six percent there but if it goes up by almost ten percent just by filling in one year and the other is you don't walk into that for five years ten years fifteen years you walk into that increased benefits for the rest of your life I call this one of the best deals on the street and if you stop to think about it especially in this incredibly low interest rate environment you say yes that is a good deal and that's another thing I saw people getting you know you may think when I get some of my weapon are when I used to do live presentations that are all brown wanted to do was wait until age seventy I'm like no I I want I think too many people make uninformed decisions when they claim social security with a weapon are I'm gonna share with them three or four things that I think everybody should know before they claim you know but if you still decide to claim at sixty two or sixty three that's all right that's because that's your decision but that it won't be an uninformed decision after the weapon are still be an informed decision well that's not gonna take another break here the show Brian again we're being joined by president of Phil tech Mister Bryant already who is a nationally recognized authority on the topic of social security we might even open up the phone lines for a call I had a few questions if you want to call the program here this morning Sunday June fourteenth to ask questions about social security I can relate this to Brian the number four one zero nine two two sixty six eighty we'll be right back every.
"phil tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It's time now for the weekly wealth report of three hundred sixty degree view on finance and investing here's your host him her good morning W. C. B. M. listeners investors Tim herb of RBC wealth management and our tactical planning group here locally in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area this morning Sunday June fourteenth for a nother a live edition of the weekly wealth report right here on six eighty A. M. and before we can get into today show I just wanna remind folks that last week we did a live interview couple people thought maybe the information we provided was on a previous interview that we did with Mr Bryan Daria Phil tech who is a well renowned author and also the expert speaker on the topic of social security so last week was in fact a live show last Sunday June seventeenth we apologize for maybe some of the initial technical difficulties are bringing the phone lines together earlier on but it was very insightful all leading up to the kind of the grand finale this week this Wednesday if you're listening to the weekly wealth report here one W. CDM talk radio this Sunday again it's a live show we are doing an updated social security webinar featuring Mister Bryant already this Wednesday June seventeenth at four o'clock so if you want to dial into the weapon or listening to some of the important subjects regarding social security please give us a call call in number for ten three one six fifty three twenty two our office to R. S. V. P..
"phil tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This is talk radio six eighty WCBS it's time now for the weekly wealth report of three hundred sixty degree view on finance and investing here's your host him her good morning W. C. B. M. listeners and investors Tim heard of RBC wealth management and our tactical planning group here on W. C. B. M. talk radio six eighty A. M. for a nother addition of the weekly well for port again it's a one our financial talk show where we discuss economic news economic activity throughout the week stock market news and also from time to time open up phone lines and take live questions from you all the listeners hi here one at W. C. B. M. talk radio but then from time to time I will stray from the path because I invite a guest on the show and rather than discuss a lot of weekly stock market activity or provide a recap as I typically do for the hour long radio program here on Sunday mornings I'll interview a guest in this morning's gassed is a highly acclaimed critically acclaimed and award winning author of a book getting paid to wait bigger social security benefits the simple and easy way and that gentleman Mister and Mister Brian Dharti is the president and CEO of a company called field tech I had the great privilege of having Brian come into our office a few weeks ago at RBC wealth management and speak and he has more than twenty five years of experience in the financial services industry but Phil tech is a consulting company specializing in social security claiming strategies that helps retirees maximize their social security income but interestingly enough Brian has a background that includes high level executive management positions at several fortune five hundred financial services companies he was the president and CEO of key banks investment subsidiary known as key investments also working as a national sales manager for New York life's retirement income security division he's been a sought after public speaker for many many financial institutions Brian actually has his MBA in finance from Syracuse University and a B. S. in accounting from Elmira college and again this book is a very interesting book Brian's written articles that have appeared in various national media publications in Forbes except drop and now he's really dialing in one's social security and I know that we're gonna have an opportunity down the road to have Brian in our office to speak more about social security but Brian without further ado welcome and it was a big intro welcome to the weekly wealth report I really appreciate you joining us here on W. C. B. on talk radio because social security is such a highly sought after topic in my world of financial planning and meeting with individuals they address their social security benefits it's you know we go through financial plans it's obviously front and center one of the big discussion topics or or points to mention I'm sure you are bombarded with questions all the time with your company to being kind of a an expert and having an opportunity to bring you on.
"phil tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"W. C. B. M. listeners and investors Tim herb of RBC wealth management and our tactical planning group here on W. C. B. M. talk radio six eighty A. M. for a nother edition of the weekly well for port again it's a one our financial talk show we discuss economic news economic activity throughout the week stock market news and also from time to time open up phone lines and take live questions from you all the listeners hi here one at W. C. B. M. talk radio but then from time to time I will stray from the path because I invite a guest on the show and rather than discuss a lot of weekly stock market activity or provide a recap as I typically do for the hour long radio program here on Sunday mornings I'll interview a guest in this morning's gassed is a highly acclaimed critically acclaimed and award winning author of a book getting paid to wait bigger social security benefits the simple and easy way and that gentleman Mister Mister Brian Dharti is the president and CEO of a company called field tech I had the great privilege of having Brian coming to our office a few weeks ago at RBC wealth management and speak and he has more than twenty five years of experience in the financial services industry but Phil tech is a consulting company specializing in social security claiming strategies that helps retirees maximize their social security income but interestingly enough Brian has a background that includes high level executive management.
"phil tech" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Into clinical hats we're real working dentists talk real dentistry sit back relax tighten your tough Meyer prepares to be clinically hacked clinical hacks listeners welcome back we have an exciting episode of the clinical hacks tonight because we are all back in his house so coming to you all the way from Cleveland Ohio I've got Dr Kevin Air Fryer Willow and all the from North Carolina I've got Dr Mac Carolina Jones what's up Mac glad to be back glad the band back together feel so good you bet so. I'm Zack minors in case you forgot me after all these weeks and I'm come from Kansas City Mo and tonight's topic is going to be classify restorations will carry us and non curious and wow I think that's the sound of her when tuning out from that exciting it's exciting that we're all back together I really you guys I was actually crying in my pillow our you'd gone you mack how is our trip to Hawaii together scores Gloria Yup enjoyed those pineapples so all right else do do both you perform class five restorations in your clinical practice now creates all crowns right for MAC crowns extractions yester- up all yup it's COMPA well I don't know eh out anyway okay so let's start with the Standard carry US classify lesion let's talk about com maybe what we do how we do on maybe if there's a difference between how you treat it in the molar region versus the Interior region Oh mac break it down for me tell me how you're going to class five composite on me on to like nine thousand nine hundred thirty or something like that on you personally yes me personally now I take it really slow with you that's right that's right anesthetic right does uh-huh so in the posterior region or anterior I'm a huge fan the glass on immerse use that almost one hundred percent of the time it's extremely rare that I used just regular bonded composite in a curious classes off for years I've used Fuji to Elsie the light cured version of that great results with it you action put me on the Equa Forte also from DC Fuji Product probably about a year ago uh I've been using that just to get a little bit more fluoride release a love that Been Greg getting great results with that as well maybe a little hard work with the longer working time with can't cure it but you can't go wrong with either option right on Kevin how about you how would you do or what Israel's would you use for a poster your class five I'm gonNA use my regular old composite for everything now I recently did switch from my own to the Phil Tech's supreme but yeah I'm just GONNA use regular composite for posterity our air or anterior and that's the way I do it got to get this at Crown Somehow so okay so I would imagine that you guys are both going to have a difference in your like prep design because I would treat depositing gi very differently. Mac let's do you you kind of cut more like the classic Gd Black Style class five for your Fuji to or Equa do generally going in with a around Bor either like a two round or six round just depending on the size actually usually start off with a smaller burr and kind of go around the periphery and then usually get larger and kind of go in there and then get depth get that out first of all I'm putting court in for just about every single one getting that eh back just trying not to nick that we don't get a leader there usually on a draft board every once in a while if I know's going to bleed like crazy I'll go ahead and soak in viscous that clear but I'm getting that in their prep doubt just fallen that decalcification agenda how to get all their decalcification Al unless it really starts going inner proximal there and and that's where I'm going to allow Masafuji just to get that fluoride released their hopefully keep that healthy the cavity conditioner the Pike Krolik or citric acid I can't remember which one it is too yep poly acrylic acid that's a great question haven't used that in years Oh okay John Kane got put me on using cleaning boost instead of that a few years here so that also does edge a little bit but it also cleanses the prep some basis using that I'm cleaning that out for five ten seconds Brinson that off pretty quickly because from our understanding you can't actually over edge for glass honor and I'm just getting that Fujian they're a big fan of whatever you WanNa call it but just squirting it all over the prep you always Kinda Imam ahead I'm SORTA taking a reverse crowned impression of that that preparation and basically just trying to get over the margins there too avoids and of course I'm using the Fuji to like your we'll go ahead and hit it with the Cure with the Equa letting that set for about two minutes Jason heating it up with ahead accelerate that set then coming back and basically just finished in that back I don't try to relate it with an instrument at all because of you too many voice trying to do that earlier in my career you come back on those glass honors and add like some kind of like a resin code on the on the top I know Equa Patches Code and I don't know about food you to I've never used that product yes so Fuji to do in yet it's a much more aesthetic material we have done a lot of anterior that looked great player patients come back and of course somebody's coming back with a giant class foul number eight nine black anything you put in there is GonNa look better than with a came in with the Food Youtube Looks Nice our usually just go over that with a little Khordad Burr I like the h forty eight Il a one-two the Twelfth Ludovico robot. I'll finish that back you know it's a decent Polish with that and just let that ride now what the Equia absol- using that g Z code basis protect that that restoration views that material law you'll know that it's still a little bit soft eastern after that curing face so you can take an explorer and actually scratch it you can Kinda contoured a little bit some always real careful to go back and put that G. Code all just so the patient doesn't dig it out with the brush or a fingernail or anything like that just to get that protected also makes it much more shiny so if you are working in the interior looks way better for the patient as soon as they leave so all right so Kevin tell me about since you're using traditional resin tell me about your the Metro Prep and how you go about the process case where we're gonNA pack on all of them and after yesterday if it's bleeding I'm gonNA use alleys magical the liquid yeah I've only once so great pictures on clinical acts facebook page by the way that was nice of one on that anyway I'm going to pack cord a lot of times I'll start off with number four slow speed around Burger and just get all the mushy stuff out of there and then I'll refine that with a three thirty for you know just finish out the prop get on clean fresh enamel and then probably take a diamond and make a nice bubble there and then just brush bond and how's it no no new blue acid nope okay he's brushing done for those all right very good so Standard Composite Techniques Standard Polishing Protocol. Yeah so I'm going to finish it with a fine diamond and then enhanced Polishing Cup up with the magic mix on it also thanks to you guys however I'm I will say I'm not going to do any of that my is actually going to do that that's right the prep in walkaway but that's what she's GonNa do Kevin House one up us that's that is for sure well I guess I do you kind of somewhere in between what both of you guys do in the molars I am definitely been shifting more to an Equa protocols I mean I don't know how you do some of the composites on I I've done I'm they failed on like you're still buckle of two to fifteen seen all those I mean Equia has been a godsend for you know I mean obviously Amalgam would be an option view you know can if the person will accept it but the Equi has been a great choice for me for those those molar carries classifieds and I do exactly what Macktaz has more of a your gp by I want some retention. built into those once we get up to the pre molars anterior teeth. Oh I've definitely shifting back to your standard light cure composite and on those that's why I use my estimate sigma quick because I love the way that polishes and I can get a killer match on it and make him look pretty so and I do the same technique is Kevin a nice long level on those I do use acid on those gloom the heck out of those because the post op sensitivity on those class fives always seems like it's that seems like it's one of the worst areas for me so I I always do the coordination to one minute coats gloom after alright light it up with the acid so that's that's what I'm doing on the curious class five okay here's what I WanNa know have you guys ever had the the curious classified I'm thinking of that like two or fifteen area especially you Kevin since you're not using A. G. I. R. Amalgam where you just like John I have sometimes in that situation actually replaced him held on it it's a question of whether I can keep fire not that's a rarity but I think you know most the time I can get it done if it's one of those That's GonNa be difficult though I'll do it I won't allow the after to do that Kim takeover in that situation happened last week it was like number fifteen a patient with her cheeks were you know over the just hard difficult access yup we got it on we'll see if it stays but you do have the amalgam in your back pocket you don't mind that place and I think prior to about three or four years ago is more hardline we're not bringing out the amalgam but anymore if in that situation may be the best thing that we can do or that I can do about you have you ever had a tough time with access that you're just like hey yeah it's crowns crown time on absolutely in the deal breaker for me when that sucker wraps around to the Digital Yup Yup it's you know using Maya squirting method with you can actually feel that prep pretty well the kicker is back there and finish in that Disco Mart Yeah on I have had situations register the patient hey it's gotta be a crown does no way we'll get a good seal back there or sometimes I'll just go in there and take that distal buckled asfaw you know put a tough Meyer there from the Palatal and just do the best I can just get something to cover that Denton it's not the prettiest 'cause but just tell the patients aa it's best we can do for right now you know it fails it's crown time but let's see how long this thing goes I've done that numerous times Mac that kind of like the the buckled it almost turns into like adobe type of.
"phil tech" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"O. W. doctor McAllen how are you I'm doing fine so this is what's interesting about this free college college role wipe out the student at which I don't know how you do that without setting all the people who have been responsible or going to a community college or you know not taken out hundreds of thousand dollars loans the other side of this is your typically what we tend to pay money for things that don't work I can't imagine one point six trillion dollars and when you ask you guys to the study and you ask the average parent and student to win three parents want to cancel student that are in favor of higher taxes for tuition free college in yes what are the same parents and students saying about the quality education they're getting yeah it's it's it's amazing circumstances I think they they're looking for a solution because that that keeps arising in you know the number you gave me is that it's a it's a hard and fast number forty five million Americans have college debt interestingly enough one third of those who have that are twenty five to thirty early thirties so in trend higher for those who are younger so that that is increasing with each generation and I think that we because of that you know I think people are also looking at the quality of the education or getting a realizing they're not really being trained for jobs. today. yeah exactly I think that's a point to when you have students a five percent of students and thirteen percent of parents say they strongly agree that schools are teaching kids useful skills all hop in the real very ninety five percent of kids go to school say what I'm learning here's a bunch of B. S. it's it it's simply a way for me to go to school take a bunch of classes I don't care about get this piece of paper that allegedly gonna open these doors to success for me and a learning that piece of paper it is not worth the paper it's printed on a lot of cases well yeah I mean you know that we're listening to Jamie Dimon not long ago and he was basically saying that you know seventy percent of the jobs that are going to be added at JP Morgan chase don't require a bachelor's degree and and there's probably a million Phil tech jobs I think is the quarterback co dot org right now and that number is going to balloon and so the reality is industry's moving pretty quickly and it's being driven by technological innovation but school of art so the gap just keeps widening and that I think kids are getting hot in that gap yeah that's exactly the case in and we talk about this too because I'm a prude proponent the trades and and building at my my son's involved in it and I'm really proud of him and what he's been able to accomplish in just a couple years and saying it's not right for me to go to school we need to start building stuff again in this country we have infrastructure issues we have delays in the building process and and it's not just that there's tons of jobs out there I just want to bang the drum for the trades I have to do but yeah use something still this country ness is also a teacher right isn't there's only about a third of the jobs in America require a college degree is that still the case it is and but but it's interesting because that there is a little bit of a bias got you know and I think that it's unfortunate because if a young person in in high school today is thinking about going into the trades however the advise they're pretty much advise will usually go to the go the traditional route and then see what happens and if they do that they can waste a lot of valuable time. when they could have been learning the trade even in high schools were finding it K. twelve and and then they could be in the workforce earlier and and there there are a lot of kids in this country that should be on that path but they're advised otherwise yeah and that's the case here what what kind of colors are we talking about. so what we look at it K. twelve are the the highest and fastest growing and where the biggest demand are typically technology related jobs those new collar jobs that don't require the four year degree healthcare jobs a lot in in the business area manufacturer badly factoring and also agriculture in the skilled trades so so there are there are lots of jobs there baby boomers retiring at a pretty fast rate and the young people are are not you know getting those skills at a fast rate to fill those jobs yeah a an answer of the case or two in plus it really diminishes the cost of college educator the cost of education to allow these programs are are simply the employer were so desperate for talent that the employers will pay for absolutely NO a K. twelve we we found that instead of you know thinking about you know how to reduce the debt that's already there what can we do pro actively and so we have the middle school kids exploring different careers and talking the industry professionals because sometimes the teachers and counselors are up on what's happening in the industry so we let them talk to industry directly and then they get on a power play they take courses they collaborate they work in in virtual teams just like they would do in the modern workplace and by the time they graduate we hope to have a certificate and some college credit so that they can make a better decision if they go to college they at least have some courses under their belt and that that would be less if they go to work we'll have some skills under their belt to do that yeah which is absolutely what you want doctor Sean McAlmont present career readiness education K. through twelve career readiness in the that that there's a huge disconnect between making taller tree and making college affordable and the number of parents and students are saying listen it's just not worth it it's weird you guys are teaching anything does this movement and granted this is it just the beginning I think the stones Startin rolled on. a little bit here after years is banging the drum saying this is how we change America because we've got the skills gap in this country eat you know we're not for want when it comes to education and access to it we are when it comes to once you graduate you have the skills that employers are looking for that's really what's at odds here that the colleges aren't preparing kids for jobs in the real world. that right and and I think the fundamental issues that not all kids are going to go for your route and benefit from it there there are other options other than schools have to be willing to say you know what explore your your career options follow your passion and and get a job even if it's not a four year degree job and by the way I think you're right I think we are starting to see the the the the stone role here because this is of of bi partisan interests of one of the few issues out there that everybody agrees is important as workforce development and by the fact that the fact of the matter is the unemployment rate is low but there's a lot of under employment in that in that low rate as well. yeah in in but the thing to do is people look at his parents and I think there's a stigma right is it I I I think it's is driven a lot bye mom and dad who I went to college my wife with a college where he meant our school and but I think it takes a lot of courage for parents to stand for the lesson the caught it more it was right for me at the time but the content of Irish my can't I think a lot of folks and all public the curtain back you're my people is that we we're it somehow is reflective of the parent if a kid doesn't go to college and we have to have that my kid is going to be a Harvard bumper sticker are you know a yell mom's T. shirt or something like that and I think that's really what what's also driving this is some sort of sense of were failures of parents of our kids aren't graduating magna **** laude from my I believe school rather that's exactly right and and and you know it's it's tough but I think a lot of families are realizing that you know that that dream sometimes will send the young person into a into a look of traditional college and by the way they they might start exploring different majors and looking at different options but they're doing it while they're paying tuition and so don's with sexually driving the debt up in a lot of cases for for a lot of young people and so. maybe will after the birth of second child after the first day of the third thinking well you know what maybe we should make the decision sooner but the reality is they need to do that exploration before they get to to the four year traditional university but again it's it's but I think it's breaking that mindset because and the other element of this to doctor Afshan McAlmont is that it's typically mom I think that looks at a career like this and goes you know what it's it's grimy it's greasy by kids are gonna get hurt they're gonna break their hands have bad backs falls it's a dangerous messy occupation I'd rather them you know be be in an office environment rather about the field some are doing and whether or not their kid is is that you don't want the death of my son did want a desk job easily the ideas at my desk all day is is boring to me I want to be out in the field doing stuff into trying to convince mom otherwise is is different I had to put it all moms but I think the truck two trillion. well it's very difficult I I do think the parents who will go on the traditional route that the the route the mail and that's why I think it's important for schools to get out introduce students to different types of careers through exploration like like we're doing it at our K. twelve destinations career academies were really trying to let the students explore and find the thing that they are good at and they'd like to do and and by the way in that exploration process parents are also educated to to some new career and eat you know full well that technology is starting to insult all these career so an auto technician is not the same model technician as twenty years ago you know before they even pick up a ranch they have to use diagnostic tools and work with the computers in the in the car and and and figure out what's wrong and then they get to the the engine and I think a lot of careers have gone that way as well yeah I agree with.
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"phil tech" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"I feel like it's always difficult for driver like getting you start on time ready to go and stop well yes and no as part of the Puckett's. I'm just a recording yoga all right well. I guess the weird thing is when you have rain delay typically. It's you never even got the race started but yesterday was weird because we actually get three started but we all knew is doomed to get it going like we knew on under the pace labs so you could see lightning vicinity. You're like yes is going to happen for very long so we'll even still different yeah yeah. It's weird because normally when you get in the car you ready to go. You're you're anthony yourself up for four hundred five hundred miles but then when you have it's like all right. We're GONNA get twenty laps at the most. You're like well. You know we just pass people if you don't do anything stupid and just get to the point where you know we knew lightning was GonNa hit before the rain was going to get us so you know you're just kind of the spot of like I guess you push for a little bit but you don't WanNa you don't want to be dome either or knock yourself out before the race even really starts truly the race starts once you get back going because we knew we had two pit and get tired because the fall off and it's kind of a weird mindset when you know you're only going to get ten or twenty laps and that's that's totally different than usual rain delays all right well well. Let's let's get to some serious stuff so Matt's half driver of the thirty six over here front row motor sports when you sign up to be a cab driver you finalize the deal over here front row. You know you're going to be competing for rookie of the year three teams over here. I'm sure you oh come in with expectations or what you think. It's going to be like you're so now seventeen races in how has what the expectation was back a couple of months ago. When you sign on the dotted line to reality you know I think the honest legitimate answer in the beginning of the season was the first four weeks were just figured out you know run full length races finish all the lap see what racing is like because at the same time? We didn't know going in the season what the racing racing was gonNA look like. Everybody said it's going to be wide open all the time. It hasn't been that so the expectations even from the simulator side while we did on the SIM was completely off competitor reality we were all in for huge shock when we got to Atlanta and it was like won't Vegas Tech Tests has looked like it was going to be wide open and pack racing. Get here's like shoot. Nothing like that at all <hes> so I think that that immediately kind of changed things up because now you're going all right. We'll we really have to focus on our cars handling in front down force and you start noticing where your program is at so <hes> the first four weeks so we're still just learning in there <hes> but then the goal has always been <hes> each week is always to get a running in the top twenty five and then we have a great day if we're running in the top twenty and finished there so <hes> a weekend like Chicago where you know speed. I thought we were okay <hes> Phil Tech. We have to change them things on the car and all of a sudden you're running in the high twenties. That's a bad weekend <hes> so you know you just have even though it's only five six six spots difference on there might not seem like a big difference to people on the outside but internally you know where you should be <hes> to be in the the low twenties especially with improvements. We make on the car so when you have a weekend like we didn't Chicago. It's frustrating because you know where you should be in the mount. Half program has been better than that <hes> so that's where you know like today after we get done. We're GONNA competition meeting. Say what the heck happened this weekend <hes> but I think the when you look at the second half of the year and where we've been then we know the expectations should be to run solidly within the top twenty five each week run twenty-second twenty-third either through attrition restarts or whatever <hes> You pick off a few and get a top twenty. That's that's where we should be our bread and butter every weekend <hes> and that's really our expectation of Phil to make that we had you know that's that's not. It's not okay we got. We gotta get with that but that's you know if you're in a if you're GONNA Gibbs car. You're probably say the same thing for top five <hes> if you're in our CR car you might for that for top ten or fifteen it just it changes your goals change just on where you're at and we're you know your equipment is at in whole team <hes> so we know that you know if we have a good day like Michael. Did this last weekend finished twentieth. That's this holiday form. We need to be able to replicate that too so we're about halfway into the season now so I'm assuming you've had a welcome to cut moment. Let's that Ben like yeah. The the first few weeks were restarts in Green Flag Stops Man Finnity side you can and how I mean. You've maybe one green flag stopped for every three weeks. It seemed like last year they might have more this year because of every years different but <hes> you know you might have let's. Let's say it's one green flag. Stop per race ace all of a sudden. You know you really have to learn okay. How do I maximize getting to <hes> pit road and all the other thing on the Cup series side? Is You have data for every single thing you do so whether it's come into road <hes> you're rolling speed on pit road. So how close can you go to being just on the cusp of speeding <hes> your time it takes from when the Jack Drops Twenty accelerate every single thing in there is measured just like it is on the race track so my first few weeks it was like oh my gosh. It's like I'm terrible and I think he's just one of those moments like man okay well these guys and they look at that data every week so they've had tied to perfect and since then my jerry start times and things in there have actually gotten in the top five in the Cup series which I've been pretty really proud of <hes> but you know my rolling times and stuff us. I still need to work on those green flag entries. You still work on those each week to get better but I think for me that was one of them just looking at the hard data and saying well. I thought it was getting everything out of it but there's a ton of time left in there and then just the restarts to unexpended decide when you had <hes> Kyle or Brad lineup behind you you knew you had to block and and kind of protect the outside lane because they're gonNA try to make it three wide well every single. One of the forty guys wants to do that in the cup series so you see Chicago Chicago were from the bottom to the wall spread out because everybody is just going as hard as a canon the restarts because on the Xfinity side you know last year we had <hes> Fourteen fifteen competitive cars so if you're a restarting twenty fifth you know that you could you could have asset and go eighty percent by the time you came around two laps later. You're probably GONNA be Fifteenth Sixteenth if he had to start in the back <hes> and the Cup series. If you restart thirty eighth you're probably GONNA be up to thirty fourth. Maybe <hes> if you have to certain the back so that's that's. That's one of the big differences is just how good the drivers are and you can't. You don't have one. You don't have enough power <hes> to really make big moves like you do when we go the short tracks on the mound a half's <hes> so that plays a part of it too with motor differences is but the guy's really know what they're doing and do a very well so you have to find little things in their of how you make passes so funny listening to you say that it brings back one of a lot of other younger drivers who've moved into cup have said is you go from Xfinity to cup and the biggest things that stand out our retards pit road just because like you said there's more competitive drivers and the intensity the intensity level is just so different than maybe what you are experiencing inexpensively and now you come up here and like you said there's there's more guys that want to go on restart. There's more guys you're coming down pit road and having to deal with it's just everything's ramped up right well and the other part of the two is with this package our tires just don't wear out that much and so you know inex- Penati <hes> you watch the race this weekend and guys can go run the highlighted and run the fence very well and <hes> but you have more horsepower and there's more fall off in there and you're you're off the throttle quite a bit more and even though we spread out in do that they have a lot more off throttled time so you would think in the back of your head. I'm I'm in a wait a little bit just because I want to say tires and get slapped ten or fifteen so I start picking guys off well on the Cup series I we have so much downforce in tires seemed to even though they're similar to affinity tires. They just feel like they're harder because you never get to go. Oh two full saturation of a tire at times <hes> that from the droplet green flag you're going and it feels like four hundred miles a qualifying laps most of the time because there's just that much group in the race cars so it's a totally different mentality because you're just going to limit of the Mechanical Goal Grip and not so much of the tire-grip <hes> which is which is totally different. I think for everybody in the Cup series because that's not what any of us have been traditionally trained to do because usually you're used to tire management and that kind of stuff come through the ranks so that's been a totally different deal because at probably translates more to the trucks and it does you know other cars were we've been used to come up through the ranks before main this move obviously you put in two years at the expense level and in you explained of course during the off season why making the move and why you wanted to be here here and so forth. Did it feel like you Kinda left anything. Maybe maybe a stone over unturned in the xfinity series you. You never got that win. That women's always elusive. You're on the fringe of competing for championship. You ran very well but I think some people would be like why make the move when it was almost like you still had stuff you could have accomplished in the xfinity series. Absolutely I think for me <hes> still to this day the the the win is is something that I still WanNa. Go <hes> be able to get whether that's an opportunity to opens up on Xfinity side from being on on the Ford Group now <hes> if there's a team I can join up with for a few races and go do that. We were so close so many times last year to being able to do that especially in the second half of a year <hes> The you know you. That's that's definitely something left on the table. I think another thing in there was just <hes> the state of of our sport right now what we're trying to figure out for long-term planning had a lot to do why why we wanted to make the jump to the cup series and really it was just <hes> it came down to it was so hard to find sponsors <hes> and funding for the xfinity series and for the cost associated with it so I think that <hes> that was a large <hes> the reason there to of trying to find a more sustainable model <hes> to be able to pitch sponsorships and <hes> you know get more of a return on investment for companies I think front row does a good job of that and that's that was something from a business side and for a.
"phil tech" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"So let's start with just introducing who's on this, what we're going to be doing. And then we'll kind of bang out our first topic here. Our first member this panels. Three person panel we've got MAC Jones, Mackel, how's it going? Zach lead. It'd be here buddy, just little bit about myself, graduated in two thousand five. I'm General Dennis, a very rural area of eastern Carolina. Just bread and butter general dentist, who and also we have Kevin fire with us today. Hey, kevin. How's gone going good? Glad to be here and MAC. I graduated in nineteen thousand nine from the Ohio State University gotta get that in there and I practice in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. I've been there for thirty years. Are you? Do you have your own practice heaven? Yeah. Just me solo, bass basically bread and butter, but we do have some implants, Ortho and sleep cool. I'm sack miners. I graduated from university of Missouri. Kansas City in two thousand one I still work with my dad who also graduated from u KC back in the seventies. And so, that's, that's the nutshell of, of who are who we are. And so we're just to start picking topics week to week sometimes on a product sometimes on something news, some just sometimes on technique, and we thought it would be super sexy start off with just the composite brands use our in our office on, on a day to day and why we. Picked them and what they are in what we like or dislike about him. So I'm going to start off with maxim because he's sitting on my right here MAC what tell me about your composite situation that you got going on your office. Well, what do you use? It's a little more complex than it should be. But I'm a big Buckler gas of water three and products. We're using the Phil tech one for class twos. Fill techs premium for anterior cz. About a year ago, I probably had fifteen different composite brands and I've tried to kind of little that day, but I still have a lot of cosmetic products. I like their microphone. I'll does that offer. Certain situations. Maybe pair that with a micro habitat for a class four. Also use genial sculpt that floral or just a paste, that was kind of my go-to class to you for years. I kind of adopting the microbe rush technique. Jason Smith Smith teaches us that for longtime, what was I went by clear pretty much all three AM filter do us any floral composites with clear. Yes. Use a heated floral, which also fill tech product. What's the name of that? The flow, I also feel techs maybe floral, so you use the bulk fill on most of your molars and, and promote class ones twos. And then you switch when you're doing the front too. Well, if I'm doing by clear in the anterior also ball, Phil okay, death of cure is not as much of an issue, 'cause cure from the buckling lingual on that situation, pretty, well, you need the aesthetics of non bulk Ville there. It's going to be way too translucent doing actual bulk fill there. But. So for the bio clerks, which I'm not currently doing how many shades of this stuff, you have to keep around to make everything happens. So that is a very good point. And that's one of the things I really like about the system. When I first got back from Tacoma added a few cases posted some photos, maybe one the dental hacks groups got some feedback from David Clarke himself and nice. I was doing a three or something which is used to be were standard class to post earier shade, there were looking pretty great in Phil. Yeah. And he gave me a great tip. He said anything to post your he uses be one. In, in the bio clear method be one looks great so that literally stocking one shade of post your composite and that so every every poster you're filling with a five or a one gets gets byu on in your hand. You want it looks great and all of its heated, all of its heated that's the key. How about for the answer, yet, the full full shade guide worth of, of shades for your supreme ultra do not. I don't have any Shays we have. But. In a sort of unique location. I mean it's very rural. I mean, people really literally looking for something to fill black spaces gotta chipped tooth. I've had these conversations associate, you know, do we do a lot of layering stuff? Are we really doing that for the patient? We do it at fire selves, share our fellow dentist. You know, post a trophy case on Facebook, and I mean, really just the ability of composite. And if you've got a nice Bevan there, which you're gonna need with bio, clear it's gonna blend in it's gonna look great. You know, it's going to beat the needs of your patient. They won't they won't the bite to fill. Well they want it to fill smooth and they don't wanna stick out like a sore. Thumb, do you? I know that particular composite comes in body body and enamel shades to you just stock the body shaves just the body shape, the body shades in a few different of as call it a day. Okay. Cool. Kevin what's, what your composite story place, currently using product called Calor product? And that's all I use. Anterior posterior? It's a holdover from previous employees, which that's another conversation share and. Yeah. So that's basically, what I use a cherry think probably four or five shades. Some. Halon eighty to be one. And some opaque shades. Okay. For the interior and. You know, like we talked previously before we went on air, I like it. I don't love it. So how 'bout Flaubert's do you use this caloric its own flow? Bill is not SDR product, okay? For, for lining the boxes and is that that's kind of a bulk, Phil Flaubert? It's like the first layer can you kind of just put that down as your first couple millimeters? Yeah. I put that into the box. Yeah. Tell me more slowly at first the tip. Yep. And I try to line, the box up to the up to about the poeple floor, and it sort of has a self leveling property, and it just sort of fills in that space, and then we cheer that and from there. We do Larry technique. Okay. In anterior the same stuff. Same, same everything. How do you like it? Do you like this material, or you just I on it or I'm sort of indifferent on it? You could convince me to change to something else. Okay. And I actually couple months ago was really looking hard for a different composite material part of it is, though, circle from a business standpoint. It's just easy to order cheer swimming to something. And then having all this extra stuff. I hate that inventory is, is an issue. So we recently switched some of our cements, and we had. An inventory of stuff, and I'm like, I'm not doing this new stuff till we've got everything out of the way and moving forward. So that's been an issue. That's just a hang up. But yeah, I could be convinced to change. Any, you have any either one of you guys? Stock me like all kind of all, turn, it filling materials like glass honors or. Dual dual cure resins for build. So that any those types things in your arsenal to a lot of glass honors. Okay. Fuji to Elsa cover any curious class five. That's pretty much. What I'm using. Okay. You kinda turn me all if you must go to the equa forte. I love that which I will use to get a little bit more fluoride release got just so slow setting. It is. I just want to hit it with that lied able to finish it back. So try Thermo carrying it for a minute, with your light just to the light doesn't do anything. But the heat does are you doing that immediately? You give. I give it a minute or so, then I'll hit the hit with Thermo cure. So that'll I mean it's still is a little time consuming. That is the downside of that will do that, and a half out. If I go to Haji and check and come back, a few minutes later, the finishing so much better than if I'm going to start right after that Thermo huge variation. How long does it take, do they say five minutes, set? Okay. So it's an attorney. It isn't a put it in. And then you have to make sure it set up enough that it's not gonna just gonna slump out, then you gotta go hygiene check, you gotta come back in for some people that doesn't work into their workflow of their day dual care stuff for buildups MAC. And I'm a big apex surpass John Kankas products, his anchor a dual care Bill, that your build up, also love Cozma core. Okay. To me, they're sort of all the same. I mean you can't tell a little bit of a difference, cutting some of them, but they all fit the Bill. I'll use Fuji to for a lot of Bill. Outs or Equia actually though, silver miracle mitts. A product poop nine lot, but Kat, it's work great. My practice. I've got a deep margin. I wanna see that, that difference to, to structure on. I know what you're talking. That's the for those listening miracle mixes a glass honor with silver fused into I use that when it was a new product. But I got away. You know, I've had patients like the have appear involved, too. They just don't want it out, yet they break cuss ball in and I'll just squirt miracle mix there and finish that back and replace that cost. But I mean, I've had them last like, ten years, like I research, still there had a patient, whose crown came off that I use miracle mix probably nineteen ninety two and looked at that prep, and the miracle mixer like this This isn't. is pretty. Is your dual curability but you're also your post cement for the times you posted this. All right. How about you any alternative? Charles care for cores are used absolute Denton from park L. Okay. And use the blue or the clear. So in order to stock things and ya'll's everything I used the animal shade, or whatever they call it tooth to shade. I used to have the Arctic white and the blue. Yup. I don't feel like I need that. So you're a Sarah, guys you probably the bluest pry Easter. Umag doesn't work. Well, I've had that happen before, and it actually gets blocked out in the in the old days. But yeah, I use the enamel shade for pretty much everything glass honors for you. Those types of things. Okay. So what about you? I you guys have got pretty good simple. I'm complex on my composite. I've got a composite problem. I actually talk I stock four different brands of stuff, and I gotta gotta rhyme and reason behind all of it. My most frequently used composite is a Tokyo Yama product called esta light sigma quick. It is a highly aesthetic. It's still a that's the one I was looking into a couple of months ago. It's an ano hybrid much like your caloric hybrid, and max filter, Nanno fills, not, not a hybrid, pretty sure it is the matching shade matching on it is fabulous on the delight ver- polishes, extremely well. It's got to downsides. It's not terribly radio. Paik. It is not strong. If you were to bake an entire big class four out of it. You know, one of those ones where you're hanging, hanging audio didn't gonna it didn't gonna handle it. It's just not a high flexible strength composite, but for all my composite veneers. All my social ten fillings on the buck, man. It looks great. I've never used a better looking comp- urinal that you bust out occasions, probably looks as good or better than the real fast. I'm sure but s tie polishes. And then it's one of those filling chills that when you see it a year later, it's even more polish and just from them brushing their teeth because it's a little bit softer. Yeah. Of material. But the shade of Matt, you talked about inventory control. They even advertise like one shade can overlap about four five different shades..
"phil tech" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Everything. You know, do you like big cases like small cases? You know, you like what's your? What's your perfect clinical day? Today. The other day, I came home like I could do that over in Raisman. That's the day. Exactly. Like, that's the dream. I think I came in. I had like one crown in the morning and the guy came in and actually needed to crowns. So we did the two crowns them had a couple of fillings between did a sleep apnea plants delivery at some lunch. Check some hygiene patients before that came back into the couple more, crowns, everything ended up on time. Check some hygiene, you know fuss. No, muss, everything. Just went went pretty well. The temporaries fit on there. Wrap it up and go home. Like in. That's that's the kind of thing where my ideal day is gonna have probably three or four crown preps. Probably I'm singleton's are perfectly fine with me or a couple of time. That's cool. I I don't wanna be doing full arch. Dufferin like that. I'm just talking the simple easy ones. I'd love to be doing some interior resins. Like, that's that's like a sweet spot for me. I love that. They're fun for me. I actually don't even mind doing some Endo when it's when it's relatively easy annot throw that in there too. I gotta tell you. I have some days. I have two hygienists Sundays. I have one, and I'm gonna tell you I know for productivity I need to have two or more. But I like having one higest that's like the right amount of that's the right amount of breaks in what I'm doing. You know, I a hygiene check every hour. So I get up stretch my legs. That's that's all right. But having to do to and trying to you know, you always try and fit the hygiene checks in well during the days, you're not disrupting a lot of other stuff. And that's that's not easy. That's like in there. Not just aren't doing it out of malice. But there are times. Of course, this is exactly when you need me. So I I like I prefer to have one hygienist or no hygienists the few days where we'll run because hygienist is on vacation or sick or something like that or snow day, or whatever man I love that. But then again, that's a lot more lazy time at that point. You're I probably have holes in my schedule too. So I know I I enjoy I enjoy kind of the basics that's sort of an ideal to the basics in in a day. Like, you said that his that that goes smoothly. We're all you know, you're not running over time. You're not you know, that sort of thing. I do enjoy that. Don't mind being busy. I don't like it to be like, oh my God. Are we ever going to get out of here? This my dad thought he much for for however long. He rent his practice a lot of years. He ran like that. Oh, man. He just he would he would have three and four chairs going at once. And there, you know, three or four of his chairs always to hygienists three or four his chairs in. That's just and he just loved that. He thrived him. I just I think about that. And it makes me anxious. Oh my God. That's hard. I I'm blown away by what he was able to do in in. I tried to do that. It wasn't the right fit for me. Live your best life. Yeah. Exactly. He comes in. He comes in hill. Ask me if my schedule's busy. Oh, yeah. We're we're we're jammed were in a look at your not Jim trust me. You're not when I know. I know, but it is what it is disappointing. I know your sisters so much better than you. We like our lot more. Oh my gosh. Well, we should do. We should do that that part of the show where my voice goes funny, and I say, go hack yourself. I say, well, I never all right. J lives. Bring it home. What's your go? Hack yourself this week. I've been trying the latest release from three three m universal. So Phil tech universe is what it is. Yeah. Yes. So I've been using that here lately I've been trying to get back into my bag clear. Clear back the back. Yeah. But I didn't use it around. I terriers to the color matching is great. Yes. Been using different bonding protocols. Learn to by clear he'd net stuff up menudo heater plug on that stuff in good famine had any complaints. Everything's looking good. The, you know, the one thing I've had a chance to use that three universal little bit to one of the things. I like is. It's it's much simplified with regard to color like leg doesn't have a really complicated. Like, there's they've they've done that on purpose. I want to say that there. It's not it's not as simple as Omni Chroma where it's like one one color one one ring to rule them all but it's pretty close. Like, it's they don't have as many colors because it's got a apparently it's got some of the same unicorn tears that on Macroom does in plsy it blends lot better. So that's it's cool. It's good stuff. And now it's available for for like to buy. So I'm I- podcast with Josh for the daily Josh Austin. And he's he was talking about that too. So it's it's it's common. If you have a chance to try guys you need to try because you're it's gonna change
"phil tech" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Phil product or a tough Meyer system. You don't need to use a global composite for this particular technique, even use good micro, hybrids, nanna hybrids or hybrid resins. And this this is so predictable. Now, you've turned this class to class one. And at this point, you build up the lobes rather than thinking about pushing it in like you at a on a mouth, I'm think about building the morphology the tooth back incrementally. And usually can accomplish in about four steps. And then you've got your beautiful anatomy completed if you follow this year. Can save a lot of time in the closer jesmyn aspects of things so people say well why that's so tedious. You have all these little steps. But I'm thinking, no, it's not tedious ultimately because you're a clues is going to be closer to ideal. You're not gonna have flash to clean up. You're not gonna have blood in the way because of the rubber Dan protecting you. So I think that that this can work really really quite well, it's a system and the key is don't shortcut the system. Think about the system is being a step one through ten and we can't just do from one to four two nine two ten is not gonna work consistently for your can have problems like post op sensitivity issues, you're gonna have other dentists in your same group having to replace your dentistry. You're going to get the the stink eye of the office managers for problems like this. So I think that it's really critical that you follow a system and the thing that's amazing. Is that the system gets? Shorter and shorter shorter. But you don't skip steps. And that's the thing that that happens with continued competency with his this quest towards mastery. It's not that. You're short cutting those steps is that you're able to do those steps. More seamlessly in shorter period of time and have the same quality output. Does the what brand of composite are they all which wouldn't what buddy agent and composite to you recommend? I am a big fan of hers product called Optima on f l it is a fourth generation total edge system, and I've been using that for many many years, and I was we researched all the products that we could use it UCLA. And this is the product that we chose for our own students to learn with. And so if problems were occurring based on, you know, this product not being user friendly or issues with the students we'd hear about it really quickly. So we have a hundred students operating the clinic and in any given day, and we would see that there would be issues. So the dental school environment was a great place to this to to any proof of concept, and I happen to find this to be amazing product. It's just one extra step in the bonding procedure compared to a single step procedure. In a dozen take. A lot of time and post op sensitivity is is quite minimal the composites that I use are various and I do like three M'S products. I like the Phil Tech's Supremes. I think that they tend to be a little bit translucent for interior work in their little fussy in that respect. So sometimes I fall back on tried and true products like Hercules, x RV one of the older hybrid composites, very versatile product, it doesn't polish while in the interior. But it does provide us with the passively we need for maybe a class for restoration. Sometimes it's even good to have a couple of different types of composites. So have nice hybrid composite for building that class for restoration on the lingual. And then adding a micro NFL for the facial aspect of it for the surface. So that we can have a nicer finish. And a better looking restoration down the road. Because it's it's true that the Mike. Grefell Zanetto fills hold a better polish than the old hybrid composite materials. Well, if I have been what what is the biggest stress about an Emo D poster composite. They always say contacts or sensitivity deal. You talked the beginning about how you like the garrison fusion system and the v ring. So again, you just go back over contacts and sensitivities and those of the two biggest complaints, right? With convers first of all, you agree. That's the two biggest complaints. I do think it's exactly what's happening. And then there's about ten reasons for sensitivity to occur..
"phil tech" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"We already have a couple of things we sell it on EBay. What what have you? What should I know? And it's gone came in this morning scary. Where's it from the Andrew make sure we keep lists? So I can say thank you to people. Yeah. Ferraro came out with this specialty holiday box of chocolates, beautiful. Anyway, that's gonna also also the the the leader the guy who runs iheartradio, our friend. Bob Pittman, the the office called and said, they're sending something over that is not allowed to be given away on free box that his mind already call it. Nope. Back off bitch. Bob, Pittman bummy something new car. We had a good year. I hope it's a car to. I hope it's a plane that fits. Daniel report Danielle. What I do. Hope. It's nice that we can all travel. More will already have a plane it got jet blue. Say Elvis Durant on the morning show in the. All right. So billboard figured out the most popular twenty eighteen concert in every state and Taylor swift was the big winner with eighteen states the eagles and pink took four states apiece. So they basically looked at the highest grossing tours. They broke it down by region, and they came up with this rundown. Ed Sheeran made the most money on the road in two thousand eighteen I told you this the other day, but most of his touring was actually international Taylor swift reputation to our was number one in the United States. They go let's see Roberta all of the big also came out because you know, it's all about list right now. So there's a list of the biggest rock stories of twenty eighteen so Volkmann rhapsodies box office success success was up. There Fleetwood MAC firing Lindsey Buckingham ACDC in the studio weezer covering Toto's Africa and the electric light author stra touring North America for the first time in thirty seven years. Those were all your big rock stories Wow. or. Tori. The biggest rox tour of the year was Queen clean. Yeah. Well, that's up there. That's right up. My favorite. So Travis Scott has decided to join maroon five in the Super Bowl halftime show bucks. Find that shocking. I am hearing that Jay z is trying to talk him out of it. Because he disapproves of the way the NFL handled the national anthem protests controversy, right? And so he doesn't want that to happen. Super bowl. Fifty three goes down Sunday February third five there's a five thousand to one chance. The Cleveland Browns will be in it. Thousand to one chance. Yeah. Imagine how much money you would like if they pulled that crap out that would be ridiculous and nine oh two. Oh, the revival is in the works with the original castle, that's particle. And if you love Christmas, there's an awesome carpool karaoke Christmas Christmas mash up that James corden has given us one of my goals in two thousand nineteen is to have James corden, grace us with his presence. If you go to my Twitter is at Daniel venero, you cannot find it there. I have posted for you on Twitter. So Phil tech to your fifty five one hundred. Hey wondering if you could give shout out to my dad, nNcholas he was diagnosed with stage for colon cancer last July..
"phil tech" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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"phil tech" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Small guy like myself the elite there's plenty of them there's plenty of producer phil tech's ms weekend insists says there ever a time when bernie sanders is in on television talking about the one percent and it's so funny because the last time i checked bernie you want with one percent hass you want their money why do you want their money 'cause you want to put it into programs what why don't you guys decide you you every time i look every quarters recordbreaking revenues and again i laugh at the revelling why do you need our money said why you need my money fills money everybody's money so bad what is it about money that makes you i'll go rogge both keeps you in your fiefdom that's the big thing right there it keeps you in your fiefdom on the pest control company not much but it's mine in on a work hard for it never went to college just your typical guy was trying to make a living and for years they've just kicking a side and here comes the president yeah and remember small business owners hadn't been able to be you know they have enabled us corporations have them and a lot of small businesses they're not corporations they haven't set themselves up as corporations they've been able to shield their money and hide their money they're paying out through the knows they're paying out through the ears the asked the they're they're they're going to cut themselves and it's ridiculous what they go through it is ridiculous what they go through i have been there i am still there it is insane it is the little guy he's right it's the little guy in the little guy is the engine of this car of this country the little guy the little gap the momandpop shops then employ 234 employees those add up across the country in their hundreds and thousands of them and they want their opportunity john bernie looked at un says well because you're a company makes two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year china's somehow we need more that crap bernie crap i employ what do you do you bitch you wind your mom i employ uh you employ a few what assistance paid for by the government i employ paid for by knee so not only that i'm employing yours and i'm employing other people but this is what markedly goes that everybody's been talking about today and it does make.