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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:39 min | Last month

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"I met chris in like what's interesting is i know that you kinda come from a background of of aesthetics photography smile designed. Because that's kind of why they had you there. And i'm just curious like so. Photography was a part of the deal from the very beginning to. I'm thinking that right and that's even gotten better. It was maybe two or three years ago. I realized my camera was from dental school. And even our cameras are changed so much in what you can see below. A photo is so much different than what you can see with your eye. And so A huge development for me was changing my photography getting better without end posting cases. Just joining those communities in saying okay. Here's my work. How do i make it better and then realizing when people tell you how you can make it better other not being jerks about it like they really do want to help you and how we all improve as dentists so yeah. Photography is a big part but mapra there. i will never forget. Because a lot of mostly has to do with composite work and he said anyone who does porcelain to be thrown in jail under my seat tough statement and he probably meant it to. He probably actually had handcuffs. He's he wasn't that quick though so it was all right but he's he's got strong opinions and i'm okay with strong opinions but yeah i think that mind you. The guy that he worked with dennis hartley is is is really good at porcelain. So i mean it's a little well a and create i'll give him that but Was such a cool place It's a really cool place to take a class because you're overlooking michigan avenue. You know you're looking right if you're right across street from the wrigley building. It's very cool. Cosmetics got a great classroom. A mood has got a grade classroom but but the views a little better qazvin. I'm just saying whether the weather's bette better in moody's classroom. I'll say that for sure 'cause of frozen fireball. No no they don't. They had they had some breakfast stuff. They did not have. they didn't they. Didn't have they did not have truly is in the fridge. They did not have those energy drinks by the way it depends on who you ask clear that those are those are new energy drinks having three of them in the clinic. That's a different kind of energy. Drink really i. I would say for sure And we're not working patients and it was by mistake. There's a story there that we're not telling here today but if you need if you need to know the story you need to ask wade pilling. That's missing actually i. I do like moody's classroom because moody's classroom is like the way you put it together. Is everyone works. The cases up for for 'cause he's got a classroom where he does the lecture stuff and he's got like the lounge room lounge. It's it's it's kinda lounge right. It's like the proceed finance lounge exactly and basically that's where you guys kind of work all the cases up together and stuff like that because you know like the for the first part is the didactic stuff where you get to listen to these guys lecture and then you move into the lounge and actually get like a person and look at cases and stuff like that. He's got a good place to you. Don't get me wrong. It's not over michigan avenue. But it's the weather's better and you get to do a lot more surgery..

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"In except for live stuff which we have a whole. I could give you the if anyone really wants to know what we use like. Wants me to dig in on the podcast. Feel free to email me info dental hacks dot com. Maybe i'll put even a page up on the website. Just listing the gear in the how to. Because i've i've figured out a workflow that i'm pretty happy with so i can. I can do this stuff relatively quickly. And what's crazy is my workflow changes as i learned more over the years like i thought i knew a lot a couple years ago and now i even know a lot more. Youtube is vital to this stuff. It's amazing the things you can learn from youtube on how to how to do audio content. If i were smart. I'd probably have someone else. Just do it. I'm also a little bit of a control freak. I really like being able to to edit the stuff myself so. That's kind of what i've been doing with this stuff. It's it's a weird thing. Anyone wants to know more about how we put the podcast together. I'm happy to record. But i don't want to bore you either so it's kind of kind of a inside baseball thing on our mikes and what we're doing so before i go. I want to tell you a little bit about what's happening right now. This should be released on the eighteenth of november which gives you one day to get ready for our friends at zirk are having a really great probably the best pricing on the mr thirsty one-step twenty five packs. They are doing a single flash sale on thursday. November nineteenth Is a buy one. Get one deal on. Twenty five packs of mr thirsty. One step You go to the dental hacks dot com slash mr thirsty. No period in their dismissed thirsty. Dental dot com slash. Mr thirsty and you can get a terrific deal. Buy one get one on twenty five packs of the mr thirsty one one step and that's using coupon code d. Hbo go dental hacks. Buy one get one. D. h. b. o. g. l. us on the website and you'll get a great deal from zirk which is fantastic. Okay so the next thing the next place. That has a really good deal going coming up starting on. I believe it's on the day after thanksgiving. So what would that be. That'd be the twenty seventh They have a black friday deal. That's going to its dental online training. Our our friend. Dr dennis hartley in his company. He was on a couple of weeks ago on the main show. Now now this is a really interesting kind of deal if you've seen what he's doing over there at dental online training he it's all online. They have different lessons. You can get kit. That basically are the exact same thing that he's using in the lessons all kinds of classes. do composites. Smile design stuff. I it's run through the gamut. He is a really good teacher. He does really cool stuff. And so the their black friday deals going to include a huge discount on the premium membership. you're going to get a free kit that you can get. You're gonna get free private coaching from dennis. And then there's a bunch of valuable coupons from the sponsors that he uses what you're gonna do actually for all these deals you're going to go to dental hacks dot com slash blackfriday so this will have all the links that you need to go including including the one. I just gave you from zirk. It'll have all the links you need to go to so right now you can sign up to get more information about that and that starts black friday so the twenty seventh and then our last deal that we're going to tell you about is from our friends at yapi. Yapi has their software. Does a little of everything. It's got inter office communication paperless forms pace reminders. Managing reviews it's got you know. Basically anything paperless entry yuppies all over it. You can check it out. They have a bundle that they call the works and they're giving a deal on the works. Which is kinda cool. Because it's it will probably replace multiple services that you already paying for. It's probably gonna cost you less but even better than that. They're deal is starting november. Twenty seven th goes all the way through cyber this cyber week so black friday through the next week you're going to save twenty five dollars per month on the works package for an entire year and the wave of the setup fees. It's a really great deal. You go check that out again and again. You can find this all at dental hacks dot com slash blackfriday all the deals. You can figure out there in basically if there are any more they're gonna you're gonna find out there so dental hacks dot com slash blackfriday so all right guys. Thanks for listening. If you have any questions or comments about this stuff you can email info dot com or you can catch us on the dell hacks nation and if you have any suggestions for topics for us to cover or people that want to be on the show or guests that we should have on the show. Just let us know. We're all ears and we wanna make stuff that you wanna listen to so again thank tons. Us can you guys talk to you again next time..

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"And, now it's time for the gentle. Interview. Hello Dental hacks nation and welcome to another interview on the dental hacks podcast I'm Allen me joining me here. My style were co-host Jason. Lifts Kim what's happened, Jalen. Did Morning Adjective. I don't stalwart stalwart note. It means, but it sounds really good right so. We have with us against that. We have tried to get with us for the last like three months. I I literally wasn't sure was ever actually going to happen, but one of the I'm GonNa. Call the stable of cosmic speakers, which probably makes him feel sort of like a farm animal, but the stable of cosmonaut speakers Pretty Amazing Dentist Really Nice Guy Dr Dennis Hartley. Dennis, welcome to the show. Good. Morning Guys. Really Harrier really glad glad to be here. It's taken us a while, but we finally got their. Timing and technology. I know right well, so so dentist. Things are not good at you. Know Israel, so okay you are. You work with Cosby, but honestly one of your claims to fame. This is really funny. We've had we've had buddy on the show buddy Mapra of Cosmin several times, and it turns out that not only are you a fantastic cosmetic dentistry? Good teacher, but you also our partner to Buddy Mapra in a dental practice. Is that correct? That's it exactly twenty years about ash in that something. Okay, so tha I want to hear the story about how you met Buddy and how you came into work with budding, and I want to hear behind the scenes. What's it like to work with buddy? Always have so. Are there any curse words flooding? Yeah, you got a little magic button ready. We're ready. We're ready all right fantastic. Yeah, so Gosh I've been doing this for about thirty years now. This dental stuff and I was practicing in Chicago or in the suburbs of Chicago and I was practicing in the city. And had little dinky practice in a very blue collar area, and I was looking to get out of the neighborhood that I was in because the great neighborhood, but they couldn't really support. The type of Dennis Ross is trying to do So? One of my life! Sorry, go ahead, yeah! I get it you know and and when I'm teaching and all. I remember those days I remember them no, both finally and and with frustration. I think wherever you practice. There's going to be a certain amount of finest and frustration wherever you are. So my my practice was I was taking going through the spirit stuff. I took frank's first class in Seattle when he had separate from coys, and he opened up his his office to teaching, and I was one of the first ten people in his office with Bob Winner was in his office at the time sure. Learned all this sort of awesome stuff from spear, and I couldn't applied at all to where I was trying to practice. Whenever! Anyone ever feel that and their practice is. I see I ever took in my entire life. I graduated from Dental School in. May of Nineteen, ninety seven, and I got my license in the summer long story short I so I started practicing in late August early September went to a meeting up north in Michigan and Lo and behold it was it was frank, giving his facial aesthetics. Course like how is at that meeting? You're up, nor then Europe he was up in Alec Charter Voyeur. Creek at their meeting out, I didn't know that. Very continuing education that I ever took ever in my life, and so here I was looking at that going Oh. This is what dentists do. Yeah. Well you know it was. He was profound in my in my practice in my life, because when I first saw him in ninety, two or ninety three, the midwinter meeting Chicago. And I had dental partner at the time out a woman I, went to dental school with, and we were sitting at the midwinter, watching his stuff, and I was just blown away I never knew that dentistry could actually look like teeth right so we leave the meeting, and it was profound for both me and my partner, because we walk out and almost literally we look at each other I said. That's what I want to be doing. And she looks at me and says I'M APPLYING TO MED school. I I understand that no doubt and she actually applied to med school and she's A. She's a great internist and I mean it really. It really defined both of our both our careers so frank spirit essentially record dental careers. What you're saying, yeah, you know what and she was a wonderful Dennis, but she She really approached dentistry from very medical perspective, which was great heaven as a partner I. I'm so not that but really it helped open up her eyes about what what she could do or what you should be doing and same for me and so I was on this journey to try and do dentistry. That looked like teeth. And then through the years I was struggling in this practice to be able to do the dentist that I was learning from Franken, Dawson and others. and. So the you want the long story the short story I want to hear it. All baby are hurry while all right, so here's a story, so I'm am in Chicago and I was very poor. In this very small practice and I mean I'm really just trying to scratch out a living and. I couldn't really afford to take vacations. At the time was I was volunteering at Children's Memorial Hospital and on Thursday evenings playing with kids and I. It was a great opportunity to you know they give back and I was working on the cancer ward. Now's your with the kids, so the parents could actually go out and have some time and grab some food, or whatever or just get away. and I met. And from that experience needed vacation so I ended up volunteering at a at a cancer camp in Lake Geneva I'm. Sure it was one week, and it was just playing with kids know dentistry just hanging out playing with kids. And I met another dentist who sort of doing the same, and he was a pediatric dentist, so if you don't nobody mapra used to be a pediatric dentist days. That's how he got to start. He was doing bonding on kids. And the MOMS of these kids would come in and say Dr Mapra my you know they'd have spaces on their teeth or teeth and back in the day. There Dennis wanted to prep thirty-three. PFM Crown And so you know they sort of Badger him. And finally buddy started working on the MOMS of these kids doing bonding, and you know very conservative dentistry. And that sort how his whole career sort of took off. So, he had he loved what say FM Crowns. Your, we'll talk about buddy. I mean he's such a phenomenal Dennis in incredible mentor so anyhow, so the pediatric Patrick Dennis. That was volunteer with me. He had an associate that was part time with him, and she was part. Time embodies practice up in the suburbs. so this after Dennis. We got as I got to know him. He kept on badgering me that you need to be a mom practice. And so I've been going through the spear stuff and found Bob Winner and seeing all these group porcelain stuff and I just sucked. Composites got awful. Awful. Hope for US I mean honestly I was awful. I M and I'm going to these meetings and I'm learning about how composites like an old k temporary material. But no real dentist would actually do. Composites expect them to be a definitive restoration, so I was completely brainwashed by all these ceramics and I was literally taking. HANDS ON COURSES WITH LAB technicians on how to lear porcelain was I. was I mean I was really I was? House balls deep into the stuff you know. Illness stuff. So I I really SORTA held off with buddy because I'd seen him. Lecturing and stuff was fantastic, but it didn't work in my hands and so. Finally they had they had had failed associate positions in that practice, so his buddy, and then the pediatric dentists, and they kept on trying to get an someone, did you restorative dentistry and adults and they're having crash and burn after crash and burn. So finally I said Okay I'll go up and talk to buddy. That I didn't really think anything was going to come of it. And so we sat down and did dinner, and I frankly told.

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on KTOK

"Indicted good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news some weather relief our forecast is coming up and Oklahoma City federal grand jury indictment charges nineteen people with conspiring to distribute large amounts of heroin into Oklahoma from sources in Mexico California Nevada and Texas bill melodic is with the Drug Enforcement Administration the Drug Enforcement Administration along with partners from numerous federal state and local tribal forces enforcement agencies had dismantle the heroin trafficking organization responsible for distributing large amounts of this dangerous drug across the state of Oklahoma seventeen of the defendants were arrested Tuesday and agencies more than sixteen pounds of heroin that's enough for more than thirty thousand doses agents also sees methamphetamine guns and cash Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh's appeals attorney has been disbarred the California office of Attorney regulation council disbarred seventy seven year old Dennis Hartley after he admitted a series of client related wrongdoings partly also failed to report drunk driving and impaired driving convictions I'm a Skokie federal judge puts the man at the center of the John Grisham novel the innocent man on the path to potential freedom here Jim Forsyth US district judge James Payne is ruled there was a reasonable doubt the Carl funded should have been convicted in nineteen eighty eight in the nineteen eighty four kidnapping and killing of eight a convenience store clerk Denise Haraway funded knows case was also the focus of a net flex documentary series the number of people I'm able to repair a student loans is on the rise Tracy Carrasco reports a New York federal reserve the reason quarterly household debt survey may not have flash recession signs but it.

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Listen to it on the way to work. Don't act nation welcome back to another daily are shorter yet for those of the short mm-hmm we were. We focus one time for a few minutes with interesting people this morning. Interesting person in question is dr arti bulker already. How are you doing. I'm doing great allan. Thank you so much for having me back. Yeah we gotta have you are sort of a fixture on the dental x podcast and like a barnacle that you can't thank you hard. It's hard we scraped and scraped and yet he's still here. It's amazing so he's got a course coming up. He's giving at cosmic this pretty exciting because i think the very first time i met you in person was at cosmonaut. Yeah i think we met at a one of jason's course yeah yeah. It was weird because you weren't you weren't taking the course course per se you might have been volunteering to like help with the hands on or something i yeah you might have been in chicago for something else and just came up for the i don't know it was it was pretty pretty. Crazy 'cause like one minute. I'm watching jason lecture next minute. I'm looking out that glass door that they have and there's a dude whose face i've seen a lot of times on the interwebs but i hadn't actually seen in person so there it was it was a great time plus. I hurdle you guys. Were coming so i wanted to see jason. Matt kosta yeah was there. You were there. They were all. Was there everyone everyone was there. The gang was there man. We're getting the band back together. I had a big big case. I guess a foremost i had to just get over. I was giving a course <hes> near the airport but i took the train in which it was an interesting experience all on its own especially a guy from new york it was it was kinda fun but anyway great to to to run into everyone there so that's actually the first time we met in person. Who's the trip okay so. Let's just talk a little bit about okay there. The qazvin and the center for excellence is basically the classroom in the sky overlooking looking michigan avenue in chicago and i've talked about it a million times. I literally when we were in chicago for spring. Break this year with my kids. I took them up to cosmic because it's such a great view in like that. My kids had never seen tall buildings like that before and i'm like well you know what tall buildings can we have them. Look out of await cosmonaut. It has a tall building with a great window so literally took our kids up to carbon and got a chance to look out the windows and stuff. I know as as already secure easy impressed clearly you're easily impressed but <hes> it was awesome. I love the cosmetics a really cool classroom and now you get to be the guy in the front of the classroom. Tell me a little that yeah so it's a it's pretty exciting. It's my first official course at the center for aesthetic excellence <hes>. I've been a proctor for few courses. I actually did a course with cosma dent at the a. c. D. months back down <hes> a great group as you. You know a great group to be with and tasso asthma and is like figures wildly importantly at the a c._d. So yeah absolutely so i'm i'm. I'm very much looking forward to this course. It's a it's a it's a good course in that. It's what we call a level one course and there's a few even these really really great clinicians who are doing level one courses <hes> dennis hartley is going to be doing level one of course <hes> with buddy mapra. Matt costa's going to be doing one. I think even corky wilhite the height is doing one and the sort of the philosophy if you will behind the level one courses. Is that it i mean. I love doing direct composite. Is it to me. That's that's definitely my passion procedure. If you will <hes> but i remember when i started i would see all these these beautiful works and things like that and see how how do you do that so there would always be a lot of trepidation or even better. How about this one. You're at lunch all of a sudden. You've got a phone call. Well you know mrs johnson fell cracked tooth number nine <hes> and she needs something because she has to go to her. Granddaughter's graduation exactly it's always something like oh always elway's in forty minutes right right and and and you have to do it and there is no you know you can't are we'll bring you back. We'll impress. You'll have the lab wax. Whacks you up for a crown. You have to do something immediately <hes> and so you know you. You pucker a little bit right. You know you get that little of right at the pit of your stomach and i remember that feeling and the the point of these courses is to set you up for success so that kind of if especially if you're interested in it and you really kind of have a a a desire to learn it <hes> what we do is we try to take you from the very very foundational aspects of things like like a smile design of things like color theory shape portion of all those things were want to to make it so that if you're a beginner and you're really very inexperienced this will lay a good foundation for the level two and level three courses that cosmic since <hes> c. ee offers but also if you're kind of an experienced practitioner and you wanna come to basics and then kind of take those basics to a more advanced technique. That's <hes> going to the kind. Of course i think for you. It sounds to me like you. I mean the the rationale or the the schedule has hands on that that goes goes from basic <hes> single single tooth or i'm sorry single shade veneers like a honestly in my office. That's probably the most common knbr cosmetic procedure. I'm doing a lot of times. It's it's the person who's actually got quite a bit of decay in the interior and they want their teeth. Look nicer and word we're not trying to do. Do you know layering in halos in that sort of thing. We're really trying to make their teeth at brown. Look white kind of thing in your starting. You're starting kind of with that and then you actually even by the time the courses over you will have done some later and you will have done some. Some multiple shade veneers that sort of thing i it's. I mean it's which is awesome. You're in it's all interior. There's no fear in this courses all interior right so you get to kind of focusing on the nitty gritty of smile stuff rather than try to because a lot of times it cosmic. They're covering a lot the ground this is interior only and it's for people who just want to up their interior direct composite skills whether they've got a lot of experience. We're not very much experience right so you made a great point about that single shade composite veneer because <hes> i've done some demos just kind of teasers for the course and a lot of people said that that looks really nice but i wouldn't do that in my practice but what i hope to single shaded veneers they're absolutely probably the beden bread-and-butter if you will of of kind of my direct work but there are ways especially with sort of the the the stable of products what's that cosmic has available to if you want to enhance very easily the <hes> sort of the the aesthetic effect of your restorations we can do that so basically the my thought was to start with a single shade because we wanna learn things like shape especially. We're going to do an exercise on on the single central <hes> which is everybody's favorite the one yeah but everybody's it's really funny. I was thinking about this earlier this morning for we talked like there are are so many situations indirect composite that are the the nightmare like the single shade like the single central as the classic one or the or the poster to where you really have to reach contact in your mind. You're like oh. That's really rare. It's not rare. It's the heartbeat but it's not it happens all the time it absolutely and the other is if you're going to try and do a crown on that single central good free and lock good luck. It is what i always do. Just blame the lab so hold on. I'm sorry didn't work. The lab messed it up there. You can blame the lab but the you know you're still there still wearing a temporary temporary for a long time. That's the best because you always make the temporary look awesome and then the the central. The single crown comes back and it looks like a nightmare so i always say direct composite. How's your better bet because you just have more control over at chair side right and.

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"We can all appreciate good continue education. There's nothing better than sharpening the saw with new techniques and procedures, but here's the deal. I've got two little kids in my ability to travel is limited even setting the cost side the time that you have to commit to travel for C is productive time away from your office and time away from your family. So how about online see? Well, it's hit or miss. There's some great stuff out there. But you kind of lose the hands on part until now. Introducing dental online training this innovative platform was invented by Dr Dennis Hartley to give dentists terrific hands on continuing education without the expense and time away from home. Here's how it works. You sign up for a course dental online training send you a box full of all the goodies you'll need to follow along with the bite-sized exercises. They literally send you the exact materials that Dennis's showing in the course, right down to the type it on. You can view the courses on any device, and you go through the exercises as many times as you like Dennis is terrific teacher. He's been doing this for twenty. Plus years, you have access to him at anytime if you have questions or concerns, and you can even show your work in the growing dental online training community Dennis gave away two hundred free courses in the dental hacks nation earlier this month, and he's going to do it again soon. In the meantime, go sign up at dental hacks dot com slash DOT and you'll receive his amazing CPR for the warned and Titian course, for free dental online trainings gonna change hands on CD for the better. It's cost effective and it saves you time travel expense. It's an ideal way to get amazing. Canoeing it go. Check it out at dental hacks dot com slash DOT and get your free course. Welcome to the dental hacks. Daily dental heck's podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work. Hello dental heck's nation. Welcome to another episode of the dental heck's daily where we usually do a shorter version more focused on stuff this morning. I'm to do something a little different. I'm going to do a little solo action long story short every few years. It seems like journalists need to take a pot shot at the profession of dentistry. I think we all are familiar with this the whole see civil wine thing if you here's back. She's dental school. It was the Reader's Digest article came out saying how you know one guy that went to a bunch of dust got a million different plans. How horrible we are profession not standardized, and blah, blah, blah. And and so the most recent one came out last week the title was in the Atlantic title was the truth about dentistry. So today, I'm going to talk a little bit about that article in in an article that I I wrote as a rebuttal. So let's take a quick break in here from our friends at local mid jump into that. 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So last week in article entitled the truth about dentistry came out, the author's name is fairest Jaber. He wrote it for the Atlantic in basically. What was frustrating about this article to me is that there was quite a bit of good stuff in there. But it was mixed in with a punch at Joe, basically that was kind of unsubstantiated at some really really nasty stuff. Honestly, what was crazy though, is that like a lot of the takes that he had about it was not bad. Right. Like, he has some criticisms about the scientific basis of dentistry. And these are criticisms that we've actually talked about on the show. I kind of think that I kind of think that he might be right about some of that. And it's not to say that our treatments are not based in science at all. Because I think I think for the most part they're based on the science that we have it's more criticism of the fact that science itself is not all that red hot medical. I don't think the medical profession is is any better in the situation than dentistry. And I think his point is that medicine is super science-based. And they've really got the evidence based figured out where dentistry is lagging it. I don't really we may not have as formal of evidence based dentistry concept spreading throughout the profession. But the reality is is that the research is is kind of bad across the board actually all scientific research kind of his there was a research paper published in two thousand five in the journal called P L O S med in. The guy's name is John I night, he's a researcher and professor at Stanford in the title was why most published research findings are false. Basically. He goes through a bunch of reasons why are scientists not probably as good as we think it is. And I believe that's when when I hear people say that that dentistry is based in science tend to think, okay? When you say that which you really mean is that the science that we have in the sense that we base it on maybe. Not as good as we think it is. That's all that's all. I can see because I think I think you'll find most dental treatments are based in sight. So he was really critical of dentists for that. He basically took the idea that dentistry isn't base in evidence and said because it's not based in evidence that dentists over treat it was a really weird. It was a huge jump. It was in what's more than that. He he frames the whole article behind this case in California where one dentist was was accused. And settled by doing massive over troop like like the way that he he told this case, I don't know what the reality of the situation was, but the way he described this case is I mean, it was massive over treatment. And basically, this this older dentist had a bunch of heavy patients had done a ton of work on a lot of these people a younger dentist Batas practice and looked back in that he's not making nearly as much money as the guy was in the beginning. It's because this guy was treating them on. Ethically. He did a ton of research. He sued the guy, and then the patients started doing the guy for work that didn't need to be done. Which is clearly it's a super ugly deal. Bottom line is if the guy did that he was a rat. But that's not typical in dentistry as far as I as far as I've seen. There's obviously a few people that maybe maybe do that stuff that do fraudulent stuff. That's, but I think that that's more about being a human being than it is. Dentistry in general. So he starts with that story. Then he goes on to describe how the evidence base in dentistry is really bad. And because of that this kind of over treatment stuff happens. The frustrating thing is that the weighty tells the stories I just gotta read some of the first he super down on dentists like I listened to this. I read I read what he wrote, and I'm like man live. This guy's definitely had some bad experiences. The best paragraph in the whole thing was this. I'm gonna read a couple of actually because they're both. They're both get they they put you in the guys mindset, we have a fraught relationship with dentists as authorities in casual conversation, we often dismiss them as not real doctors in quote regarding the Moore's mechanics, but that disdain is tempered by fear for more than a century dentistry has been half-jokingly compared to torture survey suggests that up to sixty one percent of people are apprehensive about seeing the dentist. Perhaps fifteen percent are so anxious that they've waived the dentists almost entirely in a smaller percentage have genuine phobia requiring psyche. After intervention when you're in the dentist chair, the power balance between practitioner and patient becomes a palpable. A masked figure looms over your body. Wielding power tools, sharp metal instruments doing things to your mouth. You cannot see asking you questions. You cannot properly answer in judging you all the while the experienced simultaneously invokes, physical danger, emotional vulnerability and mental fitness a cavity or receding gum line can suddenly feel like a personal failure. When a dentist declares that. There's a problem that something must be done before. It's too late who has the courage or expertise to disagree when he pointed spectral smudges on an next hour. We to know what's true in other medical context, such as physical, general practitioner or cardiologists, we are fairly custom to seeking a second opinion before green to surgery or expensive regimen of pills with harsh side it, but in the dentist's office, perhaps because we both dread dental procedures belittle their medical significance the impulses to comply without much consideration to the whole thing over with quickly as possible. So that's that's pretty negative. I I just as I read through this. I came to a couple conclusions that a there were some things that would be worth talking about. There are things that that would be. We're talking about to the general public about dentistry that maybe the evidence base could be better. What's what's wrong with science? That's one thing in that. There are some dentists that over treat in what's good way to what's a good way. To know if your dentist is is maybe over treating those are things probably worth talking. But clearly that's not what this guy was interested. He did a bunch of stuff that basically made it Dr clicks, just another way use dentists as a punching bag, and it was very frustrating to read I'm gonna take another break here. So we can hear message from our friends at Microsoft dental. Change

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

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It's actually showing you how to do it. It's it's a really smart way to do things. The other thing that dental online training is getting to be famous for at least on the dental hacks nation is cool free stuff. So if you sign up for an account at dental online training, I gotta do is sign up. Dennis is gonna give you the lecture portion of CPR for the warned and Titian which is a pre Pentastar core. Everyone sees warranty. Like crazy. No one really knows what to do with them. We'll Dennis here to teach you how it's a really cool course. And you get free just for signing up at delong line training. So go check it out at dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Dennis has a variety of courses. You can take care. They're inexpensive. They're very well done. This is how CE is going to be we've seen the future, and it is dental online training. Again, check it out dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Got a crown prep on the schedule. You know, it's going to be awesome. Because you know, you have a brand new crown prep Bir. It's the best thing ever to be able to use a new birth. Every time it's one of the great reasons to use Microsoft dental single patient use Burs now, they would like you to do what they're calling the Neo diamond challenge. They think they're Neo diamond is going to match or beat the current Burr you use crown preps. So they want you to go to dental dot com slash challenge in they want you to request a Neo diamond sample. It's a crown prep. Bor. It's a really nice Burr around in taper. Course, it is an awesome Burr, and they're going to send you and they want you to put it up to the burger using now to prep grounds invade think. And I have to say I think you're going to really like it it preps release smoothly prep so quickly nothing better than a new, bur. Every time for quick preparation thrill cost effective. Don't have to sterilize them. They never get dull kind of. Most of all worlds as far as I'm concerned again. Go take the Neo diamond challenge at dental hacks dot com slash challenge. And try micro copy chrome prep for it's gonna change your life. A new bur every time micro copy dental. Welcome to the dental hacks. Daily dental heck's podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work dental hacks nation. Welcome back to another dental hacks daily. We've very special guest in. It's it's a very special topic with me today again against Dr Jason Smith, and Jason how are you doing? I'm doing. Okay, I'm hanging in there. So bearing up. Yeah. I'm trying to trying to dental hacks daily is is a shorter podcast. And we usually focus on one topic. Like, we do like fifteen ten fifteen minutes on a pretty focus topic. That's that was the that was what we always hope that. We don't always do that. If everyone who listens. The podcast knows who Jason because we've had him on a bunch of times. He's always good to listen to he. But he's kind of a special friend of mine because I I would like to I wish I could be him. And I don't think I can I'm not sure you do. We have more in common than I ever knew. What you wish book that's fair? That's fair. But so Jason a lot of people like Jason came on the scene for me dental town got it was fifteen years ago in an you what what you were. Yeah. I know didn't we all? Well. Full stop bad. So what was cool about? It was there's this guy from the UK who's putting up these these photos of first off it was beautiful. Rub rubber dam pictures typically quadrants of before and after composites in and with all the detail all the layering all it was a lot of times post ears in lake literally people like me didn't realize that composite could be done like that. Like like, I composite was always sort of a white filling material. Yeah. Exactly anatomically that look like a tooth, you know, and, but I'm not gonna lie to you that the composites all all good and everything, but you are one of the first people I saw that placed rubber dam in such

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"What if you could take really good see I mean, really good see in the comfort of your home without even having to get off the couch. Well, now, you can our friends at dental online training specifically, Dr Dennis Hartley who's been on the show before created dental online training for this very reason. Some of the cool things about light training is unbelievably good production value like Dennis tons of the hands on stuff directly under a microscope with high definition cameras. It's awesome. But more than that when you sign up for a course, they send you the exact same materials type it on matrices all the stuff that in. It's actually showing you how to do it. It's it's a really smart way to do things. The other thing that dental online training is getting to be famous for at least on the dental hacks nation is cool free stuff. So if you sign up for an account at dental, online, trainings, all you gotta do sign up. Dennis is gonna give you the lecture portion of CPR for the warned and Titian which is a pre Pentastar course, everyone sees warranties. Like crazy. No one really knows what to do with them. We'll Dennis is here. Teach you how it's a really cool course. And you get free just for signing up Adele dental online training, so go check it out at dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Dennis has a variety of courses. You can take care. They're inexpensive. They're very well done. This is how CE is going to be we've seen the future, and it is dental online training. Again, check it out dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Patients expected Venus they wanna be able to find you wherever they're looking and they want to be able to make their own appointments on their own time. Our friends at local mid can make that happen for you. What's really cool about it is your patients can get a look at your schedule. No matter where they find you. For instance, let's say they find you on a Google search. They can make an appointment directly from there. Let's say they're looking on Facebook seem story health grades yelp wherever they're looking you'll be there, and they can actually make an appointment directly where they're looking kind of mazing local meta understands that your schedule is really important. So they let you customize it any way that you might want to for instance, maybe you just want to be able to fill your hygiene schedule, or maybe you want new patients to be able to book, their own appointments, whatever you want they can customize and patients can find this schedule wherever they find you. It's brilliant. Our friends at local mid really wanted to give it a try so go check it out dill dot com slash local Ned sign. Up there. You can get a free demo. And if you do sign up you'll get ten percent off your setup fee. It's a great deal on a really cool product. Check it out don't hacks dot com slash local. Welcome to the dental hacks. Daily dental heck's podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work dental hacks nation. Welcome back to another dental axe daily. We have a very special dental Hex daily usually have focused topics with one guest. But today, we have three guests, and it's a very special episode because we are going to be talking about a new venture in the dental hacks journey. We are spinning a new pot off of the dental is so exciting really stand. Now, you know that last year almost a year ago like from right this second. We started a group that didn't another Facebook group that was specific to clinical stuff dental clinical stuff, we call it the clinical hacks, and it was going pretty good for while. And it sort of died down in it's just within the last month or so gotten a real shot the arb- because these three guys have decided to commit themselves to making this group. Go. Oh in in that spirit. We're also going to have a weekly podcast that we're gonna call the clinical hacks podcasts. So joining me to explain their their vision, I should say for the clinical hacks are the clinical hacks themselves. We have Dr Kevin fryer doctors Zach minors in Dr Matt Jones. How are you guys doing? Grandpa grant alad. Alright. So Kevin tell us a little bit about what are we doing here? Why do we have this group in white? Why are we starting this bucket? All right. So we wanted to create a group where people could feel comfortable to post clinical questions to get questions answered to interact with each other in free forum where there's no time outs or penalties for not posting a photo or any sorta kinda silly childish rules that we could all be adults in there and being an adult being sometimes you can have a little bit of fun. Make a joke. But also learn we sort of want this forum in this podcast to be more bread and butter focus, maybe a little bit more skewed for the younger dentist shirt, something that everybody can learn from I like that. I like them. So let's just say I wanna put up an L O L Meam in reference to someone's post is that. Okay, guys. What are you encouraged courage? Yes, we like to laugh will I will like get muted for something or any. What's what's mute? I like that answer. Do I have to post picture with everyone of my my posts in the clinical, heck nude? Just as long as it's a picture of you, nude Ellen. You can post all you want. I don't have to post. You can post a question without a photo. What if you're a dental student, can you can you post in our group? So this is something I feel really strongly about that. I have a Hartford these dental students there they've got a lot to learn. And I think that we owe it as a profession to sort of bring them along. So Donald students out there. You're listening to this or you will be listening to this. Or you're in the group ready? There's no such thing. As a dumb question, you have leaders in the field in in that group that can answer your questions. That's excellent. So I this exciting in what do you guys for C for the podcasts? Like what how long's it gonna be? What what what are you gonna do? Are you gonna you gonna have question and answers, you have special guests? What's your thought process here? Allen, do you? Remember, the podcast cereal. Yes. It's going to be nothing like that nothing in like cereal. Very good. Is that Ciro season one two or three that it's going to be nothing? Like, I don't remember. I didn't listen to the other seasons sides. He's one. So I can't. Three in Cleveland, so shout out to our criminal Justice system. But Zach why don't you take that away? Well, I think we're going for you're going to be in for about twenty five to thirty minute episode each week. And it's going to be a MAC and Kevin. And I kick it around, and I just kind of one specific topic and trying to get kinda dialed it on that one topic and. Can I going through how we would do a certain procedure? How we how we handle certain material or just start basic about presses. And a good question. You should ask yourself is wireless into us. And that's a good question. It's all of us are mid-career Dennis like, Kevin where where are you at with your your dental career role pretty experienced, well, I'm into it. So I'm at the tail end, but I've been through all the trials and tribulations. I do think that's our strength that we have various angles of how we and experience levels. Max is when did you graduate? You're at least ten years in our sure. Yeah, I'm cash fourteen years in L most. So, you know, been in long enough to see things fill a couple of times. Isn't it the truth to isn't that like the line to draw you'd be grizzled veteran FTSE your own stuff start to fail, but I'm so closely imperfect now. Yeah. But you know to kind of answer for that. I mean, I think the format that he kind of shooting for with this is is the conversations we all have a sea of aunts. And you know, we're just a couple of regular s Dennis just kind of Tulsa around ideas. And you hear about a product to hear about technique. And and that's what this is kind of out about three regular s Dennis just talking about how they do day-to-day industry and just hoping that listener might hear something they haven't heard of before. Addition. We wanna make the clinical hacks Facebook group a forum for you guys shape, the podcast, you know, we're gonna take threads from that. Where you're asking your questions, and hopefully, we can turn that into episode. So it's gonna be a very listener driven listener driven podcasts worksite at about. It's really cool because okay. The original the original dental hacks had we split things almost half and half between brain trust where we had roundtables and guest, and we've for one reason or another a lot of times it's just because it's more difficult to to. We don't have as many brain trust as we used to in this in a way, this is kinda like that brain trust. We've we've got we've got that situation. Now, you're did you say how long you were going to try and make these episodes? Well, how long are we aiming for these she for twenty five to thirty? That's I think that's a really what's interesting is that the daily is shorter than the the Friday show is was three times long as that. So this is an interesting thing is we're going for a. Shorter. Like, if you've got a long commute, you might get an episode and a half of this just saying that it's true. Now, we have a link for every commute we kind of do we kind of do in. We're fixing idiom and learn exact you guys are solidly medium. Should get about that. Medium medium, though, the second. So what kinds of topics are, you know, what kinds of topics have you guys thought to cover? What do you think? Like, for instance, what are you gonna talk about tonight after we're done recording us upset? Let's see tonight. We've got we're talking about extractions, basically directions. And I believe when you are. Here are episode next week. You're going to be listening to just what three different Dennis use for their composites and talked about what they used and why there's restored of topics. It pressuring just you know, we're just kind of breaking down everything that we do and what we use. And why we use it? Well, interestingly too, you guys kind of recorded. We recorded an episode of. I don't know a couple months back where we were talking about Endo for General Dennis. It was used three on it. And that's kind of where we decided this head some legs. Right. Because it was sort of a you guys had chemistry together sounded way hotter than it meant to. But. I'll just leave that there. And clearly it was fun. And you guys did a really good job. And then and then I think we all met up at Boise dentistry, and what happened there. Well, we all in a hotel room together. Yeah. That was that was something else totally separate at this this hatched at three episode was recorded live live in Scottsdale. So it's it's been brewing for a few months. That's still like it. When it comes out. You know, it's it's very cool. So if anyone's curious they want to hear the original episode was dental hacks podcast to twenty three we call the brain trust does Endo and it was these three guys on with Jason. And it was a good time. And then you guys sat down face to face at voice dentistry record your first episode, and we've done some recording since then I I'm real happy with it. What will happen to is? If any of these guys can't be there, probably Jason and myself rotate in and sit in the chair because we're all, you know, restorative dentist doing stuff. So it'd be very cool. I'm looking forward to it. I think it's cool that we're going to spend this thing off. I think that it will. Bring an angle that we haven't really necessarily hit the purely clinical stuff. I'm are you guys excited that you're you're the purely clinical guys feeling pressure about that? A lot is I I know I'm not the sharpest clinical hack in the in the bunch, but I'm still excited to talk about just some good basic regular dentistry. So I think it's going to be I think it's gonna peel to the averaged into the average Brax, I think it's real world stuff. I greet. Now, you know. Okay. So you know, that I'm a fan boy of Dr Jason Smithson, and he is he is clinically maybe the most excellent dentist I've ever seen. And I love hearing from him to get me wrong a love here. But this is this is aimed toward regular dentist doing regular dentistry on a regular basis in how our day to day stuff works in in what's working in our hands pretty excited about that. I think living on Facebook and Instagram and all that stuff. Maybe that kind of dentistry doesn't get a fair shake all the time. Is that is that what you guys are thinking? Absolutely. And I mean, I I think one thing will bring to the table is. You know, everything can't be dental pornography? And there's an element of officiency to has to be there in a in a private practice in kind of tell how we do things efficiently. And simply, but what you guys take insurance.

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Years. Lipscomb method. It's. Just just do it. High used to think that the answer was have your patients move. But I had a bunch of a move on the trouble is when things go wrong, they fly back. Remember where he our problem? It's really funny. My okay. So my dad sold his practice five years ago. And he he does removable in my office on Tuesday afternoons, he's still in the game. He likes everyone what we're really finding. We're finding a bunch of his his patients, particularly the ones that have had like implant removed based removable that you know, for years ago. He did a long time ago. Those implants are either failing or the attachments are all messed up in like the dentists they're going to now have never seen such thing. Like just are not familiar with any of its all sudden, we're becoming this referral practice for my dad's from twenty five thirty years ago. And it's okay, he likes doing it. But it is sort of it is sort of funny. How that works. You know? And the parts issue is a real issue. That's where that's where the three D printing. I think is going to save us or something like that. Because I mean, there are I sure there's implants an implant case coming in two weeks that the parts are not available. So we're gonna have to figure out what the heck we're going to do absolutely. Seen. I've seen people do old old school stuff to the situations where they remain out and do a cast post and core. Take an impression of the interior. Yeah. I mean, it's that's the kind of stuff that the eighties was like all the time. Some of the stuff was so bad. Some of the bonus were so. Yeah. So I have a couple questions from from our Facebook group of the dental hacks nation in we we we cut most of the questions out 'cause because they were bordering on offensive. But I did have one question. Why did you lose the mustache? When you speak. You had the mustache nineties added anyhow, so when I grew up my dad was really strict, and and it was all about athletics. And you know, I went sort of working for him. He was a mechanic. I started working in his gas station when I was thirteen and he would he literally would walk me across the street to the barber in Intel the barber that my cut my hair, and it can't be longer than one inch. So I. I got out of high school. I went to college. And as soon as I no longer was living at home immediately stopped going to the Barbara. So I let my hair down onto my shoulders. And that was seventy one. So then I was playing football in college and my idol bag ban. Was it was a big Miami. Dolphins fan. You know, they're they're ura and Jim kickin. Larry's Aung within lax they both had mustaches. So I went to do to a day football practices in August of seventy two. And I thought what the Hapag the long hair, I might as well do the mustache. And so I just quit shaving grew mustache, August of seventy two and I never shaved it until two thousand five I went thirty whatever that is thirty three years and one day. I literally out of nowhere sought ahead this much as thirty three years wonder what I looked like doubt it, and it was a true story at some so stupid to say this. But I literally went and I shaved half of it often looked in the mirror to see how it would look not like you have a choice. Choice. Now, did not the other. But it was like, and then once I shaved it off all of my friends like batter in so I won't grow my wife likes better without so that's and that's really only question yet. I've occasionally shaved the I've I've had the same beard for quite some time. And I'll shave it every once in a while. And and I I live with regret until I can never been a good choice for me, Dr Franklin we've been going for an hour. And this feels like if you like just we just started. This was fantastic. I spend the time with us this really great. My pleasure. You guys. So. Yeah. Wasn't where we expecting it to go. But you never know. It's. As I said. Yeah, I didn't know where it was going to go either. Now since I had just done that lab thing if he makes ago that seemed like it at least kickoff with so important. We ended with the mustache. So I feel like I feel like we went all certain this will be happy. Yeah. That's right Franks. Thanks so much for being on with us on. All right. Allan. Thank you. Jason. Dental hacks nation. I wanna tell you little bit about product use pretty much every day from Qazvin talked about it before. But I kind of can't tell you enough how much I like it. It's called Miramax. It's a provisional material. It comes in a bunch of shades. A one eight two eight three b one in bleach the things I like about it for one thing. I love the fact that it comes in ten milliliters syringe it comes in ten millimeter and then the fifty milliliter, which is the bigger kind of gun defense one. I love the small syringes though. They're really great. They're they're small. They don't take up much room on your tray in they're ready to go. I just love that. I love him so much that I'm given one away to the first person that emails me info at dental hacks dot com. In. Here's how you're gonna win. You have to put the word mirror image in the subject line of your Email in I'm gonna send you your choice of shades. One of these ten leader syringes because they're so darn cool. I absolutely love him. What is Dr Dennis Hartley? Say about this material. I find this material very nice to work with it. Trims Easley has a wonderful sense of vanilla while trimming has a nice working time. And I'm able to obtain an excellent final polish and finish. All that is true. The vanilla thing is kind of awesome in weird because you don't really think of temporary material smelling nice. But it does when you trim it. It's nice and stiff so trims release. You never have to like over trim your margin. It's a great material. I use it all the time. If you want to try it be the very first, I'm only giving away. One be the very first person to Email info dental dot com with the word mirror image in the subject line. And I'm gonna send you a syringe this stuff. Go check it out at dental hacks dot com slash mirror image. They're doing some amazing things over there in Chicago. Thanks a lot for. Supporting the show cabinet. Dental

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"One of the things I really like about working with micro copy dental is the fact that you can test drive just about everything they've got before you buy that is a company that is pretty proud in pretty confident of their product right now, Mike copy is offering what they call the Neil diamond challenge in what it is. We're going to go to dental hacks dot com slash challenge. And you're gonna go check out their one one one six point eight c round in taper. Now, this is like the ideal crown prep Bor this probably similar which us right now, you're going to request a sample. They're going to send you one and you're gonna put it up against your regular crown prep Bor, and you'd be blown away by the quality, the sharpness and the ease of use this Berg is you. And you're gonna think yourself I need to be using single patient. You spurs. This is crazy and I'm not doing I'm confident that's going to happen. They let you do this in the same way that you get to test drive a new. Car before you buy. It's awesome. It won't cost. You a thing in it's going to change the way you prep teeth. So go check it out. The Neil diamond challenge again dental hacks dot com slash challenge. A new bur every time micro copy dental. Dental hack station. This is pretty exciting. We gave away two hundred free courses from dental online training last week. Unbelievable. The reception was insane. Dr Dennis Hartley said we want to give away two hundred free courses, and boom they were given away. So Dennis wants to keep giving. He loves the dental hacks nation, he loves podcasts, and he has a product that. I am certain you're gonna love he's giving away a digital copy of his course, called CPR for the wounded Titian. We've talked about it a lot on the show. Basically, this is the course that helps you do transitional bonding that allows you to open a patient's bite to treat worn dentition to help patients with sleep apnea. It is a very comprehensive course, he's giving this to you all you have to sign up dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Sign up you get three hours worth of online content for free from Dennis himself. He's giving stuff away. So he can make you aware of this amaze. Amazing platform. He's created called dental online training literally is the highest value online content. You've seen for dental education. You get all the C. You get all the information. If you sign up for courses, they send you the materials that they're training you if it's unbelievable. So great value. Go check it out dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Let Dennis teach you how to transitional bonding for your patients and you'll get a ton of value from it dental online training. It's the next big thing in dental C, and you can do it in your pajamas on your couch. Is everything nowadays? You walk into the gas station to pay for your gas before pumping it or do you? Just pop your credit card into the machine right by your car. Pump your gas. If you're in the grocery store, you go through the self checkout line, or do you like to deal with the person be honest. It's true. We don't wanna deal with people who don't have too much easier to do things digitally local Ned is the same thing. But in your dental office, imagine if your patients could log in through your website, make appointments on their own completely on your control, of course. But they could choose their appointment time date all online without your people having to do thing. This is really cool. This is a time saver for your patients this labor saver for you and your office. It can help keep your schedule. Busy. It can help patients with dental emergencies. It actually is even okay for new patient exams. You can block those off separately. It's pretty mazing all the things you can do with local they give you lots of control lots of options. Let's say you don't wanna have new patient schedule by will commit for whatever. Fine. No problem. They can do that. Let's see you only wanna use project. Honestly, that's reason enough to have local med because holes in your hygiene schedule, we'll fill themselves that right? There is pretty amazing stuff. Go. Check them out at dental hacks dot com slash local. You can get a free demo and listeners the dental hacks podcast will get ten percent off of their setup fee if they set up through that link let your patients make their own appointments in your practice management software under the control of you. This is a no brainer again. Go check him out of dental dot com slash local local men. Thanks a lot for sporting show. Welcome to the dental hacks. Daily dental heck's podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work Tate dental hacks nation, we have a really great show for you. We sat down we were at

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Let's be honest in the perfect world. You would take excellent. Continuing education in your pajamas on the couch until now the perfect world has not existed. But now it does add like the introduce you to dental online training. It's a brilliant concept. Brought to us by our friend, Dr Dennis Hartley. The courses are really well designed they're really well filmed. The video is amazing details amazing Dennis teaches in small pieces. How to do very specific procedures dentistry. It's what we've all been looking for. It's like the stuff we never really learned dental school taught in a way that we can all understand in. It's even better than that. Because dental online training send you all the materials that are being used with. Each course exactly the same ways as being presented. So you get to use the same Aotearoa that they're being taught bright in the comfort of your own home or office. It's so smart. I can't believe someone hasn't thought of it already. It is really good. And even better they are offering. The I two hundred dental hacks listeners, a free course classified composites, they're going to send you all tiers you need to follow right along with Dr Dennis Hartley himself. It is a really great idea. And you should not miss this offer. What you need to do is go to Dell hacks dot com slash DOT and sign up be one of the first two hundred to get. This course, it's gonna go fat. It's going to not be there for very long so jump on this dental hacks dot com slash GOP. Ticket course, Dr Dennis Hartley understand how good it is. And I think you'll be hooked on the idea of dental online train. Dental hacks nation, what if you could find a crown preparation ver-? It was so short every single time. He used it. You didn't have to worry about any kind sterilization issues. You didn't have to worry about it. Dulling overtime. Wouldn't that be the perfect crown preparation ver-? Well, I'm here to tell you that such a Burr exists, and it is called the micro copy one six point eight is around end taper. Its course it cuts crowns as smoothies anything ever used. It's awesome. Guess what? Microscopic wants you to take. The Neil diamond challenge. What that means is you're going to go to dental heck dot com slash challenge. In you're going to order, a sample of this very birth. And you're gonna prep your next crown with in. You're going to be shocked at how sharp at how smoothly this cut in the best part about it. You're done if it away. No sterilization, no worries about any the Neo diamond challenge. Take it a dental hacks dot com slash challenge. And tell me it's not the best crown prep. Every use a new for every time micro copy dip. Welcome to the dental hacks. Daily dental heck's podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work. Hey, dental heck's nation. Welcome to another dental hacks daily where we normally have a little bit shorter of an episode today. We're going to do a longer one. We have kind of a spear themed, we we have organ have three episodes featuring folks from spear this week, and the very first one is a guy you've heard before on the shows name is Dr Gary d Woody as a lot of really good things to say about case acceptance photography the whole nine yards. I really love talking to them when we were there last year late last year, and I think you're gonna like it too. So sit back take a listen to Dr Gary wooden. The is everything nowadays, do you walk into the gas station to pay for gas before pumping it or do you? Just pop your credit card into the machine right by your car and pump your gas. If you're in the grocery store, you go through the self checkout line, or do you like to deal with the person be honest. It's true. We don't want to deal with people. We don't have too much easier to digitally, local med is the same thing. But in your dental office, imagine if your patients could log in through your website, make appointments on their own completely in your control, of course. But they could choose their appointment time date all online without your people. Having to do a thing. This is really cool. This is a time saver for your patients, this is labor saver for you in your office. It can help keep your schedule. Busy. It can help patients with dental emergencies. It actually is even okay for new patient exams. You can block those off separately. It's pretty mazing all the things you can do with local they give you lots of control. Lots of options. But so you don't wanna have new patient schedule by for whatever reason fine. No problem. They can do that. Let's say you only wanna use pride, gene. Honestly, that's reason enough to have local because holes in your hygiene schedule, we'll fill themselves that right? There is pretty amazing stuff. Go check them out at dental hacks dot com slash local. You can get a free demo and listeners. The dental x podcast will get ten percent off of their setup fee if they set up through that link let your patients make their own appointments in your practice management software under the control of you. This is a no brainer. Again, go check

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Feel. Dentistry needed. Right way back. Why totally totally so Dennis. We really appreciate you being on the show. This was fun. Yeah. I love talking to you. Guys are awesome. Again. Make sure if you if you get a chance go over to DOT hands-on dot com. Go check out with is doing. He does also have that right now. He's got that the free. You can literally register if you're one of the first two hundred you get the kit, but you can also check out the composite repair. And you can browse the courses log courses there, and you can kinda decide what you're looking at. And like you said every month or so new courses coming out. So that's pretty spectacular and shoot you guys have have a bunch of courses at at. We probably need to give cosmic little of here. Let's see schedule here. And see who when when. Okay. So we got Corky coming up that was just last weekend. Actually. Okay. So dennis. You are again may second and third at the C E for catch the composite wave with you in buddy. So you will be I'm sure paying for buddy. Again, if I can put a plug in for that. I I will tell you. This is the perfect course for people who are trying to learn in understand composites. In no one teach the basics of composites better than mapra does. And you're gonna get experience using hybrids Nanos in microfilms peixe intents and understand layering and get tons and tons of its hands on experience. It's it's a great day course now say, plus you get you get to hang with buddy. Yeah. Which is which is a trip in and of itself to and I know that you guys you guys feed people pretty well. And there's a lot of social stuff, and you get see buddy in his in his natural environment, which is pretty cool. Twenty twenty you put that it's I think it's real to. I think it's real experienced it several times so also June sixth and seventh twenty nineteen Dennis is doing his CPR for the warned dentition, which we were talking about a lot earlier in this in this podcast. So we'll put the links up for all that stuff. So Dennis has got his own thing on the online, but he's also still teaching like crazy Aqazadeh, and we Jason I are big fans of the cosmic courses. That's that's where we met and all that stuff. So all it's very good. Perfect. Awesome. Very good. We'll dennis. We'll we'll keep in touch for. Sure. And we wish you all the best with your hands on training and all your CDs stuff. And thank you again for being on the show. Thanks, guys. I really appreciate it. And I look forward to seeing the hacks over on DOT. So before senior awesome. Thanks very much. Thank you. Thank you. Hello lovely back to interview. Dr Denis Hart, Leib composite educator extraordinaire. Hope you enjoyed it. And hope you get online and get you one of those free kits. You'll get yourself one and get started in the make your composites just a little bit better. Baby dental Hex dot com slash DOT. Or maybe if you're a cool kid you'd say dental hats out com slash dot. Either way should work either way. But there should still be some of those class. Five course materials available as of this listening, which better jump on it because they were going pretty fast. So yeah. Temp that do you have any questions or comments for Dennis Hartley? Let us know we'll get in touch with them in will drag him into the dental hacks nation kicking and screaming to explain all of those things to you. That sounds great Allen. Does you sort of like the the Saturday Night Live NPR ladies with peach Feddie? That's great. That's great. Chow allen. Thanks. Thank you so much. You can do it. So now is the time on the show when my voice goes funny. And I say oh, heck yourself. I say, well, I never think you go hack yourself is something that have to do it for a while. Just kidding. You're good at that. I think you should be NPR, man. Thank good. I like that. Thanks, quite on the inside. My go. Hang yourself is something that I saw yesterday. I was watching a video on editing videos on your on your phone, and obviously everybody knows with Facebook. And all this marketing stuff that we're doing and the dental x academy, especially. Been able to get some videos in recently. I did a set of ads for my my practice. I did some just just off the off the hip just pictures of me from my practice and put them out of space book ads. Yes. And they've actually had the best response ever a Facebook ads. So people are kind of noticing the real commercialized stuff on Facebook, and they're kind of voting it. So they're looking for more organic stuff. So if you're looking to produce content for your practice, just taking simple pictures, making simple videos is the way to go. So tell me a little bit of your process though, because I've seen some of the photos on Instagram. They're really good. Did you have PJ do those? Here recently, the did a photo shoot with his and my buddies of Dogra for went out and did some pictures. So those becoming out saying okay, sorry. I didn't mean to steal your thunder. That's that's a say. Yeah. Those are professional ones than those will be for our website. And we went down in our city has a big Niro, the different artists have have painted on. So announce pictures nearby that so that was pretty cool. They were doing great photos that the particularly the one with you carrying the the toothbrush. Look like a superhero. I don't know what your name would be. But but that looks like you have a weapon it's like a balding, man. Balding dentist. Maybe I felt like a superior that day. Good good. Like, you wack anyone with a giant typewriter? Did I did get some catcalls from the bus driver? So I felt pretty special X hearing carrying that down the street exit. So yeah, have you ever want to get yourself a big toothbrush? People will pay attention to it when you're walking. Do the best purchase you ever made a giant toothbrush with your practices name on it? I think got like really big things or something like dot com or something like that where they sell like oversized stuff everyday items. It was pretty expensive. So anyway, I digress. I'm sorry. I digress for you. But there's an app from adobe called adobe premiere rush, and it's an iphone app that you can use to edit videos, and I'll watch the video of the guy using it seems seems pretty cool excite you can add a lot of different features into it. You can even start editing on your phone and then switch over and edit on your computer later on you can talk back and forth between some stuff. So yeah. Get up there and start making some videos start making some some simple, simple videos and just put him out there saying the person with the most content at the end of the day winds when it comes to marketing, it's kind of true, and it's in honestly, it's a it can be a relatively inexpensive thing to do. And in as I've always said the stuff that shows your office being human always gets the most essential. Yeah. So just don't be afraid just get out. And do it. Looks scared. Tammy not posted the picture of made that posted in my ad. I'm not a very handsome, man. So says you says need, but yeah, just put it out there. Don't be afraid. Go get yourself some steps them. All right. So my go hack yourself there's some tragedy and and yet a rebirth. If you will. So I I know it is it's like a Phoenix rising kind of thing. I have been a long term user of inbox by Google. It was a a variant of their g mail product. And it was it was a web interface of inbox. It looked different than than g mail. It had some cool features. And I just got used to using it. And they have officially taken it down. They've been threatening to take down for last two months said at the end of March twenty nineteen take down. Now the app on my phone and the app on my ipad doesn't work anymore. You can technically still get the web. I'm looking at right now on on a web browser, but it's going to be going soon. So I knew I had to come up with something for Email, and I don't love the g mail web browser. I don't know why. But I don't like it very much. And so I was looking around for alternatives and I found while I was on. Break I found this really cool. Turn it of it's called, spike. Spike, Email we'll put a link in the show notes. But basically what I like about it is it makes your Email. Look kind of like Facebook messenger. In other words, it's more. Like, it takes a lot of extra headers footers. I like it a lot. It's it makes Email a lot more fun lot. Simpler us in that. It takes the junk mail and kind of put it in one place. You can go through it and pitch it as needed. It's got a lot of the same features that that inbox from Google had which is like you can you can snooze emails to come up later, or whatever I really like it a lot. It's I don't know anything about who makes it or anything like that. It's not a Google product. But so it's called spiky mill you can get it on you can get it as a you can get it as a browser window. You can get it as an app on your phone. You can get it as an app on your laptop, whatever it's basically can get it anywhere. It's really good stuff. So I'm fan of spike. So go check it out. It's the Russians the Russians. Sure, I'm sure when we have all of your emails now Russians. Hey, me and Sergei thirteen years old, computer hackers? He wants all of your information. You give us your credit card number. We hold it for you. No problem. Princess for suckers. We just go straight to the source. That's right. You use my Email program. I know everything about you. So it's probably true. So maybe I'm steering. You're not sure. But I sure do I sure do interface though. Man. I just figure it's like that horses definitely out of the barn. Mike, I think they probably know more about me than I know about myself. You should have that moles looked at.

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"And online training with the class five kit. What we're betting on is. You're gonna try you're gonna like it so much you're gonna sign up for more more classes because he's really got. He's got this thing figured out. And it's it's only getting bigger it's pretty exciting. Like, I said before sometimes you. Can do all this training. And you forget to get retrained with some of the simple stuff that you do every day. So that's that's what you real money is sometimes his mastering these procedures and really doing well doing fast and being secure enough to do a minute and a purge patients for different things too. He's he's added quite a few different courses. There's actually some some free courses up there on on on some stuff. But like, for instance, he's got a making a custom temporary for an implant like like to to shape, tissue and stuff. Like that. He's got a course on that. Which I think is it's a really a lot of it is like what dental school should have been in wasn't. You know, you can go back and check it is you can go back, and you can do the steps over and over again with him it's done slowly, it's done. Well, you have any questions you can Email them. There's like an online community the whole nine yards. It's really well thought out more and more classes coming out. So again, check it out at dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Get yourself a kid give it a try and we'll talk about. The dental hacks nation, but also it's worth mentioning that Dennis is an excellent teacher. He's really he's been teaching at cosmic for a lot of years. And he still think he's got a course coming up in may, actually, but but he also has this online thing. So we have a good deep dive with Dennis for the interview right here. So I will stop talking and you guys can take a listen to Dr Dennis Hartley. The saliva ejector is kind of like the hygienist right hand or left hand. Depending on what handed they are in. If you've seen a hygienist at work tickly when they're using an older, sonic a lot of times, they are really skilled using that saliva Jeter. But what if you could give your hygienists an extra hand what if you could give your hygienist away to use the saliva Jeter that did not require them to use that Cirque has a product that they call the pink pedal. It is designed by a hygienist for hygiene. And it is kind of amazing. I look at this product or anything, why didn't I think it's basically a small pedal shape plan that attach to the saliva Jeter and allows the hygienist place this alive ejector in the patient's mouth like right next cheek and hold it in place for them. So that they don't need to use their hand to move. The saliva Jeter around or use it to retract its. Kind of amazing. It's kind of brilliant. It's very very simple again pink pedal. Very cool piece of hit as they say in the UK Zirk would like you guys to try it. They think that you could be the hero. You're jenness or other team members for she might even wanna use yourself, your dentist has it gives you a free hand. Now, if you use the promo code hacks seven on search website, you can get a fifty packages pink pedal for seven dollars. Normally, they're twenty five bucks for that eighteen dollars. They want you to try it bad enough that they're going to give you that great deal again hack seven on their website at dental hacks dot com slash pink pedal. Go check that out. I think you can be a hero to your team by bringing them an extra hand while they're doing their work Cirque because time is everything dental hacks nation. Welcome back to another interview segment of the dill heck's podcast with me as always or sometimes anyhow my stalwart companion. I should say partner. Panyu makes its own like he's a dog. And he's not doggies easy. He's a partner in crime invents the day. I mean, really it does depend on the day. Right. But I believe he's sitting on its share not on all fours this evening. This is Dr Jason list. I don't actually I don't. So you could be for only how you do. Jalen did. How y'all very good. Very good. So I want to introduce this next guy. He's been on the show several times before. My favorite interview. He did with him. Was you remember this Jason voice dentistry? Number two. The first time we were in Arizona with voice it industry at the first break. Jason I had our little table. We had some headsets, and we literally grabbed the first two people that walked by to to interview with us. Jason do you. Remember who those two people were? Gandhi and Jackie Onassis xactly in minute. Excellent interview, by the way, excellent interview, you didn't know the Jenkins. I know I know it was doctored. Look it was Dr Don cooling house-key in this guy, Dr Dennis Hartley by you doing Dennis. I'm doing great. How guys look Gandhi? I'm I'm looking at it. So. This is pretty old. I so just like any like an orange shirt. I think I also Don Kulakowski could pass for Jackie Onassis. I see why Jason confused. I. Something like that. Dennis everything going, okay there in in Chicago land area. Fantastic. Midwest is great, you know, some sun today. So we're getting close. Yeah. Kinda taste it. Right. But it's not theory. So. Yeah. So Dennis has lots to tell us. We're gonna we're gonna get in with Dennis. But but I I actually was talking with a little earlier today. And I want to hear a little bit about some of the okay? So he's he's an educator cosmic. He's been teaching courses at cosmic for how long have you been teaching cosmic courses twenty years yet? Oh my gosh. Yeah. I know right. I started with Corky. I was I was Korcula heights. Assistant toes. His like teaching assistant to set. Right. Yes. I would just go and get whatever Corky supplies. He needed in his little like is what we you. Call the the guy who helps of them up. Everest the eight you're sherpa yours. I was thinking of a much more derogatory term lecture. Sure. Sure was good. If I asked Corky who is sherpa was would he say, well, of course, it was Dennis thinking might so interesting. Okay. So twenty some years ago, you were doing courses with with Corky. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Corky. Literally did a course there last weekend. So I mean that goes to show that some Jedi in the the teaching at cosmic kind of cool. So okay. So you're working with Corky. How did you get in with Corky? Where you just because you are because you got into Cosmin stuff quite early on. I'm guessing in the thing. How did how did that come about? So I was I was in practice in. We talked way in the first podcast. We talk I joined buddy mapra rent when I joined buddy, he was putting together the teaching center, and that was sort of one of our one of our item. I wanted to teach teaching at Marquette dental school and done some some post grad see a little bit, but not much and. I said, hey, I really want to be part of the center in any way with floors wash dishes, or you know, hey, I'll help teach in. So he had me help cork Iwo now incorporated, his first courses a post your records, and course, and you know, back in the day with thirty five millimeter slides carousels and all that type of stuff. So yeah, I helped Corky. I did a little bit in the presentation, but mostly just supporting core Kian helping out with the hands on stuff and all

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Goto? Early to their Konya. But within within what you were talking about Windsor county. I kind of came in came out in came out, but came into into prominence. I mean, they said all you can reduce like seven ten millimeter on their clues for his Coney. It'll be fine. So in that I did a lot of kind of underprepared clues -als for skinny started on those those broke. And I'm in my associate I'm trying to tell her right now that you know, she's like, oh, you can prepare this Konia for with the milimeter on the clues on. Like. They say you can but I don't anymore, and she started to see some that she's done. Come back fractured a year and a half later. And I'm kinda like, yeah, you're gonna pay that lab. The and I got kind of told you. So the idea is that like I I mean, Mike tola has been lecturing on on his crown prep technique, which still is very valid the what are the reverse crown technique in. I think I think you're right. I do remember one of the big selling points on on full contours Konia was was minimal preparation like they talked about you could do it like a goal full gold preparation in. So you're exactly right. Like that was the selling point. I I have to tell you at least on the ACLU. I am reducing those pretty similar. I used used to do for porcelain fused gold. I mean, I give it a millimeter and a half. Typically. I mean, I I wanna give myself lots of room. Actually, I think he can get away with a little bit less. You can I don't think you need to put a big two millimeter shoulder on the facial thing. But, but I think on the clue you'll be singing the blues if you if you don't reduce enough on that that's try to reduce by sharp edges up underneath there to another. That's another. That's another factor. That of makes us break. So yeah, it's changed a little bit. I'm just curious if we're gonna have regrets because they're so hard to remove and I wonder like, I know that people talk about I mean, the other the other go to be like lithium basilica, and those are not a lot easier to remove either, you know, it's like they're pretty bad. I wonder if they'll come out with there's a lot of decent Burs for removal, but it's still nothing. Like, I mean, I took a porcelain fused to gold off that literally took me like twenty seconds to get off is unbelievable. And I'm just like in. I mean, maybe that's maybe it's because it was cap tech. And it was actually not a very durable crown at all. But the reality is those are tough men, and I wonder if we'll have regrets later. You're going to sell that as IMO DB L. Yeah. Exactly every time. I don't do as many on lays. I do some. I do some of these IMAX on lays. But what I found is the idea is you're using less to structure, but I I lo- times find that their cosmic -ly, I someone like Mike's grams dad needs to teach me how to prepare those. So that they so that they can be a little bit more cosmetic cosmetically pleasing. I feel. You always see the transition from from the online to the tooth. And maybe that's not that big of a deal. But I don't know. So I'm finding myself going will hunters Konia for, you know, for a lot of reasons for the prep for the for the the ease of preparation, and frankly for the the cost the cost is pretty good to them. So I don't know. I just I've I wonder if we'll have regret later I just need to retire before they all fail, and I'll be fine. Yes. Some trying to do that as soon as possible. That's the idea successful career. That's right. So we had a really good interview in it's one of our friends that were working with two for for his for a new product. He's put out we were talking to today. Deductor Dennis Hartley in we ran into Dennis at the Chicago mid winner this year in a breakfast joint, actually, which was pretty great. We got a chance to talk to him there. He's got a product out that I think you guys are gonna check out. It's called dental online training in a DOT in basically, how would you describe? How would you describe the product Jason? And basically, it's unlike training, but they give you the tools to use at home. So you can kind of follow along a lot of times you watch stuff and you say, oh, that's great. And then you've got to go back into the office and try it out. And you've got you've got to try and set up the situation similar to what they were teaching, and you can try it, you know, in in the limitation is. Is that like the way that they're teaching is not a way that you're able to to try it inlet short of being working out patient or something like that? So they're sending you the kids or send you the same composite. They use the same tooth. You're all you're all doing it together. It's the thing. I mean, it's it's a great idea. It's it's amazing to me that people haven't thought of this, basically, Dr Dennis Hartley teaches the courses at this point. I think he's teaching all of them. He allot of it is actually done through a dental operating microscope. That basically he's doing the prep. He's doing that. You know, he's doing the placement. He's doing the whatever in you're watching him do it. And then literally they send you a kit of the exact same stuff that he's using. And you can kind of do it at your leisure. You can if you missed a spot if if you missed something he was showing you can just go back and look at it the they're organized in such a way that they're they're they're small bites. It's not an hour long process before you can start working. He actually just goes step by step in small bite. It's it's a really really smart way to go. But I can't believe that. No one's thought of this before it's too truth. Innovators. That's right. So the thing that Dennis wants, you guys to know about I know that if you're on the dental heck's nation, you've probably seen this. But or if you've been listening to the the daily at all Denis's company dental online training has two hundred kits of their class. Five course that he's giving away to dental hacks listeners lacks nation people now he's already given away. If point a few of them, but if you are interested in trying dental online training with a kit of your own for zero dollars that you heard that right free stuff men in need to go to dental dot com slash DOT and sign up. It's simples at dental hacks dot com slash DOT in you too can tried and

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Let's be honest in the perfect world, you'd take excellent. Continuing education in your pajamas on the couch until now the perfect world has not existed. But now it does add like the introduce you to dental online training. It's a brilliant concept. Brought to us by our friend, Dr Dennis Hartley. The courses are really well designed they're really well filmed. The video is amazing details amazing Dennis teaches in small pieces. How to do very specific procedures dentistry. It's what we've all been looking for. It's like the stuff we never really learned dental school taught in a way that we can all understand in. It's even better than that. Because dental online training send you all the materials that are being used with. Each course exactly the same ways as being presented. So you get to use the same Aotearoa that they're being taught bright in the comfort of your own home or office. It's so smart. I can't believe someone hasn't thought of it already. It is really good. And even better they are offering. The I two hundred dental hacks listeners, a free course classified composites, they're going to send you all tiers you need to follow right along with Dr Dennis Hartley himself. It is a really great idea. And you should not miss this offer. What you need to do is go to Dell hacks dot com slash DOT and sign up be one of the first two hundred to get. This course, it's gonna go fast. It's going to not be there for very long so jump on this dental hacks dot com slash DOT. Ticket course, Dr Dennis Hartley understand how good it is. And I think you'll be hooked on the idea of dental online train. Patients are funny. They love your team. But you know, what they don't really want to have to talk to your team, especially if they're just trying to make an appointment. What if they could just log into your website and look at the list of appointments available to them and just make it for themselves. What if they're up at six o'clock in the morning way before your office is open, and they wanna look and see if they can make an appointment for hygiene Lear in that day or later in that week. But no one's at your office to answer. The phone local med makes all this work. Perfectly local med is for the dental office the same as the self checkout line is for grocery store. Basically, it allows patients to make appointments directly into your practice management software. You get to choose what appointments are open, you get to choose what kind of appointments they can make the completely in control. But yet the patient gets to make these appointments online on their own time. It's so brilliant. Like, it's such a smart thing to do you're interested. I can tell your thinking. This sounds like something that could work for me. But I have questions. Well, we have some answers, go to dental hacks dot com slash local. You can sign up for a free demo. And if you sign up as a dental hacks listener they're gonna knock ten percent off the setup fee. So that's pretty cool. Again, let your patients make appointments in your practice management software, of course, on your control. But they can do it on their own time. Go check it out a dental hacks dot com slash local med, you're gonna love this service. Thanks a lot for supporting the show. Welcome to the dental hacks daily dental podcast so short, you can listen to it on the way to work dental hacks nation. Welcome back to another episode of the dental heck's daily. It's are shorter more focused episode. And today, we have a guest that's been on a couple of times. Craig Cody is a he's an accountant he's attacks coach, and he's a former New York City police officer. I have to say I keep coming back to that. Greg. I think that is fascinating. Welcome show. Greg. Thank you very much for having me. So I'm interested in the fact that from police officer seventeen years experience on the force. How do you come into accounting after that? How how does how do you get into the business that you're in now from from police officer in other words, what exposure head you had to it before I became a police off side was an economics. Major three years always liked numbers. And I actually get into accounting because I thought I was going to go into. Financial advisory services, and I figured let me set myself up. You know, put myself little bit ahead of the rest of the guys that I'm working with that are retiring and going into financial services. So I'll go get my CPA license. Well, I kind of fell in love with taxes. So the other part never happened. Sick thing to say. I'm sorry. Go ahead. And I do have I do have a pocket. Protect too, so. Nice. Nice. It makes me so happy to hear that. If you're kinda doesn't have a pocket protector you need to look really hard at that. I'm sorry. There should know. Accountants should look like suave. I think they need the pocket protector. I I really wanted. You have the little green like the shade. Like, the shade that you wear over your eyes to for the Clare cut out. Dental

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Dr buddy mapra is one of the living legends of dentistry. He was right there in the beginning when cosmic insert really took off and he's offering his course catch the composite wave and surface potential alongside of Dr Denis Hart now buddies teaching this course for a really long time. Probably no one just composite like, buddy. So you gotta make sure you get a chance to see. This course coming up may second and third twenty nineteen. There's just a couple of spots left. It's in Chicago at the Qazvin centers that excellence, and it's in the coolest classroom in all dentistry. Overlooking Michigan avenue in Chicago with the class where buddy tells you everything he knows about composites now, it's funny to think that he's teaching it with someone else. But Dr Dennis Hartley explained to me how this really worked this more like me being Ed McMahon tube of any Carson, so. On buddy. Good. No, I get it. I get it like buddy probably doesn't have to do a lot of rehearsal for. That course. No. Get a. I don't think but he's playing on slowing down or stopping. So my my job is just to help them out. And I hope what the hands on stuff. He was lecturing. Nice so go check it out dental, hacks dot com slash buddy. You can sign up for. This course, take the course from one of the true masters in Kuzma dentistry, again me. Second third nineteen dental hacks dot com slash buddy. They're doing some amazing things over there in Chicago. Thanks a lot for supporting show Cosmin. This is the dental hacks podcast podcast created by dentists for dentists now sit back relax your about to be hacked gentle acts nation. Welcome to episode one hundred thirty two oh gentle x five. Yes. My name is Alan meet. Hey there. I'm the bean. I have J labs. I think that's good Allen the bean Alan the beam it'll be the morning show. Wrapping weather on the sevens. Buddy, Chester Cupper boots are be Kellen and later on. I don't know. I think we could do that today the truth. In fact, we'd probably make more than we do dentistry. Yeah. That really isn't saying very much. I I sat down I don't normally wear a hat, but I was out on out about the town today and put on a baseball cap. A my luggage baseball cap and a slam these headphones down that little button on the top of that hat does. Drilled right in my little balding head. That was oh, I think there needs to be a picture of the top your head so bitch. There's like a little dent in it. Yes. Like, spike. I know what you're talking about not a hair to cushion up there. Smack on it while totally worth it for the head listening to podcasts. No, I decide I sat down to do it. And in my haste. I put these headphones on injured myself. Sutures? Not yet. Cool one of the top your head it just get weird. My head's been seared many times as it really. You know? I I don't know that I my face was I I actually I I was on a cruise back in two thousand six got food poisoning might have been the norovirus. I don't know. They did they did they did make me stay in my room for two days. But more me come out in case. I'd spread it. Anyone passed out on the toilet and cut? My face was pretty great. So the thing you need to know about cruise ships is that anytime you bleed on anything they have like they have like a they have a team of commandos with like with like. Vacuum cleaner. The carpet cleaners things like they showed up before like even knew where to go for the medical thing. Like, they had that blood cleaned up. So like if you die. I guarantee 'em to you. They clean that up quick on the cruise ship there. It's it's damage control. Then is it like Harvey keitel's down. There directing was man. It was like they were gonna they were gonna have a fixer in case, I was dead. Instead, I was just bleeding, and they sent me to the doctor and it was like two o'clock in the morning. Of course, the doctor was from some Scandinavian country in English was like is fourth language. He was super psyched to see me as you can imagine as I woke him up at two thirty in the morning and his suture technique was not excellent. And he had a bright light in my eyes. It was great. I mean, honestly, I got nothing but good things to say about about the medical care on cruise ships. I'm lucky I didn't die. Actually, no

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"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hartley" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Else. But I think on the flip. It's kind of good to be able to walk around. So what I'm gonna do is as well. I'm working on this for the spring is she to have clips of maybe a minute of each face. And then demo it. And have the clip. So you could demo it we'll around and have the clip running as on a kind of Cicket just sixty seconds of basically what you're doing cut down kind of eight memoir kinda the best about will. I think. I don't know which way education's all that way. I still like a class where none comes around. And if you're doing the capacity hits you. Yeah. Exactly interesting. Dennis Hartley was taking almost something exactly the same as you're talking about. He took it to. I think it was Marquette university here like he was teaching some layering using those light like he used some video. But he also was there in the class to help with the far as a wet. What's that Dennis demonstrates as far as yeah? When he's live courses he does demonstration. But also like he's literally got an entire like virtual like he does the course live, but you can also get the course virtual. So he has taped a lot of this stuff. And he's able to take it on the it's kind of interesting because they're clearly what you're experiencing is like, well, there's maybe there's a different way to do this. You're not the only one who's who's running into that. And it's like kind of got to find the balance. It sounds like. Yeah. And it can only be an improvement, really. You know, otherwise, we still have slide carousels when the yeah, exactly the good old days. Schulkin blackboard will I'm gonna put this out there people who've who are listening to this podcast. Who literally were you're talking about kind of old school techniques. You've been using a lot for removal for people that just aren't implants. Maybe aren't the right fit? Here's the thing. That's a lost. Art for a lot of people, right? Like in other words, millennials didn't get to see a lotta stuff in Dallas. So the questions are you taking all the same amazing photography that you have been over the years of that stuff. So that at some point when someone knocks on your door seinfield is show the old school techniques. You ready rock and roll of that I probably planning class somewhere around too late two thousand twenty. Okay. Okay. I kind of figure like this. You're sort of like, you're sort of living the experience. That's really cool. Yeah. I think it's well covered. Actually, not that complicated is probably classy needs tech to I would've. Sure, sure even things even basic stuff like cut. Ching recipes people do anymore. Yeah. You see so many a lot of the patients I see or any has a removal, coal chrome. No recipes why would he make krone win? Yeah. That's like outside. Right. Why would you crowns chrome not putting wreck season the crowd as just insane? Yeah. I mean it, but I think probably part of it is that like do dental schools teach at stuff anymore. I mean is that something that they're doing a lot of and it's probably limited to to specialist process. It's not really. With Cam nowadays. I mean, you can just design into Zucconi ROY e just. Is it a big deal for minute? Maybe. Yeah. When I was taking my some AG classes, the at the local university, they had a neighbor movable partial insert glass as part of the curriculum. And I was like, oh, this is going to be so boring. I probably got more out of that class. I had a lot of other classes here recently just talking about the theory of partial dentures and focus arms, and all those things that you forgot it was it was actually really good sign courage, anybody to get back and kind of learned that little bit totally so much of what you learn to dental school. You learned it like in a lecture before you had any clinical context of what it actually meant. So by the time, it would have been valuable for you. Really learn this stuff like you've actually worked on a few patients. It was already long gone. So in a way, people talk about how much they hate removable. And it's probably because they never really learned it while they actually had like the clinical context, I think. Let me about the US, but removable like comme Japon of dental in a regular office in England was that is that fair in the US, man. I most everyone in the United States. I talked to get they can't wait to not ever do removable again kind of including me. They have patients coming through the doors need removable update this. I think a lot of people don't admit it nowadays. Either there everybody is we're trying to show off like the perfect case in the perfect this and the perfect implant, and and nobody's really talking about the the bread and butter stuff. And it's it's almost like we're making people feel guilty for doing that type of stuff. In that case. I mean, I'm in office now where Tim's of what we can live in patients. Limits when they can come in a really giving me any financial barriers, but I'm not being able to produce a perfect case Kazan things like bone, be fix and chur. None in the right place in the eighteen years old and then Canaveral though. Oh, no. It's it's a question of getting somebody well, functional. In a reasonably time efficient on official way. And that's just kind of what we're out. Really? I mean, we're not really about an Instagram picture that you've taken a photo studio. Perfect case. That's interesting. I'll tell you this. I I have to profit on this local to me that don't do removable. Like, I don't have any. I don't have any wonder for movable to accept my dad just to give you an idea. Like if there's a case that really needs removal, but it's more than I want to handle. I don't have anywhere to go with it. So maybe that's set up an office. Oh, he thought about it. He thought about it for sure because I mean, there's a lot of people that would love shovel off their removal to. Yeah. Well, Jason we've been going for about an hour. Really? Appreciate you spending some more time with us. This was great. And the best part is that it totally didn't go in any direction that we thought it would it which is which is always like the best interview of all time. That's that's always awesome. So we we, of course, will stay in touch listeners vividly questions or comments for Jason. Go ahead and Email us at info don't dot com or go ask questions on the dental hack station. We'll make sure Jason gets those questions because my guess is there's going to be some people with some serious questions because it's like talking removable was we talk a lot of people on the show. So this is really cool again. Thanks a lot for being a show. This was awesome. Okay. Have a good day. We'll talk again soon. Laxed

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