The Dental Geek
Dental Visit or Dental Experience—There’s a Huge Difference
Dental professionals don’t just care about replacing crowns or the number of dental caries they fill in one day. Above everything else, they care about their patients. That’s why dentists and hygienists from every corner of the world are looking at treatment from a “What can I do to make my patients more comfortable?” perspective.
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Search Engine Journal
Google Images Update – Google Lens is Live
Google announced an update to Google Images that may have a significant impact to publishers who sell online. The Google Lens feature is rolling out to Google Images on mobile devices. This feature is live right now in the United States and rolling out to other countries and languages soon.
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Poor Oral Health Linked to Higher Blood Pressure, Worse Blood Pressure Control
Poor oral health may interfere with blood pressure control in people diagnosed with hypertension. Periodontal disease - a condition marked by gum infection, gum inflammation and tooth damage -- appears to worsen blood pressure and interferes with hypertension treatment. Study findings underscore the importance of good oral health in blood pressure control and its role in preventing the adverse cardiovascular effects known to stem from untreated hypertension.
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In the future, companies won’t hire remote employees. They’ll hire remote teams
In typical tech-industry fashion, most tech companies believe the cure to this talent shortage is more software.
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Dentists: Who’s watching you? Ask for honest feedback from your staff
The idea of someone watching everything you do, from how you perform a root canal or place a crown to how you greet a patient or conduct a meeting, might make you nervous. But consider this: 100% of Fortune 500 CEOs have a board of directors, and 80% of them have an executive coach. These are the people who are watching them and telling them what they think of their performances and how they can improve.
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