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Nearly every pertinent clinical issue is condensed into a color-coded and user-friendly format, allowing dentists to stay focused on the nuts and bolts of safe patient management. “The Ultimate Cheat Sheets” keeps dentists informed of the constantly-changing FDA mandate, reviews life-saving algorithms and outlines the steady stream of new drugs relevant to dental practices. A simple algorithmic page guides clinicians through evaluating and managing key medical conditions that present to the dental office.
For 26 years, Seattle Study Club’s singular objective has been to serve as the preeminent vehicle for change that helps improve the clinical analysis, techniques, and methods dentists deploy in practice every day. Dr. Michael Cohen set out to change the way dental professionals collaborate within the dental community by developing a study club network that, as he calls it, is a “university without walls.”
We asked you to nominate your rock star hygienists, and boy did you deliver. It was difficult to pick, but ultimately, we chose Megan Elsenboss of the Yale New Haven Hospital as 2019’s Best Dental Hygienist. We also would like to recognize two other standout hygienists, Katie Bergeron and Tricia Vaughn, for their hard work and dedication to the profession. Here are their winning nominations:
Dr. Scott MacLean’s team takes top honors! Dr. Scott MacLean doesn’t just hire team members for his Nova Scotia-based practice. He hand selects them. And while skill level is important, that’s not top on his list when looking for new employees. He focuses on finding people with the right personality—and doing so has helped him create what he describes as one of the best dental teams in the world.
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