Dr. Nate Lawson on Dental Student Advice

Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Dr. Nate Lawson on Dental Student Advice
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Host Kira Dineen chats with Dr. Nate Lawson providing advice for dental students and new dentists. 

Dr. Nate Lawson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Biomaterials at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is also a co-founder of DentinalTube.com, a resource to help dental students and professionals learn about dental concepts, procedures, and materials.  

Dr. Lawson completed his DMD at the UAB School of Dentistry and his MS and PhD in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UAB. Following graduation, he worked in private practice in Alabama and Illinois. He is passionate about testing new materials and techniques in the laboratory and applying the results to clinical dentistry. 

On This Episode We Discuss….

  • Advice for prospective, current and recently graduated dental students
  • Recommendations on dental materials and techniques…
    • Contemporary ceramic materials 
    • Bonding ceramic
  • Minimally invasive dentistry

Want to learn more from Dr. Lawson? Head over to his website, DrNateLawson.com. Stay updated with DentinalTube by following on Instagram and YouTube.

Questions, comments or inquiries about this episode or the podcast in general? Email us at info@addent.com. Stay updated with the show on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Be sure to check out all our dental instruments and use code “ADPOD15” for 15% off in our store

Join us for our next episode on November 1st, 2019 where Dr. Nate Lawson returns to the show to discuss utilizing social media as a dentist. Look forward to new episodes on the first of every month, as we learn and discover the latest advances in dentistry.

Dr. Daniel Ward on Minimally Invasive Dentistry

Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Dr. Daniel Ward on Minimally Invasive Dentistry
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Dr. Daniel Ward joins our host Kira Dineen on this episode to discuss minimally invasive dentistry.

He was an Assistant Clinical Professor at The Ohio State University for 13 years and has been in private practice in Columbus, Ohio for 40 years. Dr. Ward has published various articles in journals and is a fellow in many organizations. He has lectured at dental programs and conferences worldwide including countries like India, Poland, Korea, Austria, and Hungary. An innovative pioneer, Dr. Ward developed a computerized method of smile design called the RED Proportion.

 

On This Episode We Discuss…

  • Definition of Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • History Behind Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Minimally Invasive Dentistry Compared to Standard Practices
  • Methods and Tools to Achieve Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Procedures to use Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Warmed Composite Aiding Minimally Invasive Dentistry
  • Advantages for Dentists, Practices and Patients
  • Future of Minimally Invasive Dentistry

 

Learn more from Dr. Daniel Ward by visiting his website and his page to download his handouts.

Questions, comments or inquiries about this episode or the podcast in general? Email us at info@addent.com. Stay updated with the show on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Join us for our next episode on August 1st with key opinion leader Dr. Lori Trost. Look forward to new episodes on the first of every month, as we learn and discover the latest advances in dentistry.

Dr. Marty Jablow on Minimally Invasive Dentistry & Curing Composites

Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast
Dr. Marty Jablow on Minimally Invasive Dentistry & Curing Composites
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In this podcast episode, Dr. Marty Jablow joins our host, Kira Dineen, to discuss minimally invasive dentistry and its impact in diagnosing diseases. They also talk about how curing composites are more than just shining a light.

Dr. Marty Jablow is known as America’s Dental Technology Coach. He received his dental degree from Rutgers Dental School in 1986 and practices in Woodbridge, New Jersey. He is the Chief Development Officer of Cellerant Consulting and a member of the Cellerant Best of Class selection committee. Dr. Jablow has achieved Fellowships from the Academy of General Dentistry and the International Association of Dental-Facial Esthetics. He has been selected multiple times as one of Dentistry Today magazine Top Lecturers. Dr. Jablow holds memberships in the American Dental Association and NJ Dental Association. He is a long time member of his county’s Peer Review Committee. Dr. Jablow has written articles for many dental journals and has had his own column and video series.

 

On This Episode We Discuss….

Minimally Invasive Dentistry

  • What is minimally invasive dentistry?
  • Which procedures can you use this technique with?
  • What tools do you use while conducting these?
  • Once dentists diagnose, what should they be doing with this information?
  • How does minimally invasive techniques lead to improved quality of care?

Curing composite

  • How can dentists prevent post-polymerization sensitivity?
  • How can curing composite differ under various clinical situations?
  • Some dentists’ curing light might not be curing composite as well as they think, can you explain why this is and what dentists can do to fix this problem?
  • What should dentists look at when purchasing a new LED curing light?
  • How should the approach to curing composite differ based on the type and shade of the composite?
  • How can you reduce polymerization shrinkage?

Explore more from Dr. Jablow on his websites, dentaltechnologycoach.com, cellerantconsulting.com, and dentechblog.blogspot.com. You can also follow him on Twitter.

Questions, comments or inquiries about this episode or the podcast in general? Email us at info@addent.com. Stay updated with the show on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Join us for our next episode on September 1st with key opinion leader, Dr. Steven Katz discussing how dentists can build their practices. Look forward to new episodes on the first of every month, as we learn and discover the latest advances in dentistry.

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