Moving toward a pain-free practice

March 31, 2020

Movement and posture are key in staying pain-free during the delivery of dental care.

Ergonomics: A headache behind the eye

February 28, 2020

Headaches can be caused by neck pain in one of the most-used muscles during the delivery of dental care.

Exercise for the New Year: Is a personal trainer the right choice for you?

December 19, 2019

Exercise is good for your health, but certain workouts can actually cause pain for the dental professional.

Support self-care to sustain your most important assets: Your hygienists

October 28, 2019

How self-care is more than just a ‘buzzword’ and why it’s important for hygienists.

One exercise dentists should never do

October 02, 2019

Here’s why you should replace superman with the bird dog.

Could my new loupes be causing neck pain?

August 22, 2019

Loupes are an expensive investment that should last you many years. Find a loupe that will improve your health-not make it worse.

Aerobic, stretching or strengthening: Which is the best exercise for dentists?

August 05, 2019

All three types of exercise offer important benefits for dentists. Learn how to incorporate all of them in only 30 minutes per day. Dear Bethany: As a full-time dentist, I have constraints on my available time to exercise. Where should I put my emphasis in my exercise routine? Should I focus more on aerobic exercise, stretching or strengthening?

Making critical office design decisions

June 24, 2019

How to design a practice with proper function and flow.

How to design optimal operatories

June 24, 2019

Why where you work affects how you work.