There’s a new book that may be of great interest to our members that addresses remarkable research going on around the world. Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To by David Sinclair, PhD, Atria Books div. of Simon & Schuster, NY 2019. Dr. Sinclair presents his groundbreaking work with genetics and […]
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Jack Levine, one of our members and active volunteers, had an article printed in The Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. I have worked with Jack in Jamaica and can attest to his commitment and wisdom found in this well-written article. One doesn’t need to wait until retiring and looking for something to do in […]
A gentleman named John was my closest friend in undergrad. He was labelled an “unconventional student” because he had served in Vietnam before matriculating, so he was several years older than me. We had fallen out of contact for many years, and when we reconnected, I learned that he had retired early, for health reasons. […]
Recently, in Chicago, the ADA held a meeting focused on Transitions. There is a video of the entire meeting available to members here. It is an excellent explanation of the nuts and bolts of selling a practice. However, we believe that the dentist can’t be ignored in transition considerations and, when we introduce the dentist […]