News From Our Cassville, Wisconsin Cosmetic Dental Practice
Here is an interesting article from the Wall Street Journal. Research indicates brushing your teeth before surgery and while hospitalized can help you avoid pneumonia.
Visiting the company that made our laser at the Chicago Dental Society meeting.
Don't we look stylish in our hairnets? We are bagging nutritious meals that will be sent to hungry children and their families where crisis has struck.
Dr. Hughes and staff after learning about new products, office technology, equipment repair, dental x-rays and numerous other topics. We use Shatkin mini implants.
Misty, Doc, Janet and Agnes donated their time to Food for Kidz. Janet is sealing up a meal in a bag that will feed 4 people.
There was a contest to see who could accurately scan a plastic set of teeth in the shortest time. Doc came in second at 60 seconds!
Doc uses a waterlase laser instead of a drill to remove decay.
At the 2014 WCLI Super Symposium Doc learned about the latest laser technologies for dental care.
Doc, Nita and Agnes attended the Chicago Midwinter meeting for 3 days of Continuing Education.
Agnes attended the AADOM annual conference September 18-20, 2013. She attended classes on implant coordination, practice management software, human resources and insurance.
Dr. Hughes spoke about self-ligating orthodontic brackets to the QCASO Study Club of Illinois on September 20-21, 2013. The study club is 28 years old and has been designated an approved program provider by the Illinois state constitutent of the Academy of General Dentistry.
Our team volunteered to package nutritious food packages for children and their families.