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Dental Health: Client Education and Compliance
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A photo op for dental education

June 1, 2006

If a picture's worth a thousand words, four pictures are worth, well, a lot.

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Let technicians polish dental practice success

June 1, 2006

Behind every flourishing dental practice is a great veterinary staff. If you want to move forward with your veterinary dental practice, it's time to get your technicians on board.

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Dental prophy admitting form

May 1, 2006

Promoting dental health starts with your team. So develop a team approach to educating clients?and use tools such as this dental prophy admitting form to help you deliver great care.

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Polish your clients' dental compliance

May 1, 2006

Use these strategies to promote dental health year-round.

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Stay focused on dental care

April 1, 2006

Just because Pet Dental month has passed doesn't mean you should stop pushing good dental care for patients.

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Promoting pearly whites

February 1, 2006

How one practice successfully promotes dental care.

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Anesthesia safety: Face your clients' main concern about dentistry

December 1, 2005

A disturbing e-mail arrived the other day: Hello, Dr. Bellows: I have a 5-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever that I have routinely cleaned her teeth (with enzyme toothpaste and a brush, recently using Sonicare). Despite all best efforts, she is building up tartar and I think may have a dark spot (cavity on a rear molar).

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Case Study: Dental Lecture Series Improves Patient Care and Compliance Statewide

June 23, 2004

Teaching proper dental care is part of the program at Pet Crossing Animal Hospital and Dental Clinic in Bloomington, Minn. And they aren't just teaching their staff members. Co-owners Drs. Katherine Knutson and Stephen Barghusen are using a dental lecture series to help practices statewide improve their standard of dental care and improve client compliance.

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Caring for your pet's teeth and gums (PDF)

February 1, 2003

Dental disease is a common health problem in dogs and cats. It can lead to bad breath; swollen, bleeding gums; loose teeth; difficulty eating; and even more severe problems.

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