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Jason and Alan are joined by Dr. Ricardo Mitrani. Dr. Mitrani is a member of the resident faculty of Spear Education. He was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico and did his prosthodontic residency at the University of Washington. He was a classmate of one of our previous guests, Dr. Gregg Kinzer.

In today’s episode we range widely over patient communications, what patients understand about the treatment we offer and how we can thread the needle between our patient’s perceptions of overtreatment and negligence. We think you’ll really enjoy our conversation and you’ll be seeing lots more of Ricardo!

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Clinical Hack of the Week: Dr. Georg Benjamin from Berlin, Germany tells us how he uses air abrasion to help him find canals in endodontic access preparations! Here are some photos:

before using air abrasion after air abrasion final access preparation

 

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Dr. Dipesh Parmar is coming to the Cosmedent CEE in Chicago and he’s focusing on anterior composite restorations! If you’re looking to up your anterior composite layering game, this is the course for you! Go check out “Excellence in Direct Anterior Restorations” at dentalhacks.com/DipeshParmar!

Go Hack Yourself:

Jason: Biohorizons Overdenture attachments

Alan: Three Men and a Tenor, “25”

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