Jean McCrossan goes Totally Oral to share her experiences from dental school to living abroad in Germany to her associate jobs. She also discusses the hardships of having to live in New Jersey. The struggle is real.
Russell shares a similar experience when he was a child and thought he was abandoned in a dumpster only to realize his family was simply gassing up in Newark.
Thomas Elliott joins us to discuss what it is like being married to the esteemed lecturer and clinician, Dr Erin Elliott, and gives tips for both successful parenting and properly supporting a spouse.
Find out the one obstacle that prevented him from touching kids the same way Robin Williams did in Dead Poets Society.
Russell tells us about the time he did ayahuasca with what he thought was a shaman but ended up being a PTA meeting.
Russ and Clint discuss what they would like most…and that would be to hear from you!
They say everyone has a unique story to share and, even if you feel like you don’t, just make something up. We won’t know.
Let us know if you would like to go Totally Oral and we can make that happen.
This week Alex Wardian joins us again and brought a buddy: Luis Missura. Luis is an endodontist who shares his biggest pet peeve when receiving referrals from GP’s. Hint: it’s not broken files or missed canals.
Alex poses a relationship question from a friend.
Russell wonders if pita is the official bread of PETA.
Clint is joined by Anthony Gonzalez, Mijo, who liked Selena so much he moved to Corpus Christi. Anthony discusses why he likes the Star Wars prequels, the Marvel Cinematic Universe and his hopes for the future. Teeth get mentioned somewhere in there.
Russell could not join because he was boondoggling on Canal Street.