This week Clint and Russ interview Jessica Knott, CDT. Jessica designs and builds 3D printers and helps validate 3D printing resins for dentistry so that we can make sure that the materials are acceptable for human use. Clint talks about his project in Tanazania and how we think 3d printing will be useful for these clinics in underserved areas with the goal to give great dental restorations for dollars a piece.
In the second half of the show, Jessica talks about her experience of training with the Air Force to receive her CDT through the Air Force. We learn about the rigourous and comprehensive training the Air Force gets its dental teams.
Russell and Clint are joined by Tony Thomas, a dentist in San Antonio. Tony talks about how he loves to cannonball in the Riverwalk near couples dining on a first date and how he saw the dancing Six Flags guy at a Hot Topic one time.
This week Clint and Russ interview Tim Lane CDT. Tim is a denture tech out of Memphis, TN who owns Cynosure Dental. We discuss the fun of trying to start a business, keeping employees around, and of course how removable prosth is like the best. We also go into the clinical aspects of removable and tap into digital stuff a bit.
Christine Calamia (Levitsky), former classmate of Clinton's, daughter of the inventor of veneers and former student of the inventor of Breath Assure, goes Totally Oral this week to share her insights on dentistry and cornhole.
She mentions her job as an insurance reviewer and shares the cheat code to submit with a claim in order to get onlays covered.
Join us and hear all her juicy secrets such as proof that GV Black inspired L. Ron Hubbard to write Battlefield Earth and Anne of Green Gables.