Jane Levy joins Russell Schafer and Clinton Timmerman to discuss her company, Plan Forward. Plan Forward assists dentists who may have uninsured, cash paying patients who can benefit from an in-office plan which acts similar to insurance. This creates patient loyalty for dentists while also easing some of the burden patients may experience from having no insurance. Listen and find out if Plan Forward can be a great addition to your office!
He, too, has also placed an implant on himself...
August also hints at future trends in digital dentistry and if Skynet is inevitable given all the advances in AI.
Dr Matt Bickel goes Totally Oral and talks about being a dentist in "the good part of New Jersey". Most importantly, Matt shares his experience of being embezzled and what steps dentists can take to help decrease the chance of that happening to them.
Russell and Clinton are joined by Mohamed Attia of Alexandria, Virginia, who recently lectured at the annual AGD meeting about clinical pitfalls he wants to help dentists avoid. These suggestions come into play for every day practice, from working with a wife (try to avoid that) and taking an x-ray for emergency patients, even if one was recently taken. Take a listen and perhaps find a pearl or two that could potentially save your bacon!
Clinton Timmerman and Russell Schafer kick off Voices of Dentistry 2023 with Abraham Hoellrich from the Buckeye State. Find out all the juicy information he possess that may or may not pertain to classified documents found in Kevin Fryer's garage.
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.
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.
Clint and Russell are joined by the Maestro of Moses Lake himself, Craig Harder.
Listen and hear us discuss the hard hitting topics we are all curious about, such as the intrique of Enumclaw, Washington.
Learn more about scanners and what product may be best for you.
To celebrate the one year anniversay of the Totally Oral reboot, Frank Clayton and Rich Rosenblatt join us to reminisce about everything and anything.
Frank finally found out who he had to blow to get an onlay covered by Delta. The answer probably won't surprise you.
Alewx Wardian, Azhar Ahmed and Charli Stein--Marie got Totally Oral at VoD.
Learn all about Soaking and why Azhar has gotten married three times to the same woman.
We discuss Greg's journey as a dentist and how and why he created his technique. We also discuss how it is too damn cold.
Russell shares his favorite song "Numb" by Linkin Park which is in no way related to the guest this week and is simply because at heart Russell is still an angsty teen.
Russel Schafer, Clinton and Lance Timmerman sit down for a chat with Michael Keller, a dentist and former lifeguard from Delaware.
Michael shares his grand plans for marketing and why, if you're not living in Delaware, you're failing at life.
It's Voices of Dentistry week! If you are at the conference and could only be a guest on one podcast...you should definitely do A Very Clinical Podcast.
However, assuming you wanna mingle with the rest of us, we'd love to talk to you. You'll have a chance to speak with Russell Schafer and Clinton Timmerman and even the Godfather of Totally Oral himself, Lance Timmerman.
If you aren't at the conference, we'd still love to hear from you and hope to interview you at a future date. Just let us know!
Harry Wheeler joins Clint to answer the burning question from last week's episode: who won Christmas? Or, put better, who didn't ruin Christmas?
Harry shares what it's like to be a dental student in Glasgow, Scotland. Less Hogwarts than expected.
Harry is also a forensic scientist and shares what it's like to be in forensics, which is unfortunately less CSI and more depressing at times than exciting. It is, however, a good conversation starter at a pub. Chicks dig a forensic pathologist.
Dr Krytina Stafford, a veterinarian in the UK, goes Totally Oral this week in an attempt to win Christmas over her dental student brother, Harry Wheeler. Check out the podcast to find out what that even means.
We talk about oral health for different types of animals and why humans may be more prone to pay for dental procedures of their family pet as opposed to their own mouths.
We also discuss the brilliant business idea she has to combine forces with her dentist husband, Chris Stafford, and why I think Chris should do animal implants on boat offshore.
Russell is riding the pine this week because his jaw is wired shut and his head head is wrapped up like Jacob Marley.
Russ and Clint are joined by none other than Kevin Donlin, the man from Madison, South Dakota.
Kevin shares what it's like to practice in The Mount Rushmore State as well as for the National Guard.
While we did not discover if he has an affinity for Tiger Meat, we discuss other hot topics, such as the new Star Wars rides at Disneyworld.
Zach Meiners and Kevin W Fryer join Russ and Clint to talk about things not related to dentistry; the four of them have a chance to do that on the next two episodes of Very Clinical on The Very Dental Podcast, so if you haven't subscribed yet, be sure to do so and listen to us next week!
Rich discusses the benefits Imagen, a dental partner organization, and how he has come to enjoy dentistry more.
Russ discusses his love of spatulas and how they make the world a better place.
Talon Davis goes Totally Oral with Clint and Russell and shares the journey he's taken since his budding days in Edmond, Oklahoma, which includes being a trained classical musician.
Russell shares the seamless journey he's experienced going green by adding solar panels to his office and a water distiller to the sewage system in his backyard.
Clint and Russell are joined by the indomitable Matthew Stanridge, who discusses how he it taking his practice to new heights as well as his quest to shift paradigms regarding orthodontics to general practitioners.
You'll laugh. You'll cry. And, you'll want to take one of his courses to expand your practice and skillset.
Russell wonders why they didn't make a sequel to Titanic and suggests his ideas how to make that happen. Hint: bring on Yahoo Serious.