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.
Alex Wardian joins Clint at the greatest exploitation of children in the world: Great Wolf Lodge. Alex talks about his upbringing in Spoke-Vegas, how his buddy Chad gets him ahead in his social life and he also does his best impersonation.
Russell was unable to join us because he was watching a TV marathon of Scarecrow and Mrs King.
Clint and Russell are joined by Jennifer Kirwan. Jennifer talks about her favorite bourbon, Michael Vick and the time she fired someone on Christmas.
Russell plays his favorite Kenny G song on his pappy's old recorder.
Russell Schafer is joined by Jacob Whipple, the Master of Memes. Jacob lets us know how he really feels about polymerization shrinkage and that time he showed up to what he thought was a swinger’s party, but it really was a bar mitzvah.
Russell also opens up about the time he pretended to be a Russian house DJ to win the heart of a girl, only to discover the girl was Bono, who despised Russian DJ’s. Russell still hasn’t found what he’s looking for.
Clint and Russell team up with Frank Clayton aka Jeff Enmarty. Hear Frank share stories about the audio tape he received when he inherited an old answering machine as well as the time he crashed a Delta Dental party.
Russell also shares the story of the time he open mouth resuscitated a badger back to life and how he and the badger became lifelong friends.
Clint (not this one) and Russ are joined by the L. Ron Hubbard of Totally Oral, Lance Timmerman. Join us as Lance discusses what he likes about dental podcasts, how best to bond to zirconia veneers and how he almost became an international drug smuggler.
Clint is joined by the Denture King of NOLA, Russell Schafer. They discuss how to get rid of patients they do not want to treat and cryptocurrency, as well as Russell's favorite aphrodisiac.
Zachary Meiners and Keven W Fryer join Totally Oral to talk all things Cleveland, Kansas City and which Golden Girl would be the funnest to spend a weekend with.
Join us and live, laugh, love with the Clinical Hacks.
Zak Allmand goes Totally Oral and tells us about his credit card merchant service company, Apex Payment Solutions...eventually. Before that we discuss non-controversial topics such as PPE effectiveness during COVID, social injustice and if FDR knew Pearl Harbor was going to happen.
Join us for the epic conclusion of our conversation with Chris Stafford, the Scotsman who has found a home in the heart of Ireland.
Discover which historical figure he'd most like to meet, who he'd most like to punch in the face and which bands are some of his favorites.
There should be no debate as to who should be the next James Bond, and discover why it should be Chris Stafford on this episode of Totally Oral.
Chris Stafford talks about the advantages of practicing in Ireland vs the UK, the proper lingo to use on the streets of Glasgow and what dental courses get him excited.
He also gives his perspective on Scottish independence, Irish reunification and if Han Solo really fired first.
Listen here for the exclusive interview with our friend across the pond.
Jack Kendrick Moran is ready to wreck this house. He doesn’t miss school, but he does miss his Papa and Nona as well as Spirit Halloween; he worries that it might not open in the Fall. A sad situation has presented as a possible business solution for Spirit Halloween that could benefit both parents and kids alike.
He is going to scare the whole world and take their candy with his scythe; he speaks human fish and has a sister that speaks wolf.
He likes Darth Maul better than Darth Vader and thinks Darth Maul would be scared to have Coronavirus. If only Qui-Gon Jinn knew this before their confrontation.
I still think a scarecrow with a bazooka and sombrero would be awesome.
Ian Matthew Johnson, Esq, gives his recommendations for what to watch, such as The Lighthouse, The Witch, A Field in England, The Wailing, Hagazussa, Starfish and Bad Day for the Cut.
He also recommends classic shows like Inside Amy Schumer and Key & Peele.
Further down his list was Hawk's Vengeance and Step Up 2: The Streets.
We also talk about the show Devs on Hulu and FX, determinism vs free will and my struggle to make sense of the world.
William Timmerman compares living through WWII, the gas shortage of the 1970's and COVID-19.
He tells the story of why his high school mascot, in a town that was part of the Manhattan Project, is really called "The Bombers". He speaks his mind regarding the government approach to COVID-19 and wonders if modeling the policies of other countries would have been better.
Bill also may or may not have eaten horse meat at some point.
Dr Ryan Hussong discusses how the COVID shutdown has been an opportunity to hit the reset button on his practice and implement new systems that could make his practice better in the future. He is a major proponent of Spear Education, the Green Bay Packers and sexy accents.
Sam Groberg chats about linguistics, heritage and travel. He gives insight into what changes have occurred to the law system due to COVID-19 and how he foresees changes in law moving forward. He also wonders if a beekeeper mask would best suit his COVID-19 PPE needs. He also likes horses.
Jackie Melin discusses ways to handle both mind and body when anxiety and stress come upon us. In the end, all we can control is ourselves and how we react to what life throws at us.
Jackie can be found at https://peakhealingcenter.com/ and https://mindfulandpositive.com/.
Some resources she recommends are:
The Happiness Lab by Lauri Santos
Find a therapist at Psychology Today
This is Us on NBC
Jacob Whipple discusses what he enjoys about his COVID-19 downtime and what he envies about Dennis Rodman.
Steve Dold talks about PPP, PPE, OPP, how the Supersonics were cruelly stolen from Seattle* and his future plans for brewing craft beer**.
*he might not have said these exact words
**make it, drink it
Dr Russell Morrow, Arizona Dental Board member and Delta Dental board candidate, discusses infection control policy moving forward and if he can be a sleeper agent for good as a Delta Dental board member.
Missy Fryer, co-owner of Kevin W. Fryer DDS, Inc, Buckeye Dental Productions and overall good person, shares how her businesses are holding up and how she finds peace amongst the chaos. Listen in and find out how YOU can even be a part of Missy's daily coping strategies.
Dan Litchfield, entrepreneur and financial risk manager, talks about ways to mitigate financial difficulties, diversifying investments and regrets of not joining a boy band. Find out all the juicy details right here!
Sophia Khan, a professor at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, joins Clint to discuss her times at New York University College of Dentistry, transitioning to Colorado to become a full-time faculty member, what she loves about teaching and what the University of Colorado is doing with current students trying to graduate amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.