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Seeing Through New Eyes

You can’t see what you don’t know.  Let me give you an example.  I attended a lecture at Fort Ancient on the Ice Age glaciers of Ohio.  Geologist Todd Stephenson, a Kings High School graduate, singled out a giant boulder in the back yard of Rock School (Rt. 123 near I-71).  Why is an enormous rock sitting in the middle of an otherwise rock-free space?  It took someone like Todd for me to see that the rock has been there for at least 10,000 years.  The rock rode from northeastern Canada within an Ice Age glacier and was left behind as the glacier receded. 

In November, my associate, Dr. Brianna Webb and I will be attending the Facially Generated Treatment Planning workshop at the Spear Center in Scottsdale, AZ.  Dr. Webb graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in May.  Why take a recent graduate back to school so soon? 

How many times have you looked at someone’s smile and it just looks wrong?  You may not be able to pin-point exactly what the problems are but your eyes tell you something isn’t right. 

Believe it or not, the same thing happens to dentists with basic dental school training.  You can’t see what you don’t know! 

I’m taking Dr. Webb out to Scottsdale because I know her eyes will be opened to new realities that will positively impact her treatment planning decisions for the remainder of her dental career.  I’m looking forward to a review of the material myself. 

When you’re in the dental office you deserve eyes on your health, function and appearance that are empowered by an education that never ends.    

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Mason, OH