I Graduated Dental School...Now What?
Congratulations to the 2020 dental school grads! Let's admit...it was kind of the pitts. But even if you didn't get to walk the stage during a special ceremony, don't worry - the best is yet to come! As a new grad you're probably wondering, "What do I need to do? What do I need to know?" so I thought I would provide you with some pearls from my 18 years experience as a dentist and multi-practice owner. 1. The learning is just beginning! Comparable to building a house, right n
Why I Offer Sedation Dentistry In My Practice
Hi everybody, it’s Dr. Kate, and I wanted to talk to you about one of the things that I do in my practice that I feel benefits patients and the dental team the most...and that is sedation for patients. It could be for fearful patients, special needs, or patients who may be a little cognitively affected with dementia or Alzheimer's. Basically people who may be really difficult to work on normally. In my office at New Horizons Dental Care, we offer everything from sedation with