Malpractice Insurance: Defending You and Your License (with Dr. Anthony Spina)
Everyday Oral Surgery
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
3d ago
Medical professional liability insurance, more commonly known as malpractice insurance, is the most important insurance for oral and maxillofacial surgeons. To explain why this is, we are joined today by Anthony M. Spina, MD, DDS, whose position on the Board of Directors at OMS National Insurance (OMSNIC) makes him the perfect candidate to detail the value of malpractice insurance for medical professionals. Dr. Spina walks us through his journey to becoming a member of OMSNIC’s Board of Directors, his current practice setup, and his definition of malpractice insurance. Then, we learn more abou ..read more
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Anesthesia and Autism: Diagnosis, Prep, and Treatment, with Dr. Jonathan Bacon
Everyday Oral Surgery
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
1w ago
Autism is an expansive spectrum, and its diagnosis and treatment protocols are as equally widespread. To help us gain a better understanding of autism and how anesthesia works with autistic patients, we are joined today by Dental Anesthesiologist, Dr. Jonathan Bacon. Dr. Bacon begins by walking us through the current state of autism in America, how autism is diagnosed, why it’s important to pay attention to the language that we use regarding autism, and the comorbidities and physiological differences across the autism spectrum to be aware of. Then, our guest explains how he vets his patients ..read more
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Navigating Full Arch Rehabilitation from a Prosthodontic Lens, with Dr. Hunter Dawson (Prosthodontist)
Everyday Oral Surgery | Surgeons Talking Shop
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
2w ago
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating dental patients, especially when it comes to complicated procedures like full arch reconstruction, as today’s guest, Dr. Hunter Dawson, will attest. Dr. Dawson joins us to talk about how he navigates full arch rehabilitation and construction in his practice and how his multi-specialty setting allows him and his team to tailor their approach according to each patient’s specific needs. Tuning in, you’ll hear Dr. Dawson break down the rehabilitation process from his perspective as a prosthodontist, how he supports the talented surgeons he works w ..read more
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Finding Humor in Oral Surgery: Funny Stereotypes and Observations
Everyday Oral Surgery | Surgeons Talking Shop
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
1M ago
It is so important to be able to find humor in every situation, even difficult ones and as an oral surgeon, you may encounter difficult situations often! Today’s topic of discussion is a bit of a lighter one, as we are joined by Ben Hechler to break down all the different oral surgery stereotypes and our experiences of them. Maybe you are the grump surgeon who has worked way past your retirement or you’re the bro surgeon who wants to make friends with everyone! Perhaps you are the assistant who likes to give medical advice or even the storyteller front desk worker. You could even be the nervou ..read more
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Medicine Review: Neurological and Psychiatric Considerations, with Dr. Andrew Jenzer
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by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
1M ago
As an oral surgeon, all aspects of a patient’s medical status and history have to be taken into account. In this episode, we welcome Dr. Andrew Jenzer back to the show to discuss relevant psychological and neurological conditions and the medications used to treat them. Tuning in, you’ll hear an amazing description of some common neurological terms, a breakdown of different mood disorders, perioperative considerations for anti-depressant medications, how headaches differ, and the dangers of serotonin syndrome and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. We also delve into how Andrew handles his patient ..read more
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Summiting Life: Highpointing Adventures and Oral Surgery Insights, with Dr. Samuel Scroggins
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by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
2M ago
Balancing having a family and career as an oral surgeon can be quite difficult and today’s guest is no stranger to this struggle. Dr. Samuel Scroggins joins us today to share how he manages to find the highs in life while running his own private practice, raising eight children, and going on incredible highpointing adventures. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about our guest’s background and training, what made him interested in highpointing, why he loves it so much, and his plans for his next adventure. We then delve into how he got through residency with his large family before he explains why he ..read more
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Oral Health Collaborative: Bridging the Gap Between Periodontists and Oral Surgeons (with Drs. Robert McNeill and Stephanie Ganter)
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by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
3M ago
If you don’t want periodontists and oral surgeons working together, then turn off this podcast right now, because today is all about bridging the gap between a divide that’s stood for far too long. Joining us today is oral surgeon, Robert McNeill, DDS, MD, MBA, FACD, FICD, and periodontist, Stephanie Ganter, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD. The pair jointly host a podcast and share a dental practice, and they are here to explain how their two specialties can work together in harmony (against all odds). We discuss the importance of building better systemic channels of communication, how periodontists and o ..read more
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Anesthesia Topics: Using beta blockers with ketamine, nitrous oxide as an adjunct to sedation, advising patients on which medications to take prior to sedation, and treating patients with kidney failure (with Dr. Dallen Mill, Anesthesiologist)
Everyday Oral Surgery | Surgeons Talking Shop
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
3M ago
Dr. Dallen Mills from Peak View Anesthesia joins us once again to cast a wide net over the topic of anesthesia as we discuss beta blockers, ketamine, kidney failure, and a whole lot more! The last time he was here, Dr. Mills walked us through the ins and outs of Precedex. Today, he answers some follow-up questions by explaining how long you can use a Precedex solution after it’s been diluted. Our guest goes on to describe his treatment plan for post-surgery combatant patients, his thoughts on using beta blockers with ketamine, how he uses nitrous oxide as an adjunct to sedation, and how he app ..read more
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Perspectives on Management of TMJ Disease, with Dr. Michael Miloro
Everyday Oral Surgery | Surgeons Talking Shop
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
3M ago
Treating TMJ and TMD in patients can be a daunting prospect for oral surgeons, especially if they weren’t exposed to the relevant treatment procedures during residency. But that doesn’t mean general care can’t be improved upon. In today’s episode, Dr. Michael Miloro joins us to share his expertise on the management of TMD and TMJ and how he believes we can ensure better education among dental students going forward. Find out why Dr. Miloro is such a big proponent of having a multidisciplinary team before learning how he and his colleagues prioritize individualized, conservative, reversible, an ..read more
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Using Evidence-Based Practice to Improve Your Daily Clinical Treatment with Dr. Brian Carr
Everyday Oral Surgery | Surgeons Talking Shop
by Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon
4M ago
Evidence-based practice can substantially improve a clinician’s care and today’s guest, Dr. Brian Carr has compiled an incredible newsletter for dental professionals to get reliable information to enhance their practices. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about our guest’s career, his newsletter ‘Soapbox,’ how he incorporates what he learns into his clinical care, how you can learn from the articles you read, and more. We delve into the research he has been part of before Dr. Carr tells us about the topics he focuses on most often in his newsletter. Finally, he answers our rapid-fire questions. Thank ..read more
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