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Paul Feuerstein

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055 Dr. Paul Feuerstein: The Rock and Roll Dental Tech Guru

The Dental Clinical Companion

In a wide ranging and entertaining interview, Dr. Paul Feuerstein discusses must have technology in the dental office, optional technologies, his experience in evaluating new technology, AI in Dentistry, Dental 3D printing, digital workflow, and his best advice for the young dentist and his colleagues. Dr. Paul Feuerstein has been practicing dentistry for over 45 years. He studied chemistry, engineering, computer science, and music at the State University of New York, Stony Brook before earning his DMD at the University of New Jersey School of Medicine & Dentistry. Throughout his career, Dr. Feuerstein has been as fascinated with the advancement of dental technologies as he is with patient care. For over 30 years he has brought high tech advances into the office for patient care as well as to the entire dental industry as an expert teacher and consultant on dental technologies.He is currently the Technology Editor of Dentistry Today, the industry’s leading trade journal, author of several articles about dental technology, and a lecturer at many national and local dental meetings. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in General Dentistry at Tufts University. In 2010, Dr. Feuerstein was named “Clinician of the Year” at the Yankee Dental Congress.The Dental Clinical Companion Podcast (DCCP) is provided for general informational purposes only. The DCCP, MounceEndo, LLC, and Dr. Richard Mounce personally have no liability for any clinical, management, or financial decisions or actions taken or made by you based on the information provided in this program. The DCCP is not intended to offer dental, medical, legal, management, investment, surgical, tax, clinical, or any other professional advice. Reliance on the information in the DCCP is done entirely at the listeners own risk.  No guarantees, representations, or warrantees are made with regard to the completeness, accuracy, and/or quality of the DCCP.  The DCCP takes no responsibility for, does not endorse, and does not imply a relationship/affiliation to any websites, products, services, devices, individuals, organizations which are hyperlinked to any DCCP component or mentioned in the DCCP. Third party materials, hyperlinks, and/or DCCP content does not reflect the opinions, standards, and policies of MounceEndo, LLC (owner of the DCCP, Dr. Richard Mounce, the guest, or show sponsors). The DCCP makes no warranty that the Podcast and its server are free of computer viruses or other destructive or contaminating code elements. The Dental Clinical Companion Podcast expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special consequential or other damages arising out of any individuals use of, reference to, reliance on, or inability to use, this podcast or the information presented in this podcast. http://www.dentalclinicalcompanion.com/Support the show (http://mounceendo.com/)

1hr 9mins

10 Jul 2020

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Simplifying Materials and Technology with Dr. Marcos Vargas and Dr. Paul Feuerstein (DHP274)

The Very Dental Podcast Network

Jason and Alan spoke with Dr. Marcos Vargas who is an educator and teacher. Marcos teaches at the University of Iowa and explains why today's dental schools aren't maybe the same animal as they were 20 years ago. layering, color matching and how materials are simplifying simplifying means less inventory 3M universal shades are essentially the body shades from Filtek Supreme Ultra layering vs. bulk fill insurance patients vs. layering and "ultimate esthetics" "insurance company pays for function" what dentists know about teeth vs. what patients know about teeth what's new with 3M bulk fill technology Marcos's schedule at University of Iowa is split between research, lecture and clinical instruction How to practice in a dental school Dental school isn't what it used to be, it's much better to be a dental student now! Teaching digital dentistry in dental school Do dental students understand the debt that they're getting into? The Dental Hacks also had a chance to talk with Dr. Paul Feurstein! Paul is a dentist, writer and educator and let's be honest...he's a dental meeting warrior! Paul celebrates his 50th GNYDM He goes to a LOT of dental shows Dentists as inventors Are dental products addressing problems that we don't have? Paul has created a dental character and now he's become it! How is he using SDF? Paul's connection to 3M Some links from the show: Dentsply Sirona SDR Flow+ Jason's upcoming Cosmedent course (September 10-11, 2020) Spear Education It's time to sign up for VoD (January 24-25th at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Villas The Voices of Dentistry is just over two months away! We have an amazing speaker line up, some very exciting exhibitors and the best party in all of dentistry! Go check it out and register at www.voicesofdentistry.com! VoD 2019 Highlight video The Dental Hacks Nation closed Facebook group has 28,000 members! Head over there to interact with other Dental Hacks listeners, guests and Brain Trust members every day, all day! Remember…if you don’t have anything “dental” on your FB page, we might decline your membership request. So IM the group or email us at info@dentalhacks.com! HACKY NEW YEAR from the Dental Hacks and our friends at YAPI! YAPI is offering it's special Dental Hacks Nation deal of $200 off at dentalhacks.com/YAPI using coupon code "HACKS200." Plus, if you buy in January 2020, you'll get a $100 Amazon Gift Card! So HACKY NEW YEAR to you! YAPI...it’s a funny name but serious software! Can you really have "one cement to rule them all?" Cosmedent thinks so. They've got a new self etching resin cement that is really easy to clean up, has low film thickness and handles like a dream. If you've been hesitant to move to a resin cement for everything...Rock cement may be just the thing you need! Go check it out at dentalhacks.com/rock! Go Hack Yourself Jason: The Movies that Made Us (The actor that Al couldn't remember: Jackie Earle Haley) Alan: Global Surgical Microsurgeon's chair If you have any questions or comments for us please drop us an email at info@dentalhacks.com or find us (and like us!) at www.facebook.com/dentalhacks. Or, if you prefer…give us a call at (866) 223-5257 and leave us a message. You might be played in the show! If you like us, why not leave us a review on iTunes? It helps us get found by like minded people and might even help us get into “What’s Hot” in the iTunes store! Go to this link and let the world know about the Dental Hacks! Finally, if you aren’t an Apple person, consider reviewing us on Stitcher at: stitcher.com/podcast/the-dentalhacks-podcast! If you would like to support the podcast you can check out our Patreon page! Although the show will always remain free to download, our Patreon supporters get access to special bonus content including (at least) one extra podcast episode every months! Also be sure to check out the Dental Hacks swag store where you can find t-shirts, stickers coffee mugs and all sorts of other things that let the world know you’re a part of the Hacks Nation.

1hr 8mins

10 Jan 2020

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Dr. Paul Feuerstein talks about the latest dental technologies, being a rock and roll star in school and what to expect when you take off the "Manhole cover".

Dental Slang With Dr. Christopher Phelps And Dr. Jodi Danna

If you’re looking for new dental slang, today’s episode is for you. Coming fresh off a great dental day today, and Jodi is sharing some of her new slang right off the bat. Our guest today, Dr. Paul Feuerstein, also shares the slang he learned in his first week of practicing dentistry, but that’s not all he’s talking about today. The godfather of dental technology has his own tips and tricks for using slang to boost the morale at your dental office.  Paul is a real rockstar in the dental office. He may have turned down a year of traveling on the road with his band to finish dental school, but he still plays guitar a few times a month with friends and brings that rockstar performance into his dental practice. Paul’s speciality is restorative dentistry, and he’s been working with the same assistant for twenty years. Working this closely with someone means their slang is sometimes just a nod or a wink, but his strategy is really about including the patient in on the fun. As dentists, we’re often up close and personal with our patients. So are our assistants. In this case, Paul likes to talk to and compliment his staff over his patients. This way, everyone’s included in the conversation and the procedure. This kind of personal approach really helps patients understand their treatment plans and what’s going on inside their mouth without the awkward confusion of complicated dental terms. Talking slang with your staff and your patients is a key way to raise the morale at your practice and make this fun. Patients can pick up on either the chaos or the serenity of your office, and you want to create a space that’s as comfortable as possible. For Paul, that secret for serenity lies with his staff. He empowers his staff by showing his appreciation. There are different ways to do this, and we all discuss our favorite ways to compliment, appreciate, and empower our assistants and staff members in today’s episode.  Who we work with and how we work together is a key force behind the success of your dental practice. We’re putting on a performance every time we go to work. Sometimes this performance is in what we do, but it’s also in how we talk. How dentists talk to their staff reflects on how they talk to their patients, and vice-versa. Paul’s attitude toward putting on this rockstar performance every day in his dental office is all about making sure everyone knows their role and how important they are in it. It won’t hurt your staff to remind them how awesome they are every day, no matter what slang you use to tell it to them. Not only does Paul have plenty of slang to share, he’s also sharing his tips and tricks for finding the best impression scanners and 3D printers. His simple test for finding the best impression scanner can help you narrow down which brand works best for you and your patients so you don’t have to trudge through anymore dramatic online reviews or arguments about which is better. When it comes to 3D printers, the godfather of dental tech is sharing his two cents. While the realm of 3D printers hasn’t peaked yet, Paul is looking forward to the emerging trends. Tune in now to find out why he thinks 3D is essential for any dentists doing their own implants, and the slang that goes along with it.  In This Episode You Will Learn: What it takes to be a rockstar and a dentist 3:55 Why Paul calls it a “dental performance” 8:50 The dental slang Paul learned in his first week of practice 12:09 The different ways to compliment and appreciate your staff and assistants 16:50 Paul’s favorite slang to use with his assistant Karla 20:00 Paul’s trick for finding the best impression scanner 24:09 What 3D printers can actually do for the modern dentist 28:15 Some Questions We Discuss: What should everyone be doing in their dental office every day? 8:10 How does Paul use slang to help patients understand their treatment plan? 9:40 How do you keep your patients engaged during your appointments? 15:30 What does Disney have in common with dentistry? 18:38 What new dental tech is Paul most excited about? 23:20 What one thing should dentists be careful of? 27:40 What slang are other dentists using in their offices? 32:02 Resources: Visit our website: www.DentalSlang.com Connect with us on Facebook: Dental Slang Get some practice management tips from the late Robert Barkley If you’re in Bar Harbor, bring Paul a lobster roll. Otherwise, you can connect with him here at Dentistry Today

34mins

25 Sep 2019

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The Dental Insiders Episode 19: Dr. Paul Feuerstein on Dental Technology

The Dental Insiders Podcast

The Dental Insiders, hosted by Matthew Petchel and Michael Dunn, is a podcast for dentists, dental team members and industry professionals. We share stories and lessons from clinicians and industry visionaries with the goal of providing an entertaining and informative … Continue reading →

10 May 2016

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The Dental Insiders Episode 18: Dr. Paul Feuerstein Tells Us How It All Began

The Dental Insiders Podcast

The Dental Insiders, hosted by Matthew Petchel and Michael Dunn, is a podcast for dentists, dental team members and industry professionals. We share stories and lessons from clinicians and industry visionaries with the goal of providing an entertaining and informative … Continue reading →

30 Apr 2016

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Computers, High Technology and Digital Impressions with Dr. Paul Feuerstein

The Thriving Dentist Show

[audio:http://traffic.libsyn.com/takacslearningcenter/TDS094.mp3] Podcast: Download | Play in new window/mobile device Running Time: 50:45 min   Dr. Paul Feuerstein is one of dentistry’s all time good guys! In addition to being a practicing Dentist, Paul is the Technology Editor for Dental Economics …

52mins

23 Oct 2013