[ACEsthetics] NON-Dental--Up toward area 51

Out past Mount Baldy, north of Palm Springs, in fact, not that far from Area 51, up in the California High Desert, you can find the Noah Purifoy outdoor museum. Eclectic art trouves sculptures go from wacky to ironic to painfully serious. Worth the drive to see the rather amazing collection.
 
I've put up a 7 minute vid at http://youtu.be/VMeaR-Swa84.
 
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[MTC Global] Enriching mail

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Wow! Indeed innovative thinking. Teachers need to apply their mind on three statements made by Thomas Friedman:

 

1.       Teachers is a translator between two hostile tribes – the education world and the business world

2.       Education system should not make students college ready but innovation ready

3.       Today’s youth has not to find jobs but invent the jobs.

 

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[MTC Global] Thought for the day


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or fluency of English you speak ...
It's measured by the number of faces who smile
when they hear your name "

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[ACEsthetics] Angies List

Has anyone else beside my had enough of the TV  commercials....


"From Plumber's and Dentist's an more"

!!!!??????
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Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists

Has anyone else beside my had enough of the TV  commercials....


"From Plumber's and Dentist's an more"

!!!!??????



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We put that functionality in SoftDent 7.15 in 1991.

 

Just sayin.

 

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Subject: Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists

 

Rick,

 

We are kind of struggling with this right now also.  We have setup referal codes so we know what is going out but have no good way to track if the patient followed up.  We are using Eaglesoft.  As much as I love many things about Eaglesoft their specialist referal stuff is really completely useless.  It is like the programmer made it with no input from an actual working office.

 

Jeff

 

Jeff L. Rodgers, DMD, PC

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On Mar 28, 2013, at 11:01 AM, Rick Coker <riccoker@gmail.com> wrote:



Well, I am going to see what sort of Practice works report can be done and be sure to do that weekly, but we can always do a spiral notebook, or a online report of some kind. One thing I am going to do is to be sure that all the specialists get a clear message of what I expect FROM them when I refer.

 

Rick

 

On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 9:58 AM, David Hamel <hameldds@gmail.com> wrote:

Rick, as an old timer, here is what I've discovered about the black hole syndrome.  It has gotten bigger with every update of computerization in my office.  What happened to the good ol days of writing it down on a spiral notebook when someone was referred out or missed an appointment?  Now we can scan for patients not seen since... but they are basically lost behind a computer screen in my office to a higher degree.


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On Mar 28, 2013, at 8:27 AM, Rick Coker wrote:

 

I am wanting to develop a form where I can know what happened with each patient I refer out to a specialist- surgeon, implant guy, endodontist, periodontist.

 

I fear the "black hole" syndrome, where you really don't know what happened with your folks, and sure, I can go look in practiceworks at a particular patient, but what if I don't remember that patient's name?

 

How do you handle this?

 

Rick

 

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Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists

No mirror.  The scope becomes the mirror substitute in your left hand.
 
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I would think that you'd have to be close to right on top of the orifice to be able to see, because it would be hard to hold BOTH the camera and your mirror at the same time. I would think that positioning the camera right above the orifice would get in the way of a file. Often, it's tough getting those things in there all by themselves. No?
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On Mar 31, 2013, at 12:16 PM, "William Domb" <wmdomb@verizon.net> wrote:

Anyone tried just using a half-decent intraoral camera held in the left hand as a substitute for using a microscope in endo?
 
Not great while water's spraying all over the place like when prepping a tooth, but endo??
 
Magnification can be similar to the heavy iron scopes and a heck of a lot easier to slew around to visualize things better.  Yeah, not 3D, but that turns out to be pretty irrelevant as soon as you put an instrument into the field.  The mind immediately snaps into 3D mode and understands exactly where stuff is.
 
regards
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Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2013 3:11 AM
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Subject: RE: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists
 
Just kidding a friend.  It is very likely he bought it just for your office.  Lugging those things around would be a task I would not want unless you were built like a tank.  You could not use the base as a mobile part.  It would have to stay put…about 200 pounds.  But is does give him a spare to store off site if one of his goes down.  You probably have more room than him.  Are you in Dallas? I'd love to see some of the offices while I'm out there.
 
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Subject: RE: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists
 
Well, it's certainly difficult to know intentions, and heck, maybe he left the one here that is on it's last leg for all I know. He has had it here for about 6 months, and we have to roll it into a closet when he isn't here. No one else uses it. 

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At 07:13 AM 3/30/2013, Guy Moorman wrote:

JIf he bought a scope just to leave at your office, he's lying a bit.  You don't buy a 20k dollar piece of equipment to sit for four days.  He must have one at his office on its last leg.  Now I'd have to buy one to leave at your office because I couldn't carry the scope in.  I'd buy a base but not the entire scope.  You can only get in about four or five endos in a day if they are molars and unless your fees are 2 grand a molar it isn't worth leaving one.  Jerking the chain of one of my favorite people. 
 
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Subject: Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists
 
Partner does wisdom teeth and some implants. Our resident periodontist does more implants and perio surgery. The endodontist works every Saturday (he bought a microscsope just to leave at our office), so there really is very little we refer out. Pediatric ortho - yep. 
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On Mar 29, 2013, at 6:17 AM, Rick Coker <riccoker@gmail.com> wrote:
I know Marvin doesn't refer, but I also know you don't do anything involving tooth dust or blood, and your partner can't do everything, Kent! Implants, endodontics on troublesome patients, wisdom teeth- you know!
 
Rick
 
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 6:13 AM, Kent Smith <mailto:kentsmith@21stcenturydental.com> wrote:
Referrals? What are referrals? I asked Marvin, and he had this puzzled look on his face, so I thought I would ask the group. Hey Dilatush, do you want us putting info on doctors not in our practice in our next mailer too? :-)
Kent Smith DDS

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On Mar 28, 2013, at 8:27 AM, Rick Coker <riccoker@gmail.com> wrote:
I am wanting to develop a form where I can know what happened with each patient I refer out to a specialist- surgeon, implant guy, endodontist, periodontist.
 
I fear the "black hole" syndrome, where you really don't know what happened with your folks, and sure, I can go look in practiceworks at a particular patient, but what if I don't remember that patient's name?
 
How do you handle this?
 
Rick
 
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Re: [ACEsthetics] Endo so skip if not interested

No, the ozonides are around for quite some time doing their thing.
 
Irrelevant completely if we're talking about oxygen inhibition, however.  The oily layer may be an issue if not removed.
 
bill domb
 
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Subject: Re: [ACEsthetics] Endo so skip if not interested
 
Thank you Bill. My comment was more concerning the ozone carrier, and not the ozone itself.
 
But your comment does raise the question: If oil is a more time-released form, might the oxidative properties of the oil become more relevant? Do the ozonoids in oils react and disappear just as quickly as the ozone in gas form or in aqueous?
 
Thanks for your insight.
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On Mar 31, 2013, at 12:11 PM, "William Domb" <wmdomb@verizon.net> wrote:

David is also right for those of us using resin sealers.  Any oxygen producing agent destroys the ability of the resin sealer to set, thus a failure. 
 
Maybe, but has not been observed by those using ozone in reality.  Probably because it reacts so rapidly that it disappears as a reactive entity before you get your sealer mixed.
 
 

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[ACEsthetics] Re: Non Dental Diving Photos West Palm

Wonder if they've been eaten by the lionfish.
John


On Mar 31, 12:19 am, "William Domb" <wmd...@verizon.net> wrote:
> Gorgeous work!
>
> Heckuva lot better critters than Little Cayman.  Viz was good there, so the
> grand topography was in its best light, but not many animules of interest.
>
> regards
> bill domb
>
> From: John Highsmith DDS
> Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2013 5:04 PM
> To: ace ACE
> Subject: [ACEsthetics] Non Dental Diving Photos West Palm
>
> https://plus.google.com/photos/109494596681380770720/albums/586127864...
>
> Just got back from diving in West Palm Beach for Spring break with the kids.
> Last spring vacation together before Mark is a college student!! Yikes!
> Main reason for choosing West Palm is that we've heard that the diving under
> the Blue Heron Bridge is amazing, and it did not disappoint. It's known for
> incredible diversity of species there, mostly the small critter variety. Saw
> more octopi there than I've seen in over 20 years of diving. You have to go
> at high tide, so timing is important, and it does limit the dives to pretty
> much one a day there.
> Only minor injuries (pulled a muscle messing around in the surf, and general
> hypothermia--it was pretty chilly in and out of the water last week).
> Everyone had a great time, and we celebrated Becky's birthday (#16!) at
> every dinner.
>
> Cheers, and enjoy the photos.
>
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Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists

He is coming to the HDIQ workshop!

Rick


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Just drove in from seeing the new granddaughter (3 days old now). When will you be in Big D?

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At 05:11 AM 3/31/2013, Guy Moorman wrote:
Just kidding a friend.  It is very likely he bought it just for your office.  Lugging those things around would be a task I would not want unless you were built like a tank.  You could not use the base as a mobile part.  It would have to stay put…about 200 pounds.  But is does give him a spare to store off site if one of his goes down.  You probably have more room than him.  Are you in Dallas? I'd love to see some of the offices while I'm out there. 
 
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To: Guy Moorman; riccoker@gmail.com
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Subject: RE: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists
 
Well, it's certainly difficult to know intentions, and heck, maybe he left the one here that is on it's last leg for all I know. He has had it here for about 6 months, and we have to roll it into a closet when he isn't here. No one else uses it.

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At 07:13 AM 3/30/2013, Guy Moorman wrote:

JIf he bought a scope just to leave at your office, he's lying a bit.  You don't buy a 20k dollar piece of equipment to sit for four days.  He must have one at his office on its last leg.  Now I'd have to buy one to leave at your office because I couldn't carry the scope in.  I'd buy a base but not the entire scope.  You can only get in about four or five endos in a day if they are molars and unless your fees are 2 grand a molar it isn't worth leaving one.  Jerking the chain of one of my favorite people.
 
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acesthetics@googlegroups.com [ mailto:acesthetics@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Kent Smith
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2013 10:13 AM
To: riccoker@gmail.com
Cc: Ace
Subject: Re: [ACEsthetics] How do you account for patients you refer out to specialists
 
Partner does wisdom teeth and some implants. Our resident periodontist does more implants and perio surgery. The endodontist works every Saturday (he bought a microscsope just to leave at our office), so there really is very little we refer out. Pediatric ortho - yep.
Kent Smith DDS
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On Mar 29, 2013, at 6:17 AM, Rick Coker <riccoker@gmail.com> wrote:
I know Marvin doesn't refer, but I also know you don't do anything involving tooth dust or blood, and your partner can't do everything, Kent! Implants, endodontics on troublesome patients, wisdom teeth- you know!
 
Rick
 
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 6:13 AM, Kent Smith < kentsmith@21stcenturydental.com> wrote:
Referrals? What are referrals? I asked Marvin, and he had this puzzled look on his face, so I thought I would ask the group. Hey Dilatush, do you want us putting info on doctors not in our practice in our next mailer too? :-)
Kent Smith DDS
www.SleepDallas.com
www.MySecretBraces.com
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On Mar 28, 2013, at 8:27 AM, Rick Coker <riccoker@gmail.com> wrote:
I am wanting to develop a form where I can know what happened with each patient I refer out to a specialist- surgeon, implant guy, endodontist, periodontist.
 
I fear the "black hole" syndrome, where you really don't know what happened with your folks, and sure, I can go look in practiceworks at a particular patient, but what if I don't remember that patient's name?
 
How do you handle this?
 
Rick
 
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