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Partnering in with Dr. I have to give 2. It was the first book my Dad gave to me in my late teens or early 20s. I give it to many of my young orthodontic patients. I actually had no idea. I guess I was too busy playing around and being a kid.
In my late teens, I planned on going to medical school. One fortunate life event changed my path and I instead headed down the dental school route. Best, and luckiest, career choice I could have ever made. I was a year-old swim coach at Sherwood Forest Country Club during the summer.
I coached 6-and-under boys and girls. I learned that sunblock was very important, that little kids have very short attention spans, and that kids are sponges and can learn almost anything that you teach them. I walk to Brew Bachers when I have time in between patients.
Getting to know the patients and families that come to our practice. It changed the way that I approached treating our patients from both facial-esthetic and airway points of view.
Providing autonomy to your team and others goes a long way. I love seeing the treatment progression from start to finish in our orthodontic patients. Other dentists and healthcare professionals referring patients to me because they trust that I will do the best for their patients.
About 20 texts and 10 emails. I would prefer to talk directly to someone. A phone call or face-to-face meeting conveys tone, expressions and the true meaning of what your communication is about. Smart phones as it relates to constant use with social media.
I like to have some quiet time before my day starts. And, my 6-year-old likes to watch the 6 a. Breakfast is a MUST. Being the best Husband and Father I can be. I think caring for your family is most important to our communities. Being the best orthodontist I can be. Most people think orthodontists simply straighten teeth.
I treat orthodontically based on the face, the airway, and then the bite. My goal is to make our patients overall healthier for the long-term. It is not and should not be about simply aligning teeth. I then began to realize what life is about.
I have a much better appreciation for the sacrifices, blessings, and daily stresses that my parents and in-laws probably went through in raising me, my siblings, Leah, and her siblings. Best is tough, but going to Breckenridge, Colorado, this past August with my wife, Leah.
It was a great combination of rest and fun. Beautiful weather and scenery the entire time. Any sports ball that I ever got, since I was a sports fanatic. I was super excited. Too bad the Saints got crushed, Just let me be Batman; rid the world of crime and murder.
My friends and family call me David. Our military who have fought and are fighting for our country.
I can only imagine the sacrifices they have made.DRESS FOR SUCCESS: The Gregory Agid Trio will perform during a Sippin' in the Courtyard raffle fundraiser for Dress for Success New Orleans from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday. BATON ROUGE, La. — A Louisiana couple is suing multiple companies, alleging sale of a defective vehicle.
Layton Wayne Thibodeaux, Jr. and Angela Lynn Thibodeaux filed a lawsuit June 27 in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana against Forest River, and U.S. Bank, alleging violation of the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. Kelly Hurtado. Executive Director, OLOL Foundation at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center.
Ubicación Baton Rouge y alrededores, Louisiana, Estados UnidosTitle: Executive Director, OLOL . I will also slap this stuff on salad greens! Ingredients 1- 15 oz can corn 1 can black beans 2 avocados (cubed) 2/3 cup chopped cilantro 8 green onion stalks, sliced 6 roma tomato.
There wasn’t a lot of talk about technology in President Trump’s first State of the Union speech Tuesday night, but he did take time to highlight Apple, citing its announcement earlier this month that it will invest $ billion in the United States. Annual National MED Week Conference Recognize Anniversary of Katrina.
WASHINGTON, DC –On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, August 29, , the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) will kick off the National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week conference in Washington, DC at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.