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Dr. Davita Danesh of Concierge Dentistry
Dr. Jay Grossman
“She has extensive experience with cosmetic dentistry, as well as pediatric dentistry.” – Dr. Jay Grossman
LOS ANGELES, CA, US, December 3, 2020 /[To enable links contact MENAFN] EINPresswire.com/ — Winner of the Best of Los Angeles Award – ‘Best Dentist – 2020’ , [To enable links contact MENAFN] Dr. Jay Grossman and his [To enable links contact MENAFN] Concierge Dentistry team are thrilled to welcome Dr. Davita Danesh to their practice in Brentwood, CA. Since 1991, Concierge Dentistry’s mission has been to deliver the finest dental care available. Using state-of-the-art dental technology, their office provides modern imaging capabilities that allow you to clearly see the reasons for procedures and the intended results.
Dr. Danesh, a native Angelino, did her undergraduate training at UCLA, and her dental training at USC. “Dr. Danesh’s extensive experience with cosmetic dentistry, as well as pediatric dentistry will be of incredible benefit to our team and patients”, states Dr. Grossman.
Professor at UCLA College of Dentistry and Professor at NYU College of Dentistry, Dr. Grossman believes in delivering ultra-high-level care with state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. He has helped over 10,000 children and adults enjoy more beautiful smiles and greater self-confidence. He states, “We recognize that patients are individuals with different goals and needs, and we strive to provide a soothing and educational environment where extraordinary results are realized.”
In partnership with Dr. Grossman’s years of experience, Dr. Davita Danesh will surely contribute to the excellence that Concierge Dentistry stands behind, and excel in her new practice. Dr. Grossman expresses his enthusiasm by stating, “We are very excited to welcome her to our practice”.
Dr. Jay Grossman ([To enable links contact MENAFN] ) has a concierge dental practice in the Brentwood neighborhood of West Los Angeles since 1991 with several specialists offering “continuity of care”, all specialties under one roof. He is a graduate of NYU College of Dentistry as well as a former Lieutenant in the United States Navy Dental Corps. He is a current Professor at UCLA College of Dentistry and Professor at NYU College of Dentistry and a former Professor at Western University College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Grossman is a speaker on the national stage, and the founder of Homeless Not Toothless, an organization that has donated over $5 million in free dental care to over 60,000 homeless Veterans and foster children.
Dr. Jay Grossman and his Concierge Dentistry team’s goal has always been simple: to deliver the finest dental care available. Using state-of-the-art dental technology, they have provided modern imaging capabilities that allow their patients to clearly see the reasons for procedures and the intended results. They recognize that patients are individuals with different goals and needs, and they strive to provide a soothing and educational environment where extraordinary results are realized.
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A Lantana woman had always been strong and independent.
When she finally walked away from her five-year abusive relationship, she noticed she had briefly lost many of her hardworking assets.
The 32-year-old, who wants to be identified as Jane, is rebuilding her life and is using her experience to help others realize they can live a life they’re proud of and deserve.
“I knew his behavior was wrong. I knew the situation was wrong. I was trying to get out of it, but they trap you,” she said.
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The most recent done at the hands of the man Jane thought she knew and loved left her bloodied and bruised, with horrible marks on her face.
“He punched me in the face and knocked me cold to the ground,” she said. “Thankfully, I’ve never seen his face again.”
Jane broke her silence about her abusive relationship while in the hospital that night. Jane says victims don’t deserve to have their world unraveling on the inside, they need to tell someone.
“I felt like I put myself in this position and that I needed to get myself out of it, so I was honestly working to try to get myself out of it,” she said. “You need to ask for help, you need to tell people your situation, you need to accept the help.”
In this season of giving, dentists at Spodak Dental Group in Delray Beach want to turn her tragedy to triumph. For them, that’s helping to boost her self-esteem and sense of self-worth with a restored smile at no cost.
“My sincere hope is that her confidence and her strength, sends a message to someone at home who is in an abusive relationship to not take it anymore,” said Dr. Craig Spodak of Spodak Dental Group. “To take care of their family and leave a relationship like that.”
“I have a great view on life. I am so happy right now, I never felt happier to be free. I won’t let this define me in anyway shape or form,” Jane said. “I had no idea of the resources that were out there.”
There are several resources available in Palm Beach County, including Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, or AVDA, with a team working around the clock to get survivors shelter and transitional housing. Right now, they’re getting between 180 to 200 calls a month, a significant climb.
“We’re finding unfortunately that the violence level, the lethality level of these situations, is very high, guns are involved, multiple children,” said Jennifer Rey, Program Services Director at Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse.
While it’s high, she says rooms are available and safety measures are in place for those who want to reach out and escape.
“We have PPE for everybody. We have a cleaning regime that’s making the place wiped down every 8 hours, so we’re going a lot to make it safe
The Dentist Entrepreneur Organization and Share Moving Media Announce Joint Venture to Publish DSO-focused Dental Trade Magazine
The Dentist Entrepreneur Organization (DEO) is committed to providing emerging dental group leaders access to the connections, education, and resources they need to grow. So, The DEO is excited to announce its joint venture with Share Moving Media to form DEO Media, LLC, publisher of Efficiency In Group Practice Magazine, a resource for dentist entrepreneurs and DSO leaders.
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) December 03, 2020
The Dentist Entrepreneur Organization (The DEO) of Portland, Oregon and Share Moving Media of Lawrenceville, Georgia announce the formation of a new entity called DEO Media, LLC, a joint venture between the two organizations to publish Efficiency in Group Practice, a bi-monthly dental trade magazine focused on DSOs (dental service organizations) and group dentistry.
“We’re extremely excited to give emerging dental group leaders even more access to the people, education, and resources they need to grow,” said Jacob Puhl, CEO of The DEO. “This partnership further enables us to continue our mission to help dentist entrepreneurs and their executives fulfill their visions. We hope to have a continued positive impact on the dental community.”
Efficiency In Group Practice provides an informational and educational link between manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and dental group practices. Each issue of Efficiency covers emerging trends in dentistry, and provides content to enable group practices to capitalize on their distinct strengths and differences to reach new heights of efficiency and become more profitable.
“This new partnership positions Efficiency in Group Practice with the leadership and direction so dearly needed for a publication to thrive in these dynamic times,” said Share Moving Media CEO John Pritchard. “Now more than ever, dental group practices need insight, understanding and community to grow their practices. We are excited to partner with Jacob Puhl and the entire DEO team to help provide just that!”
Under the partnership, The DEO and Share Moving Media will collaborate on editorial, sales, marketing and distribution of the industry-leading publication. Jacob Puhl, partner and CEO of the Dentist Entrepreneur Organization, will be Efficiency’s publisher.
The first issue from DEO Media, LLC will be the January-February 2021 edition of Efficiency In Group Practice.
The Dentist Entrepreneur Organization© (DEO) provides a context, a professional resource, and a peer-to-peer network within a well-managed organizational structure. For more information, visit https://deodentalgroup.com/.
Share Moving Media is a leading publishing and content company providing information, communication and educational services to providers, manufacturers and distributors involved in the business of healthcare. For more information, visit https://sharemovingmedia.com/.
For more information on Efficiency in Group Practice, visit https://www.dentalgrouppractice.com/.
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Knoxville dentist Clarence “Buzz” Nabers has sold his Gay Street building and closed the branch of his practice located there.
Josh Smith, founder and former owner of Master Service Companies, purchased the four-story building in late September for $2.8 million under the LLC Master OZ 300 Gay St.
Around that time, a Knox County Circuit Court judge denied Nabers’ motion to dismiss a proposed $50 million class-action lawsuit, allowing the case against him to move forward to what seems likely be a costly and time-consuming discovery process.
The lawsuit alleges Nabers endangered thousands of his patients by improperly sterilizing dental equipment, potentially exposing them to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C.
Nabers still operates out of his 2061 Thunderhead Road office in West Knoxville.
A different dentist, Ethan Long, has leased the dental office space in the Gay Street building, Smith told Knox News.
Buzz Nabers controversy
Nabers was fined $11,000 in August 2019 and his license placed on probation after the Tennessee Board of Dentistry found he improperly sterilized dental equipment and forged certification documents.
More: Knoxville dentist Buzz Nabers improperly sterilized tools, forged certificates, state says
The investigation found Nabers had dental assistants perform procedures outside their scope of practice, including filling cavities and placing permanent crowns.
The state mandated that Nabers inform patients of the risks associated with some of those improper sterilization techniques. Months later, some patients received unsigned letters from Nabers’ practice stating they could obtain HIV and hepatitis tests if they “would like to be tested.”
More: Buzz Nabers dental patients urged to get tested for HIV, hepatitis B and C
Three patients filed a $50 million proposed class-action lawsuit against Nabers.
Though a judge denied the defense’s motion to dismiss the case, the class has not yet been certified. It’s a procedural step in which the judge will decide whether the case can move forward and, if so, how to break up and define the groups of individuals involved.
Smith investing profits of company sale
Smith sold his company, one of the region’s largest residential waterproofing and foundation services providers, for an undisclosed sum in November 2019 and invested $8 million into 4th Purpose Foundation, a prison reform nonprofit he created.
Smith was released from a federal prison camp about 16 years ago and
DAZZLING veneers have been the must-have accessory for celebs over the past decade, from Simon Cowell to Joey Essex.
But having sparked the trend for perfect white smiles, Hollywood is now turning its back.
Dr Jon Marashi, whose clients include actors Matt Damon and Renee Zellweger, says “perfect imperfect” teeth are now the goal. He explains:
“Your smile should look like something you were born with. It shouldn’t overwhelm your face.
“The pendulum swung a bit too far in one direction.”
YASMIN HARISHA looks at stars before and after they changed their not so pearly whites. Can you guess whose smile was whose?
1. This smile was spotted all the way from LA by her Prince Charming
2. She is so Posh that this 46-year-old pop star got her teeth stuck into a £25k designer set to go with her new career in fashion
3. An old smoking habit could have been a Factor in the 61-year-old upgrading his gnashers to this set of blinding white ones
4. She is a 42-year-old glamour-puss and no stranger to going under the knife . . . no matter what the Price is
5. While this 39-year-old may now have perfect teeth, she still had to brush and floss like everyone else did This Morning
6. This actress did her teeth the Wright way after discreetly wearing braces to achieve a perfect smile
7. She’s known for her tidying hacks, and reality show slots – but it was the 31-year-old’s Loose lips which led her to upgrade these teeth
8. It wasn’t Mission Impossible for this actor’s dentist
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Murfreesboro, TN – Roy Thompson, DDS has set a standard that remains unparalleled in the dental world, especially in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The dental practice promises a 5-star dental experience to all patients. By combining the most professional staff both dental and administrative, the use of the latest dental technologies and procedures, as well as a clean and hygienic dental practice, Roy Thompson, DDS has been able to deliver the very best experience to patients.
Patients who come into the dental practice know that they will enjoy the very best dental experience. From the moment patients walk into the dental practice, they are presented with a service that stands out among the competitors.
New patients are offered all of the help needed to go through the registration process without hassles. The administrative team will prove helpful by guiding new patients through the simple and straightforward paperwork and also assist with any questions they may have regarding the practice, insurance, payment options, financing, and more.
Roy Thompson, DDS operates from a comfortable and relaxing environment. With a relaxing waiting area for patients to wait ahead of their appointment, the dentist guarantees that a patient’s time will be respected.
The [To enable links contact MENAFN] Murfreesboro dental office offers a private consultation room where the patient can discuss their dental problems with the dentist. Dr. Roy Thompson, DDS is a great listener, will ask relevant questions, and carry out required dental examinations aimed at uncovering dental problems and a diagnosis.
Patients will be offered all of the information that they need to know about their diagnosis and the dentist will also offer a range of treatment options for the patient to choose from based on their oral health goals and budget.
At Roy Thompson, DDS, patients can rest assured that all of their oral health care and treatment needs will be addressed under one roof. The dental practice offers a range of dental solutions including general or preventative dentistry aimed at protecting the natural teeth from dental problems and diseases that can compromise their strength. As part of the general dentistry procedures offered, patients will have access to dental health screening, dental examinations, protective treatments like fluoride treatment and dental sealants, early dental alignment consultation for children, as well as advice on how to care for the teeth.
Those who have lost one or more of their teeth due to different reasons including physical trauma, oral diseases, or genetic predisposition to gum disease can rest assured that the dental practice offers solutions in the form of [To enable links contact MENAFN] Murfreesboro dentures, dental implants, dental fillings, as well as dental bonding.
Those who suffer from conditions like TMJ can come into the practice for therapy aimed at addressing the condition head-on.
Roy Thompson, DDS is focused on delivering the very best dental experience for all patients. Visit the dental practice at 122 Heritage Park Dr. Suite 300, Murfreesboro, TN, 37129, or call 615-896-1330
OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Providing the highest quality, longest lasting and most honest dentistry available has been a commitment of OKC dentist Dr. Chris Saxon’s since he began practicing dentistry. He is keeping this commitment by providing his patients with an on-site dental lab. This allows Dr. Saxon and his team at Saxon Dentistry to work hand in hand with the lab specialists to ensure an outstanding level of quality and service.
The Saxon Dentistry Difference
In most practices, the standard procedure is to outsource your dental lab needs. These typically include dentures, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, implant restorations and more. While convenient and often less expensive for dentists, quality and precision are often compromised. With Saxon Dentistry, this is kept on-site, ensuring greater quality control, accuracy of fit and most importantly, higher patient satisfaction.
When patients embark on full smile makeovers, dental implants, porcelain veneers and even a single crown, they are putting a lot of trust in their dentist. This trust is not taken lightly at Saxon Dentistry. The on-site lab utilizes top tier dental materials, advanced technology and employs skilled, meticulous technicians. Combining this with Dr. Saxon’s expertise allows for predictable, high quality outcomes.
When teaming up with the on-site dental lab specialist, Dr. Saxon can bring them directly into the room with the patient and together listen to the patient’s concerns. Without an on-site lab, dentists have to relay information to their labs via phone call or email. Details get lost in translation, and details matter greatly when customizing a smile for patients. Sometimes the most minor adjustment can have the biggest impact.
Smile Makeovers OKC
Dr. Saxon has a particular passion for making dentistry beautiful and natural. His keen eye for detail can make any dental restoration, from a single cracked tooth repair to dental veneers to full mouth dental implants, blend seamlessly into a smile. This has made him a highly sought after OKC cosmetic dentist and implant dentist.
“When dentistry is done to the highest level, no one should be able to detect that you’ve had dental work completed.”
He believes in meeting patients exactly where they are in life, understanding their goals and setting forth the appropriate treatment from there. There is no one size fits all dentistry in his office. Personalized care is not only necessary; it’s what every patient deserves that walks through a dentist’s door.
Get to Know Oklahoma City Native, Dr. Chris Saxon
Dr. Saxon is a native of Oklahoma City and a graduate of Putnam City North high school. He received his doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College Of Dentistry. He takes between 100-150 hours of continuing education every year, far exceeding the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry’s requirements.
Dr. Saxon is committed to giving back to the local community. One way he does this is by being an Oklahoma Mission of Mercy participant. Dr. Saxon is an avid golfer, cyclist and kite boarder, but his greatest joy comes from spending time with
Selma Pierce, a well-known community leader, retired dentist and former legislative candidate, was struck and killed by a car Tuesday evening, according to the Salem Police Department.
Pierce, 66, was the wife of Bud Pierce, who ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor in 2016. Gov. Kate Brown defeated him. On Monday, KATU’s news partners reported that Bud Pierce would seek the governor’s office in 2022.
Selma Pierce was active in her community, well-known in political circles and ran for a seat in the state House this year as a Republican. She was unable to unseat incumbent Paul Evans, a Democrat, however.
In a statement released Tuesday night, House Republican Leader Christine Drazan of Canby said Republicans in the House were devastated.
“We are profoundly saddened by this sudden loss of our friend and community leader. Selma dedicated her life to serving people. She touched the lives of thousands through volunteer dental work to at-risk populations, service on local education foundations, and her and her husband Bud’s generous support of countless community organizations,” Drazan said. “The Pierces are a pillar of the Salem community and this loss will be felt deeply across our state. Our prayers are with Bud and the entire Pierce family this evening.”
In a tweet, Gov. Brown said she and her husband, Dan, extended their condolences to the Pierce family.
“They are in our thoughts during this difficult time,” she said.
Senate President Peter Courtney also expressed sorrow upon learning of Selma’s death.
“Selma was a dear person who always put others before herself. She cared deeply for those in need. Selma loved to smile and always searched for ways to make life better for others,” he said in a statement. “She was very devoted to her family. I can’t imagine Salem without her. My heart goes out to her husband Bud and her children, Kristina and Michael.”
Salem police said Selma was walking on Doaks Ferry Road NW near Hidden Valley Drive when a driver of a Chevrolet SUV struck her around 5 p.m.
Police said it appeared she was in the road when she was hit. She died at the scene.
The driver stopped and cooperated with investigators.
Selma was born in San Francisco to Lawrence and Priscilla Moon.
Her grandparents immigrated to America and her legislative campaign website detailed the racism her family experienced. Upon graduating from Harvard Business School, no one would hire her first-generation-Chinese-American father and he had to settle for a job in a family member’s market. The state of California eventually hired him as an auditor for state hospitals.
Selma attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and then earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Dentistry.
She volunteered for many organizations, including Medical Teams International, Mission of Mercy, Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, OHSU Foundation Board of Trustees and many other organizations.
Selma was married to Bud,