An urgent and important matter: the hours in your day

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Ever missed a deadline based on over-commitment? Constantly putting in late nights at the practice because at day’s end your grand plans have eluded you?

Taking 10 minutes to read and digest an article by Lisa Philp from Transitions Group North America should be on what she defines as your “Important but Not Urgent” list.

Though discussions of time management are often not worth the precious moments you dedicate to them, her succinct classification suggestions do not fall in the aforementioned category.

By taking a few moments to review your projects, activities and commitments at hand and prioritize them – and then make a habit of that process – you will be one step closer to perfecting this necessary discipline.

In which of Philp’s four suggested categories should items on your Outlook calendar fall today?

Find out at: http://bitebankmedia.com/newsletters/view/5LSu5s_b6L-jsuWyoN_H2qWdws7m2LvT2aWvpp7Q0cWa2tnb

 

 

 

 

Stop being so sensitive.

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Dentinal hypersensitivity, a chipped or cracked tooth, a cavity. All of these factors contribute to the statistic that more than 60% of U.S. households include tooth sensitivity sufferers.

Crest Sensi-Relief Whitening Plus Scope is the only sensitivity toothpaste with the minty flavor of Scope mouthwash.

A number of companies offer toothpaste solutions, Crest being the newest with their Sensi-Relief™. Formulated with Potassium Nitrate, it creates a barrier to the sensations of pain.   Crest Sensi-Relief Whitening Plus Scope is the only sensitivity toothpaste with the minty flavor of Scope mouthwash.

According to its makers, regular brushing builds long-lasting protection.

 

 

NYC dentist creates gallery of goodness.

(Courtesy Ebony.com) In a photo featured in Ebony magazine, Dr. Lee Gause is shown with Takashi Murakami print as publicity for a recent article about his creative dental charity.

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CAPTION: (Courtesy Ebony.com) This Ebony magazine photo offers a glimpse at NYC dentist and philanthropist Dr. Lee Gause with a Takashi Murakami print. For a limited time, you can own a piece of work from this masterful artist and support Dr. Gause’s charitable dental efforts at the same time. 

A SoHo soiree hosted July 9 paired an internationally renowned talent Takashi Murakami in a posh gallery setting with enthusiasts of fine art. What made it unique? Its host and approach.

Dr. Lee Gause, recently profiled in Ebony magazine @EbonyMag on Twitter, provides complimentary dental services to uninsured people through the charity he founded — New York City’s Smile Design Gallery. For the past year, the organization’s art shows/auctions have enlisted celebrities and artists (Swizz Beatz, Fab Five Freddy, A$AP TyY, Angelo Romano and Chi Modu) to showcase at various locations around Manhattan with proceeds benefitting his mission: 100 percent of the value of art sold is matched in free dental care for uninsured people.

Dr. Gause told  Ebony’s @PrincessGabbara: “Rather than offer the most cost-effective treatment to a large amount of people, SDG does the exact opposite by offering the highest level of care to a select group of people who truly need it, including porcelain veneers, dental implants and sedation dentistry. In fact, one gentleman, who fell down a flight of stairs and lost all of his front teeth as a result, received $25,000 worth of dental work thanks to SDG.”

Planning a trip to NYC? Schedule it around the next show. Find out how to support the cause at:

http://www.smiledesigngallery.com/pages/about-us-sdg

Read the full profile on Dr. Gause at: http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/celeb-dentist-uses-art-to-provide-dental-work-421#axzz37qbfzdRs

 

 

For more information about Smile Design Gallery, visit the official website.  

Come on people now. Smile on your brother.

CAPTION: Benco Dental Managing Partner Chuck Cohen presents the CenterPoint Design team's "peaceful demonstration" for the United Way Food Drive.

CAPTION: Benco Dental Managing Partner Chuck Cohen presents the CenterPoint Design team’s “peaceful demonstration” for the United Way Food Drive.

In Northeast Pennsylvania, for the past 23 years, the Workplace Council (through the United Way of Wyoming Valley) has organized a Christmas in July Food Drive in order to restock local food pantries. This project is scheduled at a crucial time of the year when many pantries find their shelves empty and in need of supplies.

The Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank who distributes the food donations to charitable organizations feeding the needy in the region. Some of these charities include food pantries, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, group homes for the disabled, day care centers, children’s camps and senior citizen programs.

Benco Dental, the largest privately-owned dental company in the United States, annually supports the cause, and this year, thanks to an associate suggestion through the organization’s Idea Bank, a  a contest is underway to generate additional donations. Contest winners will be determined by a calculation of pounds (overall pounds of food per person on the team) and monetary donations (every dollar raised counts as 2 lbs. of food).

The collection continues through July 28. Find out how to support the cause through the United Way of Wyoming Valley @UnitedWayWB.

Tooth Fairy Files: A mockumentary for the next generation

A “Wanted” portrait of the tooth-snatching mouse known throughout Latin America as Ratoncito Perez; an early 19th century tooth key used for pulling teeth, a puppet from the early 1930s; tiny porcelain teeth and a drawer of coins, shells, and other substances used as money — the makings of a curious collection.

To the folks at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, these artifacts provide actual evidence that the Tooth Fairy used the Smithsonian as her secret drop location, at least as part of an imaginative video inspired by Katherine Ott,  Curator in the Division of Medicine and Science there.

“The material past holds countless surprises and mysteries to be solved—the next generation of history lovers, historians, and museum goers may well become hooked on the past through the museum’s mockumentary on the Tooth Fairy mystery,” Ott writes in her museum blog. 

With the help of student film-maker Angeli Gabriel from American University and Ott’s museum colleagues who agreed to dead-pan for the camera, “The Tooth Fairy File” became a reality.

Ott invites those with  youngsters in their life (pediatric dentists, this means you) to inspire them, using the video, to start their journey through time with a museum visit.

A smattering of dental artifacts featured at the museum is also available for view at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nationalmuseumofamericanhistory/sets/72157632634972298/