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Reducing or Eliminating Failed Dentistry

By kpeake June 15, 2016

Dental Decision Maker Dentistry Today June 2016 The Dental Decision Maker Every day in your dental practice, you tackle a va­riety of challenges that you diagnose and solve for your patients. Just think, for a few mo­ments, about the pa­tients you have seen this past week. Did you talk to them about periodontal disease, issues involving […]

Look Great, Feel Great, Sleep Great – Fall 2015 Alpha Omegan

By kpeake December 21, 2015

Alpha Omegan Fall 2015 Look Great, Feel Great, Sleep Great   It is truly an honor to be asked to be the guest editor for this edition of the Alpha Omegan journal. My personal thanks to my good friend and an outstanding prosthodontist and dental clinician Dr. Steven Spitz, who is the international editor for […]

Real Evidence-Based Dentistry

By kpeake September 25, 2015

Real Evidence Based Dentistry DE Sept 2015 Real Evidence-Based Dentistry What treatment failures frustrate dentists the most? From my own practice of nearly 40 years and lecturing to thousands of dentists each year, I would rank failed restorations and TMJ patients among the two highest frustrations for dentists in their practices. Add implants to the practice, […]

Why Are You Prescribing Bruxism Appliances?

By kpeake September 2, 2015

Why Are Your Prescribing Appliances Chairside Magazine Sep 15 Why Are You Prescribing Bruxism Appliances? INTRODUCTION Bruxism is one of the most common dental diseases, with one in every three patients coming into the office having some form of bruxism.1 Even though bruxism is so common, it is still one of the least understood dental problems. Certainly every dentist knows […]

Beyond Bruxism

By kpeake March 5, 2015

Beyond Bruxism Beyond Bruxism Measuring How Treatment Can Impact Airway One of the most common dental diseases is bruxism, which research suggests may affect nearly one in every three patients. It’s time to start paying attention to bruxism for a number of reasons, especially because your treatment may be exacerbating other medical conditions. The most […]


By admin November 11, 2014

TMJ AND TOOTHACHES MAKE PEOPLE UGLY! By Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD, DAAFE Tuesday, July 08, 2014 10:15 AM Did you ever have a patient with a toothache or orofacial pain? Of course you have, every single day. One of the primary areas of dentistry is dealing with all kinds of toothaches and orofacial pain on a daily […]

Was Surgery Necessary?

By kpeake October 21, 2014

Was Surgery Necessary? Was Surgery Necessary? Resolving One Patient’s Pain After Radical Procedures Fail Don’t be fooled by what appears to be a simple temporomandibular disorder (TMD) or a facial esthetics case. When diagnosing orofacial pain and TMD, we need to consider a variety of factors in order to provide the highest quality frontline treatment to our patients. Dental professionals may […]

The Unintended Effects of Oral Appliances

By kpeake October 21, 2014

The Unintended Effects of Oral Appliances The Unintended Effects of Oral Appliances Treatment May Have an Impact Beyond the Intended Outcome Some dental professionals and continuing edu-cation providers have a tendency to separate the different areas of dentistry, treating them as individual disciplines that have no relationship with one another. However, the truth is that […]


By admin July 8, 2014

By Louis Malcmacher, DDS, MAGD, DAAFE Monday, June 02, 2014 2:45 PM When was the last time you made the patient a bruxism appliance?  If you are like most dentists, you make bruxism appliances for patients all the time.  Many clinicians have their favorite bruxism appliance that they use in most or all cases.  You may like to use an […]

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