1. California’s Slippery Slope of Legislating Health Care

    This would be first law in the nation to replace a treating dentist or doctor’s health care decisions with that of legislators By Michael Guirguis, July 21, 2020 2:29 pm, California Globe. Dr. Michael Guirguis is a licensed California dentist. He has been practicing dentistry since 1993. Few of us today were alive during the New Deal Era when the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis spoke about states being the laboratories of…

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  2. ATDA Welcomes Our Newest Corporate Partner: Park Dental Research

    As the world of dentistry adapts to meet the ever-changing needs of patients, Park Dental Research leads the way. Whether you want to reclaim patients looking for direct-to-consumer aligners or find a pandemic-proof revenue stream for your practice, we have everything you need. In our first fifty years, we transformed the landscape of implant dentistry. Now we’re bringing 5 decades of experience and pioneering spirit to Teledentistry with the most economical and…

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  3. IdeateLABs Announces Summary Findings of New UCLA Study of Teledentistry and the Impacts on Latinos

    LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IdeateLABs and the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture held a virtual briefing for news media and interested parties on teledentistry and its impact on the Latino community. The briefing featured Dr. David Hayes-Bautista, a distinguished Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at University of California Los Angeles. Dr. Hayes-Bautista discussed the findings of a newly completed…

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