The Talk of the Town: Patients First

Dental One Partners & Dental Works –

In 2006, a brand new dental practice opened its doors in Aurora, Colorado. It was a start-up practice located in an outdoor mall with one Dentist, four team members and three operatories.

Flash forward 12 years, to the present, this small practice is now thriving beyond imagination.

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MCDC marks Children’s Dental Health Month with bike giveaway

Sentinel-Standard –

My Community Dental Centers have launched a month-long sweepstakes offering children aged 10 and under a chance to win a bicycle and helmet in honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month.

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DentalOne Ends the Year on a Charitable Note

DentalOne Partners & Dental Works –

DentalOne Partners home office and supported practices spread joy and kindness during the holiday season by giving back to their local communities. From Colorado to Illinois, helping those in need was a priority for the DentalOne family across the country. Here’s a glimpse at what some of our supported practices and home-office teams did!

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Dallas Business Journal Recognizes Dr. Sulman Ahmed as a 2018 Minority Business Leader Honoree

Digital Journal –

Dallas Business Journal recognizes Dr. Sulman Ahmed, Founder & CEO of DECA Dental Group, as one of the selected 2018 Minority Business Leader honorees. After having judges review more than 100 nominations, Tracy Merzi, publisher of DBJ, notes that the 2018 class of honorees “represent the best of the best in North Texas.”

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Recap of the Culture at DentalOne in 2017 (Top 17 of 2017)

Dental One Partners & Dental Works –

Here at DentalOne, we are also reflecting back on 2017 and remembering all of our favorite memories from the past 365 days!

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Local patients help non-profit reach milestone

Hillsdale Daily News –

Most people go in for their routine dental check-ups expecting a free toothbrush, not balloons and confetti. Sisters Ava, 7, and Lily Middleton, 5, received special treatment on Tuesday though.

The sisters were the 100,000 and 100,001 patients at the My Community Dental Center. The local center is one of 36 centers statewide who have been scheduling new patients since 2006 in an effort to reach 100,000 children served. MCDC also has centers in Coldwater, Three Rivers and Sturgis.

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Affordable Dentures & Implants Donates $3.5 Million in 2017

In January 2017, Affordable Dentures & Implants announced it would partner with Brighter Way Institute of Phoenix, Arizona, for a nationwide program to deliver free dental implant, oral surgery, and prosthetic treatment to hundreds of US military veterans and homeless citizens. The network of affiliated dental practices set a goal of contributing nearly $3.25 million in pro bono implant and prosthetic services in 2017.

Affordable Dentures & Implants has announced that it exceeded its goal and donated more than $3.5 million in dental services in 2017. Overall, 120 doctors from more than 20 states participated in the six Brighter Way events, where approximately 1,500 implants were placed and approximately 350 denture pieces were fabricated. Affordable Dentures & Implants is looking forward to continuing the program in 2018 and again has six Brighter Way events scheduled. The company hopes to meet and exceed the level of donated care given in 2017.

Dr. Asia Richardson Talking to the WBTV, “Are You Brushing Correctly?”

WBTV.com –

Any toothbrush can work, if it’s used correctly – but I find that my patients get the best results with a sonic brush.  Watch this video to learn more.

Dr. Chris Devlin Has a Love for Cars and Helping Others

DMD Today –

Chris Devlin, D.M.D., doesn’t like to talk about himself. “I kind of always try to support and push other people.” But between providing care and sharing his passion for automobiles, he gives back a great deal to those less fortunate—especially within his community.

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Upward Mobility of Women, According to Dr. Asia Richardson

Dental One Partners & Dental Works –

We continue our National Business Women’s Week series with a conversation on upward mobility with Dr. Asia Richardson.

Everyone starts somewhere in the workplace, and typically that somewhere is in an entry-level position. Work hard, achieve results and go above and beyond the request at hand are some common spoken words in the workplace. Abide by these ideals and promotions are more likely to occur, or at least that’s what we’re told.

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