Michael Ventrielloeditorial@drbicuspid.comDental PracticeWhy now is the time for you to become an authorNow more than ever, the dental community needs new voices to educate, motivate, and lead the way during the pandemic and long after it has passed -- and it will pass, writes Michael Ventriello. Part of that leadership in the dental industry will come from those who choose to submit their thoughts for others to read. In this article, Ventriello discusses the power of thought leadership through writing.December 10, 2020Dental PracticeSeize the marketing advantage with teledentistry: Part 2Teledentistry at one time may have been thought of as exclusively a public health service. However, as the technology has evolved and the costs involved lowered, the opportunity for this service to add to your practice's revenue has grown. Part 2 of this series by Michael Ventriello focuses on how to promote the benefits to your current and prospective patients.April 3, 2019Dental PracticeSeize the marketing advantage with teledentistry: Part 1Teledentistry may have once been thought of as exclusively a public health service. However, as the technology has evolved and the costs involved lowered, the opportunity for this service to add to your practice's revenue has grown. Part 1 of this new series by Michael Ventriello will focus on why your practice should embrace teledentistry, and the second part will focus on how to do so.March 27, 2019Oral-Systemic LinkDo dentists need to doctor up on the oral-systemic link?Michael Ventriello, owner of Ventriello Communications and an experienced voice in dental public relations, examines the need for more communication and collaboration around periodontal disease. Dentists and hygienists need to have difficult conversations with their patients and also work to bridge the dentist-physician communication gap, he writes.April 26, 2017Oral CancerDo dentists need to doctor up on oral cancer?Michael Ventriello, owner of Ventriello Communications and an experienced voice in dental public relations, explains why he "fired" his dentist over the lack of oral cancer screening. He writes that dentists and hygienists need to embrace examination tools and protocols to improve oral cancer screening and survival rates.April 14, 2016Page 1 of 1Top StoriesDental HygieneOral health tied to HNC survivalBetter oral health is tied to increased survival from head and neck cancer (HNC).HomeGa. dentist has the world’s largest trove of toothpaste tubesDental HygieneStudents turn to lotus plant to design fog-free face masksDental AssistantDANB to offer RHS exam in Spanish in 2024Sponsor ContentWe care about what you think.