Blog - dentist

  • A Lion, a Dentist, and an Internet Lynch Mob

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: July 31, 2015

    Oh boy, what a week it’s been for the profession of dentistry.  You do know what I”m talking about, right?  Cecil the Lion was killed by an American hunter who happened to be a dentist.  And while the outrage about the shooting of a lion is IMO certainly justified given the circumstances under which it […]

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  • Juicing, Fruit Juices, & Energy Drinks: Worse than Soda?

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: May 8, 2015

    Back on December 1st 2014, Forbes.com published an article on a study with the headline: Pure Juice Won’t Rot Your Kids’ Teeth. It didn’t get a lot of attention, thank goodness, because while the article was factual, it significantly overstated the conclusion, much like the 2015 Newsweek article claiming a non-existent link between fluoride and ADHD, […]

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  • Dr. Payet Hobnobs with Dental Elites

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: February 10, 2013

    As part of my commitment to the highest-quality Continuing Education, I do take a lot of advanced CE courses.  Because I’m fairly picky about the courses I choose, the courses I attend also are often the same ones that the most well-known names in dentistry attend.  It’s a lot of fun, and I’m fortunate to […]

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  • Sleep apnea tied to increased risk of stroke; Even mild sleep apnea puts men in danger, study finds

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: November 7, 2010

    Sleep apnea tied to increased risk of stroke; Even mild sleep apnea puts men in danger, study finds. Here is a topic that is so incredibly important for all men (and women), because it is still so underdiagnosed.  Even more importantly, few patients know that your DENTIST may be able to help treat both snoring […]

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  • Successful headache relief with a NTI for a 10yo boy

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: July 7, 2009

    I really, truly love treating patients for migraines and chronic headaches, and this was a case that was even more satisfying than usual, because my patient was only 10 years old when we made his NTI. He was in for a 6-month exam and cleaning today, and in talking with both him and his mother, […]

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