As I work with those in the dental profession, they tell me of the challenges of running a business, long hours, team issues, back pain, and anxious patients. All are a normal part of dentistry. The stresses they face on a daily basis can take a great toll.
He helped many cast members at the historic Fox theater and treated athletes in the Atlanta Olympics. A nationally acknowledged expert in advanced cosmetic dentistry, he enjoyed travel, skiing, and boating. Joel died of a heart attack at 60.
She and her husband ran a successful practice together. Her friends said she had a real passion for living. Family, friends, work, and her home were her priorities. She was a fantastic mom, too. Judith died from breast cancer when she was only 45.
He was immediate past president of the Rotary Club. Everybody liked Bob. His friends said he made people around him feel happy and cared about. Then one day he took his dog for a walk. He didn't come back. Bob died of a heart attack at the age of 53.
They struggle with eating habits that are not the best, lack of time for productive physical activity, and a number on the scale that just keeps going in one direction. And most of them have heard stories just like those of Joel, Judith, and Bob.
In this full-day program, David Meinz addresses the most critical aspects of what it takes to personally maximize a dental professional's health and quality of life, and how can they can help their patients do the same.
Health promotion expert David Meinz and author of the book Wealthy, Healthy, and Wise: How Dental Professionals Can Make Sure Their Health Lasts As Long As Their Money Does, reveals:
David will share important information dental professionals can use for both family and patients, plus an update on the oral/systemic connection.
Then to wrap it up, David closes with a fun Jeopardy style game show using members from the audience. They will love it!
David Meinz, MS, RDN, FAND, CSP, works with dental associations and affiliated organizations to show their members how they and their patients can live a life of optimal health.
As a long-time trusted voice in dentistry, he is known for searching out the latest in research-based science and technology, not fads and quick-fix gimmicks. David has been published in both the Journal of The Academy of General Dentistry and Dentistry Today.
David's program "The Heart of Dentistry" and new book "Wealthy, Healthy, & Wise: How Dental Professionals Can Make Sure Their Health Lasts As Long As Their Money Does" have been receiving great reviews.
"This is the third time we’ve had David speak to our study club. An excellent source of education for not only dentists, but their staffs, too. A full room at the end of the day."
Dr. Richard Boyle, Oral Surgeon, Blacksburg, VA, Southwest Virginia Advanced Seminars, Seattle Study Club
"Our senior partner in our group said this was by far the most unique seminar that we have hosted (ever)."
Sue Koestner, Director of Implants & Educational Services Harbor Light Oral & Maxiofacial Surgeons, Toledo, OH
"We'll be able to introduce wellness concepts into our practice."
Dr. Phil Parham, Periodontist, Dalton, GA
"Our referring dentists and their staffs agree that this was the best seminar they ever attended...the ratings were through the roof. It was like hitting a hole-in-one with your very first swing."
Dr. Chris Pine and Dr. Paul Campbell, Orthodontists, State College, PA
“I’ve gone through a time where I had an enormous amount of personal strife…this was the right thing at the right time. I would do it again in a skinny minute.”
“Very interested in learning about my own health and to bring this information to my patients. I would definitely recommend this program. Extremely informative.”
"It's a rare exception that a speaker can make his lecture applicable to the FRONT OFFICE staff, BACK OFFICE staff, AND DENTISTS. You did that...in an entertaining manner that kept the attention of all.”
Robyn Goldman, Indiana Dental Assoiciation