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Check out A Very Dental Podcast: Shorts: Everyone Sucks at Their Job (except Elvis) This week we welcome John Wilson from Sunrise Dental Laboratory out in California to the podcast. He has been at this lab game for a while. Early on he saw the importance of putting his lab on the front line of implant restorations. John comes on the podcast to talk…
 
Dr. Vidar Magnusson is an anesthesiologist, intensivist and EMS physician in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is the current National Medical Director for pre-hospital services in Iceland, a post he held both between 2011- 2014, and again from 2016 to the present. He has extensive EMS and air-medical experience including serving as a medical officer with the…
 
Conversa à Bancada: a dental laboratory podcast out of Portugal Join Elvis and Barb at the Whip Mix Digital Forum October 29 & 30 in Louisville, Ky When you hear of people consulting in our industry, you would hope that they spent some time in our industry doing what they are "consulting". David Avery has done it all. Classically trained in school,…
 
In this conversation, we talk with Trixton May about his clinical experiences in Takoradi, Ghana. Trixton took himself to Ghana as a second-year paramedic student with aspirations to serve in areas less fortunate and developed contexts than his reality back in the UK. In the discussion, we explore the variety of experiences and revelations he had i…
 
Every lab is looking for technicians. We all know about the lack of talent in the employee pool. What can we do about it? One man outside of London is attempting to help technicians and labs "hook up". Andy Foster comes on the podcast to talk about running his one person lab while at the same time running his website recruit4technicians.com. This s…
 
Host Stephen Wood and Dr Sanjey Gupta discussed wilderness medicine in the virtual world. Forced to switch content from live and in situ to Zoom, Dr Gupta and his colleagues had to get creative. Most of Gupta’s teaching is in the environment that they are teaching to; the woods, mountains or fields and is mostly hands-on. Having to switch to the vi…
 
In this episode, WEMCast host Dr Shawna Pandya dives deep into this very question with none other than AstroRN Starr Schroeder, a nurse passionate about pioneering, defining, and developing the role of nursing in the commercial space industry as well as advocating for the continued development of space medicine in current and future space explorati…
 
After a year of many dental meetings being canceled, Whip Mix has come back bigger and better with the Digital Forum. This year in Louisville, Ky October 29 & 30, is sure to be the best forum yet. Bernie Jaroslow comes on the podcast to talk about all the amazing speakers they have lined up along with some fun evening events that you will not want …
 
When you think of world-famous Denturist, who comes to mind? Because of the lack of legal states in America, the list is short. But there is one gentleman out of Windsor, Canada who has been promoting the profession for years online. Eric Kukucka, from the Denture Center, comes on the podcast to talk about finding out that he wanted to be a denturi…
 
Every day. Every day we improve people's lives. From single tooth to full mouth, we get to make a difference in the oral health and wellbeing of patients. But imagine if you could do more with very little extra work. Now you can! Hollie Stevenson from the Dental Lifeline Network (Donated Dental Services) comes on the podcast to talk about how labs,…
 
In this session host Stephen Wood speaks with Dr Louis Nguyen and Dr Liz Yates, surgeons and researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston discuss the impact of climate change on healthcare and patient outcomes. Dr Yates and Dr Nguyen discussed the large carbon footprint of the healthcare industry, especially in developed nations. This …
 
Located near the 2nd most visited house in the world, Daxton Grubb took over his father's fixed lab and has grown it into a full service, digital, large lab in the Memphis area. Daxton talks about learning management from a rental car company, hiring dental assistants to be the communication between the lab and offices, and why not every product an…
 
Host, Stephen Wood and Dr Anne Pringle, a mycologist and botanist, tell the story of the Amanita Phalloides mushroom. This is not a mushroom native to the United States, but it has found its way there in an unsuspecting way, cork trees. These cork trees were imported for use by California wineries but they had a stowaway, the Amanita Phalloides or …
 
We are sad that this week ends the conversations we got while at the Ladies of the Mill Summit. While a great show, we now must wait almost a whole year before it happens again! But we are going to end the whole collection with two great conversations. First up is super step-mom Kelly Fincher who married into a lab, gave up nursing, and helped rais…
 
Occupational Health is concerned with the impact of health on work and vice versa. We discuss the key approaches and broad principles in matching an individual’s medical background with the environment and making sensible decisions about whether they should participate with a focus on diving, military deployments, offshore oil and gas and expeditio…
 
We are excited to bring more conversations that we got at the Preat booth while at the Ladies of the Mill summit. This week has us talking with Mary Valentine who has an amazing background with Nobel Procera and her daughter, Emily Valentine, who is making sure the lab carries on to the next generation. Then we are pleased to chat with two ladies o…
 
Jocelyn Kelly is the founding director for Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s (HHI) Women in War program, and currently is a fellow at HHI where she designs and implements projects to examine issues relating to gender, peace, and security in fragile states. Kelly has been conducting health-related research using qualitative and quantitative research…
 
Remember when we kept talking about the Ladies of the Mill Summit? Well it's time to start releasing some of the amazing converstions we got while at the Preat booth. First, we want to thank Jill Swafford and Christina Heaslip for making sure that the podcast got to be a part of such a fantastic event. This week we talk to two sisters who were also…
 
In this episode Medical Director Dr Will Duffin welcomes back The Natural Navigator Tristan Gooley to share insights from his latest book ‘The Secret World of Weather’. They discuss: Early 19th-century technology and attempts at weather forecasting and what happened to Admiral Robert Fitzroy when he first attempted to predict the weather…. Why ‘big…
 
Many of us spend hours a week or even a day on social media. Checking up on friends and family, news, watching videos, looking at dental lab memes on the Voices From the Bench pages, or trying to grow our labs. Have you tried to grow your lab on social media? Have you tried Instagram? This week Elvis and Barb talk to a lab owner that has successful…
 
In this episode we chat with Johnathan Povey, Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) turned humanitarian clinician. Johnathan speaks of his multiple deployments to various contexts from an initial humanitarian training course in 2012. He recalls some of his most challenging cases, teams and contexts that he has had to work in over 11 years in huma…
 
Joining the podcast are Dimitri Tsichlis and Lidia Croteau from Styledent Dental Laboratory. This married couple have pulled their skills together to successfully run not one lab, but two. They talk about how they met in college, taking over Dimitri's father's lab in Canada, growing with the help of Lidia's marketing expertise, taking on technology…
 
We've had conversations with lots of technicians on this podcast about the "All-on-Implant" type of restorations. Talking about the time it takes to convert or techniques used, but this week we get to talk to the expert on hybrid full arch prosthetics. Dora Rodrigues from ID Dental Lab started in Portugal at the Malo Clinic in Lisbon, where Paulo M…
 
Dr Stephen Rush is a Lt. Colonel and Flight Surgeon. He is the former medical director for Pararescue and the current medical group commander of the 106th Rescue Air Wing in New York. He is a radiation oncologist by trade but brings a wealth of experience in operational medicine to the table. Dr Rush was a key consultant for the Thai Cave rescue th…
 
Back out in the world! We are so happy to see dental lab shows start up again because we miss recording face-to-face so much. Elvis was down at the Preat booth at the Florida Dental Laboratory Association symposium last June. While working the booth, Elvis was able to chat with a few attendees. First up is Don Hebert CDT from Phoenix Dental Design …
 
In this podcast, Dr Jen Sherman is joined by Belinda Kirk, explorer, author and speaker. Belinda is an explorer and a leading campaigner for the promotion of the benefits of adventure on wellbeing. For the past twenty-five years, she has led dozens of international expeditions and remote filming trips. In 2009, Belinda established Explorers Connect…
 
Donate to the Race For the Future 7.0! Aug 28-29 in Chicago, Ill. If you have ever been to a dental show like LMT Lab Day Chicago or Vision 21, you probably have seen a guy with white hair and a white beard with a thick southern accent making a group of people laugh. That is Harold Burdette from "Lab of the Year" Burdette Dental Laboratory. Harold …
 
In this episode Consultant Occupational Medicine Physician Dr Kent Haworth joins WEM host Dr Will Duffin to discuss assessing medical fitness for extreme environments. Occupational Health is concerned with the impact of health on work and vice versa. We discuss the key approaches and broad principles in matching an individuals medical background wi…
 
Donate to the Race For the Future 7.0! Aug 28-29 in Chicago, Ill. We LOVE talking to technicians from other countries. It's always fun to hear from our friends from "across the pond". While on Instagram we saw pictures from nina_f_dt, and thought WOW! Turns out that is Nina Frketin from Dencraft Dental Lab in the UK. Nina comes on the podcast to ta…
 
Dr Sush Prusty is the director of EMS at Steward St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center and assistant professor of emergency medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. He also serves as the medical director for Boston College EMS as well as local EMS agencies. Dr Prusty earned his medical degree from Boston University School …
 
Be sure to head to the Ladies of the Mill Summit: Refresh, Reflect & Recharge July 23-24 in Chattanooga, TN Elvis & Barb will be recording all weekend long at the Preat Booth For VFTB Listeners ONLY! Enter VOICES as the "discount code" when checking out and receive $50 off the registration fee! Offer good until Midnight on July 4th! We are delighte…
 
In this session, we interview Gaynor Prince. Gaynor is an emergency physician based in New Zealand and has developed a subspecialty interest in ultrasound in ED. We take a look at point of care ultrasound, its utility and its limitations. We will be especially focussing on the EFAST and how it has been adaptive and progressive in point of care trea…
 
Be sure to head to the Ladies of the Mill Summit: Refresh, Reflect & Recharge July 23-24 in Chattanooga, TN Elvis & Barb will be recording all weekend long at the Preat Booth For VFTB Listeners ONLY! Enter VOICES as the "discount code" when checking out and receive $50 off the registration fee! Offer good until Midnight on July 4th! Dustin Osburn i…
 
After traveling the world, Norbert Ulmer found his way to Sirona. After bringing it to the US, Norbert was essential in making CAD/CAM where it is now in dentistry. Now Nobert has started a company called Gro3X. This company brings together dental labs into its family to offer savings and support for success. Nobert talks about his early days selli…
 
When Christina Heaslip from Digital Dental Laboratory and Jill Swafford from Oaks Dental Design went to dental conventions they noticed a lack of female speakers. Both running successful digital labs, they started a group called Ladies of the Mill. The group "was established to give a space to women in the Dental Lab industry". Over the years the g…
 
Host Stephen Wood is joined by, Stefano Tricanico a polar explorer, spelunker, engineer and medic. He was born and raised in South Africa, which is what lit the spark for his interest in adventure. He has been exploring the earth’s wild places for over 20 years and documenting his travels using photography as a tool to share his experiences. Stefan…
 
The biggest magazine in our industry, LMT, did a feature called "40 Under 40" that featured different people in our industry that are making a difference. After seeing a few being congratulated on social media, we reached out to two of them to find out more about their great accomplishments. First up we talk to Julia Izumi from Shanto Dental Cerami…
 
This was a joint podcast with our friends & colleagues at PHEMcast – to hear more from them, have a look at their podcasts, blog and resources. In this episode doctors, Sean Hudson, Matthew Boulter and paramedic Eoin Walker discuss their experiences from the jungle, common medical issues, self-care, common diseases and the challenges of decision ma…
 
Larry Wiess from Weiss Advisors started a company to help other labs after his time with Keller Dental Lab and NDX. Larry has taken his years of experience to assist labs that needed the extra, "outside" help to either prepare for sale or to increase productivity. Jim Gorgol from Distinctive Dental Studio is looking at eventually retiring. Jim want…
 
From Afghanistan to Uganda, Haiti to Somalia, Yvette Gonzalez has over two decades’ experience with capacity-building and community stabilization in kinetic war zones, natural disasters, and impoverished areas. In this episode, she shares her experiences and lessons learned from her experiences building resilience in disaster zones with host, Dr Sh…
 
Do you know a technician that just started? Working in the model room or opaquing crowns? That person could be the next CEO of a global network of labs. We welcome Laura Kelly who had a similar story. She started at Microdental Laboratories not knowing what a dental lab was and has worked hard to become it's CEO. Along they way she became the first…
 
Will Mackin is a 23-year veteran of the US Navy. He has served in Iraq and Afghanistan, first as a navigator aboard a carrier-based jet, then as a joint terminal attack controller attached to a SEAL team. His first book, Bring Out the Dog (Random House, 2018), won the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Short Story Collection. During his fellowsh…
 
Sarah Spelsberg is an Emergency medicine Physicians Assistant and Fellow of Extreme and Wilderness Medicine (FEWM), who has spent the last 4 years working in a remote outpost in the Aleutian Islands - sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea - a truly rugged place, where ‘The Deadliest Catch’ was filmed! Sarah's desire to challenge h…
 
Successfully having the first dental laboratory convention of 2021 took the work of many passionate people involved with the Dental Laboratory Association of Texas (DLAT). While we were not there physically, we were there live, not live from the Argen booth. This week we got to talk to: Tim Frezel - Lab owner from Waco Texas Jan Rainey - Retired la…
 
From the Thai-Burmese border conducting important work on men’s health to the most isolated oil rigs to COVID-19 response to biosensor technology development for prehospital care, Dr Johannes Svensoy has hit nearly square on the extreme medicine Bingo card! In this episode, he and WEMCast host Dr Shawna Pandya discuss his experiences in tropical, d…
 
What do you call a group of technicians in Texas? The first successful lab meeting of the year! That's right, back in late March the Dental Laboratory Association of Texas (DLAT) held their annual conference. It was also the first in-person dental lab meeting of 2021. While we couldn't be there, our good friends at Argen set up a laptop, microphone…
 
Join new addition to the podcasting team, USA-based Emergency Nurse Practitioner Steve Wood as he discusses bringing Emergency Medicine to low resource communities. Aimee Tang is an emergency medicine physician and MPH with years of clinical experience in a busy urban hospital in New York City. She also has an interest in public health and bringing…
 
We take for granted the dental design softwares that are here. Sure is nice that someone took the time to make and teach us all how to use them. On this week's episode we talk to one of the technicians responsible for bringing Exocad to North America. John Orfanidis has only known the dental laboratory industry. His past lab was the first lab to ge…
 
In this conversation, we talk with Carl Betts reflecting on practice as a paramedic. Carl is a Paramedic and quality improvement fellow based in Sheffield working for the ambulance service. He has been a Paramedic for 9 years and has a 10-year extensive history of expeditions featuring multiple trips to Everest base camp, K2, Mongolia, South Africa…
 
From working with zirconia that gets sintered by the trainload to working with it in a dental lab, Chris Bradley is not a stranger to the dental laboratory industry. In 2008 she partnered with a dental laboratory instrument manufacturer out of Switzerland and started Smile Line USA. Chris talks about the different porcelain mixing trays, what make …
 
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