You’re Asking the Wrong Questions

I get survey requests from the AAO regularly and I like to take them to see what residents, and thus their faculty, think is important. It also gives insight into what the people handing out grants ar...

The Rules Part 2 – Advice for Young Adults

There are lots of things we didn’t know and still don’t. Lately Bridget and I have been sharing stuff we wish we knew with some younger friends of ours (as I mentioned in an earlier blog) so I tho...

Orthodontists are like GREEK Taxi Drivers

A while back I wrote a piece called Orthodontists are like Taxi Drivers but I need to update that sentiment given recent experience. You see, here in Athens there are plenty of taxi cabs around –...

You’ll Have to Sit in the Back!

We arrived in London at 5:40 this am, proceeded to the hotel and took an awesome family nap. We woke up hungry and The Trafalgar St James has a great rooftop hotel that we’ve been keen to try. We as...

Jack of All Trades?

I am the first to admit that in the not too distant past I fell for the orthodontic groupthink that is the rush to add new services to our offices. I have since wised up as have many others who’ve t...