It can be very easy for us to become trapped in our modern whirlwind days and forget to take on board enough fluids to prevent slipping into a state of mild dehydration. It seems like this simple common error can affect our mental function.
In preparation for my move to Exeter I am slowly working through a long list of ideas to research and rethink so that when I start I can hit the ground running doing dentistry the way I want.
Sugar Free February is nearly finished, and I am thrilled to see part one of my "mega-article" about the impact of sugar on both oral and overall well-being being published in Aesthetic Dentistry Today.
Expanding my knowledge and then sharing that insight with others is something that I really enjoy so it is hugely rewarding to me to find others wanting to be part of that.
If you want to find out more then you can order your own copy here: https://www.fmc.co.uk/shop/aesthetic-dentistry/
Those that read my content regularly will know that I spend a lot of time and energy trying to improve patient communication methods in a variety of ways. Whether that involves using technology to make photography more powerful and efficient or using standardised Oral Hygiene postcards so that delivering better OHI is quicker and easier.
Today I will be revisiting a document I use regularly for complex cases as I have reworked it recently and it has been a long time since I last discussed it so some people may not have seen it. I call it my "Treatment considerations" document.
Dr Chris Harper