Talking to job applicants? This could help!
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Learn an Industry Leader's Tips on How to Ask the Right Questions
Finding the candidate who's the right fit for an open position is a huge challenge in any practice. How can you draw out the most relevant information in a short, first interview to save time and quickly narrow the candidate pool?
A simple guide to questions for the applicant is available from Ultimate Software Ultrapro when you fill out a brief form and answer a few simple questions about your office.
Take winning tips from Herman Miller, a business named one of the "100 Best Places to Work For" in America by FORTUNE and the Great Places to Work® Institute for three consecutive years. Get the complimentary Interview Guide to help their managers conduct the most effective first interviews — and learn how to ask the right questions to select top talent for your organization.
The guide can help you assess candidates in key areas, such as:
The mystery of burning mouth syndrome
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Most people can relate to the uncomfortable feeling that occurs after scalding their mouth on hot soup or coffee. It's a relief when that burnt feeling subsides after several days. But imagine experiencing that burning sensation all day, every day. The condition is called burning mouth syndrome, and damage to the nervous system during menopause may be to blame. More
Annual oral cancer screenings are no longer negotiable
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Oral cancer is on the rise for the fifth year in a row. In the U.S. alone, 100 new individuals will be diagnosed with oral cancer daily, and one person will die every hour of every day because of this disease. The good news is that it does not have to be this way. More
Woman woke up with foreign accent after dental surgery
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After undergoing dental surgery, a woman from Oregon did wake up from anesthesia speaking with a foreign accent. American citizen Karen Butler, a 56 year old resident of the state of Oregon, has woken up speaking with a mixture of Scottish, Irish and N. British accent. More
Nutritionist recommends brushing teeth to lose weight
Some women will go to extreme lengths in order to shed a few pounds, but a recent article published by Oregon-based KCBY-TV indicates that individuals who regularly brush their teeth may be successful in losing weight. More
Scientists in Oxfordshire, England, have claimed a breakthrough in battling tooth decay
Work at Diamond Light Source, the facility that accelerates electrons to near light-speed, has revealed the 3-D structure of an important enzyme. The enzyme forms glucan, a substance that contains bacteria which forms on the surface of teeth, secreting acids and breaking down the enamel. More
Upgrading porcelain veneer restorations: A case report
Placement of indirect labial veneers (porcelain or composite) continues to be an excellent option to correct many esthetic complaints that our patients may have with their smiles. Some of the more common indications for their clinical use are included in this article. More