Dr. Aaron Nicholas DDS, practicing dentist, lead coach with the Dental Success Institute and founder of Monday Morning Dentistry, a company which provides education and training to dentists in variety of disciplines joins eHealth Radio and the Dental Health & Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Aaron Nicholas discuss the following:
As the baby boomer generation ages, what health issues are/will they experience that will affect their ability to maintain their oral health?
Do adults still need to worry about getting cavities?
What about gum disease? Is it a significant problem? How can it be avoided?
I know that kids get fluoride treatments but, recently my dentist has been recommending them for me too. Is this really necessary?
How often do I really need to brush and floss to maintain my teeth?
I’ve never really gotten into the flossing habit. What if I just brush with an electric toothbrush, is that good enough?
I’ve never had a cavity, do I still need to floss?
Does my oral health affect the rest of my body?
Aaron Nicholas is a practicing dentist in Burtonsville, Maryland, but above all else he is a caring educator. As such, he strives to educate his patients about the best way to protect and maintain their oral health. He also frequently talks with them about how their oral health is impacting the health of the rest of their body.
If you ever visit Nicholas Dental Care, he and his team will roll out the red carpet for you and provide a dental care experience that is second to none.
Monday Morning Dentistry is Dr. Nicholas’ labor of love. Here he has authored numerous programs and videos to teach dentists not only “what” to do but also “how” to do it in an efficient, predictable and painless manner. It is his attempt to give back to those that have helped him along the way.
Starting in 2014 Dr. Nicholas became a coach with the Dental Success Institute. Here he coaches numerous dentists to business as well as clinical success. Both he and his clients feel that the two should go hand in hand.
Most recently, Dr. Nicholas has opened the Dental Assistant School of Maryland. Here, he and his team are trying to give aspiring dental assistants the very best didactic and practical education to succeed at their chosen profession.