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Have you ever been talking with other surgeons about the way they do things in their practice and you heard something that helped you out? This podcast is meant to give you an insight into the way other surgeons do things with the hopes of helping you improve your own method. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in your daily routine.
 
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When looking for ways to finance his dental degree, Dan Hammer came across the Health Professional Scholarship offered by the Navy. His receipt of this scholarship formulated the trajectory of his career as an oral surgeon. Dan’s journey has involved treating war warriors as a GPR, completing a head and neck fellowship, and helping to develop the d…
 
Today’s guest is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who specializes in alveolar cleft grafting, cleft orthognathic surgery, and distraction. Through these life-changing procedures, Dr. Chris Viozzi is doing his part to give back, and he does this not only through treating patients within the US, but also those outside of it during 10-day mission tri…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by two repeat guests, Drs. Jake Stucki and Scott Weiskopf, who are here for a discussion around every oral surgeon’s indispensable tool: forceps. In today’s episode, we take a virtual trip around the mouth and share which of the large variety of forceps we think are preferable for taking out each type of tooth, although …
 
The purpose of a dental elevator is to break the fibers of the periodontal ligament, and if you know how to use it properly, it is a very powerful tool which can do a lot more than you think! In today’s episode, Dr. Jake Stucki, my brother, is back on the podcast. Our discussion covers how an elevator works, which elevators will likely be most effe…
 
In the United States, aggressive pain management practices have led to an opioid crisis which is responsible for thousands of deaths every year. Among those who have lost their lives in this untimely and avoidable way was Dr. Omar Abubaker’s son. The unspeakable pain of losing a child led Omar down a path of discovery around the dangers of opioids,…
 
Although the crazy hours and high pressure environment that characterize hospital-based practice will not be everybody’s preference, there is nowhere else that Dr. Gabriella Tehrany would rather be utilizing her OMS skills. For the past 12 years (other than during the COVID-19 lockdown) the longest time that Gabreilla has spent away from orthognath…
 
American born, European trained, and now working as the Division Chief and Program Director of OMS and dental medicine at Loyola, Dr. Stephen MacLeod has a broad scope of knowledge and experience and he joins me on today’s show for a discussion which is brimming equally with inspirational nuggets and practical tips. Stephen did a full medical degre…
 
Many oral surgeons are likely to have a type-A personality and are often inclined to want to control, rather than delegate tasks and responsibilities. While these traits are useful to the focus required during oral surgery, it’s not always conducive to instituting a well-run practice. In today’s episode, we are joined by Dr. Mykle Jacobs and Consul…
 
If you’ve made the (great) decision that you want to be an oral surgeon but you’re struggling to choose between the 4 year, 6 year, or the less common 5 year program, this episode is for you. My brother, Jake Stucki, and I chose different paths, and in today’s episode we talk you through the costs and benefits of the single versus dual degree optio…
 
A native of Toronto, Canada, Dr. Faisal Quereshy is a board-certified oral, maxillofacial, and facial cosmetic surgeon practicing in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as Professor and Residency Director for the Case Western Reserve University’s Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) Program. As today’s guest, Dr. Quereshy shares his unique perspective as a p…
 
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and other types of sleep disorders can have detrimental impacts on people’s lives, young and old. Oral surgeons are extremely well positioned to diagnose and treat these disorders, and in today’s episode I’m joined by Dr. Chris Viozzi, Clinical Chair of the OMS program at the Mayo Clinic, who specializes in this field.…
 
Today’s guest has had experience with both starting a practice from scratch and buying an already existing practice. In a previous Every Day Oral Surgery episode with Dr. Solomon Poyourow, we focused on the former, so today he is here to share the ins and outs of the latter. From the mindset that you should have when you enter into negotiations wit…
 
There are few oral surgeons who have done as many interviews as my brother, Dr. Jake Stucki, and I’ve done my fair share too. With the interview season starting now, we thought that it would be a good time to share our top tips for one of the key elements which will determine whether you will get into an OMS residency program. From your favorite Tu…
 
Today’s guest is the first surgeon I’ve had on the podcast who has a completely hospital-based practice. Many surgeons have concerns about having a practice of this type; if you are one of them, you might have your mind changed today! For Dr. Jackson Morgan, the ever-changing, incredibly rewarding nature of his role as a hospital-based surgeon is e…
 
There’s never going to be an anesthesia technique that is 100% foolproof, but the LMA/Sevo technique used by Dr. Paul Rollins and his partners, gets pretty close, according to Paul. Other than a small number of people who have small, or otherwise difficult, airways, the LMA/Sevo approach is safer for the patient, and a more pleasant experience for …
 
The oral surgery profession is heavily dominated by men, and therefore, being a woman in this field can be difficult. In today’s episode, we’re joined by Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic, an oral surgeon who didn’t let any of the hostility she experienced as a resident stop her from achieving her dreams. Today, Jaclyn works four days a week in private practice, a…
 
“No worldly success can compensate for failure in the home.” Alongside the fact that we are all oral surgeons, another commonality that I have with the two guests on today’s show is that we all went (or are currently going) through our oral surgery residency with at least one child. Dr John Tannyhill is the Director of Harvard’s School of Dentistry…
 
The etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and orofacial pain disorders are frequently challenging, and misdiagnosis and multiple failed treatments are common in this patient population. Today, we are joined by Dr. Louis Mercuri, an experienced oral maxillofacial surgeon, Clinical Consultant for TMJ Concepts, and Visiti…
 
Suturing has a variety of purposes; it helps to quicken the healing process, minimize bleeding, and hold things in place. There are also a number of different categories that sutures fall into, for example, natural, synthetic, resorbable, and non-resorbable. In today’s episode, I’m joined by my brother, Dr. Jake Stucki, for a discussion around the …
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Dr. Aaron Liddell, a repeat guest on the podcast; because he has so much valuable knowledge to share one episode wasn’t enough! The main focus of our conversation today is fractures. Over the past few years, and particularly since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Aaron has noticed an increase in the number of …
 
Today, we are joined by Dr. Ian Lehrer, an oral maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Dana Point, California. In this episode, we discuss how to prepare to join a practice after you have completed your residency program. Dr. Lehrer has some valuable and practical tips to share, including the value of keeping in touch with your upper level residents a…
 
Dr. Elda Fisher, our guest on today’s show, works with a highly disenfranchised cohort. Although transgender people make up 0.6% of the US population, they struggle with a lack of access to the kind of healthcare that Elda specializes in; facial gender affirmation surgery. As Elda explains, maxillofacial surgeons are uniquely qualified to do this t…
 
Today we are joined by oral and maxillofacial surgeon Dr. Myron Tucker. Dr. Tucker had a private practice in North Carolina for 18 years before he stepped away from full time surgery in 2009. Our guest has had a prolific career on the research side of the business, publishing a number of textbooks and offering his experience to support to students …
 
Starting your practice from nothing can be tough; you need to find clients, choose your location, and find a competent team, all while covering your costs and earning a profit. Here to help is our guest, Dr. Solomon Poyourow who has plenty of useful advice and key insights from establishing and running his practice for the past seven years. Tuning …
 
In Today's episode of Everyday Oral Surgery, we take a look at how oral surgeons who run their own practice are uniquely positioned to benefit from the many perks and points that various credit cards have to offer. We welcome back an old friend of the show, Dr. Scott Weiskopf, who has been using credit cards in his practice for many years to save t…
 
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are currently able to sedate patients and operate on them, although that privilege is under threat due to safety concerns. Dr. Robert Bosack, who has been a surgeon since before Mellampati scores were invented, is passionate about enhancing safety protocols for surgeons in order to preserve the right to anaesthetize …
 
Today’s guest is not only an oral surgeon, but an author and an MBA graduate as well. Dr. Dean DeLuke spent 30 years in private practice before transitioning to full-time academia, which is where he has spent the last 10 years. Dean explains what he loves so much about being an academic, and why he would recommend it to any oral surgeons on a part-…
 
There is still some stigma that exists around oral surgeons performing cosmetic surgery, but not nearly as much as there once was, and that is largely due to today’s guest, Joe Niamtu. Joe developed a love for cosmetic facial surgery while doing his residency, but he had to fight for the right to pursue his dreams. Luckily Joe is not someone who ta…
 
Oral surgeons, as our title suggests, belong in the operating room. Unfortunately, an increasing number of oral surgeons are spending more and more time in their offices and less and less time in theatre. This is something that greatly concerns today's guest, Dr. Morton Goldberg, who struggled for many years alongside other professionals to success…
 
Today’s guest, Dr. Stephen Saxe, was the 19th oral surgeon in Nevada! During his career, Stephen has had to deal with more trauma than most oral surgeons ever will, as he was one of the surgeons on call after the 2017 Las Vegas shooting. In this episode, you’ll hear about some of the physical and emotional trauma that he witnessed firsthand during …
 
Due to a gene abnormality, the World Health Organization labeled the odontogenic keratocyst as a tumor, but that is not the case. Today we are joined by an expert on the subject, Dr. Robert Marx, to discuss the nuances of diagnosing and treating odontogenic keratocysts. Dr. Marx is the Chief of oral maxillofacial surgery at the University of Miami …
 
Until you show your patients that you care, it doesn’t matter to them how much you know; that is one of the biggest lessons that Dr. Dan Tran learned through his experience of being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer during his second-year residency. Another is that we never know how much time we have left on earth and it’s so important that we mak…
 
As oral surgeons, we spend a lot of our lives in positions that aren’t good for our bodies, and which can end up causing us a lot of pain. Your host, Grant Stucki, knows this all too well. Today’s episode is a lesson in what so many of us are doing wrong, and how we can start looking after ourselves better. Our guests today are Dr. Julie Chaves, an…
 
If you’re a young surgeon who has been taught to believe that starting a dental business is incredibly difficult, you are far from alone. Our guest today, Dr. Jeffrey Carter, is here to explain why this is not the case, and how his company makes it much easier for oral surgeons to become independent contractors. Jeffrey’s vision for OMS Logistics i…
 
Owning and running your own oral surgery practice isn’t for everyone, but if you are able to handle the challenges that come along with it, it can be an extremely gratifying experience. After leaving the job he had working for someone else, Dr. Michael Goulston went out looking to buy a practice, and ended up deciding to start his own instead. Over…
 
If you are interested in learning how to make the most of your time as a dental professional, this is the episode for you! Dr. Aaron Liddell has managed to get to a point where almost all of his time is productively spent, and he has a team of people positioned around him to do the rest. Aaron explains how he ended up taking the road less traveled …
 
We’re calling today’s episode the one-upper! Tuning in, you’ll hear Dr. Grant Stucki and Dr. Mike Hall share some of their best dental stories, partly for comedic relief but also to impart some important lessons about client communication, adequate sedation techniques, and careful employee selection, as well as what you can learn from your patients…
 
It takes a lot of hard work to become a doctor, but to be a doctor who has also found massive success in other careers is something else entirely. Dr. Robert Guyette is one of those people. Today he joins us to talk about his approach to life and how it led him to have fruitful careers not just in medicine but in real estate and professional basket…
 
Today on the show the dynamic gets reversed because this is a recording of Dr. Stucki being interviewed by the famous Dr. Howard Farran! Dr. Farran is arguably the titan of dental podcasting, as he is the host of the widely loved Dentistry Uncensored show, and he also wrote Uncomplicate Business which Dr. Stucki is a big fan of. Dr. Stucki original…
 
If an oral surgeon gets to the point where they cannot get a healing abutment off, or conversely, it keeps falling off, it can be a frustrating experience for all involved parties. So for this episode of Everyday Oral Surgery, we are exploring the things that can go wrong with healing abutments and what to do about them! We begin with the situation…
 
The full mouth extraction process can be a daunting and traumatic one for patients. However through the right care and communication, it can be managed in a healthy and safe way, and joining to talk about exactly how he does this, is Dr. Scott Weiskopf! Scott is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, currently practicing in Memphis, and we get to hear …
 
Dr. Bryan White has spent the past eight years as a traveling surgeon with Pacific Dental Services (PDS), and has accumulated a lot of knowledge along the way. He joins us on the show today to share his pearls of wisdom with regard to preparation, surrounding oneself with a great team, and transporting equipment. There are over 100 surgeons who are…
 
Oral surgery residency is a time of growth for dental students and but also an opportunity for those students to shape the program itself. It is important for there to be a good fit between the student and the institution so that a mutually beneficial dynamic is created. Today on the show we invite Dr. Michael Miloro, Program Chairman at the Univer…
 
Today’s guest on the Everyday Oral Surgery Podcast is Dr. Michael Hall, a general dentist who practices in Pueblo, Colorado, and a close friend of your host, Dr. Grant Stucki. In this episode, Dr. Hall shares his perspective as a general dentist when dealing with an oral maxillofacial surgeon and reflects on his personal business experience, as a d…
 
Building and maintaining a solo practice is a multi-faceted project, something that Dr. Michael Hall knows all about! Dr. Hall returns to the podcast today to drop a few pearls of wisdom and talk about the lessons he has learned running his office so far. Specifically, we get into the hiring process, smart ways to cut costs, and his philosophy towa…
 
Today on the Everyday Oral Surgery Podcast we are joined by Dr. David Saloman to discuss post-extraction bleeding and how to handle bleeding complications. As postoperative bleeding is most commonly experienced by the elderly on anticoagulants or blood thinners, the doctors discuss how best to deal with these patients before, during, and after any …
 
Significant anesthetic emergencies in oral and maxillofacial surgery offices are rare events. However, emergencies do occur, and being prepared is key for mitigating the impact of these events. Today’s guest is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. David Salomon. He is on staff at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where he also serves as fac…
 
Referrals can be the lifeblood of your practice. Today we welcome ‘The Implant Doctor’ Mulokozi Lugakingira onto the show to learn both about his practice and about his effective referral marketing strategy. After chatting about Mulokozi’s personal and professional history, we dive into the top lessons that he’s learned from running his practice. W…
 
Delivering an efficient and high-end service sounds like a challenging task, but Matthew Weber is here to tell you that it can be done. As today’s guest, we speak with Matthew about his experiences as a maxillofacial surgeon, what it takes to start your own practice from the ground up, and the virtues of taking digital impressions. To kick off our …
 
Today we speak with Dr. Jay Lee, a maxillofacial surgeon with a knack for orthognathics. In this special episode, Jay shares his experiences in the field, as well as the shiny pearls he’s picked up during his years of practice. To open our conversation, we hear Jay’s professional and academic history, before touching on how he forged a path into or…
 
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