Miguel Stanley

Miguel Stanley

Coronavirus impact on dental practices: Slow dentistry and infection control: 4 pillars for patient safety (Video)

Dr. Miguel Stanley looks at the pandemic as a positive time for dentists to reset. They may want to consider practicing “slow dentistry” upon their return. What is that, and is it right for you? You can check the full article in Dentistry IQ here, or read the full publication below: Dr. Miguel Stanley tells […]

Dentists on coronavirus reality around the globe: Interview in Dental Tribune

Difficult times we are all facing as humans, and I just wanted to give a big shout out to all the Dental community.  Stay strong we will pull through this!  People always will need healthy smiles!   You can check the full article in Dental Tribune here, or read the full publication below:  Use this […]

Toxic dentistry?

So very proud to have my article on “Toxic Dentistry” published in such a prestigious edition. I believe that our industry truly needs some things to change. One thing that must happen and even be enforced, and also a foundation of Slow Dentistry, is clinics that don’t respect proper disinfection protocols in between appointments. Its […]

The Importance of Going Slow

For the longest time I have been talking about how important it is to practice Slow Dentistry. A lot of my colleagues were always very curious to what this truly meant. Never before has it made more sense to take the appropriate amount of time to correctly disinfect your hands, and properly disinfect the treatment […]

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