Dr. Ritter from Ritter and Ramsey General and Cosmetic Dentistry at the American Society for Dental Aesthetics
This past week in Seattle, Wa, Dr. Rob Ritter presented to the Annual Kois Symposium on Social Media-Recommendation Marketing. Over 400 Kois trained graduates were in attendance to hear the lecture on how social media is used to promote and share your practice with your patients. Sharing this information is a passion for Dr. Ritter and the ability to utilize these various platforms was incredibly helpful to the dentists from all ver the country. Congrats to Dr. Ritter for this achievement!
Dr’s Ritter and Ramsey wish all of our patients, family and friends a happy holiday. Please celebrate our countries birth with happiness and safety this 4th of July!
Last week both Dr. Rob Ritter and Dr. Chris Ramsey were invited to present at the DSD Residency in NYC hosted and established by the founder of DSD, Dr. Christian Coachman. Dr. Ritter presented on Social Media and Recommendation Marketing and Dr. Ramsey presented on Body Language. The information presented by the other guest lecturers was outstanding. The concept of DSD and the advent of digital technology made this the most forward thinking and advanced training available. The movement towards digital communication and transfer of information has fundamentally changed dentistry. There is now a clear distinction between dentists using this technology and providing these services and ones that don't. Drs. Ritter and Ramsey have always been leaders in the field of dentistry and they continue on with these advances providing this for they patients!
The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry annual meeting is rapidly approaching, and Dr. Rob Ritter will be presenting on the latest materials and digital scanners.
Drs. Rob Ritter and Chris Ramsey were recently added by Dr. Christian Coachman to present at his DSD World Tour. First stop is NYC at NYU College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Ritter will be covering Social Media/Recommendation Marketing and Dr. Ramsey will be presenting his Body Language lecture. This is another great opportunity for the doctors to glena more information about the exciting changes with digital smile design also known as DSD.
- Last week Dr Rob Ritter attended the largest dental trade show in the world in Cologne, Germany. For 3 straight days, Dr Ritter previewed the latest dental equipment and technology. Most of the technology previewed has not been released to American Dentists yet. Dr Ritter was able to test and qualify the newest equipment and speak to the manufactures and inventors. The office of Dr's Ritter and Ramsey will be acquiring the latest technology to advance the ease, speed and quality for our patients. www.ivoclarvivadent.us.com
Dr Ritter attended the biannual meeting of the IDCC in Crested Butte, Colorado this week. This is a gathering of some of the top dentists both nationally and internationally. The topics covered were wide ranging from Periodontics, Oral Surgery, Restorative Dentistry and Laboratory techniques to help patients find better and more predictable outcomes. It is an honor to gain an innovation as it is limited to only 50 dentists across the planet.
Ww wanted to take a moment to wish you our dental family a happy and joyous holiday! All our best!!
http://www.asdatoday.comDr. Rob Ritter attended the annual meeting of the American Society fro Dental Aesthetics this past weekend in Aventura, Fl. The organization which was started by World Famous dentist Dr. Irwin Smigel, the father of cosmetic dentistry in 1976. The organization represent the finest in what cosmetic dentistry can do fro our patients. Dr. Ritter presented Digital Dentistry and the ability to reach like minded patients thru social media and online resources.
This past week Dr. Rob Ritter was recognized on the cover of Dentistry Today as a leader amongst his peers in dentistry. This is given once a year and rewarded with a picture on the cover of the magazine that is circulated amongst the over 160,000 dentists in the USA. It is with great pride and humility that Dr Ritter is looked upon as a leading educator and thought provider for the profession. Next time your in, look for the cover in the reception area of Ritter and Ramsey General and Cosmetic Dentistry.
Drs. Ritter and Ramsey are both advocates of the use of fluoride during regular cleaning visits. Below are some facts about the reasoning why we stand behind our decision.• Fluoride is NOT A MEDICATION! It is a mineral, and when present at the right level it helps prevent tooth decay, and contributes to healthy bones. • Fluoride occurs naturally in water, though rarely at the optimal level to protect teeth. • Many everyday products are fortified to enhance the health of Americans- iodine is added to salt, folic acid is added to breads and cereals, Vitamin D is added to milk, and Fluoride is added to water. • Topical fluoride helps re-mineralize enamel layers making the tooth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and sugars in the mouth that cause decay. • Fluoride helps to reverse early decay. • People with dry mouth, orthodontics, crowns and bridges, Sjogren’s Syndrome, a history of head and neck radiation, gum disease and recession are all at increased risk for decay and can benefit from fluoride treatments. • Getting enough fluoride in childhood is critical to strengthening our teeth for an entire lifetime. • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reviewed whether using toothpaste with fluoride alone was enough. After looking at all the ways we might get fluoride- including fluoride toothpaste-the CDC recommended that communities fluoridate water at 0.7 parts per million. Any less puts the health of our teeth at risk. SEE ATTACHED MAP OF FLORIDA CITIES LESS THAN 0.7 PPM IN THEIR WATER • Tooth decay is the most common chronic health problem affecting children in the U.S. It is 5 times more common than asthma! • Drinking fluoridated water prevents decay by as much as 27% in adults. Topical fluoride can be applied for prevention as well. • Anti-fluoride activists have claimed, with no evidence, that fluoridation causes everything from Cancer to mental disease.
This past weekend, Dr. Rob Ritter was in Des Moines, Iowa taking hands on course with Dr. Newton Fahl on direct composites. Direct composites are the plastic filling material that dentists place on front teeth and the white filing material that is placed on back teeth. Dr. Fahl is universally viewed its the best composite dentist on the planet! He practices in Curitiba, Brazil. He was in Des Moines to give a special 3 day course to a select few dentists. The skills and knowledge that were accumulated will be put to good use on our patients.
This year the annual meeting of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry met at Dana Point, California. Dr’s Ritter and Ramsey who are both members of the exclusive and prestigious organization. The volume of advanced knowledge that the doctors acquired is invaluable to the practice and for our patients to help us provide lifelong smiles and oral health. AAED
This past week, Dr. Rob Ritter of Ritter and Ramsey General and Cosmetic Dentistry attended 3M/ESPE dental division roundtable. 24 top clinicians with diverse backgrounds and insights into restorative dentistry came together at Wonewok in northern Minnesota. They discussed current trends in dentistry, got a closer look at developing technologies and help guide the direction of further innovation for all of dentistry. It was an hour and a privilege to attend to this very exclusive gathering. Congrats to Dr. Ritter!
The summer is here! Get out and start enjoying time outside with your family. We live in florida to enjoy what it has to offer. Vitamin D from limited sun exposure is good for you as well as your pineal gland that absorbs the suns rays. Its a slower paced time with vacations coming as well. We here at Ritter and Ramsey General and Cosmetic Dentistry wish you and your family healthy and happy Memorial Day weekend!