Now that the holidays are coming to a close and the New Year fast approaches, we decided it was the perfect time to look back on the best CMS blog posts of 2016!
It’s been a year of excitement, dramatic changes, and many successful CMS courses. We’ve enjoyed meeting so many new participants and encountering familiar faces. We traveled across the country to provide top clinical education and can’t wait to offer even more next year.
Before we move on to 2017, we’d like to take stock of some of the fantastic posts we’ve published here in 2016. It was a year of actionable advice, personal revelations, and critical thinking. Enjoy the review, we hope you discover some gems you might’ve missed!
Top 10 CMS Blog Posts of 2016
It was so hard to pick only 10 posts, but somehow we managed:
One of our best clinical posts by Dr. Nosti, which started off the year on a high note by delving into the use of the Gothic Arch Tracer.
Dr. Brady’s first installment in a series on positive patient relationships and useful diagnostic practices.
Dr. Olitsky answers questions about finding the difficult balance between home and work life as a dentist.
A cheeky take on the ridiculous, relatable, and hilarious attributes most dentists share.
Another solid clinical overview from Dr. Brady, providing actionable advice for wear or attrition cases.
This post blends an inspiring story with a successful treatment planning approach to give readers an inside look into Dr. Nosti’s practice.
Dr. Catalano broke onto the blog scene with a somewhat controversial and incredibly useful post that ignited our community of readers with questions and curiosity.
Blending humor with honest insight, this post is a snappy overview of what it’s like to be a dentist at the many turning points in a career.
Dr. Brady explains why she believes caring and professional satisfaction are necessary for the future of dentistry.
Rounding out the year’s Top 10 is a post by CMS Executive Director Jenn Janicki. She clarifies the significance of questions that can be game-changers in your practice.
What was your favorite CMS blog post of 2016? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!