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Social Media isn’t the Real World

Social Media isn’t the Real World

By on November 1, 2017 in Recent posts with 7 Comments

This is an interesting guest post that  the UK based website GDPUK published a few weeks ago. I thought that it was very good. The post  is about problems with social media.  It was written by Simon Thackeray, who is a general dental practitioner.  I thought that it was very relevant to orthodontics and they […]

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Facebook based orthodontics

Facebook based orthodontics

By on July 24, 2017 in Recent posts with 20 Comments

Facebook based orthodontics A couple of posts ago Mark Wertheimer did a great post on professionalism. In this post he mentioned some of the effects of social media. This has led me to think about a new form of evidence “Facebook based orthodontics”.

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Does Social Media help communication in orthodontics?

Does Social Media help communication in orthodontics?

By on August 10, 2015 in Recent posts, Trials with 3 Comments

Does Social Media help communication in Orthodontics? This post is about communication via social media and its potential vital role in orthodontic care.  This is becoming an increasingly important area of research because of the explosion in the use of social media.   I am sure that we are all aware of this by simply looking in […]

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