We start this episode with a pretty amazing Arctic circle archeological discovery. A microorganism that was frozen for 24,000 years has been revived and is alive. Hear what scientists are accomplishing with this process. Then we have a special in-studio guest this week! It’s a combined Dental School 101 and Ask the Expert feature as Dr. Juan Carlos from Panama was in Indianapolis for several days to train with Dr. Shoup, to enhance his microscopic dental approaches, and Dr. Juan Carlos also helped Dr. Shoup with some dentist treatment posture techniques that helps lengthen careers. Hear the detailed and informative exchange from two International Professional Leaders!
This episode commences with a hero! Which is a giant rat? And it was trained to help clear landmines? Hear what the rodent accomplished. In Dental School 101, what is true and not true about the cause of gum recession? And what is the proper way to treat it? This is critical for you to know! In Ask the Expert the Dr. explains everything you need to know about SPF lotions, the roots of the SPF technology and is it harmful in any way? There’s some info about your summertime skin protection you probably didn’t know!
We start this episode with the question why is 50,000 year old poop being studied? The Dr. provides the research. Why are we seeing bigger clusters of cavities in patients, much bigger problems than previous years? It has to do with saliva, dry mouth and how bacteria plays with it. Dr. Shoup has a battle plan! In our latest Ask the Expert feature, the Dr. unveils why most dental offices with doctors old and young are putting their practice and profits FIRST and the patients SECOND. Hear the industry insider info.
This episode begins with a record setting archeological discovery in Africa. A 78,000 years old careful community burial of a young child. We have the details. In Dental School 101, Dr. Shoup tells you the main question that other dentists NEVER ask, leading to unnecessary or incorrect treatments. Hear what questions Dr. Shoup asks, leading to much better results. And in the return of our Ask the Expert feature, the Dr. reports on a chemical used in killing insects within the last 70 years, leading to cancer being found in harmless wildlife like sea lions, birds and others. Hear the insider details that have the public up in arms.
We start with a pesky summer pest. Florida is creating a genetically engineered batch of mosquitoes to release them out in the wild, to combat the most dangerous mosquitoes already out there. Then Dr. Shoup addresses a new patient question. Why am I getting cavities when I brush and floss all the time without doing sweets or acidic drinks? The Dr. answers this question and discusses tooth flaws other dentists are not catching early enough. And it’s the LAST COVID-19 UPDATE! We are officially retiring this segment after this week! Hear the latest insider info and where the country is heading in the coming months.
There’s a new invention that helps rebuild tooth enamel, it’s in the final research stages and we’re talking about a mouth lossage. Learn about all the cutting edge treatments it’s going to provide. In dental school 101 the Dr. broaches Covid-19 eating and drinking habits, and what’s true and not true about our diet indulgences and food preparation. And we’re closing in on the VERY LAST segment dedicated to your weekly CoronaVirus update. The grand finale update will take place before the end of May 2021! But for now, we take a look back at the facts for why the virus spread so fast across America in 2020.
We start this episode with some quick alphabet origination facts. It can be traced back to 1,500 years before Christ. In Dental school 101 we get technical. How deep can you go into a single tooth to remove decay? When does drilling not make sense and how does the biomimetic approach drastically differ from what most dentists would do? In this week’s Covid 19 update, the federal government had the bright idea to allow dental offices to administer vaccine shots. The Dr. discusses the positives and negatives and why the pharmaceutical companies are not happy about it, plus hear more insider CoronaVirus trends.
How old is the human race? Scientists may have discovered when the initial human brains were first formed. How can they estimate how many years ago this was? It has something to do with skull fossils and 3D brain scanning technology. In Dental School 101 the Dr. addresses what dental restorations you may be putting off during our mask wearing society. You’ll want to hear how restorations can go very badly with other dentists’ approaches, compared to how Dr. Shoup approaches restoring your molars, and how to avoid big mistakes with your delicate front teeth. In this episode’s Covid-19 update, did you know that if you’ve already had the CoronaVirus, you only need one Pfizer or one Moderna vaccine shot, not two?
Can lions yawning in the wild translate to a human’s reason for yawning? Is yawning and other habits we have like touching our face, contagious when we’re hanging out in groups? Then in Dental School 101 the Dr. has insider info about how bad bacteria can get, when it sticks to your invisalign trays, whitening trays, retainers, and mouth guards. What is the proper way to clean these devices to avoid bacteria build up and device deterioration? Hear the tips! In the latest Covid-19 update, we have a progress report on the virus variants and recent virus spikes. Plus, what fake news is out there that you need to ignore.
We start this episode with some exciting news on the molecular research front, researchers are creating new “real teeth” from scratch. This could be the future for replacing dentures. And Dr. Shoup wants some of his listeners to stop doing the following…requests for whether or not someone needs a crown from a cell phone picture. And then the Dr. addresses why grinding down your tooth for a crown is the WRONG way to go. In our latest Covid-19 update, what is causing some uptick in the virus transmission? Is it kids or adults? And the Dr. has some strong opinions about reopening schools and how many days per year students should attend classes, so that America stops trailing other countries in education.