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Have you ever been talking with other surgeons about the way they do things in their practice and you heard something that helped you out? This podcast is meant to give you an insight into the way other surgeons do things and think about things. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in your daily routine.

Everyday Oral Surgery Grant Stucki - oral and maxillofacial surgeon

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 108 Ratings

Have you ever been talking with other surgeons about the way they do things in their practice and you heard something that helped you out? This podcast is meant to give you an insight into the way other surgeons do things and think about things. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in your daily routine.

    Reviewing Anesthesia Near Misses with Aortic Stenosis and Other Issues, with Dr. Paul Rollins

    Reviewing Anesthesia Near Misses with Aortic Stenosis and Other Issues, with Dr. Paul Rollins

    Anesthesia is critical to surgical procedures, ensuring patients are comfortable and pain-free during operations. However, administering anesthesia is not without risks, especially for patients with underlying health conditions like aortic stenosis. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Paul Rollins, Oral Surgeon at Falls Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center, to explore some of his anesthesia near misses with patients. Learn about the basics of aortic stenosis, what the symptoms are, and ...

    • 52 min
    Exploring the Role of Airway Deficiency on TMD, with Dr. Andy Loetscher

    Exploring the Role of Airway Deficiency on TMD, with Dr. Andy Loetscher

    We often underestimate the importance of sleep and how “horror sleep” can negatively affect all aspects of our lives. One of the major hindrances to good sleep is airway complications, but maxillomandibular advancement surgical interventions may be the answer. To help us in our exploration of the impact of airway deficiency on temporomandibular disorders (TMD), we are joined today by the jaw and airway expert, Dr. Christian Andy Loetscher, DDS, MS. In this episode, Dr. Andy explains how a com...

    • 54 min
    Finding Humor in Oral Surgery: Funny Stereotypes and Observations

    Finding Humor in Oral Surgery: Funny Stereotypes and Observations

    It is so important to be able to find humor in every situation, even difficult ones and as an oral surgeon, you may encounter difficult situations often! Today’s topic of discussion is a bit of a lighter one, as we are joined by Ben Hechler to break down all the different oral surgery stereotypes and our experiences of them. Maybe you are the grump surgeon who has worked way past your retirement or you’re the bro surgeon who wants to make friends with everyone! Perhaps you are the assistant w...

    • 55 min
    Enhancing Anesthesia in the Office: Leveraging Technology for Efficiency and Safety, with Dr. Dallen Mill (Anesthesiologist)

    Enhancing Anesthesia in the Office: Leveraging Technology for Efficiency and Safety, with Dr. Dallen Mill (Anesthesiologist)

    During this episode, Dr. Dallen Mill joins us to share a few technologies that have been so beneficial to him that he would almost describe them as magic. We kick off our conversation with a brief overview of the history of anesthesia before we unpack how to address respiratory compromise and airway emergencies. Dr. Mill shares four studies on two options for laryngoscopies, discusses tips for negotiating the tube through the vocal cords, and offers some tech suggestions to support the proces...

    • 40 min
    Medicine Review: Neurological and Psychiatric Considerations, with Dr. Andrew Jenzer

    Medicine Review: Neurological and Psychiatric Considerations, with Dr. Andrew Jenzer

    As an oral surgeon, all aspects of a patient’s medical status and history have to be taken into account. In this episode, we welcome Dr. Andrew Jenzer back to the show to discuss relevant psychological and neurological conditions and the medications used to treat them. Tuning in, you’ll hear an amazing description of some common neurological terms, a breakdown of different mood disorders, perioperative considerations for anti-depressant medications, how headaches differ, and the dangers of se...

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Anaphylaxis and Anesthesia: Pearls on Diagnosis and Management, with Dr. Jon Bacon (Dental Anesthesiologist)

    Anaphylaxis and Anesthesia: Pearls on Diagnosis and Management, with Dr. Jon Bacon (Dental Anesthesiologist)

    Allergic reactions are as nuanced as they are subjective – there are no blanket treatments for anaphylaxis, and each case needs to be observed in isolation. Today we are joined by the Dental Anesthesiologist, Jonathan Bacon, DDS, to walk us through everything we need to know about anaphylaxis diagnoses and treatments when under anesthesia. After learning more about Dr. Jon, we discover what anaphylaxis is (with a more accurate definition from the World Allergy Organization), what causes it, h...

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
108 Ratings

108 Ratings

4/9/24 ,

Keep doing great things!

I enjoy getting to learn more about Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Awesome podcast! Keep doing great things!

mcmonee ,

Inspirational, informative, and consistent!

Deeply appreciate Dr. Stucki’s dedication to the podcast. As an aspiring oral surgeon, this podcast has illuminated the relevant issues and topics that will help me thrive through the residency progress!

1neoffzapparel ,

Wow!! I love it!!

I throughly enjoyed the podcast with Dr. Pogrel on Coronectomy surgery. I’m doing my research on it at the moment in order to select the right Dr. in case it’s something I may be needing. I was so informed in this episode I followed the channel and checked all of your topics. After perusing through the episode titles I knew this was going to be one of my favorite channels. Thanks guys for the awesome discussions on the one thing no one seems to care enough to make available to the patients. It’s like being a fly on the wall listening to medical barbershop talk. You guys are a blessing because all the patient usually get to hear is what the procedure will be and the cost, after its over we get pretty much one expected follow up then life goes on…no one ever explains anything in detail and in most cases patients are never offered options.

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