Best craniofacial podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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CleftCast
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CleftCast is a podcast dedicated to helping and informing the cleft and craniofacial community through real-life stories and information.
 
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Dr Damian Marucci Plastic Surgeon
 
Dr Marucci is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with special interests in craniofacial surgery, cosmetic surgery, reconstructive surgery after cancer and surgical education.
 
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Sean K. Carlson, DMD, MS
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Dr. Carlson is a Board Certified orthodontist who received his dental degree from Harvard University in 1994. He received his orthodontic specialty training and his Master of Science degree in Oral Biology from the University of California at San Francisco. He is currently an Associate Professor of Orthodontics at the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Mill Valley, California. Dr. Carlson is a Senior Investigator in the Craniofa ...
 
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Without Notes The Podcast with Michael Levine
 
DR. SHIRAZI DDS, MS, LAC, MA, RPSGT, DABCP, DABCDSM Dr. David Shirazi started his journey to aid his community by earning his DDS degree in 2000 from Howard University College of Dentistry, in Washington D.C., after growing up in Woodland Hills, California and attending CSUN and El Camino Real HS. Dr. David ShiraziAs soon as he graduated, he co ...…
 
Dr. Nguyen is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Nguyen completed his graduate studies at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, followed by full general surgery training at the New York University Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital in New York City where he served as the acad ...…
 
Dr. Taraneh Maghsoodi-Zahedi received her Bachelor’s of Art degree from Azad University in Iran in 1992. Then she moved to Unite States in 1995. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from UTSA in 2000. She received her DDS in 2006 from university of Texas health science center San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Following graduation, she continued h ...…
 
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Rooster Radio - Business & Personal Growth Insights & Stories from Entrepreneurs and Leaders in Business, Health, Tech & More
 
Professor David David, the world’s leading craniofacial expert, has spent three decades restoring dignity for thousands of patients from all corners of the globe.Professor David performs “everyday miracles” for people who would otherwise be facing conditions that are limiting, debilitating and often life-threatening - such as distortion of the ...…
 
Dr. Jamison Spencer is the director of the Center for Sleep Apnea and TMJ in Boise, Idaho, and the Director of Dental Sleep Medicine for Lane and Associates Family Dentistry, a group practice with 30 locations, in North Carolina. He is a Past President of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP), a Diplomate of the American Board of Cra ...…
 
Dr. Sean K. Carlson is a Board Certified Orthodontist who received his dental degree from Harvard University in 1994. There he was awarded the American Association of Orthodontists Award upon graduation for demonstrating exceptional interest in the development of the oro-facial complex. He received both his Orthodontic Specialty training and hi ...…
 
In the United States, nearly 6,800 babies are born with oral-facial clefts annually. The Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Institute at St. Louis Children's Hospital, established in 1978 as part of the Division of Plastic Surgery, is the largest and oldest center of its kind in the Midwest. The team has treated more than 4,000 patients with cleft l ...…
 
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Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
 
Dr Genecov has been practicing in the orthodontic field for many years, and the enjoyment and thrill of achieving excellent results are always very exciting to him. He feels very fortunate to be able to help the people in his community gain confidence and self-esteem, as well as a smile they can be proud to show off. His commitment to patients ...…
 
Alan Cerny (@NordlingCS on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss their 2017 Oscar Predictions. It’s Season 7! It wouldn’t be Reality Check if the season didn’t start with the Oscars. Craig and Alan predict their choices for the 2017 Academy Awards, why the Oscars seemed to come down to about 7 movies, why someone should have or shouldn’t h ...…
 
In this podcast, Dr. William Giannobile, Editor-in-Chief of JDR joins Dr. Jack Ferracane Associate Editor of JDR, Dr. Christopher Fox, Executive Director of the AADR and IADR, and Dr. Martha Somerman, the Director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, in a discussion of an article titled "NIH's Funding to US Dental Inst ...…
 
Dr Russell Mottram is a chiropractor and member of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (Aust). Russell is a sessional lecturer at RMIT for Cranio-mandibular disorders. He is a co-author of a chapter in Multi-disciplinary textbook “Headache, Orofacial Pain and Bruxism” published by Elsevier 2010. He is a current Principal of TMJcare, in bo ...…
 
Dr. Willey is a Diplomate with the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines, a Diplomate of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy and serves on the Board of Directors for the Dental Division of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy. He has dedicated his practice to treating sleep disordered breathing, snoring, obstructive sleep apn ...…
 
Sit down and listen to our latest podcast, a conversation with Dr. Chris Hart, a dentist, businessman, and product inventor. He’s also known as the mind behind Oventus. In this podcast, Dr. Hart goes on to explain about: - Health issues that can adversely affect dental health - The importance of continual education - The path to trying out new ...…
 
Pediatric Grand Rounds with Joseph Shin, MDBy questions@hitchcock.org.
 
As a lifelong resident of Granger, Indiana, Dr. Klauer has strong ties to the Michiana community. After attending grade school at Christ the King and going on to Marian High school, Dr. Klauer chose to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Notre Dame. There, he earned a Monogram letter as a member of the varsity golf team and ...…
 
Having a rare disease with visible manifestations can cause people to stare or give second looks. Peter Dankelson, a 16-year-old with Goldenhar Syndrome, knows what that’s like. Dankelson, talks to students around the country about his experience of living with a craniofacial condition and uses it to remind students that we are all different. H ...…
 
Every one of us within this cleft, craniofacial and facial difference worldwide community will face struggles and hardship at different times, whether it is from our anomalies or just life itself. Yet there is an opportunity, once the struggles cease or simply rest for a bit, that we can find a lesson or two to help us live better lives. In thi ...…
 
At times, it is extremely difficult for people with facial differences to look in a mirror. Something as simple as that, to many people, might seem so ridiculous in regard to being filled with shame and guilt about one's looks. Yet it can happen. Seeing the beauty within yourself, no matter how your face or even body looks, is one of the great ...…
 
Martha Cortés, DDS, New York, is a general and cosmetic dentist, as well as one of the few fully certified neuromuscular dentists from the prestigious Las Vegas Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada, which is a celebrated and world recognized post-graduate training center for restorative dentists that takes year of hands-on-training to accomplish. Denti ...…
 
Robert Franciscus (Univ of Iowa) explains that anatomically modern humans are recognized in the fossil record primarily by retraction and diminution of the facial skeleton compared to pre-modern “archaic” humans. He then describes a promising model for the advent of facial diminution, which suggests that anatomically modern humans represent a ‘ ...…
 
Robert Franciscus (Univ of Iowa) explains that anatomically modern humans are recognized in the fossil record primarily by retraction and diminution of the facial skeleton compared to pre-modern “archaic” humans. He then describes a promising model for the advent of facial diminution, which suggests that anatomically modern humans represent a ‘ ...…
 
Robert Franciscus (Univ of Iowa) explains that anatomically modern humans are recognized in the fossil record primarily by retraction and diminution of the facial skeleton compared to pre-modern “archaic” humans. He then describes a promising model for the advent of facial diminution, which suggests that anatomically modern humans represent a ‘ ...…
 
Robert Franciscus (Univ of Iowa) explains that anatomically modern humans are recognized in the fossil record primarily by retraction and diminution of the facial skeleton compared to pre-modern “archaic” humans. He then describes a promising model for the advent of facial diminution, which suggests that anatomically modern humans represent a ‘ ...…
 
Elaine Merritt // Sandler Training Elaine Merritt has more than 25 years of sales, media and training experience, including developing marketing and business development strategies for local and national businesses. She has conducted sales and management training for businesses ranging from car dealerships to beverage distributors. Elaine is a ...…
 
In this episode, the gang discusses two papers that try and piece apart the complicated evolutionary history of cyclostomes (lampreys and hagfish) and spiders. What did the ancestors of these things look like? Also, Amanda comes up with a lucrative business proposal, James hijacks the podcast to make a bold statement, and Curt is skeptical of h ...…
 
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Dentists, Implants and Worms
 
We're carrying on our streak of orthodontists on the show— thistime we had the chance to talk to Dr. Sean K. Carlson, who is aBoard Certified Orthodontist who lectures worldwide on CBCT. Dr. Carlson gave us plenty of insight into how the airway andbreathing can be compromised and how orthodontics is the bestcourse of action when putting togethe ...…
 
Richard Schneider looks at how individual components of the face and skull achieve their proper size, shape, and functional integration during development and evolution. His goal is to devise novel therapies for regenerating tissues affected by birth defects, disease, and trauma. Schneider is in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF. Se ...…
 
Richard Schneider looks at how individual components of the face and skull achieve their proper size, shape, and functional integration during development and evolution. His goal is to devise novel therapies for regenerating tissues affected by birth defects, disease, and trauma. Schneider is in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF. Se ...…
 
Richard Schneider looks at how individual components of the face and skull achieve their proper size, shape, and functional integration during development and evolution. His goal is to devise novel therapies for regenerating tissues affected by birth defects, disease, and trauma. Schneider is in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF. Se ...…
 
Richard Schneider looks at how individual components of the face and skull achieve their proper size, shape, and functional integration during development and evolution. His goal is to devise novel therapies for regenerating tissues affected by birth defects, disease, and trauma. Schneider is in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCSF. Se ...…
 
Joe Rutland is an author, writer, podcaster and journalist who has spent 30-plus years in the communications industry. He's a contributing writer for The Good Men Project. A native Texan, he's also lived for periods of time in Arizona. Joe is quite passionate about supporting the emotional well-being of children, adults and parents in the cleft ...…
 
Patrick McKeown discovered breathing re-education when faced with poor health in his own life. He had asthma, sleep apnea and poor mental function. He completely transformed his whole life by addressing his own breathing and starting to see these symptoms and condition no longer affected him. Since then Patrick has dedicated his life to teachin ...…
 
This episode’s discussion: - Why General/Pediatric dentists should incorporate orthodontics into their practices - How General/Pediatric dentists can do so and develop the same level of expertise and skill they have in other aspects of Dentistry - Diagnosis in Orthodontics: Why understanding the clinical applications of the principles of cranio ...…
 
Lois Laynee, Ph.D is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep Apnea, Scar Release Healing and Cranio Facial Neuro development. In this episode we speak about the benefits of Optimal Oxygenation in our bodies including better sleep, more energy and overall increased wellbeing and how we can go about achieving this.…
 
At Children’s Mercy Kansas City, Shao Jiang, MD coordinates an international adoption program with China for cleft lip/palate surgeries. The experienced cleft palate/lip and craniofacial team provides comprehensive medical services, with pre-adoption counseling and social workers available for ongoing parental support. Dr. Jiang is uniquely pos ...…
 
Dana Laake and her special guest Dr. Thomas Lokensgard will discuss a holistic and biological approach to treating dental problems.Dr. Thomas Lokensgard, DDS, NMD, ABAAHP, is a holistic and biological dentist with over 30 years of clinical experience. Dr. Lokensgard started his dental practice with an emphasis in Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry. ...…
 
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Reality Check with Craig Price
 
Alan Cerny (@NordlingCS on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss their 2016 Oscar Predictions. Season 6 starts off like it has the last 5 years, with Craig and Alan predicting their choices for the 2016 Academy Awards, lamenting non-nominees, why someone should have or shouldn’t have been nominated as well as who they think WILL win and wh ...…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for otolaryngologists of ‘Clinical Practice Guideline: Otitis Media Effusion (Update),’ published as a supplement to the February 2016 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The clinical prac ...…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for primary care providers and patients of ‘Clinical Practice Guideline: Otitis Media Effusion (Update),’ published as a supplement to the February 2016 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. ...…
 
Stay tuned until the end for a sample of Dr. Walker’s funny dental videos! Josh Walker, DDS: -Graduated in 2002 from UMKC School of Dentistry -Practicing in Manhattan, Kansas -Office has been voted #1 Dental Office in Manhattan -Actively use social media, specifically Facebook to appeal to patients -Writes, films, edits all Facebook videos for ...…
 
•Bruxism and OSA •What to do with bruxing patients •Know when to treat and when to refer. •Work with your local MD's •Positive effects of cannabis oil Dr. Shirazi graduated from Howard University College of Dentistry, in Washington D.C. in 2000 and earned a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from SAMRA University in 2006 and is also a board li ...…
 
Do you know the difference between a plastic surgeon and a cosmetic surgeon? You might be surprised at the answer. Plastic surgeons perform operations to change the shape and/or the appearance of part of a patient's body. A plastic surgeon performs cosmetic surgeries such as nose jobs or face lifts, but they also perform reconstructive surgerie ...…
 
Learn how to recognize facial skeletal abnormalities, and how to help patients help themselves. Dr. Radhika Chigurupati is a board certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon who specializes in orthognathic surgery for correction of developmental and acquired jaw and facial deformities. She sees both children and adults with jaw deformities, cleft ...…
 
Geoffrey Hall, DDS explains why general dentists can do orthodontics, and shares the Smilefast story. Dr Geoffrey Hall BDsc (Melb) CertOrth (Uni of Penn) Dr Geoffrey Hall received his dental training at the University of Melbourne in 1983, and pursued his postgraduate orthodontic training at the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and completed ...…
 
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SAGE Clinical Medicine & Research
 
This podcast moderated by guest editors of the special issue on craniofacial stem cells highlights the field and relevance to oral health. Drs. Nor and Klein interview Professors Paul Sharpe of Kings College London and Mark Prince of the University of Michigan to get their unique insights on the development of this field from both a research an ...…
 
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