We’re back from another incredible RDH Under One Roof event! This year, we traveled to the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas to learn and share alongside our extended RDH family. After hearing from nearly 40 unique speakers, we’re feeling energized about the future of dental hygiene and what our friends in dentistry are doing.
This three-day, high energy event brings thousands of dental hygienists together to discuss the biggest topics in dentistry. This year’s major themes covered dental health and habits including public health, the impact of vaping, opioid addiction, and ever-growing teledentistry. From hands-on workshops to networking events, this is truly a one-of-a-kind event for dental hygienists.
I was honored to speak to a packed room on how we can “biohack” our lives and careers to “10x” our productivity. The interactive session offered tips on how to maximize time and gain more energy so we can be the best version of ourselves – both in our personal and professional lives to better support our patients. A big “thank you” to everyone who attended the session – I loved meeting you all, and look forward to a more productive and fulfilling future together!
RDH UOR was action-packed and filled with passionate movers and shakers within the industry. Here were some of our biggest takeaways:
To all the friends and partners we saw at our booth, thanks for stopping by. We’ll see you at RDH Under One Roof in Denver in 2020!
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