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Copy of Rachel2012-smallIn this edition of Leaders in Dentistry, we caught up with Rachel Wall, founder of Inspired Hygiene.

This year, Rachel has been enjoying her busiest year to date! She attended conferences like Yankee Dental and the CDA to share the Inspired Hygiene concept. She was also asked to be a guest speaker at ACT Dental Coaching in Kansas City this year. Inspired Hygiene is a coaching group specializing in helping dental teams elevate their hygiene system, services and profits. They work with practices all over the US and enjoy taking their effectiveness with clinical perio care, restorative co-diagnosis and enrollment to the next level.

Recently, Rachel has seen a major shift in dentistry to the awareness of the oral systemic link. She believes this has created a sense of urgency in dental teams to refine their perio protocols, which is exciting! This fall, Rachel will be releasing her first book, ROH-Return on Hygiene. Be sure to “Like” Inspired Hygiene on Facebook or/and share your email address with them on their website to be notified when the book becomes available.

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