Kansas City, MO -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/20/2014 -- The Dental Library is an assembly of local, prominent dental professionals who have agreed to research and write about dental issues and developments for their local area.
Dr. Busch attended St. John’s University in New York where he received a BS in Biology and Chemistry. He graduated as a Doctor of Dental Medicine, or DMD, from Fairleigh Dickinson University College of Dental Medicine in New Jersey in 1989. Since then, Dr. Busch has also earned the title of Master of the Academy of General Dentistry.
To attain Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), members must first earn a Fellowship in the AGD. Then dentists must earn an additional 600 approved continuing education credits, meeting minimum requirements in certain dental disciplines, of which 400 hours are hands-on courses. Thus, a Master of the AGD has taken a total of 1,000 hours of continuing education. A Master has studied 16 disciplines in dentistry, such as periodontics, orthodontics and dental implants.
Dr. Busch lectures nationally on the subject of High Tech Dentistry and The Paperless Dental Office. He also regularly lectures about good dental health to local companies such as Hallmark Cards, Russell Stover, Bernstein-Rein, Burns & McDonnell and Cerner. He has a regular column in the Computerized Dentist Magazine and has been featured in many other dentistry journals and text books. Dr. Busch is regarded as an opinion-leader by his peers and professionals in the dental industry.
About The Dental Library
The Dental Library of North Kansas City is meant to offer important news and information about changes and opportunities in dentistry specific to this geographic area.
The Dental Library finds related information on technologies, trends and techniques in today’s dental world. At NorthKansasCityDentalLibrary.com, you’ll discover up-to-date news about dentistry and the potential impact on any family’s future dental care.