Season Two,

Episode 155: Doctor Distruptor (Part One)

January 23, 2018

Gabe and Jeff had to kick things off on our latest podcast with Dr. Susan Maples, who returns to our podcast after 18 months!  Justin eventually joins in on the fun in Part Two of this great podcast.  Dr. Maples discusses a wide variety of topics including dentistry’s impact on the health care of individuals, sex therapy, weight management and healthy dieting.  Stay tuned for Part Two, this Friday!

Dr. Susan is an international speaker in the area of total health, the oral health and systemic health connection, and the diabetes epidemic in America. She also speaks in the areas of leadership, team-building, advanced case planning and acceptance, relationship-based target marketing, and growing healthy kids in your dental practice.

When Susan is not practicing dentistry she serves as a leader in helping her profession take their place in the U.S. health crisis. To help educate the public on the mouth-body health connection, Dr. Susan authored the book BlabberMouth! 77 Secrets Only Your Mouth Can Tell You To Live a Healthier, Happier, Sexier Life. In addition, she is the co-researcher in an award-winning study on detecting diabetes in your dentist’s office.

With all of her work in advanced dental restoration, Dr. Susan has never outgrown her love for working with children. She is the author and originator of the Hands-On Learning Lab™ Kit for children and is recognized nationally for making a significant difference in children’s oral and physical health.

Susan feels it is also important to give back to our community. Dr. Susan and her team donate their time and care for people who are vulnerable, disabled, medically compromised or financially distraught. She is eager to speak before services organizations or promote children’s health with hands-on learning in our schools.

In addition, she writes a monthly dental column in Healthy and Fit Magazine and is published in several nationally recognized dental journals including Dental Economics and the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association.

In her free time Susan she enjoys running, weight training, skiing (on snow and water), snowboarding, cooking and art. She also loves hanging with her 22-year-old son Hunter.

In 1999, Dr. Susan was recognized as a leader in professional ethics and was tapped into the honorary society of the American College of Dentists. She also participates in the ethics and practice management curriculums at the University Of Michigan School Of Dentistry.

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