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DR. CHITHRA DURGAM
Nationally Renowned Speaker
Dr. Durgam graduated from Northwestern University School of Dentistry in Chicago, IL. She is featured in Gary Vaynerchuk’s book, Crushing It: How Great Entrepreneurs and Influencers Use Social Media- And How You Can, Too. She has been featured in 201 Magazine and Good Day New York, Fox 5 News NY. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Durgam served as a faculty member at New York University College of Dentistry. She has published several articles in dental journals. Dr. Durgam brings with her 17 years of private practice experience.
Dr. Durgam is a member of:
- New Jersey State Dental Association
- American Board of Family Dentistry
- Hudson County Dental Society
- American Association of Women Dentists
- American Dental Association
- Academy of Sports Dentistry
Audience & Industry:
- Colleges and Universities
- High Schools
- Global Audiences
- Voice Technology
- Business Growth Trends
- Emerging Markets
- Innovation and Technology
- Voice Skills to Promote Your Brand
- 7 Steps to Creating a Voice Skill
- The Prescription is Voice (Healthcare)
- Celebrities Using Voice to Sell Merchandise and Digital Products
DeW Life Interview
Dr. Chithra Durgam was being interviewed by Anne Duffy, founder of DeW Liife, about Dr. Chithra Durgram’s career in dentistry and the importance of building strong relationships.
Dr. Durgam even talks about how COVID has changed the dental office and the impact on patients, and patient care.
Posted July 14, 2020
The full talk coverage of Dr. Durgam speaking at Project Voice during a recent visit to Chattanooga Tennessee.
Posted Jan 19, 2020
Voice Skills for Small Business and Healthcare
As a foremost thought leader in personal branding, Dr. Durgam discusses how she incorporates voice technology to further her dental practice and her personal brand. She highly recommends businesses having separate personal brand voice skill and a business voice skill.
Posted August 16, 2020
To floss or not to floss?
Dr. Chithra Durgam and Dr. Mark Wolff, NYU College of Dentistry, discuss the findings of a new report that suggests flossing is not necessary for good oral health.
Posted August 9, 2016