The Top 5 Dental YouTube Channels & Why We Love Them
Published
 - January 11th, 2023

Dental YouTube videos are a wonderful way to learn from other industry specialists and experts. 

And while you may not get credits for watching, dental YouTube videos can still provide you with informative resources to up your game and another avenue to advertise on — in fact, more than one million businesses are already doing so. 

Let’s take a quick look at all the benefits of the platform.

  1. Dental YouTube videos can reach (and teach!) dentists anywhere in the world how to improve their skills and practice management.
  2. YouTube is the ultimate advertising platform to attract new patients. With over 2 billion monthly logged-in users, YouTube’s ability to reach people between the ages of 18 and 49 years old on mobile devices surpasses the reach of U.S. cable networks. 
  3. Creating your own niche YouTube channel helps to build credibility and differentiate yourself from the average dentist.        

Now, let’s begin with our top 5 dental YouTube channels and why we love them. 

Improve Your Skills With Dental Videos on YouTube 

1. American Dental Association   

With over 56,000 subscribers, the American Dental Association (ADA) is a great channel to begin your YouTube learning journey. You can learn more about clinical insights, patient resources, and member benefits. In addition to that, you can watch how-to videos, find out how various issues are affecting the industry, and keep up with national health and safety guidelines. 

2. Dentaltown

Dentaltown has more than 18,000 subscribers and offers a robust inventory of videos to dental professionals. Frankly, this channel should have more subscribers. Here, you can find out about the latest treatment techniques and what’s hot in dental technology, among a slew of other pressing issues that affect dentists. 

3. Luke Kahng 

Luke Kahng is a certified dental technician with more than 30 years of experience who specializes in restorations. With 189,000 subscribers and growing, the goal of his channel is to help dentists who struggle with matching shade and color. His videos show how to contour unique bridges, which oral prosthetics to use, how to perform natural-looking restorations, and other restorative ways to improve patient smiles. 

4. All Things Dentistry

With close to 134,000 subscribers, All Things Dentistry is run by a dentist who introduces himself as Ash in his featured welcome video. Ash’s dental YouTube channel is dedicated to sharing clinical tips and tricks. Videos range from clinical, how-to teachings to techniques for performing root canals to which materials to use, and much more.

5. Joel Meyerson

Joel Meyerson is a young, practicing dentist with over 20,000 subscribers. His channel is named after him and is better suited for dental students learning to become dentists. His videos focus on sharing his insights about the profession. He talks about everything from the pros and cons of buying a dental practice, the joys and challenges of practicing dentistry, impostor syndrome, and more.    

Love this blog? Looking for more informative articles? Visit us at dentalwhale.com or leave a comment below. We would love to hear what’s on your mind. 

logo

Ready to stop overpaying for your supplies, labs, and equipment?

Whether you need to restock your latex gloves, order a new Intra-oral Scanner, or anything in between, save up to 47% every single time by taking advantage of Dental Whale's buying power.