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Dr. Singh recently visited DMG, a dental company which makes products we use almost every day. In this blog, she explores what makes those products amazing.
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How many times have you delivered a great treatment plan to a patient only to have the patient and/or a team member look at you like you’re:
Clearly not as good as the owner dentist
Out of your mind
Trying to scam them
In this episode, Dr. David Rice, founder of igniteDDS and Mr. Jonathan Miller, Executive Fortune Management Coach, show you how to deliver your treatment plan pizza by the slice or the whole pie. AKA, how to win the patient and the team, without pi#*ing off the owner doc.
Visual acuity and recent innovations help improve your performance. Great isolation just may be the most under-appreciated aspect of restorative dentistry today. Here are 3 reasons why you should think about Rubber Dams and Black Line Clamps.
You can’t turn on the television anymore without watching some news of suicides or shootings. It is clear that there is currently a severe mental health crisis in the U.S. This is not just speculation. According to a recent AAMC article, there is a higher demand for mental health treatment than there are trained professionals.
If I could a written to my handicap neighbor in medical school, this is what I would say to her.
In my young career as a provider (I am still a student after all), I have picked up a few strategies from my professors and my patients themselves on providing the best, most honest patient care in the student clinics. Working in the student clinics proves to be a wonderful learning environment, but can be difficult at times due to the intricacies of being…well…a student clinic. Here are the top strategies that I’ve learned so far to be at the top of your patient care game: