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For dentists in 2020, here's a great idea on how to create a solid, healthy plan for their future and the future of their patients.
Excellent patient care often requires doctors to do things not paid for by insurance. Here's how to approach this situation if you're a dentist.
Why did you become a dentist, anyway?
To make more money?
To own and run your own business? To help people?
Here is the route to finding purpose in your profession.
Going for it.
Moving forward keeps you happy. And, conversely, stagnation is dying.
Live life to its fullest. Search for what you want to learn, become.
Look around you and notice friends, colleagues, others who seem really happy, probably really active, busy. Ask them what they are learning. Ask them what drives them. Ask.
Choose something to read, to learn about, to work toward.
Ask your husband or wife to do it with you.
Maybe get Norman Vincent Peale’s book, “The Power of Positive Thinking”. Good place to start.
Read it aloud to each other. You’ll be amazed at the results.
And you’ll be growing, learning, changing!
Fear can be the biggest obstacle between the dentist and whether he or she has a happy and excellent practice. Here are concrete steps you can take to reach your goal.
The pressures of running a dental practice have never been greater. Insurance companies, government regulations and big corporations all contribute to these challenges. Here's a way to stave this takeover in your own dental practice.
If you're a dentist, you know all about THAT sort of patient (or in the case of a pediatric dentist the patient's parent). Here's how to deal with these kinds of patients and create a win-win scenario.
Want a happy career being a great dentist?
Being a dentist can be wonderful, but there is groundwork that must be done. There are three secrets to achieve satisfaction and success in dentistry -- but they're not taught in dental schools.
Where orthodontics is headed... is in the direction of using sagittal correctors. Here are some details and how you can learn more.
Dr Chris Baker
Dr. Chris Baker is Past President of the American Orthodontic Society, a pediatric dentist and teacher of orthodontics, An author, dental practice consultant, mentor, and a current or former faculty member of three U.S. dental schools, Dr Chris is based in glorious Texas, USA. but lectures around the world.
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