Here's how to upgrade YOUR dental practice.
Today, I talk about passion in providing orthodontic care, how it transforms a doctor’s life as it transforms children' lives, and why finishing and detailing in ortho is an ubiquitous challenge. This is the video addition to my article in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Orthodontic Society.
If you are a doctor who loves treating children, you may find incredible joy and transformation of YOU, as well as of patients, in treating without sedation or O.R. THEN, the child AND parent can become greater, more capable, more appreciative and healthier.
While you can't be perfect, you CAN be excellent!
Here are some pointers on how to do that.
Why is Straight Wire Orthodontics NOT enough?
Why do our pre-programmed brackets not give us desired finished results?
To understand the heart-brain connection is priceless when you work with your young patients and their parents.
Not all orthodontics courses are the same. Some are super-charged, with lots of power and insight about a subject that deceptively appears to be slow and simple. Dr Chris Baker explains.
The sedation of America's children has been both at-home and, all too often, in the dental office. This is problematic. There is a better way.
For doctors who practice orthodontics and dentistry: Here is how you can find a renewed and greater sense of significance in your dental practice. Your daily life can be one of accomplishment.
I heard from one of my seminar doctors on a case we'd first reviewed four months ago... and this happens.
Dr Chris Baker
America's most-trusted teacher of orthodontic continuing education, Dr. Chris Baker has practiced and taught for more than 30 years, and is a current or former faculty member of three U.S. dental schools. She is a pediatric dentist, author, blogger, dental practice consultant, and mentor. Dr. Chris is also Past President and Senior Instructor of the American Orthodontic Society. She is based in Texas, USA, but lectures around the world.
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