Just what is a Mini Mold? It can make the dentist's life easier. Here's how.
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Today I talk about local anesthesia, cheek biting and easier extractions for the dentist's pediatric patients. It's very interesting for those who treat child patients.
Getting a 'perfect storm' of marketing to create success in your dental practice requires one thing.
You, the dentist, can transform a child's life forever.
The main key is identifying the airway issues.
How dentists can make local anesthesia, extractions, restorative and sequencing so much easier for you, your child dental patients, and their parents.
Treating Class II and Class III malocclusions can be challenging, unless you know this "secret".
The way the dentist's child patients behaved and were treated 30 years ago is vastly different than what the doctor sees today. Here's what a dentist can do to save his or her own sanity and keep the patient (and the patient's parents) happy.
A dental practice might be prosperous or not. Either way, there is hidden potential in every one. Here is how to find and develop that potential, which is a lot greater than most would imagine.
It is important for the dentist to understand that beauty is a high priority -- often the highest priority -- for the patient.
Dentists, who are your competitors?
How many do you have right around you?
Here are some thoughts on competition in the dental field that might not have occurred to you.
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 practices and blogs in beautiful Abu Dhabi, UAE, and glorious Texas, USA.
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