Success comes to those who tolerate what 99 percent of people avoid, and who avoid what 99 percent of people tolerate. In dentistry -- in fact, in ANY profession, you can become a legend. You've got the talents. You have a gift to rise above the 99 percent. Here's how to use that gift to become legendary, indeed.
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Research shows that beautiful people find better jobs -- and find them more easily. Beautiful people are smarter, considered more trustworthy and earn more money. By practicing orthodontics, you can help make this happen in the life of your child patient.
The effects of orthodontics on facial beauty cannot be underestimated. This is especially true with early treatment orthodontics, and there's lots of research backs it up.
Are you a dentist? Do you know what it takes to be a really GREAT dentist?
Is it having excellent skills? Better equipment? A super income?
The answer -- and the secret to professional satisfaction -- might surprise you.
Learning is a transformative experience. You are changed and become better. The best courses you can take will transform you, and are not just "boxes to be checked off" while you sit in class, playing on your cell phone. Be transformed!
Oraqix is a periodontal anesthesia and there are some REALLY amazing things a dentist can do with it in treating pediatric and orthodontic patients. Just let me explain the 'magic'.
Dentists, you can feel the joy of making lives brighter!
The role of the dentist in making a patient -- especially child patients -- more beautiful will make their entire lives much better, more productive and profitable. Scientific studies have proven this true, repeatedly.
What are you grateful for on this Thanksgiving day? People usually associate "making a list" with Christmas and gift-giving. For Thanksgiving, making a list of things for which you are grateful might be a great idea.
What is the art of dentistry all about?
How does the dentist fulfill her or his dream of helping others?
For the dentist, it is time to review just how much you are fulfilling your dream. What steps need to be taken to make that happen? Are there any adjustments needing to be made to your daily routine?
Certain things can weigh down the life -- and career -- of a dentist. Here is how to identify what some of those things are and get yourself in a direction to do something about it.
Dentists, how many academic studies tell us that oral health problems should be addressed through patient education - assuming the patient will do exactly as you instruct? When you tell your patient to brush and floss, how many do that? Don't they understand the importance of their own oral health? Here are some things to consider.
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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