Incorporating pet therapy in the office may help your practice grow and become the talk of the town as a fun and relaxing office for dental work. Offering a benefit like this may be an easy way to encourage patients to say yes to treatment while dispelling their anxiety.
Erica Prados-Delgado Aguilera is a fourth year dental student at the University of Barcelona in Spain. In this article she discusses the choices, questions, challenges and concerns, which dental students face as they near the end of their undergraduate studies.
Providing an examination and cleaning for pediatric patients can be extremely challenging. Numerous obstacles, including a patient’s or parent’s fear, can be inhibiting for a clinician. This article will share tactics and researched strategy to create a successful first dental visit.
When you find yourself consumed by the stress of an uneasy patient or overbooked schedule, it’s easy to think you can’t juggle the work with the personal. One thing is for sure: You can’t create more time. But you can better manage what you do when you’re in the office so that you can maintain your energy during long procedures. These five daily organization tips can assist you in creating and solidifying the right healthy habits.
Like many dental hygienists, I spent my clinical career working part-time at two different dental offices. When it’s […]
Philipp Scaglia studies in the Faculty of Odontology at Malmö University, Sweden, already internationally known for its system […]
Did a Colgate smile help a French dental student win Miss Universe? Earlier this year, French dental student […]