Sometimes the pace of a dental appointment feels like you are moving at the speed of light. After a health history review, X-rays and cleaning, a dentist’s individual time with a patient can be limited. We must be ready to use the valuable moments we have for patient empowerment and education.
As dental professionals, we are at an increased risk for developing carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) due to our repetitive motions and the demands on our hands. CTS is a serious diagnosis for dental professionals, given how precise their hands must be to treat their patients. Read about how to prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).
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The Fit 4 Prevention Mindset: 1) Maintaining Teeth for Life – A shared goal for patients and dental professionals. “We are treating patients, not teeth!” Patients love positive motivation, as much as they hate the drill! Keep the following principles top of mind, to get permanently Fit 4 Prevention.
Getting this right is important for success with patients Inspirational Leadership © point 3: Know what you want […]
What can you do in 2 minutes that makes you healthier every day? Certainly exercise by jogging, cycling, […]