Slow down everyone—dentistry does not need to be done at speed—Part 1


Dentistry in many parts of the world is being taken over by financially driven practices, and there seems to be a growing number of clinics that are focused only on the bottom line and, as such, see the largest number of patients possible a day, putting themselves and their patients at risk. How? By not taking the appropriate amount of time to process patients’ information, properly discuss treatment options with them and prepare the
operatory for therapy and in many cases by not placing a dental dam when needed.

Steffan Duran