Dental Practice Management – What Dentistry Teaches Us ?
3. Don’t Do Dentistry with Preconceived Mind
People out there will pump your head with all negativeness about dentistry.
No scope, no patients etc.
Although, things may not be so beautiful and tempting honestly but at the same time not it’s not justified to do it with a preconceived negative mind.
This will ultimately affect your studies and your focus towards your career.
Give your best.
You don’t know what lies ahead of you.
So keep your mind free from preconceptions.
4. Learn to Prioritise Patients
We are because of patients.
Patients are not because of us.
Have adequate sympathy and empathy for the patient.
They should not be treated as subjects and cases for passing examinations and practical.
As a student even with limited knowledge and skills, honest attempt should be made to do the best for them.
So, respect your patients and in return they will respect you.
5. Justify your Profession
You joined dentistry.
You got ‘Dr’ before your name.
You’re respected amongst your friends and families. But have you felt the essence of being a doctor?
Have you brought smiles to the lives of patients you have come across?
Have we justified dentistry?
Well, I may be too young and inexperienced to answer it positively. But what do you feel
Have you justified dentistry ! ?
Remember a career in health science and dentistry is not am easy one.
No one is kidding with this scenario and day by day its getting harder and harder
will keep getting tougher and tougher.
Many times you will be asking yourself, whats better Ethics or Practicality.
To be frank there is no such particular answer to that question.
There has to be a balance between ethics and practicality.
But one thing you can be sure of is – if you follow all the points that we mentioned above, then you will not only succeed in dentistry as a career and but be successful in your society.