When my Dad retired I asked him a simple question
“Dad what did you do in your career that you could share with other doctors?”
I had this idea that he could find other medical retirees and write a book
‘Tips and tricks they didn’t teach you in medical school’ — The book didn’t get written
Now I’ve retired from clinical dentistry — I ask myself the same question
‘What tips and tricks could I share with you?’
Things — You didn’t learn in Dental School
Maybe you know everything I know — Maybe
However the experiences of clinical dentistry come with time
On the shoulder’s of those who have gone before
There are of course techniques I could share and I can
BUT – beyond that
– There are ways of looking at a patient you may not have considered
– There are ways of looking at yourself in dentistry that you may not know
– There are ways of sharing your patients for their best interest
– And there is a little known technique that shows your patients you really care
Did I wish I knew this stuff day One — Naturally
Would it have flattened the learning curve somewhat — Totally
Would it have encouraged me when I was feeling down and defeated —Absolutely
So in retirement — Do I put my feet up and forget it all
Push to find an audience who just might appreciate the musings of an older colleague
So I have a question for you — So you want to go private, what makes you different?
What do you have to offer beyond being more thorough and having more time?
What is your wow factor?
What makes your patients raving evangelists for you?
How do you prevent stress and burnout?
And what am I explaining in the photo? Drop your thoughts when you fill in your details. Be kind!
That’s just some of the the stuff we will cover.
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