Would I Do It On Me? A Better Way to practice dentistry and balance the demands of a career with the needs of a family.
About the author Dr. Peter Dawson
For more than 50 years, dentists from around the world have been traveling to St. Petersburg, Florida to attend Dr. Pete Dawson’s seminars on “The Concept of Complete Dentistry”. In addition, Dr. Dawson has lectured throughout the United States at almost every major dental meeting, at many Universities, and study clubs, and in many foreign countries. He is known all over the world for contributions in the field of occlusion and restorative dentistry and for his concepts on diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular disorders.
This book uses an interdisciplinary approach to explain the origin of and possible solutions to many different occlusal problems. Dr. Peter E. Dawson guides the reader along the way providing balanced explanations of theory and technique.
The contribution of practicing faculty members with experience in teaching thousands of dentists, laboratory technicians and staff members, makes the text an easily understood venue for fulfilling the stated goal of the Dawson Academy for Advanced Dental Study:
We love to make good dentists even better.
The Shift: The Dramatic Movement Toward Health Centered Dentistry provides a step-by-step guide to implementing complete health through dentistry. Together, we must successfully win this battle, exchanging sickness for vitality, energy and health.
“A Better Way” is a page turner for anyone who loves a good story with a lot of twists and turns.
It is about the never dull, sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad and often unexpected experiences in the long life of an over-achiever. In a chronology of seemingly unrelated events and coincidences, a sequential thread is slowly formed that takes a kid from a pristine Florida vacation town in the 1930s through a lifetime of adventures that profoundly affected a profession and led to exceptional personal success. But there were unexpected lessons to learn along the way.