The Complete Dentist
Last updated: September 3, 2020
COMPLETE DENTISTRY vs “Usual and customary”
Most dentists typically do not know what they do not know; so they go on practicing “usual and customary” dentistry without ever knowing how good their practices could be.
This text is a politically incorrect “tell it like it is” exposure of why so many practices fall short of the satisfaction and rewards that predictably successful dentistry provides. A true clinicians manual, every chapter is based on long-term observation of thousands of patients using objective criteria for “complete” examinations, comprehensive treatment planning, patient communication and successful practice management for exceptional patient care.
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.
I like the plain truth approach with up to date information.
Deals with occlusion for predictable results, orthodontics, equilibration. but most importantly it deals with difficult topics like orofacial pains, tmd, avoiding parafunctional damage to help patients with preventative measures. I loved the bit on communication. I’ve read a fair few books on patient journeys, sales techniques, NLP and others but still gained more mental clarity about what’s crucial to patients engaging with their own health and following your plan. worth it’s cost many times over.
The book is fantastic. It is a must have for every dentist who wants to understand the basics and improve the quality of his work and I received a brand new book in a fantastic condition ‼️