We asked three faculty members, "when do you fit in your treatment planning time into your schedule?" Here were their answers...
In this video, we asked Dawson Faculty, "What are the signs of Occlusal Disease?" Here were their answers:
We asked a few Dawson Faculty Members, "What are the hot dental materials going to be in 2017?" The following were their answers.
With Thanksgiving this week and the end of the year approaching, we naturally find ourselves reflecting on the year and the things in our lives that we are grateful for. We asked our faculty why they are thankful to be a dentist and here's what they said...
From over 35 years of teaching dentists, we have noticed a few characteristics and actions that differentiate great dentists from average dentists. What's more, we have noticed these characteristics and actions hold true regardless of where a dentist practices in the world or how long they've been practicing.
The following infographic outlines the Do's and Dont's of Great Dentists.
A generally negative attitude.
Inability to concentrate.
Feelings of stagnation and frustration.
Do any of these describe you at work? If so, you might be headed down the dark path of (unnecessary) burn-out in your dental career.
Dr. Peter Dawson often says, “dentistry is the most exciting hobby in the world.” That might sound like a load of bologna, though, if you’re experiencing poor work/life balance, case failures, low treatment acceptance, high patient volume, low profitability and the list goes on.
Implant Dentistry has been a huge topic, especially as of recent. You can't pick up a dental publication without seeing multiple articles surrounding the topic.
Statistics show that Implant Dentistry can actually be the highest production per hour procedure and have the greatest lifetime financial opportunity for your practice.
So why leave that opportunity to just Oral Surgeons? The general dentist can (and should) play a major role in any case involving dental implants too.
We know the first steps are always the hardest, but they don't have to be. We hear a lot of the same questions from our attendees when they return to their office with 'new eyes' after taking the Functional Occlusion - From TMJ to Smile Design course.