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Hi, my name is Dr. Guymon, I have practiced orthodontics in Logan, Utah for about 15 years. Many times we're asked as orthodontists how we like our jobs and what we do all day. I thought to answer those questions I would invite you to spend a day with me in my office and you can see just what it is that orthodontists do.
A dentist usually sees over twenty patients per day while managing a business and providing clinical care to patients.
A dentist is an accredited medical professional who specializes in the care of teeth, gums, and mouths. As with most medical professions, a keen eye for detail, comprehensive medical understanding, manual dexterity, and strong interpersonal skills are important.
I am not a leader in dentistry nor even one of the world’s greatest dentists. But after nearly 25 years in dentistry, I have learned a few things. Here are six “rules” that I would like to share with you.
This blog has attracted potentials who want to know the truth about a career in dentistry. It’s the only place they can go to learn the other side of the story.
Dentists assess and treat patients who come for basic check-ups or issues related to their teeth and gums. Along with providing preventative care and treatment, dentists help educate patients on how to manage their oral health. Dentists hold doctoral or professional degrees, and often operate their own practices.
Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. The information below will help you explore one exciting career possibility — dentistry.
In this interview Jess describes how the flexibility of self-employment in the dental industry can allow you to retain a sensible work-life balance whilst also doing a job with great reward, financial and otherwise.