The hand proves you are a Licensed Dental Professional!
So you are prepared for Dental School, right?
Financial performance in a dental practice is fundamentally tied to productivity of the dental practitioners. Practice revenue is largely driven by dental procedures, both the type of and volume, in conjunction with the fees collected. Those in practice fundamentally realize this relationship as most practice performance metrics are built around production/net production/ and collections.
Failure to meet these goals will oftentimes carry significant financial consequences for a practitioner. Pay decreases, missed bonuses, and even business failure can result.
Dental education, as well as the dental profession, are equally subject to the vagaries of the inevitability of change. We should welcome this change as an opportunity to improve all that we do and adjust our course accordingly.
You are not just joining a dental practice; you are also joining a business. A business that runs on UCRs for procedures and daily production targets. You will interpret radiographs and diagnostic tests. You will provide treatment plans that will improve and restore patient’s oral health. You will change people’s lives. You may also be a part of the 90% of licensed dentists who have a fear of being sued by their patients.
You’re in high school and you have figured out what you want to do with your life. Like me, you might be around 14, and you have just announced to your mom or dad or anyone who will listen – “I am going to be a dentist!” Not, “I want,” you stated, “I am.” What is the difference, you wonder? The difference is HUMUNGOUS! I want implies you are “thinking about it,” but there is still hesitation in that statement. I am is definitive. It is on point, and it’s on purpose. Congratulations! You now have the end in mind! Now, all you need to do is figure out how to get there!
SUBJECTIVE— Dependent on or taking place in a person’s mind rather than the external world, based on a given person’s experience, understanding, and feelings; personal or individual (https://www.thefreedictionary.com/subjective)
OBJECTIVE— Existing independent of or external to the mind; actual or real, based on observable phenomena; empirical, uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices (https://www.thefreedictionary.com/objective)
We do not use human subjects for dental education. We operate with strict COVID-19 safety protocols and teach the individual.
Given 80% of dental practitioners have head, neck and back problems, our learning systems evaluate your posture as you perform.
We are teaching dental psychomotor skills, not chalk carving, the violin, or pottery 101. Our courses teach with dental fidelity.
We teach our courses in multiple modes, but our virtual-haptic simulation mode has been compared to working with a live patient.
Our courses are prepared to be the same for all customers and are assessed using machine learning to ensure all scores are objective.
Dental education is expensive. Trust us we have done the research. We do our best to provide our courses at the lowest price to you.