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Scott Wright is a fourth year dental student currently studying at the University of Glasgow. His reason behind writing this article was to inform other students and young dentists about the impact social media can have on them both personally and professionally. Additionally Scott hopes to give professionals some advice regarding online activity.
Milan Chande graduated from the University of Manchester in 2014. “As a passionate user of technology, I feel there are many ways in which Young Dentists can help improve the level of service offered to patients at dental practices.”
Owning your own practice is seen by many as a natural career progression and it can be rewarding both financially and professionally. Whilst you must seek professional advice, here are some of the key points you should consider in what will be one of the biggest decisions you will make:
Thomas Coates is a Partner and Head of The Dental Team at LCF Law. In this article he explains the steps you should take if you are considering buying a dental practice.
Theesan Vedan studied at the University of The Western Cape in January 2013 and has since taken up a position as a military dentist for the South African Defence.
Theesan Vedan studied at the University of The Western Cape in January 2013. He has since taken up a position as a Military Dentist for the South African Defence. Theesan is dedicated in pursuing a career in dental education and has a keen interest in writing, especially if it is dental related.
Theesan Vedan studied at the University of The Western Cape in January 2013. He has since taken up a position as a Military Dentist for the South African Defence.
It has long been recognised that there are particular risks associated with treating patients who we know little or nothing about.
Feedback may be either positive or negative but, either way, we can learn important lessons about our dentistry that are equally important.
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