The Difference Between “Easy” and “Simple” and What It Means for Dentistry

Things that are simple in theory can often be surprisingly difficult in practice.

When we hear the terms “simple” and “easy,” it’s easy to think that they mean the same thing. But while those words are often used together, there’s a massive difference in their meaning, and that difference matters, especially in dentistry.

In this episode of The Patient First Podcast, I explain why we can’t use the words “simple” and “easy” interchangeably and how their unique definitions apply to everyday processes in the dental practice.

I also explain why patients may need help with deceptively simple oral hygiene instructions and how simpler practice software can make dentists’ jobs much easier.

I’m Dr. Bryan Laskin: author, entrepreneur and a dentist obsessed with making dentistry truly simpler and easier for everyone involved.

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