How to Stop Doing Dentistry in the Dark

It goes without saying that visibility is extremely important in dentistry, and we dentists have so many tools to help us see clearly what’s going on in and around teeth while we work. So how could it be possible that dentists are still working in the dark today?

As it turns out, working with little or no information about a patient’s past medical and dental history is akin to working blindfolded.

In this episode of The Patient First Podcast, I explain why our ‘vision’ as dentists may be impaired and what we can do to fix the situation.

I’m Dr. Bryan Laskin, an author, entrepreneur and dentist who believes that access to information is the key to raising the standard of care.

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