How To Be A Top Dentist?
There are as many reasons to be a dentist as there are dentists. It is a career that provides both rewards and challenges while providing an opportunity to help people and make communities healthier places.
- For the fourth consecutive year, the U.S. News & World Report listed professions in Dentistry among its top jobs. In the “100 Best Jobs” list of 2018, Dentist is #2, Orthodontist is #5, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon ties for #8, Prosthodontist is #16, Dental Hygienist is #17 and Dental Assistant is #98.
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts employment growth of 17.5 percent, equating to 23,200 new Dentist jobs through the year 2026.
With population growth, changes in health care law and the upcoming retirement of a large group of Dentists educated during the 1960s and 1970s, the need for new Dentists is rapidly increasing. Practicing Dentist-to-population ratios vary widely, but range from roughly 42 to 108 Dentists per 100,000 people, according to the American Dental Association.
How to be a top dentist?
Whether you are a dental student, a dental educator or a practicing Dentist, if you want to be outstanding in the dental field, you must have a deep understanding of the oral anatomy.
Dental Practice is basically a skill. The more you practice your skill, the more proficient you will be. Important areas of knowledge include:
BUT it is your knowledge that directs your skill, informs your decisions about the preferred treatment plan guides your patients to better oral health.
1. Knowledge of the oral anatomy and physiology.
2. Your choice of procedure to treat a problem and reasons of choice should be clear and decided.
3.Knowledge of the materials you are working with.
4.Knowledge of underlying causes of disease and the effects on the body.
5.Knowledge of instruments and tools required and the latest innovations, if any.
7. Finally, communication skills, confidence, empathy and managerial skills after many years of practice make the top Dentist.
1.Incredible Value when comparing Price, Product Quality, and Product Features.
2. Allow students to achieve experience and confidence through better simulation before entering an actual clinical environment.
3.Improved skill with materials and equipment.
4.Improved procedural knowledge.
5.Inhanced professional theory training.
6.Increased Student enthusiasm and confidence.