You’ve been blessed with a talent that gives you the ability to provide patient care in a unique way. Dental hygienists and dentists are in some ways like professional athletes. We have amazing skills that give us the ability to prevent disease in the human body through our use of instruments, technology, adjunctive therapies, patient education, and health advocacy. Professional athletes aren’t just born knowing how to make a touch down or make a 3-point shot. They develop these skills over time and to be at the top of his or her game, they need to train in between seasons. Dental hygienists and dentists also need to train, whether you are a new graduate or have been in the field for over 10 years.

Yes, dental articles/journals and continuing education are wonderful and plenty, but how much of what you read or learn are you able to put into action? A lot of it? Some of it? None of it? You read dental articles/journals take continuing education because you need to be refreshed or you’re ready for a change to sharpen you game. How will your new found skill or concept change the way you do dental hygiene differently and how will it impact the lives of your patients? You finish the article, exit the Zoom call, or leave the course thinking, “How do I put all that I’ve learned into practice so I can be the best at my game?” That’s where I step in.


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