“The only source of knowledge is experience.” ~ Albert Einstein
So, you only do the “easy” root canals? Dr. David Landwehr pens an exceptional article about why root canals in the anterior are not always what they may seem. The knowledge he shares will allow you to hone your skills in the endodontic discipline. Click here to read “The myth of ‘easy’ root canals in endodontics.”
Who would have thought that getting your hair cut could be a phenomenal way to advertise? Dr. Chris Shumway’s experiences with his start-up practice have impressed upon him the need to be innovative with regard to advertising—especially during challenging economic times. The result? Growing pains and financial gains! Click here to read “Dental growing pains, financial gains, and advertising by getting a haircut.”
We can read about how to do something and then have it shown to us, but until we actually experience what it is that we are learning about, we never really obtain concrete knowledge that eventually translates into a mastered skill. It is with much excitement that I invite you to read these articles written by your peers and colleagues, who, in the beginning, had limited or no knowledge about what they were doing, but their firsthand experiences changed that.
E=mc2 … Einstein was a wise man indeed.