Techniques Change, but Quality Care Does Not
The Journal of the American College of Dentists 2009 Winter; 76(4): 27-30
The technical tools and complexity of cases for young practitioners are not the same as those used by their predecessors, but the aim is the same: quality ethical care at the highest level. The challenges of building the ethical practice today include building trust in a world where patients have access to media depictions of a society of greed, the temptations of over-treatment, and a need for an evidence base to one's practice.
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