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Dental deposits are the natural formation of soft and hard processes in the oral cavity. Such deposits appear on the surface of the tooth.
Soft. Appear not only on the teeth. They can be on fillings, prostheses. Such dental deposits can be deposited even on tartar. For the most part, plaque is formed due to improper or insufficient oral hygiene. These formations often appear after eating. If they are not well cleaned, they can be transformed into solid ones within a week.
Solid. This is essentially tartar. That is, mineralized deposits that appear as a result of untimely removal of soft deposits. Since this type of sediment is growing rapidly, then, accordingly, the gum is pushed out and bleeds. Continue reading
The chain of symptoms can be easily traced: the specialist mastered a number of modern treatment methods; passed training courses with famous masters; he has a good record of primary patients; there are no complaints about the quality of treatment, or they are rare, or remain undetected; against the background of colleagues, the doctor’s clinical results are no worse, and perhaps better, than those of colleagues; earnings are good; perhaps one of the mentors once praised for skillful hands.
For a person with reduced self-criticism, such a set of self-image is enough to feel the crown in my head and reason like this: “I am a pro”, “I know my job perfectly”, “I will always find a job for myself”. Continue reading
Professional sociability is a set of skills of a doctor that allows him to exchange information with a patient in order to identify factors that determine the best treatment results, and at the same time provide a psychotherapeutic effect.
The communicative qualities of a doctor should be manifested in a measured manner: it is not required that he shine with eloquence and speak ingratiatively without ceasing. At the same time, the doctor should not be so involved in treatment that it interferes with communication with the patient.
“If a person puts his whole soul into his work, then he has nothing left to communicate with people.” Unknown author Continue reading