In this fast-paced world we are living in, with everybody trying to do the best they can to make everybody happy, trying to consolidate clinical success with financial success is tough. The easiest solution many times appears to be seeing as many patients a day as possible, in order to make money, but that most likely means that quality care is left behind and many corners in terms of patient safety are cut.

Find out what the four cornerstones of Slow Dentistry are, and why this nonprofit Swiss organisation is taking the dental world by storm. Discover how some of the world’s most successful dentists are building successful careers around seeing fewer patients a day, ensuring safe, ethically driven treatment planning, proper execution, and kindness. Having time to rest and focus on mental health is also something that can be planned into your daily practice. Patients instantly recognise this as being a sign of quality and are happy to pay more for better service.

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