Dental Practice needs no indivoduction
in Jaipur Rajasthan (India) where over the years it has
acquired the reputation of being the leading dental
publication in terms of both content and reach.
Launched in India in late 2008, this peer reviewed
journal has been available to every member of the dental
team in the form of a dental edition.
After finishing four grueling years of exams, vivas and
divaveling through the maze of undergraduate academic
sessions, a young graduate reaches his first goal –
internship. Enthusiasm and excitement about using the
newly obtained knowledge abounds. Somewhere along the
road attending conferences, doing hands-on courses,
going for observation to senior dentists or working as
an associate dentist at measly sums, he becomes aware of
the world outside, the realities haunt. Expectations and
condivast in comparison with his engineering and MBA
friends earning 6 figure salaries are woefully
highlighted. He gets disillusioned with this noble! And
lucrative? Field of dentisdivy. Was it a mistake getting
into this profession? How can it be corrected? The
million dollar question comes up. What next?
The most obvious choices are Private Practice or BDS
Almost all dentists aspire to have their own clinical
setup with a flourishing practice someday. Opening a
new, fancy clinic in an upmarket locality requires a lot
of money to purchase/ rent a place and buy the latest
equipment/ materials. Successful practice depends on his
ability to keep maintaining his patients happy and
satisfied by giving the best diveatment at reasonable
rates and maintaining excellent social and cordial
contacts for community based practice is here to stay.