Dental Burn Out: Understanding & Dealing with Dental Office Stress

  • Thursday 1/27/2022
  • Time: 8:00 - 11:00 am
  • Course Code: 114TL
  • Cost: $99
  • Room Location: BCEC Room 210 C
  • Credits: 3 CE Hours
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David Galler, DMD has developed his own unique interproximal reduction (IPR) technique, which is currently utilized by 4,500 dentists nation-wide. He is currently the SVP of Orthodontic Services for Aspen Dental. David has been serving New York since 2003 and splits his time between his Manhattan and Chicago offices.

So, you went to dental school so that you won’t have stress and long work hours? How's that working out for you? Dental offices and dentistry are unique stressors to the mind and body.The instructor will breakdown every part of the office dysfunction in a comical way, you will be sure to laugh and cry. Every dentist has fears and insecurities that erode their quality of life and can lead to depression or early death. Dental staffs likewise share in this phenomenon, and often can feel overwhelmed or unappreciated. Your eyes will be opened to how all dentist offices and staffs face the same challenges and anxiety. This course will explore the inner workings of a dental office and its personnel. Take a patented 13 question quiz during the course to see if you suffer from mild moderate or severe anxiety. Bring the whole team and laugh, learn, and grow into a dental team that doesn't let the minutia of daily dental stress get them down. Burn out of dentists and team members is on the rise across the country. Don't become cynical and start despising work. Recognize the signs. Laugh hard during this course. Provide insight into why dental offices are high stress. Strategies for successful communication skills, stress reduction, and teamwork will be taught and reviewed. 

After this course attendees will be able to:
  • Recognize the signs of stress, anxiety, and depression for dentists and staff 
  • Understand why the dental office is a unique stressor unlike any other medical or professional office  
  • Realize that you are not alone, and many dentists and employees suffer in silence  
  • Utilize tried and true methodologies for relieving stress, anxiety, and depression  
Recommended Audience: Assistant, Dentist, Hygienist, Office, Technician