Article: Volume 45 Number 11 Page 1001 - December 2018

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  Dent Update 2018; 45: 1001-1002

Editorial:  Perhaps the old-fashioned dental practice wasn't so bad?

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Abstract: The dental practice of 25 years ago was a 2 to 2.5 dentist practice, because one receptionist could cope with that number: it often had three surgeries, two dentists, one hygienist, with each surgery having a dental nurse: the practice owner was, more than likely, one of the dentists, an associate (perhaps with ambition to become a partner) being the other.

Author notes: FJ Trevor Burke


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