Being an updated dentist

Many professional dentists well-established in their careers can find themselves struggling with an important question: how to stay updated with new dental materials and methods? Dentistry is an ever-evolving field and technological advances are always around the corner. With new research always coming up, dentistry has changed a lot in past years, and it’s imperative that dentists keep up with these changes, in order to offer the best and the safest treatments for their patients. Hence, it is normal to seek educational resources.
The internet is full of resources when it comes to education and it can get overwhelming when deciding what is right for you, but we are here to break things down:


Tip #1: webinars – for busy doctors

Some dentists cannot leave their dental practice for too long. Sometimes, they simply have too many patients that need them. Fortunately, this situation does not have to stop dentists from furthering their careers. There are webinars on various topics, from implantology to surgeries and much more.


Tip #2: follow KOLs

Dental Key Opinion Leaders are well-informed about the latest advances. They post about new technologies on social media and often hold workshops or classes where they share their valuable insights. Follow them to stay informed and see what they are working on. AB Dental already has a wide network of KOLs from all over the world and you can check it out.


Tip #3: join a lecture and hands-on workshop in your area or abroad

The theory is important and offers a solid base to build upon, but the practice is what takes it to the next level. Many AB Dental courses combine both and are available in multiple areas, so you can either stay local or combine an amazing learning opportunity with a fun travel experience. Check out our latest events in Verona, Nicaragua, Bucharest, and Chile, and follow our Facebook page for future ones.


Tip #4: network with other professionals

Join dental events and exhibitions where you can meet professionals with similar goals. After all, networking is important in any career. Keep in touch with these professionals to find out how they grow their careers and what classes they attend. We frequently participate in dental events where you can meet us.


Tip #5: read professional materials

Individual study is as important as attending a lecture. We recommend reading research papers and case studies to stay up-to-date and get essential information from valid and verified sources.


At the heart of our products and events, there is a collective desire to learn and improve. Check out our website for more details, or follow us on our social media platforms to stay in touch: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.



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