Dentists Say Dental School Educations Are Inadequate (VIDEO)

Four out of five dentists do not think dental school graduates are prepared for the real world of dentistry, according to a recent Wealthy Dentist survey.

Only one in five dentists finds recent graduates truly ready for the financial realities of practicing dentistry.

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  • Stan Sokolow, DDS

    Another interesting question is whether today’s dental school applicants are prepared for the financial realities of dental practice. For that matter, do any incoming college or professional students really understand what they’re getting into, or are they just seeing a profession through kaleidoscope eyes? How many ordinary college kids go to private colleges for $100,000 or more and come out with no skills to earn back that money? They’re not ready for the real world.

    Getting back to the preparation in dental school, when I graduated 38 years ago (yeow, where did the years go?), it was normal for the graduate to find a little niche in some state to set up a new office and succeed. It’s different now. I’m sure it’s usual for graduates to go work for someone before setting up shop or buying into a going practice, so there’s time for on-the-job or continuing education training to learn the financial skills and realities.


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