4 of 5 Dentists Suffer from Burnout (video)

Dentistry is a challenging career that often leaves its practitioners exhausted.

In this survey, four out of five dentists reported that they have felt burnt out professionally. Dentists offered colleagues tips on how to avoid becoming overwhelmed with stress.

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Read more: Dentistry Can Be an Exhausting Career

About Julie Frey

+Julie Frey is the Editor of TheWealthyDentist.com blog. She has dedicated her career to Internet marketing and communications, working side-by-side with dental marketing guru Jim Du Molin since 2006. She has a degree in Linguistics from Stanford University, has a passion for language and writing, and lives in San Francisco.

  • Howard W. Silbersher D.D.S.

    I have been praticing family dentitry since 1963. A long time. Yes, there have been times I have felt tired, discouraged, burned out! Show me anyone who works hard and enjoys ther profession and has never experienced this emotion. However, I still enjoy and feel fulfilled treating patients, and I also teach one day a week at NYU dental school in New York city. I guess I am a “natural born dentist”. To all those who feel “burned out”, I say hang in there. Thank you.

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