Recently on our Madow Brothers Facebook page, we asked the question:
Over 3000 people read the post, and we got some very interesting answers. Everything from excellent hours and cool uniforms to a true life’s calling were mentioned.
Here are a few interesting examples:
Lisa Tyers Because when I was young my aunt sat me down, told me to close my eyes, as I closed them she removed her full upper and lower dentures and said open your eyes. I screamed and was freaked out. From then on I wanted to help people keep their teeth. I think I was 5.
Sarah Finne My next door neighbor was a dentist and he convinced me that I didn’t really want to go into nursing. First I became a dental hygienist and then went on to dental school. The most important thing that I learned from him was to be a committed life-long learner. I have tried to follow his example and I can’t imagine doing anything else!
Michael J. Frankman Groupies
Rosetta M. Stokes i was curious because of my own malocclusion & felll in luv w/ the field
There are lots more on our Facebook page. If you haven’t “liked” us yet, please do so at www.facebook.com/madowgroup to see all kinds of stuff like this!
But the main point is, however you are feeling about dentistry today, at one point in time you were excited, enthusiastic and optimistic about the profession. Don’t ever forget that!
Most importantly, do whatever it takes to bring back that great feeling you once had about dentistry! If you don’t – you and your patients will suffer.
If you are not currently happy in dentistry, we can help!!
Whether it is our famous (and three times sold out) “Love Dentistry In A Box” program or actually having The Madow Brothers come to your practice, we can help you!!
Or maybe you want to use our extremely popular “New Patient Mail” to have your practice crawling with new patients!
Whatever it is, give us a call at 1-888-88-MADOW to find out how to get started.