Featured in Dental Economics, December 2016
Dentistry is a field that has experienced evolutionary, not revolutionary, growth. During a 2014 cerecdoctors.com symposium, one speaker stated that 20% of the changes in dentistry occurred prior to 2005, and 80% of the changes have occurred since then. A great explanation for this is the increase in research and development and technology in dentistry. On the one hand, we have seen revolutionary changes in dentistry delivery and clinical resources, and on the other, we are starting to see rapid changes in its organizational structure and business operations… Read more.