A chat with the Canadian Dental Association

A chat with the Canadian Dental Association

Last week I was interviewed by Dr. Chiraz Guessaier, the Chief Manager of Oasis Discussions, the major Canadian dental association.

It was a great talk and I got to go on and on about what I love most: my work!

Being a dentist fulfils me every day, knowing I’m actually changing people’s lives. Most people don’t think about this, but when you’re afraid to smile, you actually feel unhappy. I see this every day. A smile can give you your dignity back, your will to be alive and to fully enjoy it.

I also had the chance to talk about the principles I believe in, Life-changing Dentistry and No Half Smiles. Building a good and trusting team, being on top of things and planning treatments that implicate the whole mouth are things that are always on my mind. Nothing can be done without a good code of ethics, specially something that can affect people’s lives so much. And this is why I challenge every dentist to be the best that they can be, because they get to choose if they’re going to make a person happy or sad.

I really liked the questions that Dr. Chiraz asked me, and it’s always great to talk shop with a colleague!

You can read the article here and I’ll leave you the video so you can watch it. Tell me what you think!

 

 

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