After what seems like an eternity of schooling and a mountain of college debt, a fresh-faced dentist has to then face the sudden reality of starting or buying a practice, learning to operate a business, and most likely building a family, buying a house, and figuring out where to settle down for a couple decades. It’s a monumental (and deeply expensive) challenge, and there are many times where it feels good to just give up. The Dip illustrates how most people give up or quit their endeavors right at the worst moment, after much of the work is already done. It’s a good read for any dentist.
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Contributor: Dr. Oksana Boyechko, DMD of Shingle Springs Dental