Just for a refresher, there could be any number of dental practitioners out there reading this note tonight. At the end of the day, they already know that their dental handpieces remain their tried and trusted tools of their respective trades. The reason why a majority of them would be visiting this online space is simply to seek out new innovations and technologies that could prove beneficial to their practices.
They also need this space in order to revisit those sources that serve as their backup teams. These are the technicians who will be servicing their required instruments at any given time. Most well-run practitioners are probably doing this now. They schedule their events well ahead of time. Like all tools of trade in any industry, theirs also need to receive its schedule maintenance inspections. And should any minor damage or wear and tear be detected during these critical maintenance procedures, the proverbial damage that never needed to occur can be repaired there and then.
You could therefore find yourself agreeing that well-practiced dentists and orthodontists hardly need any reassurances these days, not since most of them should be highly qualified practitioners in any event. No, the reassurances still need to be given to those readers out there who still hold the unwarranted phobia for the dentist. They imagine that should they ever have to visit the dentist, they are going to be experiencing a tremendous amount of pain and discomfort.
Perhaps they do need to be reminded at this time that those days are long since gone. And apart from actually visiting the dentist, perhaps they should also be speaking to those who do visit their practitioners for their regular dental exams. They will learn how soon enough.