Dental roots run deep in the mouth; they also run deep historically, dating back thousands of years. This extended period has allowed innovation and technological advances to improve the dental profession radically.
Let’s take a closer look at the dental profession’s history, how it impacts our oral health, and what it means for the future of dental care.
In 2021, the average age of retirement among U.S. dentists was 68.2.
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This history of dentistry shows how far dentistry has come as a profession and how it has developed. Today, we live in a technologically advanced time spilling over into the dental work. These advances minimize surgical errors, improve success rates and decrease postoperative pain. The following 50 years will advance the dental community and improve oral health.
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