Continuing Your Learning After Dental School

Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about the importance of being a life learner long after the school books are closed.

From one dentist to another we both know how hard we had to work to earn our degree.  We invested a lot of time and money into achieving the status of “Dr.”, but I don’t want you to think that the last day of dental school (what a relief it was!) was your last day of learning.

Most of us in our nature are lifelong learners, a personal and the ‘business of business’ learner.

While I know you take many CE courses each year to improve your skills and maintain your dental license.  You may be a master or fellow of an advancing training dental organization like The Academy of General Dentistry, which is all great.  But I am talking about learning that is a little less conventional.  I’m talking about internal growth and learning.  That is what will really set you apart from the crowd.


Click on the video image below to watch.

So I want you to adopt a new motto and make the commitment to be a lifelong learner and investor in yourself and the people you have the honor of serving in your practice.  You are the most important resource in your dental practice.  Your patients or your staff wouldn’t be there if it wasn’t for you.

If you want the secret ingredient to success it’s personal growth.  You can learn every new technique there is to know but if you don’t also grow and evolve internally nothing will ever really change.

In this video, you’ll learn about:

  • The importance of being a lifelong learner
  • Your learning shouldn’t stop on the last day of dental school
  • The secret ingredient to success
Please take a few minutes and watch the video above– do it for you and for your practice.