Sunday, November 14, 2010

Mise en Place

Today at church, I had the strange vision to develop a cooking class to equip fellow servants of the Lord.

As I mulled over the truly important things, it made me think of dentistry: particularly mise en place...or to have everything in the right place.

Like a chef, a dentist should have everything well organized, and in it's proper place.
The burs should be arrayed in a logical fashion. The handpeices should be polished and oiled.
The lab area should be clean. The chairs should be spotless.

Controlled messiness is fine. Disorder and slop is unacceptable.

Anyways, that's my take on things.


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