Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Do good vs. look good

For the past three weeks, I've been working for a dentist in Livermore.

At first, it seemed great. He had good systems, well trained staff, and cable TV in every room.

Three weeks later, I've found myself in hot water for doing good instead of looking good.

For example, there was a crown where the buildup came out in the temporary--meaning that the crown would be unsupported. He was furious that I built up a new buildup, took another impression, and reappointed the patient.

He told me that he would have simply cemented it in place.

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