Why dentists will never be replaced by technology?
30th International Conference on Dental Science & Advanced Dentistry
May 22-23, 2017 Las Vegas, USA

Paula Pinheiro de Abreu

Faculdade de Odontologia UNESP, Brazil

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Dentistry

Abstract:

In 1895 Human discovered how to see inside our body without surgery. The X-ray was one of the most powerful tools of diagnose revolution and technology became the name of progress. Modernity brought us increased life expectancy and search for quality. Odontology is changing and shows us new techniques and better materials every day. We donâ??t want just health, but especially aesthetics, because Men and specially Women want to be beautiful forever! But all these changing afraid us in the way it is starting to replacing humans in some functions and even professions! But we shouldnâ??t be worried, because it is not going to happening with us. It is because Dentists use one thing machines will never have: Human Skills. In ten years of working and observing patients and dentists being a radiologist, I realize that courses and practice is essential to be in the game, but not to win the game. I find out that being a good doctor is much more than have a beautiful office, a wall full of course certificates or expensive equipment. Me and my co-workers are Always testing! We apply, make some mistakes, change, test again untill we see transforming results. So simple, but not easy to do. Letâ??s find which are these wonderful skills that help us to make the odontological treatment the best experience of the world.

Biography :

Paula Pinheiro de Abreu, of Radiologia Odontologica Abreu , dentist graduated in State University of São Paulo (UNESP São José dos Campos) and with expertise in Radiology in University of São Paulo (USP).

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