By Hockaday & Baucom, DDS
April 18, 2014
Category: Family Dentist
Tags: Charlotte  
College isn’t the last place you learn. In general, your workplace is where you will acquire additional skills and dentistexperiences. The same can be said for your health care professionals. Each day, patients come in with different dental problems, which means the cases require varying levels of knowledge and experience. To handle the unexpected and provide the best care, doctors need to be prepared. And for the patient’s comfort, doctors need to understand the benefits of new technology and techniques related to their fields.
 
The easiest way to go about doing this is by maintaining membership with active organizations. In dentistry, two key dental organizations are the American Dental Association (ADA) and Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
 
Building Benefits with the ADA and AGD
As members of the ADA and AGD, Drs. Hockaday and Baucom have the support of two national dental organizations. These supportive networks made up of dentists, dental students and researchers are the building blocks to a better practice. As active members, Drs. Hockaday and Baucom continually build upon their benefits:
  • Access to significant dental techniques and equipment
  • Keep updated regarding national and international research
  • Find appropriate continuing education courses
How does this transfer to our Charlotte family dentist office?
With the ADA and AGD at their sides, Drs. Hockaday and Baucom are able to establish the best practices for their patients. When it comes to emerging dental issues across the board, they will be in the loop. And additional information and equipment can be added to improve the leading services already offered at our family dentistry in Charlotte.
 
Want to know more about the organizations Drs. Hockaday and Baucom are involved with? Do you have additional questions regarding available dental treatments (link to services page)? Call our office at (704) 553-2348.

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