Dr. Schecter’s Philosophy
With proper training, the General Practitioner will be able to diagnose and treat the prospective Implant Patient from start to finish and will stop referring out these exciting and challenging cases.
The General Practitioner is the first dental contact the patient has. It is his or her responsibility to expose the patient to possible treatment options and to be comfortable helping the patient to make an informed decision.
The General Practitioner’s involvement and control over the treatment plan will prove to be less costly for the patient from a financial as well as a time management perspective. In addition, this challenging opportunity will enhance the General Practitioner’s practice and open many doors to expand their practice’s horizon. The financial rewards will be equally matched by the professional challenges General Dentists will master.