This last weekend, we were in Orlando and I attended a dental conference.
The place where the conference was being held, was nice. It had a golf course, tennis courts, a few pools, and a creek that ran through the property.
They advertised, in the hotel, that fishing was allowed in the creek.
At night, we wanted to see what the fishing area looked like so we went to the fishing area.
When we walked up to the area there was a sign that read, “Please Do Not Feed The Alligators.”
The second that I read that sign, my brain thought, “If there are alligators in this area, I don’t want to be here.”
I know some people will say, “Well they’re not big alligators, they’re just little ones.”
My thinking is if they have little ones, they must have big mama alligators, not too far away. No thank you, I’ll just stay away.
Being an older guy, I’ve heard enough stories, where there have been alligators that grab a human and pull them under the water.-9
Also being an older guy, I’ve seen a lot of dentistry. Years of experience, to say the least. I’ve seen things that work and I’ve seen things that fail.
My thought process, is to provide the most conservative treatment, that will produce predictable and amazing results.
Having years of experience, perfecting your skills helps you achieve those kinds of results.
I have been practicing for over 20 years and I still complete more than is required of continuing education each year. The reason is that I am trying to get a little better each and everyday.
If you are looking for an experienced dentist, with over 20 years of professional dental experience, please visit us at mydente.com or call 773-292-1911 to schedule your appointment today!
Floss Like a Madman!
Emilio “See you later, Alligator” Couret