Welcome to What I Wish I Knew by Dental Head Start. This is a podcast where we learn from people that have been there, made the mistakes, learnt the lessons and have developed into the accomplished dental professionals they are today.
It’s your weekly mentoring session.
Hosted by Dr Erica Hwin
It’s time for your 6 month review! Dr Erica Hwin is back for a catch-up 6 months since starting full-time work.
In this candid conversation, Erica talks us through her challenges, triumphs and all the personal growth in between as she well and truly settles into being a practising dentist. Join us as Erica unpacks everything from marvelling at seeing how far her friends have come as dentists, the joys of seeing her patients again, and the sense of achievement from pushing herself, to the tough lessons learnt from failed treatment, toxic social media and growing in confidence and self-belief.
Now grab yourself a cup of tea and relax, because it’s about to get real!
Admetec Loupes by Byron Medical
Lightweight, sturdy and stylish, Admetec’s refractive Ergoloupes are designed to optimise your posture, so you’re not popping a disc trying to prep the distal of that 47. Level up your scales and cleans when you can actually see every tiny fleck of calculus fly off the tooth. With a tiny wireless battery that clips on magnetically and switches out seamlessly even mid procedure, say goodbye to getting tangled in your wires and the painful indents on your nose bridge from having to support heavy loupes.
Byron Medical are Australian based, and are quick and easy to get in touch with and address any issues you have. They’ll even come to your workplace for your initial consult and fitting session.
For more information, visit https://www.byronmedical.com.au
And don’t forget to mention Dental Head Start, to get a special added bonus with your loupes.
Dental Practitioner Support
Dental Practitioner Support is the first national 24/7 telephone and online service to support dental practitioner health and wellbeing in Australia.
The service is free, confidential and independent. Remember, good practice involves seeking support when you need it. Dental practitioners can call and speak to an experienced team ready to provide advice on a wide range of issues, including mental and physical health, workplace issues and general wellbeing.
Call them anytime you need, and even save the number in your phone so that it’s there on the day that you need it.
1800 377 700 or visit the website www.dpsupport.org.au