Some patients may know this. Fellow-practitioners may know this as well. They know that it is unfortunate that some of their colleagues have given themselves god-like delusions. There have been those that have been guilty of playing god. Because they are so much more superior in terms of their knowledge, skills and expertise, and, it is perceived, no one else could possibly do the work that they do, they invariably lapse into modes of complacency.
This also leads to them taking their eyes off of the proverbial ball. And unfortunately when that happens, grievous mistakes are made. This is where the birth of the multimillion dollar malpractice suit arises. Undoubtedly, the best medical practitioners, bound by their eponymous codes of practice and ethics, are humane and down to earth. They know full well that they would never be able to perform their medical tasks effectively without their suitably calibrated handpiece parts and products.
They know that, across the board, if it was not for others, they would not be able to do justice to their patients’ needs and requirements. Here is but one band of loyal service providers which the good doctors are looking forward to working with. These are the men and women who will be working studiously hard in their laboratories, coming up with new and innovative designs that are only going to help the medical practice run more ably and effectively.
These are the men and women who are always on hand to service the doctors’ medical pieces and related handpiece parts in the event that they become worn owing to regular, sustained and prolonged use. And these are the salespeople who will be calling on the doctors regularly to introduce new product lines to them.