“Dentistry has evolved a lot, and there are many sciences and technologies out there to get their smiles back […] and a trip to the dentist today really is pain free. […] there is a huge shift in which society connects with each other, and again, this evolution accompanied medicine as well,” said Dr Miguel Stanley. The huge paradigm shift in the evolution of communication tools, particularly from the cell phone to the smartphone was significant. It has led to an immense paradigm shift on how society thinks of each other and reshaped dental visits by individuals. This metaphor of how phones have evolved over a short period of time has been accompanying medicine, including dentistry as well.
Listen to what Dr Miguel Stanley, founder and CEO of White Clinic based in Lisbon, Portugal has to say about the impact of technology on the future of dentistry.
Participate in the upcoming QS Subject Focus Summit – Dentistry under the theme of “Changing Paradigm in Dental Education for Future Excellence” from 4-6 April 2019 in Seoul, South Korea.