Fact is, rules will be given to us by governments (which employs real experts, hopefully) and we will have to abide by them. I don’t know where you live and when and under which rules you will be able to start working again but there is something which will be needed for sure: keeping your schedule and being on time.
I don’t know who you are and where you live, but in many countries, my first advice would be “don’t do it and go and work for someone else.” However, let’s assume you don’t live in one of those countries or you are stubborn enough to open your own clinic anyway. The very first question you should ask yourself is “where to open?” or “where to buy an existing practice?”
Another orthodontic blog? Well, yes and no. It is an orthodontic blog but you won´t find here so much talking about how to correct a class II. Not only that, at least.
As cliche as it may sound, the world around us is changing at an unprecedented pace.
This extends to the professional environment of the dental and orthodontic world.