George Washington's dentures were built of hippopotamus tusk, gold, elephant ivory, and human teeth, by John Greenwood. Though he was never pleased, George never sued John. Alas, that was 200 years ago. Today, 98% of the American public suffers from dental disease and 6,000,000 teeth are removed annually. Lots and lots of lawsuits just waiting to be filed! If the competition is a $325, three-volume set of books (1040 pages in total) telling attorneys how to prepare dental malpractice cases, you deserve at least a shorter, definitive, step-by-step $35 digital book called RISK MANAGEMENT FOR DENTISTS that tells you (1) how to avoid being sued and (2) what to do if you are! Who better to write it than Jack Mumme, whose company over a 23-year period specialized in claim and risk management, handling 17,250+ medical and dental malpractice claims and representing 200 hospitals nationwide, plus 1100 emergency room physicians and 550 cosmetic surgeons and dentists, all self-insured. Please let us save you 900 pages of reading and $290 to keep in compliance with the law. Please buy RISK MANAGEMENT FOR DENTISTS and stop taking chances. Discussed in this book: dental malpractice, insurance coverage, dental records, management responsibilities, risk guidelines for dentists, safety program standards, anesthesia, sexual harassment, battery, workers compensation, damages, 10 case studies, disciplinary proceedings, employment responsibilities, and informed consent.
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