As a dental professional, you have or will likely experience some type of work-related pain. Many dental professionals accept this pain as a part of daily life, but there is a better way.

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    Free E-Book: 7 ways to avoid work-related pain and extend your career

    In this e-book, sponsored by Pelton & Crane, we show you some common causes of musculoskeletal pain and offer easy tips on how to overcome them.

    As a dental professional, you have or will likely experience some type of work-related pain. Many dental professionals accept this pain as a part of daily life, but there is a better way.

    In this e-book, sponsored by Pelton & Crane, we show you some common causes of musculoskeletal pain and offer easy tips on how to overcome them.

    Research shows musculoskeletal disorders affect more than 50% of dental professionals and is the leading cause for premature retirement in clinicians under 50.

    Here’s some help—learning to access the oral cavity in an ergonomically correct position decreases the risk of musculoskeletal disease, protecting the long-term health of dental clinicians.