THE DENTAL DECATHLON
When he was working at the Charité university in Berlin, Dr. Fritz was given a lot of freedom to develop in directions that he was interested in. He used this opportunity to develop his skills in all dental fields.
My specialization is what I call the dental decathlon. I do all dental disciplines because I really enjoy all of them and I cannot even tell you which one I am best at. But thanks to this I can treat my patients from A to Z, using all the latest technologies, and I am responsible for the whole process.
"AN OVER-THE-PATIENT INSTRUMENT DELIVERY SYSTEM AND BALANCED INSTRUMENTS ARE THE ONLY WAY FOR EFFICIENT AND ERGONOMIC SOLO WORK."
He prefers to be the only dentist in the practice and manages a team of assistants and hygienists. However, on top of being the only dentist in the clinic, Dr. Fritz also works solo during treatments.
I got used to working alone during my work at the university and after I decided to work in a clinic I realized that working solo is quite common, for example, in Scandinavia. I only needed to find the right dental unit. During my university experience I was able to try out all kinds of different units, but none of them satisfied my requirements until I got to know Flex Integral. An over-the-patient instrument delivery system and balanced instruments are the only way for efficient and ergonomic solo work.
Although Dr. Fritz works solo, his assistants still work very hard. Their main task is to prepare everything for the treatment, and while they are not in the room, they have to be constantly aware of the current treatment steps and know when to enter the room to help.
Solo work is only one of the three most important elements of Dr. Fritz’s concept of dentistry. The other key elements are, firstly, the organization of all tools and materials for each type of treatment on individual trays, and secondly, the extensive practice management system.