In this 2018 article, Dr. Victoria Sweet, author of “God’s Hotel,” talks about Slow Medicine. “Slow Medicine, as opposed to Fast Medicine,” says Dr. Sweet, “is just taking the time: to talk to and examine and even re-examine a patient; to call other doctors; to go over lab tests and X-rays; to think about and muse over a diagnosis; to discontinue medications that are, perhaps, no longer needed; to try a new medication-but carefully.”
After graduating from The Stewart Center, most of our residents are able to convert to true fee-for- service practices, where they can spend more one-on-one time with their patients, educating them and truly helping them get healthy, not just treating their symptoms.
Our BioRejuvenation Residency Program is designed to teach the dentist how the chewing system works and how to accurately rebuild it using the human biologic model as a guide, through BioRejuvenation Dentistry. Through this type of dentistry, our residents profoundly impact their patients’ health in a meaningful and significant way and restore the failing and worn dentition utilizing state-of-the-art minimally invasive techniques.
“The pearl in the whole process is the relationship you attain with the patients coming in repeatedly. I can help people and restore their mouths without touching their teeth. This is a gift that I will cherish for the rest of my life.”
– Dr. Alan Rosen, Graduate of The Stewart Center