A dentist is person specialized in the treatment of Keilor dental ailments, defining in a layman’s language. They are the persons people go to consult or see when they have problems with their teeth. There are many specialists who claim to be professionals but are lacking in some areas. These have led to the concern on the professionalism in the hospitals. Patients pay a lot of cash in order to get treatment but get more complications or problems instead. The conglomerates of specialist in different fields in dentistry should have some basis or threshold of professionalism in their practice. This will reduce the stalemates that are normally experienced. It will also reduce the mortality rates in hospitals and in the wards. Interestingly, it is not the diseases that kill people in hospitals but the lack of professionalism and skillfulness on the part of the doctors. Another problem that has rocked the field is the issue of proper working conditions. Statistics shows that there are lots of nurses and medical professionals applying for resigning from their jobs. This is because of the poor working conditions in the field.
There has been an outcry by the same people to have the government sanitize on the issue, and come up with an amicable solution. Unfortunately this has fallen to deaf ears. There should be some level of agreement between the government and the public servants in order to mitigate some of the problems that arise in the working environment. This will lead to good relationship and later quality services.
The payment or salaries for the specialist should be increased in order to offer enough motivation. It will be impossible to expect quality services when the pay is as poor as a church mouse. The mudslinging and name calling in industrial actions will stop if tangible solutions are put on the table. The amount of allowances should also be reasonable enough to provide some motivation to the workers. The working environments for medical practitioners are so dire and engaging. It needs a lot of sacrifices to be made. These sacrifices come automatically with the nature of the career. Since the specialists deal with the lives of people, the human nature will dictate that personal sacrifices should be made in order to save lives. These sacrifices are realty costing and the sooner governments realize the better. In as much as the practitioners are making personal sacrifices, the government should not take advantage of that in suppressing them but should appreciate. These appreciations should come in the form of roper pay and improvements of the working conditions. There will never be complaints and problems arising between the government and the medical field.
All these efforts in creating harmony between the public servants are meant for the good of the common people. The private sector has been doing well in terms of providing quality services and improving working conditions. This is something that should be emulated the dear government of the day. The solutions for problems are always at hand if interest is taken in.