Today there is much talk of being disruptive in life and business, of interrupting the status quo or of reinventing the rules. This two-volume book describes a different way of approaching dentistry, using the author’s signature SLOW method to effectively GROW your practice and your enjoyment of the profession. The focus is on maintaining an effective personal relationship with patients in a world of marketing and digital communication where it may be necessary to compete for the patient’s attention. Slow dentistry offers us a vision of doing more with less, prioritizing quality, and enjoying the emotional bond with the patient as well as the team. This book discusses methods to compete successfully in a worldwide market using personal human connections to find greater fulfillment in dentistry in general.