Dentist of the Month

In-depth interview with an experienced dentist

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Dr. Nicola Corino
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Dr. Nicola Corino

Centro Dentistico Adamello

Via Adamello, 48
10142 – Torino
+39 011 0462378
[email protected]

Interview with Dr. Nicola Corino

Why did you choose to become a dentist? How many years of experience have you gained?

Dentistry is a field that has always interested me and that excites me.
I have been practicing for about 8 years.

What kind of treatments or services do you provide to your patients? Do you have any particular specialization?

Our practice provides a wide range of dental services: conservative, advanced implantology, periodontics, endodontics, pedodontics, orthodontics, oral surgery and more. I personally specialize in implantology and oral surgery.

Could you describe an interesting or unusual case that you handled?

Not really – I believe that every case is equally important and deserves its specific attention.

Is there any innovative dental technology that you particularly appreciate and believe in?

Being a specialist in that field, the technology that fascinates me and in which I believe a lot is undoubtedly guided implantology. Its advanced and constantly developing features allow the implantology specialist a level of precision that traditional implantology methods cannot always provide.

A recommended article that dentists should read:

There are so many – honestly, I wouldn’t know which particular one to recommend.

Share a useful advice for dentists about running their business

To colleagues, I would suggest a seemingly simple but important rule that I follow: listen carefully to the patient in order to advise and provide them the best possible care.

How do you promote your business? What worked for you?

We promote our business in various ways and like everyone we have our own website etc.
However, as far as I am concerned, the best way to promote our practice and work has always been by word of mouth.

How do you relax after work?

It may sound trite or old-fashioned, but for me the best way to relax after work remains reading a good book.

What could prevent your profession from growing? How can you overcome this obstacle?

To date, fortunately, I have never had to ask myself this question, so I wouldn’t know.
I will think about it in due time.

What new plans do you have for your professional activity in the next year?

In my opinion the best investment is always the human and professional one. Therefore, for next year we plan to add some new members with different specialties to our team.

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