Sally Dye

Sally Dye

Author at Dentistry Online

Sally Dye is an orthodontic therapist working in a specialist orthodontic practice in Ipswich in Suffolk and Hitchin in Hertfordshire. She trained on the YOTC in Leeds and qualified in 2009. Sally is an ONG committee member and chair elect, position commencing September this year.

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Orthodontic therapists – employed versus self employed?

Chair for the Orthodontic Nation Group, Sally Dye gives us the benefits and drawbacks of both options. Employment presents in various guises – and with this comes benefits and drawbacks. Within a working environment there are principally three categories of employment. The fully employed status, a worker and a self-employed person (www.breathehr.com). An employed individual … Continued

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Communication: the patient and the orthodontic therapist

Sally Dye looks at the best ways of evaluating and communicating with your patients as an orthodontic therapist. Many valued philosophies strive to calculate an individual’s behaviour based on people’s lifestyle and character. This accounts for the manner that we receive and perceive communication. Let us consider four types of communication – verbal, non-verbal, written … Continued

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