- Added alert message for announcement.
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DentalEnglish is a communication tool for making a confidential relationship between you as a dentist and your patient to treat his/her teeth. It has 40 designed situational units that a dentist faces with his/her patients at the dentist’s office. Each unit has five to seven key phrases for his/her instructions or descriptions with some pictures as necessary.
Just because someone speaks English well, it doesn’t mean he/she can talk about Dental Medicine in English, even on his/her patient complaint.
Yoshitomi has remodeled his original texts of his lecture into the communication tool for not only Japanese dental students but dentists to talk with the patients from foreign countries. DentalEnglish covers 300 key phrases that the dentists need for his dental treatment. You can have full command of Dental English if you master those 300 key phrases.
As DentalEnglish is well designed for your self-learning or sharing it with your patient to show the sentences or pictures, it is extremely effective for you even you are not a good English speaker.
DentalEnglish is an ideal material for iPhone devices.
Tomorrow, a patient from a foreign country might visit your dental office.
Learn DentalEnglish on your iPhone, become an international dentist!
Noboru S. Yoshitomi currently teaches at university in Tokyo. He worked as a research scholar of a three-year Highly Developmental Project of the Ministry of Education, Japan, after graduating from the Penn State University majoring in Speech Pathology and Applied Linguistics. He has been in charge of Clinical English of Dental Medicine at universities in Japan since 1996. The Presidents’ Conference of “English for Dental Medicine” in 2011 confirmed that Yoshitomi’s teaching technique with the original materials is the most advanced in Japan. He was also a columnist of "Weekly ST" of The Japan Times from April to September, 2010. And he is an author of bestselling books: a university textbook, “Communication Builder” published by Nan’undo Co.; "It's Handy!” by Nan’undo Co.; the Korean version "It's Handy!” by Book 21 Co., South Korea; "Find Yourself” by Macmillan Languagehouse.
Note: DentalEnglish has 31 situational units out of 40 at present. The rest of the units will be gradually released.
- June 18, 2014 Initial release
- May 05, 2015 Price decrease: $11.99 -> $9.99