To the layman and woman, this backup plan is almost unheard of. It is not due to any degree of ignorance. At the back of their minds, most men and women would have a fair idea that no medical professional worth his qualifications and years of surgical experience will be without a backup plan. But so it is with human nature. At critical times all thoughts turn to the emergency at hand. Thoughts are preoccupied with just what the good doctor will be diagnosing and be able to prescribe and carry forward in terms of treatment and care.
Even in the most critical of conditions the good doctor is always able to keep his nerve. Yes, this does have a lot to do with his experience dealing with numerous emergencies every year. But his sheer professionalism always informs the success of his backup plan. He has a solid financial plan in place because this, after all, is his business. He must still make money in order to thrive. Another backup plan, always critically essential in his practice, is keeping his contracted team of surgical handpiece repair technicians close to hand.
Because there really is no telling when his regularly used instruments will break down. Fair enough that part of the backup plan includes spare surgical instruments which can be picked up immediately after the doctor’s preferred instrument goes out of service. But like human nature in general, doctors can be precocious and there will always be a special attachment to his most prized instrument. Fortunately, his technical team is acutely aware of his discernment.
Therefore when they receive a service or repair request from their clients, they react swiftly and attend to the repair work within no less than two business days.