RADENT is a private dental clinic in Chernivtsi. For the first time in 6 years of existence, the clinic faces such limitations and difficulties of adapting to new work rules. “Even when we started during the war, there was no need to stop and do nothing. Of course, it was a shock for everyone, in different spheres, I’m sure—the same for me. We had to cancel all patients, all surgeries, especially children. We did not know what we were facing, and we had to study this issue. It’s as if they put us all in a small square and said that this is the only way. And you are powerless here and realize that you have to obey.” The option to close the door forever in the clinic is not even considered. “It’s not a business that can go bankrupt. Of course, the economic crisis will be terrible, on a global scale, not only in developing countries. We will have to readjust to a new stage, a new pace of work.” Even in this situation, Viorel can find a positive outlook. During this quarantine, I have time to communicate with my children, which I never had before. And now the proportion of work/leisure and communication with the family will become more balanced.