Lessons Learned From “This Beautiful Trauma”

Posted June 10, 2019

Millions of women know what it is like to start again, whether it is moving on from a job that has become toxic, or boldly making a change in a family situation that is no longer fulfilling. For me, the struggle has been real over the past few years. Divorce can be a tangled combination […]

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7 Questions and Answers You Should Know for your Dental Assistant Interview

Posted June 07, 2019

You have sent in your resume and constructed a great personal website. Now you have been called back for an interview in the dental assistant field. You want to make the best impression you can to your potential employers. Here are seven questions and answers you should know for your dental assistant interview and some […]

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5 Must-Have Smartphone Apps for Dental Professionals

Posted June 07, 2019

As the saying goes, “there’s an app for that” and dentistry is no exception. From studying x-rays to making appointments, we rely on apps to help us more efficiently do our jobs. However, with the multitude of apps out there, it can be difficult to determine what deserves a download. So we’ve pulled a few […]

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How to Handle a Difficult Patient

Posted May 31, 2019

There’s very little as frustrating as a troublesome patient. Unfortunately, difficult patients will always exist. You can be the ultimate professional, meeting your patient halfway every time, and they might still find a reason to be angry.  It’s not right, but it’s the reality. The difference ultimately depends on your reaction. Here are some expert […]

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Here's how to become a dental blogger

How to Become a Dental Blogger

Posted May 31, 2019

In the digital world that we live in today, there is no better way to promote your service than by writing awesome content about it to publish on the Internet. If you are thinking of using blogging as a means of marketing your dental services, you have come up with the right strategy to distinguish […]

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Six Ways for Dental Assistants to Connect With Their Patients

Posted May 31, 2019

Dental assistants are the first people patients meet when they go to their dental appointments. As a dental assistant, you should try to connect with your patients and help them relax and be happy with their choice of dentist. Here are six ways that you can connect with your patients. Pay attention to your patient […]

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Gen Z in the Dental Office

Posted May 24, 2019

Lastly, in our article series, we come to our youngest group, Generation Z. This group is classified as those born in 1996 and later. Gen Z grew up surrounded by the latest and greatest technology. They are just beginning to enter the workforce and their preferences are still being figured out, but being the youngest […]

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Ten Ways to Take Advantage of a Slow Job Market

Posted May 24, 2019

So you’ve decided to find a new job—only to discover that the market is scarce. Job markets (like any market) ebb and flow. Some months, like September and October, are better than others because a lot of companies want to hire before the frenzy of the holidays. Other months, like June and July, aren’t so […]

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5 Great Gifts for Dental Professionals

Posted May 17, 2019

Whether it’s a special occasion, trying to impress a boss or a dental office gift exchange, there’s always a reason to be on the lookout for gifts. Let’s take a look at 5 of the best dental-themed gifts out there! Tooth Planter for the Dentist’s Office If someone in the practice has a green thumb, […]

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5 Ways to Handle a Difficult Coworker

Posted May 10, 2019

Every working professional runs into a problematic coworker eventually. It’s simply the odds of working with other people. Not everyone you work with will mesh or vibe with your personality or work style. While you can solve a lot of these situations by just ignoring the person, bad coworkers can become a serious issue if […]

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