Tax season is behind us and now millions of Americans will receive checks in the mail from the IRS. The next thought is: ‘what should we do with these refunds?’
There are plenty of practical things to do with your tax return, like putting it into savings, paying off debt, or saving for major expenses. But if you’re a dental professional looking to treat yourself this season, we have prepared a list of our top 5 dental goodies that you should think about spending your tax return on!
Our good friends over at Twice as Nice Uniforms are the best place to find scrubs online. These scrubs not only look great, but they also have a performance liner which regulates your body temperature. They are built to keep you fresh all day long!
We understand that many dental professionals buy their own instruments. Hu-Friedy is helping professionals perform their best with products and services that have been backed by the community since 1908. With over 10,000 products sold worldwide, you can purchase any Hu-Friedy dental instruments through an extensive network of authorized dental dealers.
While schooling might be long behind most of us, it’s important to continue improving yourself both professionally and personally. If you’re looking for some new reads to add to your summer reading list, these are recommended by dental professionals to assist you in sharpening old skills and developing new ones.
As we all know, drinking coffee stains your teeth. Now that the weather is warming up, consider getting your morning jolt from iced coffee from a Yeti tumbler with a reusable straw! Yetis are temperature controlled so your beverage will stay hot or cold all day long – perfect for staying hydrated throughout the workday as well.
5. Tooth Socks
Anyone with a fun sense of humor and excellent fashion sense will love these novelty dentist socks.Patients will love seeing you wear them around the office too!
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Posted July 15, 2019
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Posted July 05, 2019
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Posted July 04, 2019
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