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Articles for job seekers and employers in the Dental Industry

When is it time to fire someone?

January 15, 2019 by

                  Firing someone is one of the hardest things a business owner or manager has to do. Yet, it’s so important to remove employees that are disruptive to your mission or goals. It is also a gift to the other person to give them a chance to […]

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4 Dental Technology Trends to Follow in 2019

January 8, 2019 by

With an industry as advanced and tech-focused as dentistry, change is inevitable. But the ability to embrace new technologies and techniques is what is keeping dentistry at the cutting-edge of healthcare. In planning your year ahead, here are some dental technology trends to keep your eye on in 2019! More Automation You’ve likely already seen […]

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How to Set (& Achieve!) Your Career Goals in 2019

December 27, 2018 by

At any holiday gathering, you’re likely to get asked by an inquisitive relative: “What are you up to these days?” “Where are you working?” “Do you like your boss?” While these questions can be annoying, in reality, the turn of the year is a great time to think about your career and reevaluate your goals. […]

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3 Feel-Good Dental Volunteering Stories

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This year was filled with some talented dentists, hygienists, assistants, and office staff donating their time and talents to better others who, for whatever reason, were unable to get the help they needed. To end the year with a smile, here are 3 stories we think showcase just how great the professionals in our industry […]

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Successfully Utilizing a Service Facility Dog in a Dental Practice

December 17, 2018 by

How can a dog be utilized successfully to benefit patients in a dental practice? It takes extensive planning, preparation and the right type of dog that has the right type of certification and training. I am a Dental Hygienist at Smile Cabarrus in Harrisburg, NC and ATKINS, a Rehabilitative Facility Dog, raised and trained by […]

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How to Write a Professional Dental Resume

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Nothing can be compared to that sweet feeling when you get the first salary at your new job. But being hired today is not an easy task at all. Unfortunately, any medical worker, like any other worker, must write a resume before start working in the field of dental medicine. If thinking about CV completion makes […]

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How Telehealth Makes Dental Care Accessible To Rural And Underserved Populations

December 14, 2018 by

The issue of accessibility has always been a large one for any business in the healthcare field, as it applies to costs, transportation needs, and time commitments. Telehealth is a method of providing long-distance clinical health care by using telecommunications technologies and digital information, and it has the potential to open avenues of healthcare for […]

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Best Practices for Dentists to Soothe Patient Dental Anxiety

December 11, 2018 by

Dental anxiety is very real. Furthermore, avoiding the dentist due to this anxiety can lead to worse outcomes down the road, not only for the patient’s teeth but in other areas of the body as well. Despite the risks, some dentists don’t spend much time thinking about how to alleviate anxiety in their patients. Here […]

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Thinking About Changing Jobs? Here’s Why You Should.

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Maybe you’re moving. Maybe you’re just looking for a change of scenery. Whatever your reasoning may be, quitting your job will have a big impact on your life. Thankfully, changing jobs can be fantastic for your career. If you’re on the fence about whether or not to try for a new job, let us give […]

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