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With spring time in full swing, it is a time for growth and renewal. Take a look around you, you will notice the flowers are blooming, but you can bloom too! It’s important to remember that taking care of yourself will benefit you in all aspects of your life. Take some time this season to revitalize and grow yourself. We here at DentalPost challenge you to complete some of our ideas to rejuvenate yourself this spring season!

  • Set a time to leave the office and stick to it.
  • Tell your employees something you appreciate about them
  • Spend an hour a day truly unplugged from all technology
  • Read a book thats been on your bookshelf for a while
  • Make time to exercise. Start small, thirty minutes a day
  • Make a list of the things you are grateful for each day
  • Aim to complete a random act of kindness at least once a day

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These 7 exercises are perfect for dental professionals

The 7 Best Exercises for Dental Professionals

Posted July 15, 2019

Sitting hunched over patients’ mouths for several hours a day is extremely taxing on your body. Dental hygienists and dentists are prone to problems as a result of poor working posture, eye strain, and unnatural hand positioning. Regular exercise, however, can help you minimize those problems and enjoy benefits such as: Greater comfort while working […]

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Dental Hygiene, the flexible, inflexible job.

Posted July 05, 2019

One of the great things about a career in dental hygiene is how flexible the job is. I have worked as little as two days a month when my kids were little. It was perfect. But for as flexible as the work days can be, once you commit to a day the flexibility ends. You […]

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How technology is changing dental hygienist duties

Is New Dental Technology Changing Dental Hygienist Duties?

Posted July 04, 2019

Each year delivers more new dental technology that makes dentistry easier, faster, and more cost-effective than ever before. But like many other hygienists, this trend has you a bit concerned. You’re wondering how all the rapidly-developing technology will impact your dental hygienist duties.  Could new dental technology devalue the work you do or render your […]

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