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How to Build a Career in Dentistry

January 22, 2019 by

Like many other fields in the medical industry, the dental industry is growing every year, and there are more demands for qualified candidates than ever before. But there are far more opportunities than just working as a dentist. While they earn far less than a dentist, a dental hygienist can make a pretty good salary […]

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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

December 18, 2018 by

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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How to Write a Professional Dental Resume

December 17, 2018 by

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

December 11, 2018 by

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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Need a Vacation? Here’s How To Request Time Off Work

December 4, 2018 by

As much as you want to occasionally take time off of work, there is always an internal or external pushback. You may think things like, “My practice needs my help”, “Will I be able to find a temp to fill in for me?” or, “What will my boss think if I take some time off?” Why […]

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Creating Your Perfect Dental Resume

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Crafting your perfect dental resume will put you on top of the pile, so it’s well worth taking the time to show your skills in the best light and get noticed by future employers. Your skills, like you, are unique but if your resume lets you down, you won’t get past the door. If you […]

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The Story Behind The Purple Tree Challenge

November 27, 2018 by

So… I’m sure you are wondering, “WHY a purple Christmas tree?” There are three reasons. One goes back to my childhood tradition; the other relates to my passion for dentistry; the last is about giving back to something bigger than ourselves. It is often said that our circumstances define our journeys. In my case, these […]

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Why Are You Thankful to Work in Dentistry?

November 20, 2018 by

As 2018 comes to a close, the season of gratitude allows us to reflect on what we’re truly thankful for in this year. To kick off the season, we asked our DentalPost followers, “Why are you thankful to work in dentistry?” Here is what they said: Carol D. – I am now in my 33rd year […]

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