Career Management

The ideal functioning of a dental practice is similar to that of an orchestra. It is essential that the manager, scheduling coordinators, clinical supervisor, and clinical assisting staff coordinate their work so that all operations are harmonious and orderly. Each person should experience joy in u...

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Finding Your Office Fit

February 26, 2019

For many people, there is aonce-in-a-lifetime job wherethere is a perfect office “fit.” Going in to work every day is fun because the people are amazing.  You get together after work and socialize.  You know each other’s families. The group remains friends long after they no longer work toge...

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A few years ago I was sitting in a room of newly hired dentists who were going through their new employee orientation. Appearing on stage to tell his story was the founder of this well-known DSO. He started his presentation with the question: “How much debt do you all have… …$100K or more, $20...

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As the practice of dentistry has become increasingly corporate-dominated, dental school graduates have a wide array of options available to them in choosing an employer. The overwhelming majority of graduates join an existing dental practice but the types of practices vary greatly. From large corpor...

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It’s time for a new dental job. We know you’re a savvy job seeker, because you’re reading a Doccupations blog. But savvy or not, the first impression you will make on a potential employer will be based on your CV, so you have to find a way to make the words on the page jump […]...

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