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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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Dental Support Organizations (DSOs) are not all cut from the same cloth, and I can guarantee you 100% of them are imperfect, so navigating your way to the best DSO for you is most definitely a personal journey. As an opportunity seeker, you must begin your journey with a strong understanding of your...

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The majority of interviewers make up their mind about you pretty quickly. So what’s the best way to boost those first impressions? You already know the basic tools you have to make a positive impact: professional clothing, eye contact and a firm hand shake. However, another even more important too...

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The biggest misconceptions I most often hear about Dental Support Organizations (DSO’s) are that the quality of care being provided to the patient is inadequate and they don’t provide much value to doctors beyond being a good first step into dentistry. These stigmas are often originated by indiv...

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