The ADA surveyed practicing dentists and interviewed ADA legal counsel Cathryn Albrecht, about maternity leave and how to be prepared based on Federal and State laws.
Whether you’re opening a new practice, expanding a current practice, or acquiring an existing one, you’ll need to estimate how much money—also referred to as capital—you’ll need, and when you’ll need it.
Dentistry is exciting but it can also be tiring. Many dentists have found ways to make the profession stay fresh and challenging. Here are six ideas to consider.
With about 70% of patients using social media to connect, share information and entertain themselves, tools like Facebook and Instagram offer incredible opportunities for your practice to gain exposure and grow relationships.
The opportunity to impress patients, attract more patients and decrease patient attrition often depends on the level of customer service.
Take a look at your current situation. Are you spinning and spinning, but gaining no traction in your career? Are you bored? You may be in a rut. And, that’s OK. Here are several options to get unstuck.
Written contracts protect both sides from misunderstandings and can put your relationship on equal ground.