Connecting Dental Health Professionals

Teamwork is at the core of any efficient and successful dental practice or any business for that matter. Once the Team works as one cohesive unit, you’re one step closer to a practice that thrives. Assembling a dental dream team isn’t simple, but there are steps you can take to make it easier. Here [...]

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How to Negotiate Your Dental Hygiene Salary

October 12th, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog

For a profession that has been recognized for over 100 years (founded in 1919), it’s great to note this industry is even more viable now than ever. The unemployment rate is low (no considering a pandemic), there’s good work-life balance, and future growth looks optimistic.  The average Dental Hygienists’ salary is higher than many [...]

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Why You Need A Great Dental Office Manager

October 3rd, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog

I always cringe when I’m in a dental office and I’m told there is no Office Manager. I mean really, there are managers in stores, restaurants, pharmacies…all businesses. Why would someone fail to hire an Office Manager for their Dental Practice?? After all, your Dental Practice is a business, right?

A smooth operation is [...]

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Wanted: Dental Temps! The Advantages and Disadvantages

September 12th, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog

Let’s face it, the daily practice of dentistry is hard work. I have heard older dentists state that their back and neck hurt, their shoulders are tired, and they often wonder if their eyes are as good as they used to be. I’ve met hygienists whose hands, neck and backs are sore and assistants [...]

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How to Become a Dental Office Manager

September 10th, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog

Dentistry can provide a rewarding and exciting career for anyone. There’s the clinical aspect of the Practice requiring various degrees of education, licensing, and credentialing. Some individuals do not have an affinity for clinical work, but there are other opportunities to be found as an administrative professional, particularly as a Dental Office Manager.

The Manager [...]

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The Dental Emergency: Is Your Office Prepared?

August 8th, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog

The ADA (American Dental Association) defines a dental emergency as “potentially life threatening and require immediate treatment to stop ongoing tissue bleeding [or to] alleviate severe pain or infection.”  Depending on what area of the country you practice, dental emergencies can be seen frequently.  And, if the pain is severe enough, and dental offices [...]

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the employment rate for dental assistants is expected to grow 11% until 2028. Are you thinking about a career in Dental Assisting? Or have you completed your studies and you’re new to the industry? If so, congratulations!! Dental assisting can be a fun and rewarding career path [...]

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Many dental professionals have found temp work an appealing option because of the numerous benefits it offers, including flexibility, diversity of work experiences gained, and the chance to learn new skills. When deciding on temping, you can either work for a temping service, or create your own company and work for yourself. If you’re new [...]

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Coming right out of any dental education is an exhilarating experience. Your dreams are about to start, and there’s a whole new world to embark upon — starting your professional career. If you’ve been working in a dental practice before this, then you already have a head start on your fellow new [...]

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COVID-19: Doing Our Best To Move On

June 12th, 2020

By Dental Staffing | Blog, Dental Jobs

These are unprecedented times. The dental profession, once one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. economy, has become one of the most highly affected in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s not over yet; most dental offices have begun to open, but have been closed for several weeks to months at [...]

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