A New Year is coming along with many resolutions we will undoubtedly fail to accomplish. One resolution you shouldn’t give up is your desire to grow your Dental Career! We’ve put together our favorite strategies for successful motivation to help fuel growth for your dental profession this year.
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 a tremendous cost to the practice.
Teamwork is at the core of any efficient and successful dental practice. Once the Dental Team works as one cohesive unit, you’re one step closer to a thriving dental practice. Assembling a Dental Dream Team isn’t simple, but there are steps you can take to make it easier.
So, what exactly are soft skills, and how do they differ from hard skills? Hard skills are the job, whether it be dental assisting, dental hygiene, or the dental associate. These are specific skills that are gained through training and certification programs, education, and previous job experience.
If you’ve been working in a dental practice before this, then you already have a head start on your fellow new graduates. But if you haven’t, these tips may help you land that dental position.
There are a lot of qualifications that should be included in a comprehensive Dental Assistant job description. But the traits listed in this article are skills to add to your resume really stand out.
The average Dental Hygienists’ salary is higher than many other jobs, and requires a rather low number of years of education required. Please don’t be misled, however. This is a demanding and often difficult job that requires technical, visual as well as soft skills. But first, let’s discuss the bottom line: your salary.
Dental experts, such as practice management consultants, dental CPAs, and financial planners, have set benchmarks for hygiene performance. Their benchmarks are based on decades of studying the characteristics of practices that are financially successful over the long haul. One of those benchmarks is hygiene production as a percentage of total production. The benchmark for this number is typically 30% to 33%. This means the hygiene department should produce at least 30% of total practice production.
Dental assisting can be a fun and rewarding career path for you with many options to grow professionally. The profession of Dental Assisting carries with it a wide variety of tasks, while offering growth in income as experience increases. In this article, Dr. Marynak shares about what you can expect.
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...