Posted 5/10/2017 by rebeccaharper in Diaries of a Dental Student   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 45
In my time shadowing dentists, dental assistants and other practice staff at in Lymm, I got to know a lot about the different roles available. One of the most interesting areas I got to work in was treatment coordination, which is a multi-faceted role with many different challenges. In this blog...  Read More
Posted 4/18/2017 by Dr Juanita Benedict in Practice Pain Free Dentistry   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 35
How Four Handed Dentistry Can Save Your Back and Your Practice!
Join this week's podcast from Healthy Solutions for Dental Professionals as I speak with Dr. Martyn Amsel about how four handed dentistry creates positive changes in dental offices, including physical ones! Meet Dr. Amsel in the video below and then visit for the full podcast beginning April...  Read More
Posted 11/7/2016 by jhaley in MOMgienists® Podcast   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 38
Hey, you! Who do you think you are?
“You're doing what? BE HONEST, do you feel that you are competent enough to understand a business, a budget or to lead? You must have a hidden agenda. You are not ready to do that. You can’t do that.”Hidden? No. Focused? Yes. Every hygienist should have a career plan. Whether that...  Read More
Posted 8/30/2016 by Kevin Tighe in Cambridge Dental Consultants   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 2825
Dental Assistant Checklists
Edit checklists to fit your specific needs.The following is a list of the basic duties and functions you are responsible for on a daily basis. Additional policies and technical manuals are available to give you a more complete description of how to perform these functions.MORNING1. Turn on overhead...  Read More
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Posted 4/15/2016 by GrayMoore in Tips For Dentists and Dental Industry News   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 478
5 Reasons To Have Female Dental Assistance at Your Dental Practice
There are specific job positions that are exclusive to men or limited only to women. However, there are also job positions wherein any gender is qualified or not yet it may be better if a specific gender is hired for it. The best example for this type of job position is the dental assistant. say...  Read More
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Posted 3/10/2016 by saibb in The Passionate Dentist   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 135
047 Dr. B Interviews Angela Severance of NINJA™ Dentistry
Tune in every week for more episodes. Visit.comAngela Severanceis a national speaker, educator and author with over 15 years of clinical experience specializing in digital dentistry and CAD CAM technology along with...  Read More
Posted 3/2/2016 by saibb in The Passionate Dentist   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 135
039 Dr B Interviews Deb Roberge – Recruiting and Hiring Dental Personnel
039 Dr B Interviews Deb Roberge – Recruiting and Hiring Dental Personnel Tune in every week for more episodes. Visit Deb Roberge’s 40+ years in all aspects of the dental industry have provided her with...  Read More
Posted 6/18/2015 by Charles Crawford in Dental Care   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 164
When you run a , it is vital that you surround yourself with a great staff, because your patients deserve the best care in a friendly and comfortable environment!So when it comes to hiring a dental assistant, you need to make sure they are going to be the right fit for you, your office, and your...  Read More
Posted 5/3/2014 by Lauri Pete in About Dental Care   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 3499
Setting up your own dental practice is a dream-come-true for mostyoung professionals. It is a huge opportunity to establish yourcredentials and grow personally and professionally.You can either opt to start from scratch or .The latter option is safe in that you get an existing business andclients....  Read More
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Posted 2/27/2014 by Bill Hockett in Right Click Dentistry   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 4227
Healthcare Dominates Best Jobs for 2014
I love year-end lists: best movies, richest people, most popular books… That’s why, when U.S. News and World Report put out “”, I was all over it. I’ll admit to wanting to assure myself that my technology skills would still be in demand, but what surprised me was both...  Read More
Posted 10/8/2013 by Sandy Pardue in Sandy Pardue, Consultant/Classic Practice Resources   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 69707
Never Withdraw Your Attention from the Patient
Withdrawing your attention from a patient can be perceived by the patient as a “put down”. In truth, it is a “put down”. Many years ago, I was at a boothmeeting with a company representative about hisservices at a convention.During our conversation the individual I was...  Read More

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