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I'm a dental hygienist. Can I be an independent contractor?

Let’s get straight to the point. Yes, a dental hygienist can be an independent contractor, but if only he/she appropriately follows the rules.

This is how to recruit and hire the best dental assistants

Your top dental assistant has just pulled you aside to tell you she is moving to another state and is giving you a two-week notice.  A sense of denial grips you at first as this cannot be true, and then the reality sets in as a cold sweat envelopes your body. It’s been a while since you had to think about this and now you are wondering how to find someone like her/him.

Cloud Dentistry reviews? This is what freelancers and dental offices really think!

There’s no “fishing” for compliments when in the Cloud

What does it take to become a top dental assistant?

The day starts with a morning meeting, and you are checking the first patient's chart for updated health history and checking the schedule against the treatment plan.  Did you set up the syringe for an upper molar? The patient has problems with epinephrine, did you insert the correct carpule? The patient is in a wheelchair, and you will need help getting the patient into the dental chair.  Your mind is doing a check and balance on each aspect of the patient that is about to be seated. Never the same day and never the same patients makes for a challenging and intriguing day of the dental assistant.

Be a true dental team leader in 10 steps

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” (*John Quincy Adams)

9 Essential courses for dental office managers

The number of people visiting dental clinics is rising as more and more families appreciate the importance of good oral health. According to Gallup, a global analytic and advisory firm, nearly 67% of all adults in 2013 visited a dental clinic at least once, compared to just 33% of adults in the mid-1950s.  

What's it really like to work in a dental practice?

Short answer: never a dull moment!

Most successful dentists face these 5 challenges

Business, as usual in the dental practice, may look straightforward and profitable to the patients who have a seat in the reception room.  After all, the fees seem high no matter what is provided in care, and patients think that dentists are wealthy and can afford luxury items like expensive cars and beautiful homes.  What isn't known to outsiders is the struggle for success that ensues for years before a dentist can purchase the American dream of homeownership, lovely things, and money to invest.

This dentist shares how you should hire smart or fire stupid

The most challenging task of the dentist CEO is putting together the best dental team.  Even though each person is hired individually based on their own merits, they must come together as a cohesive and synergistic team.

These are the skills specialized dental assistants need

In the general dental practice, the dental assistant must have the necessary skills that include using four-handed dentistry techniques. The term four-handed dentistry describes the seated dentist and the chair-side assistant working in harmony as an efficient team.  On direct demand from the doctor, the assistant will pass the correct dental instruments, mix types of cement and impression materials when needed all while making sure the field of vision is kept clear for the dentist to see and to work.

Want more revenue for your dental practice? Think outside the box!

If your hobby is dentistry and you have another profession that brings in money don’t read this article.

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