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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.

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.

This will make you reconsider traditional dental temp agencies

Faced with hiring a new dental assistant? Asking someone else to choose prospective employees for your practice may make some dentists nervous.  What would make an employment agency good at selecting qualified applicants than yourself? After all, you are a doctor, and it surely isn't harder than a three-root endodontic procedure.  Or is it?

Recruiting and managing dental staff is hard, these shortcuts will save you time

Among the meaningful things you can do for your dental practice is to recruit the right employees. A good employee will not only promote cohesiveness and positivity to your practice but also affect your success in patient retention and referrals.

These are the reasons a career in dental assisting requires a unique mind and skill set

The dental assistant profession has its ups and downs. Thus, if you intend to join this career path soon, it is good to understand what awaits you, especially in regards to the work environment you will be operating in and the responsibilities involved.

This is how to boost your career in dental assisting today

After completing an accredited course in dental assisting from a local community college or technical college you may feel you are ready to embark upon your new career as a dental assistant. You will quickly learn that this is just a small step into your new world. It is often said that experience is the best teacher and in dental assisting each patient encounter will teach the dental assistant something new.  

Improve your dental front office productivity with these 4 simple steps

In the business world, it’s generally agreed upon that administrative staff (customer service, marketing, sales, executives, etc) help generate the most revenue. Obviously, this assumes that you also have an amazing service or product to offer.   

These dental office job descriptions will help you decide which career to pursue in dentistry

One great perk of living in North America is access to a wide variety of health-related services. Dental care comprises a large portion of the healthcare sector, and in this domain lie many roles to fill.

DIY dental office checklist that will boost your production

Change up your dental health game with checklists that will rock your practice.

Whether it’s posted on the fridge in a kitchen at home, over a counter in a surgical room, or as part of a aeronautical preparation for takeoff, a checklist is one of the most essential tools to ensure everything runs smoothly. After all, you are only human and there is only so much you can remember. Sometimes other factors in your day — like the amount of sleep you get or your own personal life events — can distract you, causing you to miss important steps.

Increase your value as dental assistant by developing these 7 skills

According to the Dental Assistants National Board (DANB)( www.danb.org), “the demand for dental assistants is expected to grow 25 percent between 2012 and 2022”.

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