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Employment agreements: The devil’s in the details

Congratulations! You finished dental school and received an offer to join a practice. That’s terrific news. Or maybe you’re in the position of offering employment […]

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Dr Sowa2

Refinancing my student loans and owning my education

$254,358.44. This is the amount it cost me for four years of two bachelor’s degrees and four years of a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. […]

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Compensation as an employee or associate dentist

New dentists often enter the profession as employees or associates. The method to determine compensation for these positions varies from office to office. Here are a […]

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Dr. Erica Coe treats a child during an international volunteer trip in India.

Q&A: Volunteering around the world

Dr. Erica Coe, a 2013 graduate of Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry, is currently completing a pediatric residency in Hawaii. Dr. Coe […]

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Negotiating on your own terms: What new grads need to know about contracts – Part 1

Editor’s note: This blog post, republished with permission, originally appeared in IgniteDDS on Jan. 25, 2017. There it is. A block of legal jargon, intimidation […]

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Dr. Velayo

How to grow your reputation as a new dentist

We’ve all heard the saying that it takes about 20 years to build your reputation and five minutes to ruin it. As new dentists, the […]

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