Category Archives: Life as a New Dentist

Real Talk from New Dentists in Private Practice

The panel discussion Real Talk from New Dentists in Private Practice just concluded. The wide-ranging conversation covered topics from improving efficiency to marketing the practice. According to the most recent ADA Survey of Dental Practice just over 88% of dentists are owners, either as solo practitioners or partners. For almost every dentist, ownership becomes a consideration at some… Read More »

Life as a New Dentist — Associate

The ADA is made up of individuals — here’s one of them. Who are you? I’m Dr. Anna Schultz. I’m a proud member of the Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine Class of 2012, and I am working as an associate for a wonderful practice in Newnan, Georgia. If you could have any job OTHER THAN dentistry,… Read More »

Life as a New Dentist — Pediatric Residency

The ADA is made up of individuals—here’s one of them. Who are you? I’m Dr. Christine Hammer, a proud member of the Class of 2013 of Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine — Arizona, and I’m currently enrolled in a two-year pediatric dentistry program in a Philadelphia hospital. If you could have any job OTHER THAN dentistry what… Read More »

Finding a Job — What Questions Should You Ask During the Interview?

When you are looking for an employment opportunity, remember that the job interview is a two-way street, with both parties assessing each other. Dr. Ryan Dulde has put together a list of 30 Interview Questions for Finding the Right Fit. It’s worth checking out the entire list — Dr. Dulde not only suggests the questions, but often explains… Read More »