Avoiding burnout as a new dentist

            After about three decades into the profession, Dr. Bill Claytor noticed he was becoming more cynical at work and often felt exhausted by the […]

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Making a difference in the dental aisle

Behind each package displaying the ADA Seal of Acceptance are dozens of independent experts who verified that product as safe and effective. Leading the way […]

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My journey in starting a practice: Securing a location

Editor’s note: In this New Dentist Now series, Dr. Katie Stuchlik chronicles her journey in buying and opening a practice with her friend and classmate, […]

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5 reasons why you don’t suck at dentistry

You spent a fortune on school.  You stayed in and studied while your friends were out having fun. You tolerated all kinds of craziness for […]

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How to network as an ADA member

When networking, remember to: • Plan ahead so you know who you want to meet and what you want to accomplish. • Set a time […]

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Finding a job: Networking

You should start the researching, planning and decision making process well in advance – your third year of school would be ideal. Consider that the […]

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