Learning doesn’t stop after graduation

By | December 4, 2019

Dr. Vitkus and her husband, Dr. Tim Calnon, at the 2018 New Dentist Conference in Honolulu.

When I was starting my career five years ago, I wish I would have taken more advantage of the helpful resources available at my fingertips, like ADA CE Online. These courses have helped me build my practice and advance my career. I know life is busy, but here are three really good reasons to check out ADA CE Online now.

  1. Courses fit your needs and your life. I opened a practice right out of residency, so practice management skills were vital in helping me learn more about the business of dentistry. Being able to take courses on my schedule, and to hit pause and replay, is so convenient.
  2. Learning continues throughout your career. There was so much I had to learn in those first few years as a new dentist. Learning from experienced dentists who used clinical examples from their practices helped me develop as a clinician, while the practice management courses helped me develop as a practice owner. It’s been fun and rewarding to see my practice grow!
  3. New dentists receive discounts on ADA CE Online. Take individual courses at half-off using promo code NEWDENTIST or get $20 off the yearly subscription rate using promo code NEWDENSUBS. Graduates from the class of 2019 get a free two-year subscription — no promo code is needed, just log on to ADACEOnline.org and start taking courses at no charge.

Whether you run your own practice or are working for one, increasing your knowledge through ADA CE Online will always help! Visit ADACEOnline.org to start exploring.

Dr. Lauren Vitkus received her degree in civil engineering from Brown University prior to completing her dental training at the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. She completed her orthodontic residency at Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, New York, while concurrently obtaining her Master’s degree from the University of Rochester. She maintains a private orthodontic practice in the Finger Lakes Region of New York and is actively involved in both the American Dental Association and American Association of Orthodontics. To learn more about Dr. Vitkus check her out on Instagram @vitkusortho.



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