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Saying “No” Without Ruining the Relationship

Let’s face it, the word no can stop a conversation dead in its tracks. But it’s important to have a strategy for sticking to your […]

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What does “ADA CERP approved provider” mean?

We’re deep in planning for the ADA 28th New Dentist Conference taking place in Kansas City, Missouri July 17-19, 2014 at Sheraton Kansas City, Crown […]

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Practice Ownership — Buy or Build?

Just over 88% of dentists are practice owners, either as solo practitioners or partners. For almost every dentist, ownership becomes a consideration at some point […]

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Can I wear a short-sleeve lab jacket when it’s hot?

The ADA Professional Product Review is like no other dental product publication because it bases evaluations on comparative testing in the ADA Laboratory, in clinical […]

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They gave me an employment contract — now what?

The ADA has a new publication — Dentist Employment Agreements: A Guide to Key Legal Provisions. It’s not a substitute for a lawyer, but can […]

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Brush, Floss, Baby!

University of North Georgia student Jonathan Lee Casas makes some important (and catchy) points about good oral health. Here are the ADA’s recommendations: Brush 2 […]

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