Tag Archives: ADA13

Here’s How They Did It — Real Talk from Dentists in Private Practice

Operations, human resources, finances, marketing — there is so much that goes into being an owner. If you missed the new dentist panel discussion about the nitty-gritty of private practice ownership, you can stream it at ADA.org/ADA365, the online extension of ADA13. Access to ADA365 is free to ADA members; non-members can sign up for $50. Both dentists… Read More »

Life as a New Dentist — Solo Practitioner

The ADA is made up of individuals — here’s one of them. Who are you? I’m Dr. Joseph Laudie. I’m a proud member of the Class of 2009 of the University of Missouri – Kansas City, and I am a solo practitioner in a dental practice in Emporia, Kansas. If you could have any job OTHER THAN dentistry,… Read More »

Life as a New Dentist — Community Health Center

Life as a New Dentist — Community Health Center The ADA is made up of individuals — here’s one of them. Who are you? I’m Dr. Kari Cunningham. I’m a proud member of the Class of 2010 of Case Western Reserve University. I completed a pediatric residency in 2012, and today I am a pediatric dentist in a… Read More »

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 »