Tag Archives: New Dentist

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 »

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 »

Not going to New Orleans? Join the ADA Meeting Online at ADA365

Go to ADA.org/ADA365 and you can •    watch President Bill Clinton’s address live on Thursday, October 31 (not available on-demand) •    view Education in the Round courses •    sit in on the hottest lectures •    take a virtual tour of the Dental Office Design Center. Access to ADA365 is free to members; non-members can sign up for $50.… Read More »

All this CE for One Flat Fee

The ADA CE Online Loyalty Program gives you access to the entire ADA CE Online course library for one year and one flat fee of $479 for ADA members (non-members pay $719.) Take as few or as many courses as you like – as the course library grows, so do your CE options! Choose from a variety of… Read More »

I Wish I Had Known…Exploring My Options

By Dr. Ryder Waldron When I was in dental school I was under the incorrect assumption that all dentists were private practice owners. I thought that I either had to buy an existing practice from a retiring dentist or start my own from scratch. I became a practice owner right out of dental school. It was a struggle… Read More »