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  • Sell Your Dental Practice: A 5-Year Plan

    • Oct 23, 2023
    • Dr. Suzanne Ebert, VP, Dental Professional Career Services

    Looking to sell your dental practice within 5 years? Here’s how to prepare for a profitable transaction.

  • Starting Your First Associateship? 5 Keys to Building Confidence

    • Oct 16, 2023
    • Dr. Suzanne Ebert, VP of Operations and Customer Relations

    New dental associate? Follow these 5 confidence-building tips to make a strong start in your new dental career.

  • How Dental Associates are Paid

    • Oct 5, 2023
    • Dr. Suzanne Ebert, VP, Dental Professional Career Services

    How are dental associates actually paid? Tips for understanding compensation formulas used by most dental practices.

  • How to Become a Dental Hygienist

    • Mar 13, 2023

    Dental hygienists possess a great deal of knowledge about oral health and the issues that bring patients to the dentist’s office. Working under a dentist’s supervision, a dental hygienist examines patients to detect problems like gum disease. They also advise patients on various aspects of good oral hygiene.

  • Find Jobs as a Pedodontist

    • Apr 25, 2023
    • Raeanne Meyer-Joiner

    Professionals from the dental industry can find jobs as an Pedodontist with the help of the ADA in a forum that is not only secure but offers the best opportunities for employment through the American Dental Association.

  • How to Become an Endodontist

    • Mar 13, 2023

    An endodontist is a dentist with specialized training in endodontics, which focuses on treating tooth pain and problems in the tooth root. Endodontists perform tooth extractions, root canals, dental implant surgeries, and other procedures that treat the pulp and root and reduce pain. According to the American Association of Endodontists, less than three percent of dentists choose this specialty.

  • What Kinds of Work Do Dental Assistants Perform?

    • Mar 13, 2023

    Dental assistants typically work in dental offices, but some work for physicians. These professionals’ tasks vary, but they usually include recordkeeping, scheduling appointments, and caring for patients. Most dental assistants work closely with dentists, preparing the instruments and helping them during procedures.

  • Orthodontist looking at braces

    How to become an Orthodontist

    • Jun 21, 2022
    • RaeAnne Meyer - Joiner

    To become an orthodontist, you must first get your bachelor's degree prior to completing dental school. All Orthodontists must obtain a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or a Doctor or Dental Medicine (DMD). They must also pass a licensure exam and complete an additional four to six-year surgical residency

  • How to become employed as a Dental Surgeon

    How To become Employed as Oral Surgeon

    • Jun 20, 2022
    • RaeAnne Meyer - Joiner

    An Oral Surgeon must obtain a doctor of dental surgery (DDS) of Doctor or Dental Medicine ( DMD). They must also pass a licensure exam and complete an additional four to six-year surgical residency.

  • Undergraduate degree to become a Dentist

    What Undergraduate degree do I need to become a Dentist?

    • Jun 20, 2022
    • RaeAnne Meyer - Joiner

    Here is some information on what type of courses to take during your bachelors degree to get into dental school and become a Dentist. Appropriate undergraduate degrees to become a dentist are biology, chemistry, human anatomy, physics, or physiology. Because dentists work with people and frequently start their own practices, business classes, psychology classes, and child development classes are also an appropriate addition to one's education.