If you have recently received a job offer to work in a new dental practice and said yes, congratulations! Change is good — and if you feel great about this office, that’s a wonderful sign that it’s the right fit for you, too. Whether you finished dental assisting school recently or have been working for years, you may not remember everything you learned during your dental assistant training — including best practices for switching to a new practice. Below, find some top tips to help make the transition as smooth as possible!
February 19, 2019
February 18, 2019
There is a lot to take in while you are at dental assistant school, from the ins and outs of dental hygiene to snippets of successful business administration and pretty much everything in between. At the end of it, you (and pretty much everyone you talk to about your day-to-day experience) will have learned one thing: never say JUST a dental assistant. Keep reading to learn about why it’s time to eliminate this particular four-letter word from your vocabulary.
November 11, 2018
When most people think of working in dentistry, their thoughts naturally turn to jobs in a dentist’s office: a dental assistant, the hygienist, and the business administrator. However, there are other opportunities beyond a dental practice. For example, many people that want a dental career in Lebanon opt to work in a lab where prosthetics are crafted to restore patients’ smiles. Read on to learn more about becoming a dental lab technician and other careers in dentistry.