Retirement Challenges Facing Women in Dentistry

Being a woman in dentistry can be challenging sometimes, but it is always fulfilling. In few other professions can females create independent wealth and success while improving the health and well-being of other people. And there are more women in dentistry than ever before. Women are graduating from dental schools in nearly equal numbers as … Continued →

Subscription-Based Dental Care On the Rise

Concierge health care is becoming more popular among doctors who want an easier way to serve patients without the hassle of insurance companies. In this newer model of healthcare, patients can select a membership plan with their general practitioner, pay out of pocket every month, and enjoy a range of health services at that office … Continued →

Could Dentistry Disrupt Healthcare?

Healthcare and dentistry continue to evolve, and the intersection of the two has never been closer. As dentists, you already know how valuable quality dental care is to your patients’ overall health. And, with the continued doctor shortage, dentists could be well-poised to fill a needs gap for patients. What if you could work more … Continued →

How The Floss Bar Is Innovating Dentistry

Continuing our series on innovative disruptions in the dental industry, we’re looking at what could be the future of dental hygiene: floss bars. Love them, hate them, or never heard of them, this trend could transform the way people receive basic preventative dental care. The Floss Bar offers an on-demand, potentially lower-cost alternative to traditional … Continued →

How New Dentists Can Be Successful Associates

Did you recently graduate from dental school? Are you looking to enter your first practice as an associate? There is more to selecting a practice than sending your resume out, interviewing, and accepting a position. At least, there is more to selecting a practice that will allow you to become a successful associate.   If you’ve … Continued →