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5 ergonomics tips that could save your career
5 ergonomics tips that could save your careerThese simple tweaks may prevent the chronic pain that often ends careers prematurely.
The best and worst states to work in a dental practice: 2017
The best and worst states to work in a dental practice: 2017From 1 to 50, we looked at each state to see how it really stacks up for dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and dental front office team members.
Why prevention is cheaper than restoration when it comes to gum disease
Why prevention is cheaper than restoration when it comes to gum diseasePrevention is key for your overall health—and your pocketbook.
The top five types of things patients hate but don't want to tell you
The top five types of things patients hate but don't want to tell youPatients say the craziest things. But, what about the things they are thinking… but not saying?
5 reasons hygienists are the key to a great dental practice
5 reasons hygienists are the key to a great dental practiceFrom being mediators to educators, dental hygienists are the backbone of every dental practice.
7 MORE of the scariest medical conditions with links to oral health
7 MORE of the scariest medical conditions with links to oral healthPoor oral health, gum disease and endentulism have all been linked by researchers to life-threatening conditions.
5 interesting questions hygienists asked Kara RDH in February
5 interesting questions hygienists asked Kara RDH in FebruaryAs the founder of dentalhygieneanswers.com, Kara Vavrosky has heard a lot of questions this month. Here are some more of the ones that stuck out the most to her.
How much DRAMA is in your dental practice?
How much DRAMA is in your dental practice?Figure out how to deal with or avoid the drama in your office.
Should you become a dental hygiene educator?
Should you become a dental hygiene educator?Would this career change be a good move for you?
The ergonomic benefits of saddle-style stools
The ergonomic benefits of saddle-style stoolsSaddle up! Research has shown that a saddle-style stool could save your health—and your career.