Turn your team into scripting experts January 24, 2017 By Dr. Roger P. Levin How scripting could be just what your practice needs to bring in more patients. How one hour a week can turn your practice from good to great How four staff meetings a month can improve every part of your practice. Some days you just have to be the manager November 30, 2016 By David Black Being a leader and being a manager can feel like two separate things, but you need to wear both hats if you want to run a successful practice. Why educating the entire team in oral cancer detection protocol is critical Ensuring your entire team has the necessary education and training to follow and understand oral cancer detection protocols can be crucial to effective patient care. 5 tips for landing the perfect job Online job hunting can be hard and intimidating for the novice, but there are five basic steps that will make you look like a pro. How valuable are you to your practice? Does this question keep you up at night? Or do you lie there wondering about your job security? Maybe you’re questioning why you’re not getting a raise? To the latter question, I can certainly relate. Professionalism in the dental practice: Are you acting the part? Being a professional and acting as such is timeless. The way we talk, how we speak, what we wear, how we conduct our social media pages… it’s all about looking and acting professional. 7 tips to make your dental hygienist resume stand out February 05, 2016 By Richard Poulin To get hired as a dental hygienist, you need to show the world what makes you different. So how can you ensure your resume rises above the rest? How a Colorado dental hygienist opened her own clinic November 02, 2015 By Kevin Henry As the temperatures being to drop around the Rocky Mountains, I decided to pay a visit to another Colorado hygienist recently and talk to her about her own clinic and starting her own business as well. Touching the future of the dental assisting profession: Meet Amy Applegate September 15, 2015 By Anna Blake To her, providing the resources that prepare her students with knowledge of the most current trends and the most up-to-date technologies in the dental industry is most important. Applegate has been in the education field for eight years and she’s worked in several different states in that time.