Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Online Hangouts for Dental Students and Professionals

As a dental student or professional, there are a ton of places where like-minded individuals are getting together.  How do you decide where to go? Here are five essential things to look for when deciding on the best online hangout: Check out the Front Page The first page of any online page, group or forum…

Non-Compete Agreements For Dental Practices

By: Randy Yazbeck As an attorney who has counseled many dentists, I thought it would be valuable to review some basics of a Non-Compete Agreement. There are two scenarios where this type of document is usually used: when a dentist hires an associate and when a dentist purchases an existing practice. The former protects the…

Buying an Office? Read This First

Location, location, location.  It’s still the biggest truth in real estate.  With various zoning laws and regulations throughout the country, there is a need to brush up on your local laws before purchasing an office.  These top five real estate websites may help you with your decision: LoopNet is designed specifically for commercial real estate. …

Exit Interviews for Practice Improvement

When an employee leaves your practice, whether voluntarily or not, it’s helpful to have an exit interview.  It’s essentially a last chance to find out what their perception was and what can be done to improve things going forward.   Exit interviews also help you manage and/or lower your risks. While in some cases it may…

Did You Miss out on these Lessons in Dental School?

Dental school shapes people into the future clinicians they become; it’s the launching point of their entire careers. Though much knowledge is gained in the classroom, there are lessons that new grads and experienced dentists can benefit from.  Patient base is not important; patient care is.  The care you offer each patient is more important…

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