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How to Write a Cover Letter for a Dental Assistant With Little Experience

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You’re a dental assistant, and I’m a dentist. You’ve seen my listing. You are writing to apply. You don’t have much, or any, experience on the job, so your resume is more of a liability than an asset. Somehow you have to write a cover letter that can get you an interview, despite your inexperience…. Read more »

A Communication Check-up for Your Dental Office

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Your skill as a dentist and your chair-side manner is what sets you apart as a practitioner. Your business is what makes you successful and prosperous. If you’re like most physicians and dentists, you prefer to focus on the clinical side of the practice. But without a user-friendly, efficient and effective front end for your… Read more »

Working with a Medical Recruiter

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If you’re looking for a high level position in management, sales, or information technology in any aspect of the healthcare field, a recruiter could be right for you. After all, you are looking for a mid-level job or higher, with the opportunity to advance in your career. Finding the right opportunities is the first step… Read more »

Manage Your Talent by Making the “Best Places to Work” List

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It should be the goal of every employer, whether you have one part-timer or 100+ FTE’s, to make the local, “Best Places to Work,” list. If you make it your goal to have the happiest team in town, you will also have the happiest customers. High morale is apparent from the moment your client walks… Read more »

Healthcare Skills You Didn’t Know You Had and How to Transfer Them

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If you’re thinking about making a change to a healthcare career, it could be the best idea you’ve had since you chose your last career. It is a well-known fact that healthcare is one of the biggest growth industries in America right now, due in large part to the aging of Baby Boomers. There are… Read more »

Your Dental Office Needs a Brand!

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I know. You’re a dentist, not a toothpaste manufacturer, but you still need a brand. It used to be unseemly for dentists and other professionals to do branding. You just put your name with the DDS after it on the door and people came. Now, in the age of branding everything including personal identity, no brand… Read more »

The Best Medical Assistant for the Job

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You’re a medical assistant, and I’m a doctor. You’ve seen my listing. You have to convince me to give you an interview. That’s it. You just need to get the interview. You can sell yourself in person once you get here. So you need to think of your resume as a commercial, I’m the consumer. The product you’re… Read more »