Avoid words that devalue dentistry: Watch, wait, small, little, just and only.” Consider using the word: “Yet.” “Has that tooth been biting sensitive yet?” “Has this tooth been sweet or cold sensitive yet?”
Begin the insurance application process early as you want policies approved before your loan is finalized.
Seventy percent of people over the age of 65 will require long term care services at some point in their lives.
When it comes to insurance, make sure you've dotted your I's and crossed your T's.
Help protect yourself against employment liability and have one less thing to worry about
The Top Ten Mistakes Dentists Make
Many dentists enjoy the benefits of having one or several partners to share the workload and the successes of a thriving practice.
Although savings may cover the costs in one aspect of your life, it is unlikely that you would have enough funds to cover your personal, business and loan payments indefinitely
Life insurance coverage is an essential tool for protecting your family and your practice by making sure that your loved ones will be taken care of in the event of your death.
Washington state ranks number one in the nation for demonstration of Meaningful Use by Dentists
Health Care Authority no longer sending notices regarding provider guide updates
The updates to this notice are minimal and it is not mandatory that you post the updated version.
DQAC staff randomly selects between 10 and 30 dentists who have renewed their dental license that month to audit
How can we ethically reward our patients for their kind referrals?
According to WAC 246-817-310, dentists are required to maintain treatment records for patients treated. How long are we required to maintain them?
Schedule III, IV and V controlled substances must be dispensed pursuant to a written, oral, or electronically transmitted prescription