The ability to add treatment options, grow your practice and meet state licensure requirements all hinge on your responsibility as an oral health professional to continue learning throughout your career. Here are a few virtual and in-person CE courses for dentists and their staff offered by A-dec.
DARW is organized by the American Dental Assistants Association (ADAA) and is meant to recognize dental assistants for the key role they play in dental practices throughout the year. Here are 10 ways to show your appreciation for the dental assistants at your office.
Welcome back to Patterson Profiles, a series where we sit down with a Patterson Dental VIP for an in-depth chat about their personal involvement with a philanthropic or professional development organization. These individuals pursue their passions with purpose, and personify Patterson’s commitment to community! Previous installments have detailed […]
What’s the perfect gift for the office team that has everything? Education AND a charitable donation to a worthy cause! Through “A Future to Smile About,” Patterson Dental and the American Association of Dental Office Managers (AADOM) are working together to support Oral Health America’s […]
The American Association of Dental Office Managers (AADOM) met in Nashville in August for three days of management courses and networking. Our team loves to catch up with members about their offices and their lives. I’m always amazed at how our members can juggle full-time […]
As a leader in your practice, whether you’re an office manager or dentist, one of your key responsibilities is to continually develop the individuals on your team. Intuitively we recognize that the acts of coaching, providing learning and growth opportunities, and training all impact our […]
As a manager and a leader you need to make it a part of your daily routine to catch your team members or staff in the act of doing something right and then recognize them for it. Recognition is an essential form of feedback that […]
Mistake #7 – Leading the Group A common mistake made by managers is assuming they can lead the group. The group being led is certainly the outcome you are working towards, but to build your leadership strategy based on economies of scale is a mistake. […]
Last Wednesday my Branch Manager, Joe Pennisi, and I represented Patterson Dental at San Jose State University’s Spring Job Fair. We aimed to attract charismatic, motivated applicants, and found it a great opportunity to talk about Patterson’s commitment to customer satisfaction and interpersonal relationships. As […]
Okay, so the title of this particular blog post sounds pretty simple, right? Well, it truly is…. Today’s post is a little different than what I’ve submitted to date, but I do believe it is totally relevant in business today. Yes, the concept that personal […]