Where do you see yourself living in five years? How about 10 or 20 years? As a dentist, the answer to this question could be impacted by your ability to get licensed.
With grant funding from Crest + Oral-B, the ADA has spent the last year developing a suite of wellness programs for dentists and their teams. Explore these programs and more that support your financial wellness, your day-to-day clinic work and your overall self-care.
At our firm, we have always held that disability income insurance is protection that anyone practicing dentistry should secure as soon as possible (read: immediately!). As a financial services professional, I am all too familiar with the common reasons doctors offer for putting off the purchase of this important risk management tool.
Your ASDA chapter can earn up to $500 just by getting the class of 2021 to complete their “Level Up” ADA membership application.
As you round the corner on dental school, are you ready for the next step: finding that first job? ADA Practice Transitions (ADAPT) helps D4s and other job-seekers find the perfect practice for their goals, whether it’s a first associateship or a path to ownership.
After graduation, your dental school loans will eventually go into repayment. Staying on top of your finances will ensure future success as a practicing dentist. Although debt and finance management are subjects rarely taught in dental school, understanding your debt is the first step to conquering it.
You never hear anyone in dental school utter the words, “I’m bored.” If anything, there is too much to do and too little time to do it. However, there are students who somehow find time to give back to those who are less fortunate, even with everything else going on in their lives.