Spring is upon us, which means that university and college programs will be wrapping up their semesters in a month or so. Many hygiene students may have begun their job searches, or if they haven’t, they will be any day now. Now is a great time to invest hiring time and effort into finding dental hygiene graduates with great potential to be the next great addition to your team.
Dentistry has come a long way since the beginning. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), “Forty years ago, only 7% of dental school graduates in the United States were women. In 2017, according to the ADA Health Policy Institute, that percentage was up to 49%.”
Throughout the pandemic, we made many adjustments to make the workplace safer for our employees. However, with these changes many offices noticed the office environment starting to change. To help combat this, we have five ideas to help your staff still feel a sense of togetherness!
Brushing your teeth doesn’t have to be a dreadful experience. We have made a list of our tips and tricks when it comes to children’s dental health for National Children’s Dental Health Month. We’ve even included a nostalgic video from Barney in our blog. Anyone remember this iconic song? Rae does!
Don’t Sweep 2020 Under the Rug Just Yet! Yes, you read that right and yes, we too were all too eager for 2020 to come to it’s bittersweet end. And while the ringing in of the New Year was different this year, it did mark the end of a chapter and gave us a blank page for 2021. But what good author finishes a chapter and doesn’t go back to look it over? If you haven’t already, set aside some time to reflect on 2020.
With the school year kicking off, unprecedented times are continuing with the Covid-19 situation still impacting the country. When most in-person classes and activities came to an abrupt halt this March it was unclear what the impact would become, and many working professionals were forced to adapt on the fly.