10 Alternative Dental Careers for Practicing Dentists

Are you looking for a new challenge in your dental career? Fortunately, there are several rewarding alternative career paths that await. From academic jobs to consulting, check out these 10 dental careers to get started.

10 Heartfelt Gift Ideas for Your Coworker’s Birthday

Getting gifts for coworkers is always tough, because most of the time, you don’t know them very well outside of work. Thankfully, we’re here to help. Check out this article to get 10 great gift ideas for your coworker’s next birthday.

How to Become a Traveling Dentist

Who says you have to give up traveling after dental school? Become a traveling locum tenens dentist instead! Read on to learn what a traveling dentist is and how to land the right substitute dental job for you.

How to See the World as a Cruise Ship Dentist

World cruise ships have to be ready for anything, which means there are great opportunities for cruise ship medical jobs. Here’s how and where to find a dentist position that will let you sail across the world.

5 Tips for Balancing Work and Family When Own Your Dental Practice

Owning your own practice is a huge responsibility. Between patients, your staff, and a million other things in between, it’s easy to find yourself at work all the time. In fact, dentists who own their own private practices work an average of 34.7 hours per week. Specialist work, on average, around 34.5 hours per week. […]

How to De-Stress at Work

About 80 percent of workers experience stress on the job. In fact, job stress is by far the primary source of stress for American adults. No matter what job you have, stress and exhaustion are real. As a dentist, these states can affect your performance and productivity, eventually diminishing the quality of your dental practice. […]

How to Deal with the Stress of Being a Dentist

Being a dentist has its perks, but it definitely isn’t easy. Dentistry is a physically and mentally demanding profession. It’s easy to let the stress get to you. In general, dentists have an unusually high incidence of heart disease, hypertension, back pain, addiction, and depression. Even worse, the suicide rate for dentists is higher than […]