“Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.” -Richard Branson
The Chance to Renew Your License
While each state has different stipulations that factor into a practice’s license renewal, dentists should generally have at least 50 hours of continued education every two years to remain eligible for renewal.
New Career Pathways
New career pathways, which give your employees the opportunity for growth and advancement within your office. This growth not only comes in the form of education but also professionalism, which is extremely important for a medical practice.
Improving and Honing Your Skills
While continuing your education is required to maintain a license, taking part in CEU courses will also provide dentists and employees alike with the means to learn about the latest techniques used in dental offices around the world. Some of the areas you may learn more about include:
- IV sedation
Attending live company-sponsored continuing education seminars and classes gives you the opportunity to network in a way that would otherwise be impossible. By taking courses with other like-minded individuals, you’ll develop relationships that could prove invaluable in the future.
Beyond the minimum required to maintain licensure, as a dentist, keeping up with current trends and technical advancements is incredibly important – particularly when providing the best quality care available to your patients is the goal.
We believe in a philosophy of lifelong learning and improvement; but, it’s more than just something we just say. Our culture prioritizes strong encouragement of both clinicians and staff to pursue any continuing education initiative that will enhance their ability to serve their patients and/or improve their clinical skill set.
Continuing education opportunities that meet those basic criteria are eligible for company sponsorship for all affiliate clinicians, and full-time employees.
It’s pretty simple – you want to be the best you can possibly be. And so do we.
[re]Focus On Your Passion
You chose this career because you wanted to help people; not deal with the stress of running a business.