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WiD: Work. Life. Balance.

Dentistry Today

Dr. Effie Habsha created Women in Dentistry: Work. More and more women are entering the field, breaking down barriers and making significant contributions to the dental industry. WiD) in 2010 with the aim of elevating, educating, and empowering all women in the field.

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6 Things Every Office Manager Needs to Do Right Now to Achieve Work-Life Balance

Off the Cusp

Creating a harmonious work-life balance can be challenging but it is essential to improve our physical, emotional and mental well-being. Here are six things you can start doing right now to achieve a better work-life balance. We hope these tips help you on the path to achieving a better work-life balance.

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Empowered Women…Is It Really a Man’s World?

Dentistry Today

With similar personality traits, values, and work ethic, we were able to quickly transform a working relationship into a friendship. Q: Often, women are the default or primary caregivers for other people in their lives, which can create a juggling act with work/life balance.

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Revolutionizing the Dental Landscape: The Super Generalist

Dentistry Today

My experience has led me to believe that these are the clinicians who are also able to construct a fabulous work-life balance as well. In today’s dynamic environment, dentists must navigate financial intricacies, optimize operational efficiency, and ensure a harmonious work-life balance.

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Victory Dental Management Announces New Burnout Coaching Program

Dentistry Today

Learn how to set clear boundaries, say no without guilt, and create a work-life balance that nourishes your well-being. Reconnect with your initial motivation for choosing dentistry as a career and rediscover the joy that ignited your journey. Create healthy boundaries. Implement stress management techniques.

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High Employee Turnover? What’s Going Wrong? 

Dentistry Gone Digital

If staff members are consistently overworked or subjected to high stress levels due to patient volume, changes in job expectations, or other factors, they might opt for positions with a better work-life balance. Dentists and hygienists do not want to fall behind their peers with the use of digital or advanced technology.

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Should I Take On A Partner Or Just Hire An Associate For My Dental Practice?

Dentistry Today

Alternatively, an associate can help alleviate your patient load and allow for more work-life balance. A partner can contribute to management tasks, marketing efforts, and overall practice growth.