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- September’s National Holiday – What Does It Mean For Dentists?
The government of Canada officially declared a new national holiday on September 30th, which begins this year (2021). Known as The National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, this day is meant to honour First Nations, Inuit, and Métis survivors, as well as their families and communities. It is also in … Read more »
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- Opening a New Dental Practice: Don’t Let Your Dream Become a Planning Nightmare
It’s the dream of many dentists, whether as a new grad or after gaining experience – building and owning your brand-new dental practice. And why not? Being the only one to make all the decisions allows you to put your personal mark on the practice. The benefits of opening your own practice are signi … Read more »
- Issues with Cost-Share Arrangements between Dentists
Running a dental practice on your own comes with a lot of stress. Managing your space, your staff, your equipment, and providing excellent service to your patients, all while keeping an eye on the bottom line, is a lot to juggle. Maybe you’ve considered reducing some of this load by sharing space wi … Read more »
- Accessibility Compliance Report Deadline is June 30: Does Your Dental Practice Need to Comply?
If you own your dental practice, you know that you have to comply with specific regulations as a business owner. One such requirement is submitting an Accessibility Compliance Report, which is due June 30, 2021This is an extension from the original deadline of December 31, 2020.. The Accessibility C … Read more »