Whether you’re an introvert who dreads the day you have to converse with business associates or an extrovert who is counting down the days till your next networking event, The Dental Festival on Land has you covered. In this article, we share several ways to get the most out of The Dental Festival on Land.
Not all conferences are created equal. That’s why we created the Dental Festival on Land, where a number of leading conferences will come together to help you get the best CE, networking, and entertainment in the dental industry. Just like any other big event, you can get the most out of your time at a dental conference by coming prepared. The Dental Festival offers an array of unique resources and amenities to ensure you can do just that. In this article, we share four tips to help you optimize your time at a dental conference and have the most fulfilling experience at the Dental Festival on Land.
A mastermind is a group of like-minded people who meet regularly and work together. They are led by a mentor or group of mentors but also connect regularly with each other to help and support each other. They provide education, peer accountability, and support to one another, even as they are mentor-led. Joining a mastermind group has many benefits. In this post, we share three of the greatest benefits people experience after spending time in a mastermind group.
In this day and age, making connections is the single most important activity to help any business grow. Without connections, you’ll miss out on building relationships with people to help you grow, attract new patients, and receive expert advice from peers. It’s also important to have individuals in your field who support and encourage you, especially in dentistry. Here is what you need to know to get started making the best use of dental influencer events.
Can you believe that we’ve been living in the “new normal” brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic for more than a year now? The landscape certainly changed for travel and for Dental CE during that time. But that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to offer safe, fun, and helpful dental CE. This post shares three tips to travel safely for your Dental CE in 2021 and beyond.
Smiles at Sea is dedicated to Dental CE that puts a smile on your face. Like we did with our April 2021 Dental Festival on land and will do with our next land event, the October 2021 Dental Festival, we make sure you have the best experience at our conferences. You will learn a lot. You will make connections. And you will have some fun. Here are three ways to create the best dental CE for your staff that we’ve helped practices create. Incorporate a mix of these in 2021 and beyond to create a motivated, educated, and productive!
One day, Smiles at Sea will (hopefully) have an entire cruise ship all to ourselves for our dental CE cruises. Until then, though, we have to compromise by renting out space on cruise lines. For our upcoming 5-night cruise from Miami, Florida to Labadee, Haiti, we’re choosing Royal Caribbean yet again...
You can’t keep your license as a dental professional without doing some continuing education courses. Every state requires different amounts of credits, but the fact remains. That’s just the way it is; we need to stay sharp to provide the life-changing treatment our patients both need and deserve...
Running a dental practice isn’t easy, even if you have a great business mind. Most practice owners are dentists, however, who were never taught the tricks of the trade in dental school. They learned how to do a crown, an implant, or a filling, but they never learned how to run a business...
It’s a common practice for members of orthodontic teams to attend dental conferences. Attending dental conferences help them take much-needed CE while paying enormous dividends for the productivity of your whole practice. From finding new productivity tools to building new and deeper relationships, attending the best dental conferences in 2020 and beyond is an investment that can pay dividends for years to come.
As dental professionals, we constantly are in need of continuing education. It’s not just a requirement for a certain number of hours of CE that your state requires as a dental professional. It’s not just some mandatory class; CE is what makes us as sharp as we can be to provide the best dental treatment we can provide.
You can find the required CE credits for licensure, state by state, here. But for this week’s blog post, we’d like to tell you about the two types of CE credits that can make your dental practice go from “good” to great. You shouldn’t stop your CE after getting the minimum amount of CE credits needed in order to keep your licensure to practice as a dentist.
Getting continuing education on a consistent basis is really helpful for your dental practice. When your team members know more, they become more effective, efficient, and productive. That makes changing patient lives and growing your dental practice easier.But, like any aspect of dentistry, continuing education is constantly changing.
With 50 different state dental boards and 50 different sets of requirements for dentist continuing education, it's hard to keep track of what is required and where. The following list sourced from the American Dental Association provides a simple, easy-to-navigate snapshot of dentist CE requirements by state, in alphabetical order.
If you’re a dental hygienist trying to decide which dental conferences would benefit you most, look no further than this list. We’ve compiled all the dental-hygiene specific live seminars as well as top dental conferences that have a lot to offer the RDH. We’ve also included resources for finding great local live dental hygiene CE.