Vanessa Richardson[email protected]Dental EducationThe changing face of dentistry: Part II -- Future shock hits dental schoolsAs the demands of dentistry change, schools around the U.S. are struggling to figure out how best to prepare their students. Faced with a faculty shortage, they can't always teach what students need to learn.July 1, 2008Dental EducationThe changing face of dentistry: Part IIn recent years, there has been a shortage of dentists in the U.S. -- due in large part to a "generation gap" between retiring and incoming dentists. But now this trend is shifting, and with it the face of dentistry.June 22, 2008Dental EducationGetting tough on deadbeat clientsHaving trouble getting patients to pay up? Maybe it's time to bring in the "third-party."April 14, 2008Dental EducationYankee Dental Show Report: Tax tips for dentistsTax tips for dentists and associatesFebruary 1, 2008Dental EducationShow me the money!Getting paid by insurers and patients needn't be a chore. Here's how.November 11, 2007Dental EducationDentists vs. Insurers: The Road AheadOne evening after attending the ADA's annual session in San Francisco, Karen Gustin was chatting with a dentist on the shuttle bus to her hotel. When he found out Gustin was vice president of marketing for insurer Ameritas Group Dental and Eye Care, he asked the person next to him if he could trade seats. "It was a joke -- sort of," says Gustin.November 4, 2007Dental EducationDentists vs. insurers: The road aheadTake off those boxing gloves. Insurance companies could be your new best friend (really!). For the skinny on what's changing, what's not, and why, read on.November 4, 2007MalpracticeBeat the malpractice rapWant to avoid a malpractice lawsuit? Check these tips on staying out of court.October 31, 2007Dental EducationWork less, earn more? One dentist explains howWilliam Blatchford boasts that his clients gross between $2 to $3 million annually, even when working with staffs of five or fewer. How do they do it?October 21, 2007Dental EducationADA Show Report: A better, smarter scheduleHaving every day's time slots filled with patient appointments is one sign you've made it as a dentist, but a jam-packed schedule could be driving your staff crazy -- and making your practice less profitable.September 30, 2007Page 1 of 2Next PageTop StoriesPractice SalesSelling smart: The return(s) of DSOs in 2024While activity in the dental mergers and acquisitions market slowed this past year, the second half of 2024 is expected to be an active period. Learn how your practice can benefit from this opportunity.Cosmetic'Kirko Chainz' gets smile that rivals teammates' blingHome46-year-old dentist dies in avalanchePractice TrendsThe cost barrier: How out-of-pocket expenses are impacting dental care accessSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.