The Articulate Dentist - A Blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society
Unprecedented Times

Unprecedented Times

     By: Mr. Steven Karsh Indeed, we are living in unprecedented times as we enter a new phase of the pandemic. A look at the economic landscape tells us we have (for now): 1. Record levels of economic stimulus - both fiscal (government spending) and monetary (Federal...

Hiring From a Different Perspective

Hiring From a Different Perspective

     By: Dr. William van Dyk Reprinted with permission from Dental Practice Success, Spring 2021. Copyright 2021 © American Dental Association. Dentists are continually searching for ideal employees. In many instances, they feel it's necessary to settle for...

The Articulate Dentist is a blog by the Metro Denver Dental Society, providing members with insight into the dental industry, practice management tips, tech trends and best practices as well as Society news and updates.

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