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April 2015 Work-Life Balance
Put more “life” in your work–life balance. Explore 5 tips to avoid burnout and discover how to take control of your time in practice. Plus, what’s missing from your geriatric anesthesia plan?
This video discusses the dental anatomy of both the tooth and the periodontium.
This video defines directional terminology concerning location of pathology in the oral cavity for medical record or dental charting purposes, including skull, intraoral, and, tooth.
Even the best of us sometimes are poor listeners. Learn to optimize your ability to really “hear” what clients are trying to communicate.
When you are prepared, the impact of an emergency situation can be greatly mitigated, team and patient safety is protected, and the ability to support your community is enhanced.
The student loan debt is a hot topic among many professions, including veterinary medicine. What's the solution to these financial challenges?
Feeling burned out, overworked, or overwhelmed? It’s probably time to set boundaries for yourself, with your team, and with your clients.
It’s not about making more time—it’s about using your time wisely. Discover 4 ways to achieve real work–life balance.
Is discounting right for your practice? Consider these pros and cons of offering discounts.
Distorted thinking patterns keep us from reaching our potential—both personally and professionally. How can you avoid falling into these traps?
Client education is critical when it comes to successful mite management. Here are a few signs clients should watch for.
From types of mites and treatments to client communication and zoonotic risk, prepare your team for successful mite management.
Use this checklist to make sure each team member knows his or her role in the management of mite infestation.
Which mite responds to selamectin? Use this guide to determine treatment options for common mites.
Explore 5 of the most common mites that can lead to skin, otic, and respiratory problems in patients.
Does your practice seem chaotic and your team stressed? These suggestions can help create a productive, enjoyable workplace.
Use these tips to simplify your communication and put more “life” back in your work–life balance.
Concurrent health concerns in older dogs can complicate anesthesia. How can you minimize the risks?
The front-office team makes the first impression for your practice. Follow these steps—and download these helpful handouts—to make the right hire.
Which system do you use when documenting teeth? This video discusses two different tooth numbering systems—the Anatomic System and the Modified Triadan System.
Educate clients on the importance of always keeping these eight documents handy. Share this post and more from this month's Social Media Calendar.