Now more than ever, dentists, like all new professionals, are prioritizing work-life balance and overall well-being. This is having a profound impact on their ambitions and career choices. Unfortunately, with unprecedented debt loads burdening most dental grads, there is overwhelming pressure to start working (and earning income) as soon as they become licensed. The desire for balance and the pressure to work makes choosing the right career path all the more important. Navigating that choice...
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Toronto, ON – October 10, 2019 – dentalcorp, Canada’s leading network of dental clinics, announced today the creation of a new endowment fund by its Chief Dental Officer, Dr. Gary Glassman. This new achievement award recognizes and supports undergraduate dental students at the University of Toronto, and highlights Dr Glassman’s commitment to higher education.
With the rise of clear aligner therapy in dentistry, it has become increasingly common for general practitioners (GPs) to provide orthodontic services like Invisalign. Offering orthodontic services is a differentiating factor for general practitioners and can help set practices apart in today’s highly competitive market.
Toronto, ON – October 4, 2019 – For the second year running, dentalcorp, in partnership with DC Institute, has been recognized with the Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Award for its industry leading continuing education programs in dentistry. This year, the company was honoured with Gold – the highest designation – in the category of “Best Use of Blended Learning” for its Practice Manager New Hire Onboarding program.
Toronto, ON – September 26, 2019 – Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry will be able to enhance the learning experience for students and alumni alike, thanks to a significant $1-million gift from dentalcorp – the leading and largest network of dental clinics in Canada.
dentalcorp, Canada’s leading network of dental clinics, is pleased to announce today it has been named among the top 100 on the 2019 Growth 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies.
Our second annual Career Development Week was a success! Earlier this month, our dentalcorp Support Centre hosted a series of learning sessions, guest speakers and panel discussions, designed to support the personal and professional growth and development of all our team members.
TORONTO – September 12, 2019 – dentalcorp, Canada’s leading network of dental clinics, is pleased to announce today it has donated a $1,050,000 gift to the University of Saskatchewan (USask)’s College of Dentistry, the largest gift the college has received since its inception in 1968.
With September and the launch of a new school year, we inevitably begin to think about learning and education. When it comes to facilitating the learning and development of new healthcare professionals, mentoring is noted as being a key mechanism to accomplish this goal. While mentoring may not be as prevalent in dentistry as it is in other health professions, the principles and expected benefits are equally applicable and relevant.