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Kimberly Bray RDH, MS
September 20, 2012
In my previous column, I addressed critical issues to consider when hiring an associate and deciding if his or her relationship with your practice should be as an employee or as an independent contractor. This relationship doesn’t just set parameters on how you and the associate will work together, it also applies directly to what must occur should it become necessary for you and the associate to part ways.
August 9, 2012
A crucial first step for any dentist hiring a new associate is deciding how to structure the employment relationship. Associates may be hired either as employees or as independent contractors. It is important to clearly define the nature of the relationship, as this distinction has significant effects on a number of areas important to the employer’s practice.
June 21, 2012
Three-dimensional diagnostic vision in dental radiography is making waves in dentistry around the world. With multiple indications, we lack clarity with regard to proper indications and guidelines for use of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging for dental diagnostics and therapeutic treatment. My journey with CBCT technology began four years ago.
January 26, 2010
Over the years, endodontics has diminished itself by enabling the presumption that it is comprised of a narrowly defined service mix; root canal therapy purportedly begins at the apex and ends at the orifice. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is the catalyst and precursor of a multivariate continuum, potentially the foundational pillar of all phases of any rehabilitation.