You need to stay on top of dental industry updates, and these are some of the best dental resources to help you do just that. Learning from online resources is one of the best ways to grow as a team and as a practice, and there are a number of great ways to do just that.
Whether social media, podcasts, or websites, these are some of the best dental resources available.
American Dental Association’s News Twitter Account
The ADA News Twitter account is a great resource for all things ADA, as well as new studies. Staying on top of industry updates is important for every dentist, whether it’s new guidelines or different treatment methodologies.
Following the ADA News on Twitter gives you updates throughout the day, whether you spot their tweets in your feed or go their their profile regularly.
The Dentalpreneur Podcast
Dr. Mark Costes’ Dentalpreneur podcast is the perfect resource if you own a practice, or would like to in the near future. As a serial entrepreneur and dentist, he’s launched and sold multiple practices.
Each episode is filled with relevant tips and insights on how you can achieve your full potential. (Even if you don’t want to start your own practice!)
Dentistry Today provides industry news updates, product spotlights, videos, and more, all designed to help you grow as a dentist. It can be difficult to keep up with all the new products and services available. Dentistry Today, though, helps you focus on what you need to know across the industry.
You can also follow them on social media, for updates on the go.
Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
Known as one of the best in the industry, Gary Takacs is one of the best dental resources to follow. His Thriving Dentist Show podcast shares insights he’s learned from his time as a practice management consultant.
This is typically an interview style show, so you not only get Takacs’ knowledge, but also his guests’.
Journal of the American Dental Association
JADA offers dentists updates on emerging research, offering a reliable scientific resource for your team. Their reports range from antibiotic use for dentists to the relationship between educational debt and career choices.
While some content is for members only, they still offer an array of resources for everyone.
Dentistry is a continually changing field, and it’s important to stay informed. These dental resources can help you stay on track between patients and on the go. And of course, our own blog has information to help you improve patient care and stay ready to treat whatever cases may come into your office!