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Inside Dentistry eBook

Discover a New Way to Practice Dentistry: Is a Dental Support Organization Right for Me?

October 30, 2018

Commercial Supporter:

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

  • By law dentists must own and operated their practices. The DSO does NOT handle clinical affairs–that is the dentist's domain.
  • DSOs implement risk management, the practice of identifying potential risks in advance, analyzing them, and taking precautionary steps to reduce/curb the risk.
  • Good DSOs know how to attract and keep patients in chair, leading to a steady income and increased proficiency.

You went to school to be a dentist, not a business owner.  A dental support organization (DSO) can enable you to concentrate on clinical affairs, while it handles the business side of operating a practice. 

This eBook details what you need to know about working with a DSO, including career and educational opportunities, risk management, purchasing power, clinical autonomy, and ownership options.

DSOs are becoming increasingly common in dentistry today. Is this model right for you?

 

 

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