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A keystroke or two opens the door to hundreds of sites on many practice areas - a generous representation of what today's practitioners need to know. Regardless of the specialization, these sections offer in-depth industry info, news, technical support and business tools geared to keeping dental professionals conversant and current in their disciplines.

  • What you need to know
    Experienced dental professionals know that building knowledge is an ongoing process, because there’s always something to learn. As for dentists with new practices, basic business understanding is a must. Here is a virtual handbook on a number of operational topics – including Software and Hardware, Vendor Relations, Staff and Employment, Sales and Marketing, Customer Service and Purchasing, Insurance, and Communications.
  • Industry Publications
    Running a dental practice is a business as much as a science. To this end, publications featured in this section deal with management, operational, educational and technical issues. Moreover, some also cover breaking news and important industry developments. Many are available in both print and digital formats. In certain cases, free subscriptions are available to eligible practitioners.
  • Trade Associations and Resources
    In today's complicated economy, there is much more to the small business dental practice than just beautiful smiles. The dental practitioner must be knowledgeable on everything from financing to marketing to office management, all while keeping up with the clinical side of dentistry. This section provides information on support and resources to help the dental practitioner thrive and better serve his or her patients and the community.
  • Licensing/Certification, Training & Cont.
    Refer to this section for continuing education and training opportunities for dentists, dental office managers, assistants and other support staff. Links to professional organizations that provide applicable courses, such as the American Dental Association, are included. Also reviewed are the basic licensing requirements for dental hygienists and dental assistants.




This Resource Center is designed to offer helpful news, tips, and tools for general informational purposes ONLY; it is not intended to provide legal and/or financial advice or recommendations for any specific individual, business, or circumstance. The offerings found here are provided by third parties, which are neither controlled nor endorsed by Bank of Oklahoma. Bank of Oklahoma does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and content. Additionally, links to third party sites are provided only for your convenience. Third party sites are neither controlled nor endorsed by Bank of Oklahoma and may not have the same privacy, security or accessibility standards. Third Parties are solely responsible for the content and availability of such sites.

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