Is It Time for A Career Change?

A career in dentistry will change your life.  At Dental Office Training By Lynn, we pride ourselves in making a career in dentistry affordable and attainable. Here are 6 signs that may indicate it’s time for a career change.

1. Lack of interest

Although you’re great at your profession, you’ve lost your drive and ambition to succeed. Apathy and lack of passion may indicate a desire for something more. Dental careers offer a professional environment and provide you an opportunity to help others. Flexible hours and great pay also make this career even more rewarding!

2. Lack of  self-esteem

Low self-esteem can not only be physically draining but can affect other employees as well.  If you’re feeling overwhelmed and inadequate, then dental assisting can may be a great career choice. Helping others is a great way to find your smile again. A smile has no language barriers. Help brighten the world.

3. Lack of employment opportunities

Many college graduates are having difficulty obtaining employment after graduation. This is causing an influx of people who are over-qualified for the position. A career in dentistry can help you succeed in other non-traditional pathways like marketing, sales, insurance, and coding. Dentistry is more than what you see in an office.  It takes an entire team in many different areas for an office to succeed.

4. Lack of growth

If you feel you’ve reached your potential and can’t advance then dental assisting might be a better opportunity.  Continuing education seminars and experience will always continue to reach your goals and challenge you.  In dentistry you will always continue to learn about new products and techniques.  Patients will always appreciate your expertise and advice on how to maintain a healthy and fabulous smile!

5. Lack of energy

Your profession might take its toll on you mentally and physically but your energy should be new everyday. Dental assistant require a positive attitude and a great deal of energy.  You might be tired at the end of the day but you will feel great the next morning and excited about providing health care to patients that respect your worth.

6. Lack of value

A profession is worth more than a paycheck. However dental assistant can earn a great paycheck with additional incentives and bonuses.  You will become a valuable team member that is respected, trusted, and invaluable to your employer and staff members.

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