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Schein Offers Free Webinar Series

Company aims to help dentists about to launch practices.


 Henry Schein is offering a “Life After Dental School” webinar series starting in October.

The free series is designed for dental residents and fourth-year dental students preparing for careers as dentists or specialists.

The four-part webinar series will examine career options and a guide for success, with topics ranging from how to make the most out of an “associateship,” to obtaining financing for a start-up practice.

"Henry Schein is committed to helping young dental practitioners succeed," said Keith Drayer, Vice President of Henry Schein Financial Services. "We are pleased to provide the necessary tools and resources, along with guidance on the do’s and don’ts for helping new professionals thrive in existing dental clinics or in practices of their own.”

Here is the schedule for the Henry Schein “Life After Dental School” webinar series. Webinars are free, but advanced registration is required.

Dental Practice Purchases/Acquisitions, presented by Dr. Tom Snyder, director, Henry Schein Professional Practice Transitions Oct. 15, 9-10 p.m.  and Oct. 17, 6-7 p.m.

This webinar will cover the advantages and disadvantages of a dental practice acquisition, as well as the different options available, and why practice values vary around the country.

Practice Start-Ups, presented by Keith Drayer, Vice President, Henry Schein Financial Services - Nov. 5, 9-10 p.m. and Nov. 7, 6-7 p.m. This webinar will cover the advantages and disadvantages of practice start-ups, obtaining financing, and how to identify the partners that will help you be successful.

Managing a Dental Practice, presented by Sally McKenzie, Founder & CEO, McKenzie Management - Dec. 3, 9-10 p.m. and Dec. 5, 6-7 p.m.  This webinar will cover how to attract new patients, hire a successful staff, and determine billing procedures.

For more information, contact Henry Schein Financial Services at HSFS@henryschein.com.

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