March 7, 2011

In the marketplace, versatility is key to marketability. Many dental assistants who work chairside may find themselves also working at the front desk or transitioning into an office management role. Possessing strong office management skills can position you as a valuable employee at your current job, or make you a stand-out candidate when interviewing for a new job.

Enhance your career through interactive, online course covering important topics for general dental and specialty practices. HR Fundamentals for the Dental Office is a great resource for those new to dental office management, as well as seasoned professionals, such as Inge Carosello. Inge, a dental office manager with more than 35 years of experience, says the course was "informative and challenging," and she would "definitely" encourage others to take it.

Inge is the manager at a dental office in Ohio. She enjoys her career and the fast-paced nature of her work. "Every day is different; I am never bored."

Continuing education and professional development are her priorities. Inge is a member of the American Association of Dental Office Managers (AADOM) and has also completed the Accounts Receivable for the Dental Office course.

When asked what words of wisdom she would like to pass on to others in the field, Inge says, "I feel the day you think you know everything is the day you should leave. I learn something at every seminar and course, and hope to be doing this for another 35 years."

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