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Tuesday
Nov062012

Top Six Myths About The Mentor Program

Take a minute to think back to when you were in dental school. If you didn’t have a mentor, would having one have helped you? If you did have a mentor, are you ready to pay that experience forward? Students at the UWSoD need you — your experience, your knowledge, and even your shoulder — best of all, it's not hard to do. Sign up here

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Monday
Nov052012

WSDA to host Hospitality Buffet prior to WDS Annual Meeting on November 15

On November 15, WSDA will host a hospitality buffet from 4:30p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the Northwest 1 room of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel/Seattle Airport for all dentists attending the WDS Annual Meeting. The buffet will feature deli meats, salads and beverages, and will provide a relaxing and private place for attending dentists to congregate, socialize and discuss the meeting.

If you cannot attend the WDS Annual Meeting (Thursday, November 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Doubletree By Hilton Hotel/Seattle Airport), it is imperative that you visit the Concerned Dentists of Washington State website for their suggestions on how to vote in the upcoming election for WDS board members. Your proxy forms are due by November 14th.

If you are planning on attending the meeting, you do not need to do anything with your proxy form.
Friday
Nov022012

The Need for Life Insurance


Even if you are experiencing some financial challenges, Life Insurance should never be thought of as a non-essential expense. If a family loses a main breadwinner, the financial consequences could range from simply challenging to totally devastating. Life Insurance is one of the most important things you can have to ensure that your family will be taken care of if something happens to you.

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Thursday
Nov012012

Department of Ecology - Hazardous Waste Directory

Dental offices throughout Washington state create a wide variety of waste during the course of a normal business day. Hazardous waste can result from the use of amalgam, fluorescent bulbs, X-ray fixer and cleaning and disinfecting solutions. It is important that dentists comply with laws and regulations and dispose of these wastes properly.

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