Ressources

Votre association dentaire provinciale (ADP) est membre de l’Association dentaire canadienne (ADC). Votre ADP est une excellente source d’information et de réseautage pour les étudiants en médecine dentaire et les nouveaux dentistes (voir les coordonnées ci-dessous). Les ressources supplémentaires présentées dans cette section sont fournies par le CDSPI, l’ADC et d’autres organisations connexes qui ont contribué à la création de ce site Web.

Association dentaire provinciale

CDSPI

Le CDSPI est un organisme à but non lucratif dont les membres sont l’ADC et neuf associations dentaires provinciales. Le CDSPI administre des programmes d’assurance et de placements ainsi que d’autres services répondant aux besoins de la profession dentaire et des étudiants en médecine dentaire au Canada.

Régimes d’assurance offerts aux dentistes qui travaillent à pourcentage

Association dentaire canadienne

L’ADC a enregistré des témoignages audio afin de fournir aux étudiants et aux nouveaux dentistes des informations personnelles sur les divers cheminements de carrière proposés aux dentistes canadiens.

Autres ressources

Les ressources ci-dessous sont en anglais seulement.

Collège américain des prosthodontistes

American College of Prosthodontists Position Statement on Corporate Dentistry

Académie de médecine dentaire générale

AGD Investigative Report on the Corporate Practice of Dentistry
What is corporate dentistry? How do corporate models of dentistry vary from solo practice corporations, small group practices, or other large group practices? Are all models of corporate dentistry the same? Will corporate models continue to grow, or have they reached a plateau? Many have heard the term “corporate dentistry,” but few understand its vast spectrum of definitions and implications. Recognizing the need for dentists to be better informed, the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) responded in 2012 by launching an investigation into corporate models of dentistry.

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Academy of General Dentistry questions that any dentist should ask before getting involved with any practice model.
Important questions every dentist should ask before making a practice model decision (from the 2013 Investigative Report on the Corporate Practice of Dentistry from the Academy of General Dentistry): a. Who is my employer? b. Who can create or edit a treatment plan? Who is responsible for the treatment plan? Do I have the authority to disagree or change a treatment plan?

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Tier Three Brokerage

A Very Bad Financial Decision by Dr. Bernie Dolansky and Mr. Bill Henderson
Selling a successful dental practice is a very bad financial decision. It may seem strange, or at the very least, counter-intuitive, that people who deal in the sale of dental practices would categorize the decision to sell a practice as a bad financial decision. However, anyone who has been paying attention to the evolving ownership patterns for dental practices in Ontario is aware of the increasing number of practices that are being sold to large corporate groups that are buying and own multiple practices. The primary drivers of this very visible phenomenon are the availability of a pool of dentists willing to work as non-owners (associates); the increasing amount of investment capital that is coming into the dental practice market; and the great returns on investment that dental practice ownership provides.

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