We are a trusted and accomplished provider of mobile dental services. Our professionalism and quality driven approach delivers the highest results to our service members and customers throughout the country.

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There are great benefits of locum tenen work, both on the employee and employer side. Locum tenens can fill in for as little or as many days as possible for a variety of reasons. In certain situations, they might even be requested to become a permanent replacement. It is important that we understand the benefits for both the employee and employer to see if it is the right fit for you. No matter what point you are at in your career, considering to be a locum tenens provider is a great option. Many join in during transitional periods in their career or at a time when they are not ready for the pressure to run their own office. Becoming a locum tenens provider can help you advance in your career as a dental professional. According to Barton Associates the main reason why providers go down the locum tenens provider route is because of freedom. It allows you to work in different locations and facilities before you make a commitment to start your own practice, retire or join a practice. It is also a great way to manage a work life balance. You can work as often or as little as wanted. Being able to have freedom in your schedule is highly desired by many individuals. There is great flexibility in locum tenens work. It is also often considered a way to earn extra income. Some individuals even do locum tenens work for pre-retirement planning. Perhaps they are retired but are not quite ready to call it quits. Some other instances where you can utilize locum tenens work include vacations, staffing training times, while searching for permanent staff members and overall challenging situations in the office.  No matter what your current situation is, locum tenens opportunities are sure to fit your needs. Utilizing a locum tenens provider can help to keep your facility prepared during both planned and unplanned leaves of absence. It allows staff members to have job stability during times where the primary dentist cannot be in the office. Since patient care is most important, locum tenens providers are there to make sure your patients are always receiving great care. Here at Complete Dental Staffing, we make sure that we hire qualified individuals to fill the job. Our locum tenens understand staffing might be needed within short notice, which will help for last minute gaps to be filled. Overall, locum tenens provide great benefits for dental professionals. Flexibility is one of the largest driving forces for employees. For dental offices, it is great to know that CDS can help fill the gaps when needed. Feel free to reach out to us to receive more information or to discuss locum tenens work further. We look forward to hearing from you. Source: Why Work Locum Tenens? | Barton Associates. (n.d.). Retrieved April 25, 2019, from https://www.bartonassociates.com/locum-tenens/why-locum-tenens

With oral health being spotlighted this month, it is especially important to understand your overall oral health. That is why we have gathered information for you to share with your patients so they can increase their understanding of oral health. Feel free to share this information on your professional web pages or to print out for your offices to share with your patients directly.

It is noted that poor oral health can affect the whole body. There are very simple guidelines that can help for us to eliminate and prevent poor oral health. These include brushing your teeth 2 times a day with fluoride toothpaste, replacing your toothbrush every 3 – 4 months, flossing once a day and visiting the dentist every 6 months. These tasks may seem easy, but many people are affected by poor oral health. The following are facts about oral health.

  • 1. More than 1 in 4, or 27%, of adults have untreated tooth decay.
  • 2. Nearly half of all adults, 46%, aged 30 years or older show signs of gum disease.
  • 3. Severe gum disease affects about 9% of adults.

 

With this knowledge, it is important to properly take care of ourselves to prevent diseases. In order to do so we must look at all areas of our lives. Lifestyle choices can play a large part in our oral health as well. It is also important to talk to your dental professionals to see what else can be done to take care of your oral health.

 

 

Anthem. (1970, August 13). 5 Things That Will Change the Way You Think About Brushing and Flossing. Retrieved March 7, 2019, from https://www.anthem.com/infographic/living-healthy/5-dental-health-facts/?cnslocale=en_US_co

Each year on March 20th, World Oral Health Day is celebrated across the globe. This celebration was originally declared in 2007 but was not put into full effect until 2013. There is great correlation between the celebration and the certain date it falls on, being the 20th of the month. The reasoning’s are as followed.

  • Seniors must have a total of 20 natural teeth at the end of their life to be considered healthy.
  • Children should possess 20 baby teeth.
  • Healthy adults must have a total of 32 teeth and 0 dental cavities. Expressed on a numerical basis this can be translated as 3/20, hence March 20th.

 

The purpose of this celebration is to bring about overall awareness of improving oral health. Below are facts about oral health. It is important to know the facts so we can better take care of ourselves.

We here at Complete Mobile Dentistry invite you to celebrate World Oral Health Day with us! Share the awareness by using the following hashtag. #worldoralhealthday

Information Source: About. (2018, December 14). Retrieved March 1, 2019, from http://www.worldoralhealthday.org/about

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!

PARENTS! Have your littles watch this video to keep them brushing for 2 minutes!! Brought to you by the American Dental Association!

Keep brushing littles!

 

Complete Mobile Dentistry of DeForest, WI was recently awarded two contracts not to exceed 200 million in value with the Army Dental Command.  These contracts are to provide dental staff on 43 military bases in 22 states, and have expanded Complete Mobile Dentistry workforce to 38 states in the United States, adding over 369 fulltime employees to its network.  Complete Mobile Dentistry has recently broke ground on a 5,000 sq ft expansion to its corporate headquarters to support its growing corporate staff.  Work on these contracts started on December 1, 2018 and are five years in length.

 

 

When it comes to Dental Staff…Complete Mobile Dentistry & Complete Dental Staffing…are industry experts in giving dental professionals the opportunity to serve!

One Roof…One Team…

We have the infrastructure in place to help staff connect with opportunity AND your office to connect with staff.

Contact us today!

                                                              

Call 608.492.5752, Or visit: CompleteDentalStaffing.com                       Call 608.492.5746, Or visit: CompleteMobileDentistry.com


 

Complete Dental Staffing

Our mission is to fulfill client needs with quality dental staff to ensure your office continues to run productively and efficiently. We focus on placing trusted dental professionals to care for your patients.

 

Looking For Staff?

LIFE HAPPENS: Let us help you through transition periods. We accommodate planned or unplanned leaves of absence.

  • Our staff will care for your patients so that you or your staff can take time off.
  • Our trusted dental professionals help your office stay on track during stressful times.
  • We have energetic, experienced staff to help you when you need them.
  • One call and Complete Dental Staffing will find staff, take care of payroll, employment taxes and year-end reporting to allow your staff to focus on patient care!

Looking For Work?

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE: We have positions for DENTISTS, HYGIENISTS, and ASSISTANTS

  • Be a dental hero! Help an office in need!!
  • Expand your experience, skill set, and dental network.
  • Supplement your work schedule and occasionally work on your days off.
  • Retired, but still want to practice on your terms?
  • Work as often as you want (flexible schedule to meet your lifestyle).

 

 

Complete Mobile Dentistry

We are a trusted and accomplished provider of mobile dental services. Our professionalism and quality driven approach deliver the highest results to our service members and customers throughout the country.

BECOME A PART OF OUR REWARDING MISSION.

  • Supplement your income while using your dental skill set to give back to the U.S. military.
  • Expand your experience and dental network.
  • Rewarding opportunity to work with civic-minded dental professionals from various backgrounds to accomplish a common goal.
  • Fun, fast-paced work environment in a unique setting, unlike your day-to-day office job.
  • These weekend assignments will leave you with a sense of accomplishment.

November 1st is National Brush Day!

The ADA, The American Dental Association, asked dentists if they pass out tricks or treats for Halloween and 76% of the dentists who participated indicated that they do hand out candy for Halloween! Some pair this with a toothbrush and reminder to brush, but not all!

 

If you are looking to pass out more teeth-friendly alternatives, check out some of these options:

Glow Sticks! Who doesn’t love glow sticks!

Trick-or-Treating Beverages! Pass out some decorated water bottles! A great thing for the trekking trick-or-treaters to have!

Pumpkin Oranges! Decorate oranges with fun pumpkin faces! Be sure to use non-toxic markers.

Sugarfree Chewing Gum! Make sure it is okay for the kiddo, but sugar-free gum is a great addition to the Halloween bucket! Research shows that chewing sugarfree gum after eating (meals or candy), helps prevent cavities by stimulating saliva production!

Tricky Trinkets! Spooky fun could include spider rings, vampire teeth, witch fingers, and whatnot! Fake mustaches or funky glasses too!

Crafty things! Stickers, stamps, pencils, etc all make for great fun treats for your little visitors!

Bubbles! Playdoh! Notepads! Mini-Flashlights (perhaps to make a few future dentists!)!

CMD recruited and supplied a total of 342 dental HCPs, staffing 68 events in 17 states, from 02 Nov., 2015 to  08 Nov., 2015, accomplishing a total of  4,685 dental exams over the span of seven (7) days.

Complete Mobile Dentistry, Inc. has traveled outside the country to provide dental readiness for our Service Members. CMD has staffed events in American Samoa 5 times and also traveled to Germany, Guam, and Puerto Rico.

Complete Mobile Dentistry, Inc. is able to meet the needs of a variety of clients. Our staffing knowledge and experience, as well as our innovative recruiting efforts, give us the ability to be multifaceted. Historically during our busy season we have staffed almost 900 positions in a single month.

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There are great benefits of locum tenen work, both on the employee and employer side. Locum tenens can fill in for as little or as many days as possible for a variety of reasons. In certain situations, they might even be requested to become a permanent replacement. It is important that we understand the benefits for both the employee and employer to see if it is the right fit for you. No matter what point you are at in your career, considering to be a locum tenens provider is a great option. Many join in during transitional periods in their career or at a time when they are not ready for the pressure to run their own office. Becoming a locum tenens provider can help you advance in your career as a dental professional. According to Barton Associates the main reason why providers go down the locum tenens provider route is because of freedom. It allows you to work in different locations and facilities before you make a commitment to start your own practice, retire or join a practice. It is also a great way to manage a work life balance. You can work as often or as little as wanted. Being able to have freedom in your schedule is highly desired by many individuals. There is great flexibility in locum tenens work. It is also often considered a way to earn extra income. Some individuals even do locum tenens work for pre-retirement planning. Perhaps they are retired but are not quite ready to call it quits. Some other instances where you can utilize locum tenens work include vacations, staffing training times, while searching for permanent staff members and overall challenging situations in the office.  No matter what your current situation is, locum tenens opportunities are sure to fit your needs. Utilizing a locum tenens provider can help to keep your facility prepared during both planned and unplanned leaves of absence. It allows staff members to have job stability during times where the primary dentist cannot be in the office. Since patient care is most important, locum tenens providers are there to make sure your patients are always receiving great care. Here at Complete Dental Staffing, we make sure that we hire qualified individuals to fill the job. Our locum tenens understand staffing might be needed within short notice, which will help for last minute gaps to be filled. Overall, locum tenens provide great benefits for dental professionals. Flexibility is one of the largest driving forces for employees. For dental offices, it is great to know that CDS can help fill the gaps when needed. Feel free to reach out to us to receive more information or to discuss locum tenens work further. We look forward to hearing from you. Source: Why Work Locum Tenens? | Barton Associates. (n.d.). Retrieved April 25, 2019, from https://www.bartonassociates.com/locum-tenens/why-locum-tenens

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