A private, well-established orthodontic practice in Omaha, Nebraska is seeking to add an associate doctor to their amazing team.
Omaha has evolved into a thriving metropolis known for its constantly evolving dining scene, friendly people, and successful businesses. It has a population has of a larger city but Omaha prides itself on still maintaining a small-town feel! Enjoy the perks of thriving businesses, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of entertainment options.
Omaha is a perfect place to call home. The cost of living is 8% lower than the national average and the Penny Hoarder recently named it One of the Best Cities for Millennials. Omaha is One of the Best and Most Affordable Places to Live ranked by Yahoo Finance. Omaha is also very welcoming to new business, and home to a collection of Fortune 500 companies – the strongest concentration of corporations in the Midwest. In fact, it was recently nicknamed “Silicon Prairie.”
A private, well-established orthodontic practice located in Eastern Nebraska is currently for sale.
Look no further than Billionaire Warren Buffett for a reason why the Cornhusker State is a great place to reside. If it’s good enough for him, it is definitely a great place to live, work and raise a family. Nebraska has a plethora of outdoor attractions and charming small towns. There are many Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the state as the economy is strong in banking, insurance, transportation, and also home to the Offutt Air Force Base. Nebraska has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country and is annually rated as one of the friendliest cities to live in.
Located in the middle of America where the Midwest meets the Great Plains, Nebraska provides a beautiful setting for residents and visitors. Saturdays in the Fall are special, as many locals take in a University of Nebraska Cornhusker football game. There are many locations to go hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, hunting, boating, and windsurfing. Whether you’re a history buff, car enthusiast, nature lover, foodie, or a lover of the odd & obscure, there’s an attraction for everyone in the Midwest state.
A private, multi-location practice located in Southern Virginia is for sale.
Southern Virginia is dotted with lively American Main Street communities, Revolutionary history, Civil War battlefields, and Civil Rights heritage. The region is home to many stunning scenic byways and country roads that will lead through beautiful state parks and attractions. If you enjoy motorsports, Southern Virginia’s raceways will keep your heart racing – there’s no wonder it’s called Virginia’s Racing Region. It’s home to six speedways and raceways, there’s plenty of NASCAR, motorsport, track racing, and racing tradition.
The outdoors and waterways of Southern Virginia are vast with an abundance of hiking, biking, boating, hunting, and fishing opportunities. With miles of shoreline to enjoy, scenic byways, and lush countryside to meander through, opportunities for outdoor recreation and water sports abound. The quaint historic communities offer shopping, antiques, and both homestyle and eclectic dining. Southern Virginia is home to three world-class resorts – Primland Resort, Virginia International Raceway, and Berry Hill Resort. Southern Virginia is an easy drive to enjoy professional sports played by the Carolina Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes or collegiate teams like Virginia Tech, UVA, UNC, and Duke.
A private orthodontic practice with locations in Galax and Wytheville, Virginia is seeking an associate to join their amazing team.
The Blue Ridge Highland area is one of the most attractive regions of Virginia – located between the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Allegheny Mountains. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Appalachian Trail roll across the mountains, which are home to scenic rivers, streams, and lakes. It’s sometimes referred to as the Birthplace of Country music and the old-time mountain music can be heard regularly along Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail. There are unique and unforgettable experiences at many wineries and craft breweries that can be found in the many small towns and mountain slopes.
Wythe County is surrounded by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and offers an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. Locals and visitors enjoy hiking on the numerous mountain trails that provide opportunities to see breathtaking forests and foliage in many relatively untouched areas. A variety of recreational activities await from hiking, camping, fishing, horseback riding – all within a convenient distance to numerous restaurants, motels, campgrounds, and attractions!
A well-established, multi-location, private practice located in the Greater Greenville, South Carolina area is seeking an orthodontic associate.
Greenville is an up-and-coming city, in fact, it’s America’s 4th fastest-growing city! It was recently named one of the Best Small Cities in the U.S. by National Geographic Traveler. It offers a lot to all who either live there or visit. One of the many perks of life in Upstate South Carolina is its location – it’s only a few hours away from the beaches on the East Coast and the quaint mountain towns of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Greenville is also geographically halfway between two of the South’s urban hubs: Charlotte and Atlanta.
As the city’s economy grows, it continues to bring in a variety of industries to the area. Its low tax rate and excellent workforce have attracted Fortune 500 companies such as 3M, Lockheed, and General Electric. There is an abundance of job opportunities for young professionals in the area, earning the title as the 13th Best City for Young Adults by Forbes Magazine. As the economy has grown, the city’s infrastructure, like the International Airport has grown too. Greenville is also home to some of the state’s finest hospitals and health facilities.
Downtown Greenville has everything from shopping and fine dining to live music and festivals. The downtown area is pedestrian-friendly, making it easy to enjoy boutiques and more than 100 restaurants in the city. Everyone can enjoy outdoor plazas and sidewalk dining as well as art galleries and performance venues throughout the year. There is always something exciting going on – no wonder it’s listed as one of the Country’s Top 10 Downtowns!
A well-established, two-location orthodontic practice located in the Southeastern Region of Tennessee is seeking a motivated full-time orthodontist to join their team. The position has full health care benefits, 401k, very competitive compensation, and future equity position.
The Southeastern Tennessee region offers a lifestyle that appeals to both young professionals and families. The region offers a lower cost of living, abundant career opportunities, ease of getting around, and NO STATE INCOME TAXES. The area encompasses southeast Tennessee, northwest Georgia, and northeast Alabama – which all checks the top quality of life boxes. The Tennessee River meanders through the heart of the region, and the surrounding Appalachian Mountains offer opportunities to fish, paddle, hike, climb, and hang glide.
Travel publisher, Frommer’s tagged Chattanooga’s public as the best public markets in the United States. In addition, Livability.com named the Chattanooga region in the Top 100 Best Places to Live in 2019, in part because of its affordability, especially the housing cost. The region’s energy and promise have caught the eye of many developers who have come in and developed numerous parks, community villages, workout facilities, new restaurants, and breweries.
Our first “Residents-Only Live Webinar” was a huge hit! We interviewed Dr. Nic Bisig and he provided exceptional insight and guidance to attendees regarding associate opportunities. He explained the different types of practices/models, income expectations, production-based incentives, digital platforms, and most importantly how to engage with a team to ensure your success. If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend, we hope you will be able to join us next month. We wanted to share Dr. Bisig’s final thoughts and career advice from the webinar with young doctors as they are job searching as we feel it is spot-on for a successful orthodontic career!
Dr. Nic Bisig’s Words of Wisdom
1. Find a mentor if possible. One that is a strong clinician and one that is a leader. It doesn’t always have to be an orthodontist.
2. You don’t need to be a trailblazer. Come in with ideas, but be prepared to practice similar to your employer.
3. Focus on your craft! Learn to get consistently great finishes. The first five years out of residency is still a residency. Trust me when I say “you can barely do anything when you graduate”. The first five years post of residency will determine if you will be a great clinician or an average/subaverage clinician.
4. Be humble. No one cares you’re a doctor except your parents. Be nice to everyone around you.
5. Serve everyone around you. Your patients and your team are always above you. Remember “you eat last” make sure everyone on your team is taken care of before you serve yourself.
6. Pick your leadership style because not being a leader is NOT an option. I chose to be a servant leader/coach based on my personality type and past experience with sports. Use every snap/rep/clincheck/appt to be a learning opportunity for you and that team member. Team members want to do a good job, and they need clarity to do a good job. Don’t be afraid to tell them why you want something done and make sure they understand and move on.
7. BUILD UP EVERY PERSON ON YOUR TEAM. One of the biggest things I’ve learned since being out is the more you raise everyone around you, the easier your day will be. I believe in having seven “mini orthodontists” in the clinic with me at all times. It’s a little harder to work with me, because I insist that our team members understand everything that is happening clinically and why we do it that way.
8. Constantly praise your team! Praise them in each appt, each morning, and each interaction with a patient. Remember that you are only one person and the brand of the practice you are in is more than just the doctor. Team members spend more time with patients than you.
We hope you will join us for the next “Residents-Only Live Webinar” with our special guest attorney, Dan Sroka, in June. Dan will discuss associate contracts and what you need to know before signing one. We will limit this live event to 100 attendees so be sure to mark your calendar. Registration details will be coming soon, so watch your email! This is will be a “live” event, so if you register, we ask that you attend and if you are unable to attend that you let us know so we can offer the spot to another attendee.
A multi-specialty practice located in Bel Air, Maryland is seeking a full-time Orthodontic Associate to join their team.
The Greater Baltimore area is located on the Chesapeake Bay and is a melting pot of cultures and neighborhoods, ranging from metal and glass skyscrapers to brick row houses to the famous Inner Harbor. The area is growing at a fast rate and the city is full of vitality. Because of this, it’s no surprise that it has been nicknamed the “Charm City.” Whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of city life or the peace and quiet of suburbia, Baltimore and the surrounding region have a lot to offer. The metropolitan area has a diverse economy and is very diverse with strong financial, legal, and nonprofit service industries. The city also leads in scientific research and development with two highly acclaimed medical institutions – Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University of Maryland Hospital.
Baltimore has several cultural attractions for locals and visitors to explore. There are many theaters to take in a show, such as the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, The Lyric Theatre, and Hippodrome Theatre. Visit one of Baltimore’s 280 properties identified as historical in the National Registry. Relax and enjoy the warm nights with family or friends at the Harbor, Federal Hill, or Fells Point, where you can enjoy a nice meal and drinks on the waterfront. Enjoy watching the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards or Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
The greater Baltimore area boasts of a low unemployment rate compared to the rest of the United States. There are many opportunities in the science, technology, engineering, and math sectors. Recently, the city was ranked as one of the Best Places to Work in the Nation. The reasons to live in and around Baltimore are endless.
A well-established orthodontic practice located in Des Moines, IA is seeking a motivated full-time orthodontist to join their team.The position has full health care benefits, 401k, very competitive compensation, and future equity position.
Des Moines is a welcoming, diverse, and vibrant community with affordable and accessible amenities for its residents and businesses. The city is the core of one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the Midwest and is filled with community pride and accolades. In fact, according to a recent Gallup poll, the residents of Des Moines say they are proud of their community or area where they live.
The area offers affordable living, vibrant amenities, welcoming suburbs, and world-class education. The cost of living in Des Moines is lower than the national average and housing prices are generally below the national median. It has been ranked as the #3 Best Affordable Place to Live in the United States. Housing options are abundant – from downtown city lofts to classic suburban homes.
There are so many activities to do and see in the city. Cultural events and festivals draw all ages to the downtown area. There is plenty of shopping available at the one-of-a-kind shops, many locally-owned restaurants to dine in, a colorful art scene to enjoy, and trendy bars to enjoy an evening of entertainment. For outdoor enthusiasts, there are bike trails, over 75 parks, and a handful of lakes. Nerdwallet has included Des Moines in its Top 10 Best City for Quality of Life and it has been referred to as a “World Festival and Event City.”
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Our mission is to brighten futures through authentic smiles within our communities. We love people first, straighten teeth second. At Smile Doctors, we see people as people and embrace authentic smiles. Our people-first culture creates a fun-loving contagious environment with positive interactions that inspire team members and patients to uplift themselves and others within the communities we serve.
A well-established orthodontic practice located in Southern Wisconsin is seeking a motivated full-time orthodontist to join their team. The position has full health care benefits, 401k, very competitive compensation, and future equity position.
With shores on both Lake Michigan and Lake Superior and a border with the Mississippi River to the west, Wisconsin is a Midwestern gem. Three Wisconsin cities appeared on the 2019 Top 100 Places to Live list and numerous others have rated highly on livability.com lists. Wisconsin is home to Miller Brewing, Harley-Davidson, Kohl’s, Northwestern Mutual, and a wealth of other corporations which offer plenty of job opportunities in numerous fields.
One will never be bored in Southern Wisconsin as there is always something to do. In the summer locals and visitors attend Milwaukee’s Summerfest, the largest 10-day music festival in the world, or head to Brewer Park to enjoy a Milwaukee Brewers baseball game. Wisconsin is crazy about football in the fall, thanks to the popular Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers.
Wisconsin offers much more than just beer and brats. The state has access to an abundance of fresh food from produce and dairy to fish, cows, and pigs – which has led to many great, new restaurants and exciting cuisine options.
With 47 state parks, 13 state forests, 76 state wildlife areas, 84,000 river miles, and 15,000 lakes, Wisconsin is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. With so much access to water and bordering on two of the Great Lakes, Wisconsin is at the forefront of freshwater technology. In fact, Wisconsin has gone all-in on becoming the freshwater capital.