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Practice Profile: Learn and Grow in this Mountain Associateship

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 9/23/22 7:30 AM
Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor
Join this busy, fee-for-service practice to learn a wide range of dentistry! The practice encompasses prevention, surgery, and restorative, from simple fillings through complex full-mouth rehabilitation. Current technology includes PrimeScan, CBCT, Laser, Digital Imaging, EagleSoft, Reciprocating Endo, Digital Dentures, and Aligners.
You’ll love working with a dedicated team and top-of-the-line equipment while learning from an expert in implantology. While the ideal candidate will have completed a one- to two-year GPR, AEGD, or other postgraduate program, ambitious new graduates are welcome if they are willing to work hard to learn advanced dental procedures and patient care. You’ll have the opportunity to build a patient base, and income!
As the owner says, “Patients are my extended family, each one with their own personal wants and needs. If our office and skills can better our patients' lives, then I am happy and grateful for that opportunity. Quality is expected and nothing less is acceptable, for this is our art, reputation, and profession.” 
This two-story practice is busy, with plenty of room for two doctors to work comfortably. Downstairs, everything is patient-focused: four operatories offer high-end technology, comfort, and top-of-the-line equipment, all accessible to a centralized sterilization center. The office design allows the patient and doctor a genuine caring and full-service experience. Meanwhile, the second floor is staff focused, with a lounge, conference room, kitchenette, large table, conference TV, and computer station. The team enjoys complimentary food and drinks during holidays, special events, and meetings.
Nestled in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, this community is surrounded by 12 months of seasonal beauty and outdoor activities. Look no further for hiking, biking, skiing, ziplining, kayaking, photography, white water rafting, stargazing, camping, swimming, snowmobiling, ATVs, and other adventures! (You can also just enjoy breathing in the fresh air or watching wildlife!) Après activities include several local restaurants and breweries that provide the best food and drink around. The sights are amazing.
Between adventures, you’ll be living in a town named one of the best small towns in the USA. Main Street is home to numerous boutique shops, and restaurants, including the longest candy counter in the country.  
Right in town, choose from numerous mountain bike trails or check out the Ammonusic River. And immediately across the street from the practice, you can spend your lunch hour on a small ski hill (for hiking or skiing!). Enjoy your lunch along the Riverwalk — or even take a dip during the summer months.  
Spring brings out the warm weather, flowers, and wildlife. The maple sugar flows while the mountains are still snowcapped. Summer and Fall are full of outdoor activities and events, fairs, crafts shows, farmers markets, and foliage beyond description. Winter offers some of the best snow skiing in New England.  Within 30 minutes, you can be at Canon Mountain, Loon Mountain, Brenton Woods, or Burke Ski Mountain — all world-class skiing destinations. Other winter activities include snowmobiling, ice fishing, snowshoeing, hiking, and sitting by the fire watching the snow fall while having a glass of wine.
Hunting, farming, fly fishing, rally race car driving, archery, shooting, gliders, extreme skiing, mountain biking — those are all nearby, too!  
Shopping is easy, with numerous outlet stores and boutiques shops in town and the surrounding area. Main Street has preserved its traditional New England small-town charm, while box stores are easily accessible nearby. Numerous large employers fuel the economy, including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, and more. Plus, some of the best public and private schools in New Hampshire are right in town.
This community is a great place to live a balanced, active life while raising a family. Get involved with your pick of community, sports, and music-oriented activities, 
And when you’re craving city life, Boston is only 2-3 hours away.  
If you’re eager to work with a doctor who’s enthusiastic to share staff, equipment, and knowledge, check out this New Hampshire associateship! Fill out the form below to learn more. 

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