How DSOs can attract millennials

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As the generational hand off is happening in the dental industry, millennial dentists are changing the traditional work-life balance, practice management and technology within the industry, according to Dentistry IQ.

Here's what you need to know:

1. Millennial dentists are predisposed to service organizations, as the student debt burden makes it more difficult in starting a private practice.

2. Dental service organizations attract millennials by offering flexibility and a greater potential for revenue growth through practice expansion.

3. The article suggests millennial dentists want to be socially in touch with their patients and build their businesses around the social and community aspects of their lives.

4. Dental service organizations are designed to cut costs to dental practices, as the service organization takes over IT, administration and human resource services.

5. Millennials expect full and instant access both for their daily operations and patient relationships.

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