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Are you considering taking your dental career down a new path?
Take some time to understand what your professional and personal goals are - and how your unique preferences will drive your decisions. Learn some of the key things to consider as you think about your next career transition. Are you thinking about ownership? Would you prefer to spend more time with family? What do you do when the unexpected happens? Join us for an interactive conversation and learn more about the ins and outs of dental career transitions and other practice settings.

Moderated by Dr. Suzanne Ebert, ADA VP Dental Practice & Relationship Management, the one-hour session will also feature two expert panelists.

The ADA designates this activity as 1 CE credit.

Sep 22, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Suzanne Ebert, DMD
Dr. Suzanne Ebert graduated from University of Louisville College of Dentistry in 1998. Following a 1 year GPR, she entered private practice as an associate in St. Augustine, Florida. Upon the sale of her practice, she elected to continue her career by providing dental care to indigent populations by becoming the Dental Director at a local Federally Qualified Health Center. Under her tenure, the clinics expanded and ran efficiently and profitably while addressing real needs in the community including eldercare, special needs care and ER diversion. Dr. Ebert also became heavily involved in Florida Dental Association leadership, rising through the chairs of her local component and ultimately into the position of Trustee. Dr. Ebert considers herself a clinical dentist first and is unwavering in her desire to protect private practice dentistry. Dr. Ebert is currently the Vice President, Dental Practice and Relationship Management for ADA Business Innovations Group.
Sara Makary, DMD
Born and raised in the city of Cairo, Egypt, Dr. Makary moved to the USA at the age of 16. She was fortunate to have shadowed her uncle at an early age in Egypt as he performed procedures on relatives and traveled with him to non-profit clinics where he volunteered. As a result, she decided to pursue a career in dentistry. She graduated from the University of Florida College Of Dentistry in 2014. She gained clinical experience working in corporate and private offices for 2 years prior to transitioning to a position with Sulzbacher, a Federally Qualified Health Center with a focus on providing care for the low income and homeless population of Jacksonville, Florida. She completed training for IV moderate sedation as part of a public health initiative to increase access to care. She accepted a position as Director of Dental Services in 2018 with Sulzbacher and have been serving in that role since.