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  • Supporting Our Team Members in Every Way Possible

    At Mortenson Dental Partners, we are here to support our team members through whatever obstacles might come their way. The road to becoming a doctor isn’t always an easy one, as one of our very own recently found out. As an orthodontist originally trained out of the country, Dr. Naurine Shah worked as a dental […]

  • Become an Owner with Mortenson Dental Partners

    October is Employee Ownership Month! Did you know that Mortenson Dental Partners (MDP) is an employee-owned company? We are completely owned by our dentists and team members, with absolutely no private equity. When you join our organization, you automatically become an owner through our employee stock ownership plan, or ESOP.  What is an ESOP? An […]

  • Which dental industry job is right for me?

    As we’ve touched on in a previous blog, a career in dentistry can provide you with benefits like financial stability, growth opportunities, and personal fulfillment. Whether it’s the clinical or the business side, each position makes a beneficial impact on the patient’s overall experience at the dentist. Knowing which position is right for you can […]

  • Thinking about a hygiene degree? Get the right support with MDP.

    Through the Hygiene Student Support Program (HSSP), MDP team members enrolled in an accredited dental hygiene program can apply to receive financial assistance toward tuition and education-related fees.

  • Supporting Mental Health in the Workplace

    Mental Health Month, recognized every May, is an opportunity to raise awareness about mental health and debunk the stigma often associated with mental illness. Those in the dental industry are not immune to mental health struggles. In fact, according to the 2021 Dentist Well-Being Survey Report published by the American Dental Association (ADA), the number […]

  • Reach Your Financial Wellness Goals as a Dentist with Mortenson Dental Partners

    April is Financial Literacy Month, which was created to raise awareness about the importance of financial wellness and understanding money management. Certainly, with the American Dental Education Association estimating that the average debt of a graduating dental student is $304,824, financial wellness is likely on the minds of many dentists, both newly graduated as well […]