Dentistry is different than most professions. Many conditions that wouldn’t stop other professionals from practicing could stop a dentist in their tracks and destroy their income and practice. I know two legally blind attorneys and a paralyzed psychiatrist. I have never heard of a blind or paralyzed practicing dentist.
As financial advisors to many medical professionals, Modera has found that, when it comes to their finances, dentists have very specific needs. Here we address the three typical financial stages of a dental career and explain how a relationship with a Modera adviser can help to secure your financial wellbeing.
By now, you are undoubtedly aware the ADA recommended dentists postpone “elective procedures” through April 6 to help “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. Since elective procedures are estimated to comprise >90% of modern dental practices, most offices are closing, with dentists coming in only for emergencies.