SVA's Dental Salary and Benefits Survey Results Just Released
It has been an unprecedented and unexpected time for all businesses and dental practices are no exception. Practices of all types and specialties have experienced rapid change to acclimate to continued health concerns and patient safety.
General Dental Practice Trends
A recent article published in the Journal of Dental Hygiene states that an estimated 8% of all dental hygienists have either temporarily or permanently left the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The challenging labor market is leading to full schedules booking out 4-6 months, increasing the need for more staff.
Continued downward pressure on collection percentages indicates a need to reconsider any bonuses paid on gross production.
Investing in your practice with expansion or new equipment can enhance the culture in your practice, which helps attract and retain staff.
Benchmark To Your Peers
SVA’s Dental Salary and Benefits Survey will help you benchmark your practice to ensure you are best suited to attract and retain qualified staff, both now and into the future. Data includes:
Salary ranges for key positions by years of experience and region
Learn more about SVA's Dental Salary and Benefits Survey:
Andy is a Principal with SVA Certified Public Accountants and focuses on the dental, veterinary and healthcare industries. He works with practices to manage their financial matters and set short and long-term goals.