Intangible Benefits – Camaradarie

CamaraderieWe value the daily interactions, camaraderie and professional growth that group practice offers.

PDA Dentists benefit from:

  • The ability to learn from each other and discuss cases, techniques and ideas.
  • The sense of camaraderie and community that comes from practicing in a group.
  • The comfort of knowing your patients will be cared for by trusted colleagues whenever you’re away from work.
  • PDA Dentists automatically have something in common: they are all interested in belonging to a self-governed, self-managed, multi-specialty group practice.


“When you’re in a group, you can consult with each other, refer patients to each other, bounce ideas off each other, learn from each other.”

“Being able to challenge yourself to learn new things is one of the best things about group practice.”