We found some great articles full of practice growth tips for busy dentists and wanted to pass them along. We know you’re busy, so this is the “best of the best” we’ve found lately. Thanks to Spear Education, Dental Economics and Dentistry IQ for sharing information included in this post!
Amalgam restorations, x-ray film, and paper appointment books are leftovers from the ’90s. And so are servers. Here are four reasons why you should trash your server today.
“Only do what insurance covers.” This is a phrase I have heard uttered in the operatory more times than I can count, along with “I am here for my free cleaning.” Well...there is bleeding upon probing and those 6mm pockets, not to mention the radiographic calculus present. How do we convert this “free cleaning” patient into the patient that will see the value in treatment that insurance may not cover?
You know that your dental practice needs to show up online in order to attract quality new patients. There are specific action steps your practice can take to get found online and start attracting more patients today. Here are three of the most important places to start.
With the future of the American health-care system up in the air, I began to think about the impact of proposed changes. Studies have shown that 40% of adults have no plans to visit the dentist in the next 12 months because of the cost…
When it’s done right, a 15-minute morning huddle meeting can be a very powerful team alignment tool. An effective morning meeting helps you focus on the now and provide important context for the team about the day ahead.