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 Dentaltown, Dentistry IQ and Spear Education for sharing information included in this post!
Building a dental office doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Don’t get me wrong—it will likely be one of the biggest investments you will ever make. However, where the money goes is up to you. So, how do you make sure your money is well spent?
Starting my practice from scratch three years ago has caused me to endure the hiring process on quite a few occasions as we’ve grown. I’ve got it down to a science at this point in order to avoid countless hours of wasted in-person interviews or phone conversations. I’ll share with you the system I’ve arrived at through trial and error.
Running dental Facebook ads means at some point you’ll have ads that are not approved for one reason or another. It’s not the end of the world, but sometimes it can be confusing for those of us who are genuinely trying to do the right thing.
Determining dental team member compensation can be somewhat daunting for dentists who did not receive much business training in dental school. But there are steps to make the task easier, and to get team members involved and productive.
The idea of the 7 Deadly Sins originated with early Christian theologians. Other religions and cultures were no strangers to the ideas of virtues and vices, of course—but the current lineup of “seven biggies” is generally credited to Pope Gregory I. As a dentist, how many of the seven would you be guilty of?