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Recently, while mentoring the Facially Generated Treatment Plan seminar, I had the chance to chat with one of the students. I raised a question that relates to the philosophy of practice. I want them to think not just about what they are learning but, more importantly, why and how they will use this new information and how they will present it to staff and patients.
In case you’ve missed it, there’s been a BATTLE WAGING IN THE OPED SECTION OF ADA NEWS over the past few months. Dr. Matthew Messina wrote a letter on August 21 titled, “They should know better,” in which he gave voice to growing concerns about a series of television ads produced by Aspen Dental.
The fact is, one bad review can cost you $100,000’s each year. But the flipside is also true. A fantastic, compelling online reputation can add $100,000’s to your bottom line.
Leadership in your dental practice is not to be taken lightly. Even though most dentists take the job very seriously, it’s still easy to fall into some bad habits without even realizing it. Here are four to try hard to avoid.
You’ve run the numbers, and you just can’t make them work. You’re sure that you can’t increase productivity any further without expanding your practice and increasing overhead. But you’re not sure that’s a step that you’re ready to take.