We found some great online articles showcasing practice growth tips for dentists and wanted to pass them along. We know you’re busy, so this is the “best of the best”.
292 of you shared personal experiences, triumphs and woes, outlooks for the future, and musings about what it means to work in dentistry. Representing a broad range of occupations, ages (from 20 to 70-plus), and geographic areas (all of the aforementioned countries and then some), the perspectives you shared are as diverse as you are. Here’s a look at what you told us.
A dental price shopper can be one of the trickiest phone calls for many front office staff members to handle with confidence. Your staff needs to get a dental price shopper to come in for an appointment, but doing that without offering them the specific pricing information they want can be a challenge.
I am focused on doing what’s best for my patients, but I can’t help them if they don’t understand their problems or realize that I am seeking the best solution. They have to want treatment. It is so satisfying when they see and finally understand what they need for appropriate dental care.
This comment, or something like it, is something that every dentist has heard once they leave dental school: Wouldn’t it be nice if money was taken out of the equation and we really could focus on what we were taught to do, what most of us love to do: help patients achieve a good level of health, function and cosmetics?
Even though a dentist’s job is considered “safe,” this doesn’t mean you should dismiss AI and automation as irrelevant to your profession and your future.
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