Practice Growth Tips For The Busy Dentist #44

Thanks to DentistryIQSpear Education, and DentalEconomics for sharing information included in these articles and blog posts.

Information Consternation: When Patients “Do Their Research”

We live in a world in which information is readily available and relatively easy to access. With that, our patients are doing far more “research” than ever before. This can be a positive thing—in that we want our patients to be interested, informed and current when it comes to their dental health. On the other hand, it can present challenges.

The Dental Drilldown: Patient Financing Programs 101

Increasing case acceptance is one of the keys to running a productive and profitable practice. One way you can greatly improve case acceptance is by offering affordable financing options to put proper care and treatment within reach of every patient. You create the ultimate win-win situation. The patient receives the necessary care at a cost that suits his or her budget, and you retain a satisfied customer who will be happy to refer others to you.

Practice Management Lessons We Can Learn From the Wizard of Oz

Some of my best education in dentistry and in life has come from sources that were an unexpected surprise to me. I realize I can learn from everyone and that my  job is to take the good from what I see and hear and find a way to make it mine.

30 Books Every Dental Professional Should Read

As a dental professional, you stand to gain a lot in business – and in life – by following the examples of the ‘success stories’ who came before you. So many of these can be found in the list of books for dentists we've outlined below, all of which have been written by experts. To put it another way, if you want to write a success story all your own, here are thirty books for dentists titles to start reading right now.

Offering The Personal Touch In Your Dental Office

Digital advances have made dental treatments safer and faster while at the same time guaranteeing results. Of course, there is little room for a one-size-fits-all approach in a profession that is expected to assess and meet individual needs based on specific diagnoses. On the other hand, there is a lot to be said for evidence-based predictability.

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