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Dental Practice Relocation Checklist
When setting up your dental practice you’ll find that demographic, geographic, administrative, and operational considerations will play very important roles. The physical location of your dental practice is a key factor when…
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Making Sure Your Staff Meetings Are Productive
The ability to run an effective staff meeting can have a very positive effect on the way your dental practice works day-to-day. Staff meetings or morning huddles should be productive and effective. Avoid letting your meetings…
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Protecting Your Dental Practice from Fraud
It can be difficult to consider that you and your dental practice are vulnerable to fraud. However, according to dental fraud expert David Harris, your dental practice has more than a 50% chance of falling victim to dental…
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Improving the Growth of Your Dental Practice
For your average dental practice to grow, it’s important to bring in 30-50 new patients every month. If your practice isn’t currently bringing in this many new patients, you may need a new way of attracting them to your day.…
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Conducting Patient Satisfaction Surveys
If used correctly, patient satisfaction surveys can help you keep your patients happy and your dental practice successful and profitable. However, if done incorrectly, dental surveys will simply be a waste of your time and…
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When Staff Behavior Becomes Unacceptable
Every place of work should have rules and guidelines about behavior, including your dental office. These guidelines are put into place to make sure that each person is performing their responsibilities and that the staff can…
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Simple Ways To Give Your Dental Office a Makeover
If you’re looking for a New Year’s resolution for your dental office, you might want to consider giving the place a little makeover! The waiting room in your dental practice provides your new patients with a first impression…
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The Importance Of Your Dental Practice Waiting Room
Whether you’re a new dental practice owner looking for tips or an established dentist whose waiting room could use some remodeling, you should know how important your waiting room is. Not only is it a place for your patients…
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Purchasing an Existing Dental Practice
If you’re a new dentist looking to start out on your own, or an experienced dentist who just wants a little extra independence before retirement, there are many benefits to purchasing an existing dental practice rather than…
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Dealing With Dental Career Burnout
If you dread going to the office in the morning, no longer enjoy seeing patients, or simply want to walk away from dentistry altogether, you may be experiencing burnout. We all have different ways of handling stress and…
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Delivering Bad News To Your Dental Patients
We know that delivering bad news to your dental patients can be almost as difficult as receiving the bad news. You probably encounter bad news situations weekly or even daily in your dental practice, and we know it doesn’t…
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Non-Medicaid Dental Providers Can Now Collect Co-Pays
In exciting news for non-Medicaid dental providers, you may now collect copays for patients with dual coverage. In the past, state law has contained two conflicting sections when it came to whether the copay of a deductible…
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CDA Puts a Stop To Setting Fees For Dental Services That Aren’t Covered
Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper recently signed SB 190 into law. SB 190 is a bill that will require dental insurance plans to stop setting fees for dental services that they do not cover.
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3 Common Dental Website Mistakes
Creating a successful business website can be a challenge even to experienced web designers. However, because your website is such an important marketing tool, it’s important not to underestimate this step. Luckily we have a…
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How To Motivate Patients To Care For Their Teeth
Some dentists can have a hard time motivating their patients to care for their oral health. This is especially true if your patients aren’t properly educated about their teeth and the dangers of neglecting them. If you’re…

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4-2018-CTCA-1.jpg
Dental Practice Relocation Checklist
When setting up your dental practice you’ll find that demographic, geographic, administrative, and operational considerations…
3-2018-CTCA-2.jpg
Making Sure Your Staff Meetings Are Productive
The ability to run an effective staff meeting can have a very positive effect on the way your dental practice works…
3-2018-CTCA-1.jpg
Protecting Your Dental Practice from Fraud
It can be difficult to consider that you and your dental practice are vulnerable to fraud. However, according to dental fraud…
2-2018-CTCA-2.jpg
Improving the Growth of Your Dental Practice
For your average dental practice to grow, it’s important to bring in 30-50 new patients every month. If your practice isn’t…