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Firing a Member of Your Dental Office Staff
It’s likely that you’ll need to let an employee go at some point during your career as a dentist. Before firing an employee, it’s important that you go through the proper motions, which can include offering additional…
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Making Your Dental Practice Morning Huddles More Effective
Holding regular morning huddles is important to improving the day-to-day operations of your dental office as well as help you to meet long-term goals. Many dentists don’t fully appreciate the value of holding regular morning…
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How to Better Relate to Your Dental Patients
Successfully communicating with and relating to your dental patients is a very important part of providing dental care. Visiting the dentist can be stressful for many people, so it’s vital that you have a good chairside…
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How to Retain Your Dental Office Staff
Although you may have thought that it would be easy to hire an incredible staff right off the bat and keep them around until retirement, this dream is probably too good to be true! However, there are a few ways for you to…
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Holiday Marketing for Your Dental Office
Holidays around your dental office might be a little slow. However, there are quite a few things you can do to help increase revenue during slow times and holidays. Using the holidays to market your dental practice can be…
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How to Encourage Your Dental Patients to Keep Appointments
If you have more than 1% of your appointments canceled at the last minute or resulting in a no-show, your dental practice is losing money and time. If you find that this is a frequent occurrence at your office, you need to…
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How to Use Your Dental Blog to Market Your Practice
When you think of social media, your mind may go automatically to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, but adding a blog page to your dental website can be a great form of social media. Your dental blog can provide a way for you…
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What to Consider Before Selling Your Dental Practice
If you currently own your own dental practice, you are among approximately 30 million other business owners across America. In fact, small businesses account for over 99% of employer firms in the nation, half of the workforce…
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Time Management Techniques to Implement in Your Dental Office
Time management can be tough to learn and manage, especially as a busy dentist trying to run a successful practice. Even if you start your day off with a list of things you need to, it’s easy to watch that list fall apart as…
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Improving Treatment Presentation
How well is treatment being presented to patients in your office? It’s very important that dentists are aware of how treatment is being presented and if your patients are scheduling the procedures that you recommend. The main…
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7 Ways to Impress Patients Before Treatment Even Begins
First impressions mean everything for a business and your dental practice is no exception. There are around 7 ways to impress a patient before treatment even begins. These things can provide an opportunity to gain your…
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Responding to Negative Dental Practice Reviews
Up to 85% of prospective dental patients will check online reviews of dental practices before they schedule an appointment. Because of this, your online reviews will have a huge impact on the number of new patients coming in…
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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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10-2018-CTCA-1.jpg
Firing a Member of Your Dental Office Staff
It’s likely that you’ll need to let an employee go at some point during your career as a dentist. Before firing an employee,…
9-2018-CTCA-2.jpg
Making Your Dental Practice Morning Huddles More Effective
Holding regular morning huddles is important to improving the day-to-day operations of your dental office as well as help you…
9-2018-CTCA-1.jpg
How to Better Relate to Your Dental Patients
Successfully communicating with and relating to your dental patients is a very important part of providing dental care.…
8-2018-CTCA-2.jpg
How to Retain Your Dental Office Staff
Although you may have thought that it would be easy to hire an incredible staff right off the bat and keep them around until…