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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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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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The Importance of Having a Blog for Your Dental Practice
Having a dental blog page on your website is a very important part of drawing new patients to your site. You may not think…
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Outsourcing Your Dental Payroll
As all dentists know, payroll is crucial to the smooth running of a dental practice. If your payroll is ineffective, your…
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How Hiring a Dental Consultant Can Improve Your Practice
If you’ve been considering hiring a dental consultant to help you move your practice to the next level, you may wonder how…
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Preparing Your Dental Practice and Staff for Your Leave of Absence
There may be a time during your career as a dentist that it becomes necessary for you to take a leave of absence. This can…