Gary Takacs sits down to talk to dentists about the three most important metrics in the dental practice … and how they can reach the right numbers in each of them.
A dental practice employee embezzles greedily from her employers. Why did she do it, and how can dentists ensure it doesn't happen to them?
As a rule of thumb, a general dental practice should spend 59% of its revenue on overhead, says Dr. Roger Levin.
Why on Earth do we love to give scripts to our team members and then freak out when they freeze on the phone? How skipping the script can help your team members thrive and adapt in a real conversation.
Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) has been a concept that dental practices have struggled at times to understand and implement.
Once the exam is complete, work your findings into an individualized treatment plan that includes everything from immediate needs, to eventual needs, to elective procedures patients may want to consider.
After more than 50 years in the dental industry and 34 years as a practice and team development speaker and consultant, Linda Miles is renowned throughout the world of dentistry for her insight, thoughts, and advice.
Lisa Newburger shares two things with her dental readers after looking through the comments that people left on Facebook after reading her story on why patients leave the dental practice.
If your dental practice's décor has seen better days, it’s time to initiate a practice makeover. It will give you a competitive edge in today’s challenging dental market.
So why are Facebook fans so important? Well, there are several reasons. The first, and perhaps one of the most important, is that once you grow a large community of loyal fans, you increase your chances that your Facebook page will be...