Monthly Archives: December, 2014

Make Your Scheduling into a Well-Oiled Machine

Scheduling is the heartbeat of the dental practice.  A well-scheduled day can lead to productivity, profitability and less stress – not only for the staff, but for patients as well.  The opposite is true and stress can negatively affect an entire office. The system of scheduling has many subsystems and many factors impact it.  Two…

Attention Dental Assistants! Avoid these 8 Common Mistakes

Whether it’s for a regular, twice yearly visit, tooth removal or braces, the dentist or dental assistants might make mistakes.  These can be avoided if the team members are properly educated on common mistakes.  It can also help spare the practice from the possibility of a malpractice suit.  Common mistakes Every dental practice wants to…

Communication to Aid in Healing

Studies have found that effective physician-patient communication has specific benefits.  Patients are more likely to follow treatment and other recommendations, they experience enhanced outcomes and greater satisfaction with their treatment.  They are much less likely to initiate malpractice suits as well.  The most important objective of any physician-patient communication is improving the patient’s health and…

Online Dentist Reviews are Soaring

While the number of people going online for their information continues to increase, a consistent and growing source of guidance for patients is online reviews. Dentists receive a lot of information regarding their online presence.  It’s essential that they take it all into consideration and decide how new research and statistics apply to them, then…

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