Monthly Archives: December, 2016

ADA’s Requests of Trump Administration

Recently, American Dental Association (ADA) leadership penned a letter to the incoming administration with some requests. President-elect Trump has spoken of regulatory reform and what he sees as a burdensome amount of regulation. From the ADA’s news release, here are a few of these requests: The ADA recommends that dentists who are not participating in…

Scripting and Your Staff

Does your office use scripted communication between staff and patients? In a recent DentistryIQ article, Roger Levin, DDS, gave some statistics on this practice. According to Dr. Levin, only 48% of dental practices use scripting. Of those that did use scripting, 93% found it helpful, but 52% report only using it occasionally. Based on Dr….

Your Successful Practice ABCs

Duke Aldridge, DDS, breaks down the musts of a successful practice in his new blog series, “The ABCs of a Successful Dental Practice,” on The Academy of General Dentistry’s website. In the first installment, he goes from A through I, beginning with Analytics. Here are a few of Dr. Aldridge’s ABCs for a successful practice:…

Holiday Charitable Giving and Your Office

Charitable giving has many benefits for the community and the soul. The holidays are the time when charitable campaigns are on people’s minds the most. Is this something you bring into your practice? Some practice owners aren’t comfortable with the idea. However, those that involve their practice in some sort of holiday giving campaign report…

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