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How Do Dentists Compare?

When it comes to questions about the health of your mouth, how do dentists compare to other health-care professionals? Many view dentists as teeth experts, but are they more than that? In an article from Dental Economics, author Louis Malcmacher writes, “From my experience training more than 15,000 health-care professionals over the last 10 years…

Consider a Hybrid Scheduling System For Broken Appointments

Last-minute cancellations and no-shows disrupt the flow of your daily activities. If your dental practice is experience a plethora of these on a daily basis, it may be time to make changes to the way your patients make appointments. In an article from Dentistry iQ, author Sally McKenzie writes, “I want to help you reduce…

Questions to Ask Before Signing a Dental Business Loan

When it comes to taking out a loan for your dental practice, being prepared is a top priority. Finding the right lender may take time, but dentist should remember that this partnership will ultimately help them reach their goals. In an article from Dentistry IQ, author Keith Gruebele writes, “While operating in the ever-growing healthcare…

The Importance of Key Indicators in Your Dental Practice

Evaluating the performance of your dental practice is not possible without certain indicators. Many dental practices are either looking at the wrong indicators or missing them entirely. In an article from Dentistry iQ, author Tarek Aly writes, “many dentists run their practices without observing their gauges. The check engine light has been on for a…

How Dentists Can Drop PPOs And Become More Self-Reliant

Is your dental practice looking to drop PPOs? While most dental practice heavily rely on insurance and PPOs, there are some steps your practice can take towards dropping PPOs and becoming self-reliant. In an article from Dentistry iQ, author Jordan Comstock writes, “As dentists, team members, consultants, and vendors in the dental industry, we see…

Pre-Appoint Your Patients to Improve Your Retention Rate

Attracting new patients is an important part of your dental practice. However, retaining your current patients may prove to be more valuable in the long run. In an article from Dentistry Today, author Brian Quinn writes, “When working to ensure that your practice’s schedule is at capacity, it’s natural to focus on attracting new patients….

You’re Invited! The Nuts & Bolts of Building a Successful Dental Practice

The Coalition of Dental Advisors is hosting its Annual Dental Symposium on The Nuts & Bolts of Building a Successful Dental Practice on Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 6:30 -8:30 pm. The event will be held at the offices of Goldin Peiser & Peiser, 16800 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 240 (north building), Dallas 75248. The…

Dental Industry Marketing Has Become Much More than About Teeth

Your dental practice does much more than simply clean teeth. Why should your marketing message be the same as every other practice in your area? As competition for clients increases, it is important for you to differentiate your practice from the others. In an article from the Huffington Post, author Jill Ferguson writes, “Since marketing…

Lackluster Patient Growth? Check Your Dental Message

Digital marketing can be a fantastic way for dental practices to engage prospective customers. However, sometimes the amount of visitors on your website will rise, but ultimately will not translate into new patients. Why is this? In an article from Dentistry Today, author Colin Receveur writes, “Your initial dental marketing was good enough to get…

Millennials Want More From Their Dental Care

Millennials are changing the strategies of many businesses throughout the world. Included in this realm of business is the dental industry, which millennials want more from in terms of care and service. In an article from Dentistry Today, author Christopher Stevens writes, “Patient expectations around dental care are being influenced by external factors—the fast-paced, easy,…

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